Happy Days at Work The Waitress by Trevor Mitchell 500 Piece Puzzle by Ravensburger

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Afternoon tea is one of life’s great pleasures, and these patrons seem very happy.  The care and attention given by waiting staff is a big part of the experience, ensuring customers receive everything they need and feel well looked after.  And who could fail to be impressed with the delicious selection of sandwiches, cakes and scones offered by these waitresses?  The pretty vintage china, enticing food, opulent surroundings and wonderful service cannot fail to delight!  We hope this puzzle also pleases you, perhaps reminding you of days gone by – or even inspiring future afternoon tea plans! 

Illustrated by Yorkshire based artist Trevor Mitchell. Trevor works primarily in oils, and is well known for his authentic and nostalgic scenes. Trevor carries out lots of research prior to creating a new painting, referring to old books; newspapers and photographs to ensure his images are as authentic as possible. Trevor's work can be found on fine art prints, greetings cards and jigsaw puzzles. He lives in Shipley, West Yorkshire.

High quality 500 piece cardboard jigsaw puzzle. The finished puzzle measures 49 x 36 cm when complete. Suitable for ages 10 years and up. Made from strong premium grade cardboard, with linen finish print to minimise glare on puzzle image.

Ravensburger have over 50 years’ worth of experience in the manufacture of puzzles. Not only do they make the best selection of puzzles, they also pride themselves on having the highest quality. Individual pieces are stamped with such precision that a quiet "click" can be heard when one piece is inserted in the other - this phenomenon is so unique that we have given it its own name ‘soft click technology.’ Ravensburger puzzles are made using unique punching templates and punching tools, which are hand-crafted with watchmaker precision to ensure the greatest possible accuracy and variety of the puzzle pieces.

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