American Eagle

American Eage by Sharon Turner – Sure-Lox – 300 pieces

This is such beautiful artwork, I love the feeling of different colors and textures that form such a striking image. It was very quick to go together, and made for an excellent puzzling experience.

Sure-Lox puzzles used to be on my “never buy” list, but their quality has improved quite a bit. Their update with better quality and new packaging puts them nearer the middle of the road as far as quality brands for me. The pieces are thick and the fit is very good. The finish is quite shiny but otherwise the image reproduction is good as well. Only having one piece shape is a bummer, but in a 300 piece puzzle it isn’t quite as annoying to me – especially when the image is so interesting.

This is the first puzzle image from Sharon Turner that I’ve done, and I have to tell you that it was absolutely fabulous to assemble. The colors, textures, and overall artwork are just beautiful and it made for a really entertaining puzzle. I hope there are more of her images on puzzles for me to find.

Loved this one! 💖

7 thoughts on “American Eagle

  1. Deb

    Oh my goodness, that is gorgeous! I bet with all the different textures and colors it probably wouldn’t be too difficult. I’ve never heard of that brand. That is definitely a feast for the eyes!

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  2. I’ve only ever tried Sure-Lox once, and I didn’t even finish it, it was awful. Have you done any 500-piece Sure-Loxes recently? I’ve seen some for sale in Finland, and I’m wondering if I should risk it 🙂

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    1. Sure-Lox used to be terrible, and like I said they were on the naughty list of puzzles never to buy. But they upgraded and improved their quality in the last couple of years, and they’re more on the lower-middle range for me. Other than a shiny finish and only one piece shape they’re relatively good quality now (if they’re the newer ones).

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