Harry Potter – Diagon Alley 100 Piece Mini Jigsaw Puzzle
Harry Potter has just found out that he is a wizard! Now it’s up to Hagrid to show him around Diagon Alley and teach him about the wizarding world. And what a better way to do so than to gift Harry with a snowy white owl named Hedwig. Piece together this 100 piece mini puzzle to commemorate this memorable scene from J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series. Illustration by original Harry Potter book cover artist Mary GrandPré. Made in the USA from recycled chipboard.
The images from New York Puzzle Company’s line of Harry Potter Jigsaw Puzzles date back to 1997, the year when artist Mary Grandpre was chosen to illustrate the original US hardcover edition of J K Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. Since then, Mary Grandpre has gone on to illustrate covers for six more Harry Potter Books and design a whole range of artwork depicting scenes from within the Harry Potter books. Collect the entire range of puzzles and piece together the story of Harry Potter one image at a time.
About New York Puzzle Company:
Founded in 2007 by two college pals, New York Puzzle Company started with a simple idea of making a puzzle of the iconic NYC subway map. Now it has grown to an expansive line of puzzles featuring fifteen licenses, including the witty New Yorker, vintage Babar and classic Peter Rabbit, just to name a few.
Most of the magic happens in their main office in Brooklyn, New York, but as NYPC grew, they decided to spread the cheer to new markets across the globe. As a result, they now have a European satellite office located in sunny Saint Jean de Luz, France as the home base for our European distribution.
They take care in choosing each image so that every puzzle is evocative with always the right level of challenge. NYPC puzzles’ vintage aesthetics and iconic imagery inspire a feeling that is at once nostalgic and fun. Not just challenging but also beautiful, each completed puzzle is gallery worthy; many customers love to frame the finished puzzle and hang them on the wall as works of art.