The Golden Mahseer is an Indian freshwater fish inhabiting the fast moving waters of the Himalayan foothills. Due to pollution, habitat loss and over-fishing it is now considered endangered. This puzzle has been designed and adapted by Melanie Ann Juliette from an original painting by Indian Gond folk artist Suresh Dhurve. Art is a tool for communication identity and meaning.
This puzzle will help to improve spatial ability curiosity with colour & shape, problem-solving capabilities, hand and eye co-ordination and object, rhythm and pattern recognition.
Delivery for orders under £40are charged at £5.25. FREE Delivery on orders over £40. Delivery to UK Mainland only.
For all other locations, please contact us directly for a shipment quote. +447508102625.
If you are not delighted with your purchase, you can return a product within 30 days and we will happily refund the purchase price. Ship your unused product (if possible in its original packaging), to the address below.
Please note that you are responsible for shipping the products back to us; we recommend using a trackable shipping method.
Fox Puzzles of London Ltd
37 Birchwood Road Pettswood
Due to the puzzles are made of wood weights are approx +/- 0.2gms.
For environmental reasons we do not use any marketing or advertisement cartons or packaging.
All puzzles are protected by a clear shrink wrap packing film, then sent out to the customer in a jiffy bag or their own packaging.
Colour tone may vary due to natural wood and colour dyes.
ISO8124 and EN71 toy safety standards
Most of all puzzles produced in the world are screen printed the either laser cut or machine punched.
Our puzzles; each individual mosaic piece is laser cut, quality inspected, hand sprayed, quality inspected again, assembled and then a final quality inspection is carried out. All process is carried out by craft people and artisans.
All puzzles comply with ISO8124 and EN71 toy safety standards – these must be displayed on the site.Handling and Storage of Puzzles
Puzzles must be stored in dry conditions at all times.
Puzzles must not be stored in wet or damp conditions.
Puzzles will warp when they are exposed to the following conditions:
Puzzle colours will fade when exposed to long duration of direct sunlight.