TOP TEN: The Best Pomegranate Puzzles

It’s been awhile since we’ve talked about Pomegranate.  They’re one of the classiest, highest quality American puzzle brands out there. They feature gorgeous boxes, thick pieces with a nice matte finish, and outstanding fine art images. I’ve been in a Pomegranate mood lately. I’ve working on one for review, but I thought it was time to take a look at their current puzzle line available on Puzzle Warehouse.

You can see all Pomegranate puzzles here.

The photo below shows the Pomegranate quality (click on it for a closer view). You can check out my full brand comparison page here.

13. “Do Not Disturb” by Rebecca Campbell (1000 pieces)

I have to include this puzzle because I’m such a bibliophile! (Click on the image below to view the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse.)

12. “Return to the Welcome Hills” by David Newton (300 pieces)

Pomegranate has quite a few 500 and 300 piece puzzles for those who prefer smaller piece counts. This is my favorite 300-piecer. Such vibrant colors (Click on the image below to view the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse.)

11. “Flower Cycle” and “Geometric Herb Garden” by Rosalind Wise (1000 pieces each)

“Flower Cycle” is a wonderful Spring puzzle, bursting with flowers. (Click on the images below to see the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse.)

Wow, I adore all the textures in this puzzle. Despite all the green, each little area has a different pattern. Looks like a wonderful challenge!

10. “Attraction” by Pat Scott (500 pieces)

If you’re looking for a flower puzzle with a lower piece count, this one from Pat Scott looks fantastic. (Click on the image below to view the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse.)

9. “Night Flight” by John Dilnot (1000 pieces)

This new butterfly puzzle looks hard but totally worth it. The colors are amazing. (Click on the image below to view the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse.)

8. “Edward Gorey’s Book Covers” by Edward Gorey (1000 pieces each)

I love the Edward Gorey puzzles and this one is the best yet because it combines many different Gorey images into a collage.  (Click on the image below to view the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse.)

 

7. “Bubble Street” and “Fish Story” by Daniel Merriam (1000 pieces each)

The Daniel Merriam puzzles remind me of the ever-popular Colin Thompson puzzles, but with pastel shades and more elegance. These are both gorgeous puzzles. (Click on the image below to view the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse.)

6. “Ultimate Tantra” by Paul Heussenstamm (1000 pieces)

I love the blues and the intricate borders on this soothing puzzle. (Click on the image below to view the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse.)

5. Charlie Harper puzzles (various sizes)

I’ve reviewed a few Charlie Harper Pomegranate puzzles (see my reviews here). They’re all excellent. As a fan of national parks and wildlife, his puzzles are very soothing to me. Below are a few but you can click here to see all his puzzles in stock. (Click on the image below to view the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse.)

4. Mike Wilks puzzles (various sizes)

Mike Wilks puzzles are filled with awesome detail. The Ultimate Alphabet series also provides an additional puzzle when you’re done–seeing if you can identify all the letter objects in the puzzle (see my review here).  Below are a few but you can click here to see all his puzzles in stock. (Click on the image below to view the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse.)

3. “Venice” and “Annunciation” by Olga Suvorova (1000 pieces each)

I love fantasy puzzles, and the Olga Suvorova puzzles are an interesting blend of fantasy and fine art. Gorgeous colors and patterns make them excellent puzzle material. (Click on the image below to view the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse.)

 

 

2. “Xochipilli’s Ecstatic Universe” by Tino Rodriguez (1000 pieces)

This is another lovely fantasy puzzle. Definitely not your average image! This would be so fun to assemble with the bright colors and makes a good conversation piece. (Click on the image below to view the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse.)

 

1. “Queenie” by Ching Ho Cheng (1000 pieces)

Another outstanding fantasy/fine art puzzle with such unusual colors and patterns. What a showpiece! Definitely worthy of this list’s top slot. (Click on the image below to view the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse.)

I hope you enjoyed taking a look at my picks. Feel free to share your favorites in the comments section. You can see all Pomegranate puzzles here.

JJ

3 responses to TOP TEN: The Best Pomegranate Puzzles

  1. Marcia Durgin says:

    Thank you for reminding us about the beautiful art images of Pomegranate!

  2. Susan C Lance says:

    Just bought the Edward Gorey puzzle! Can’t wait to start working on it.

  3. Barbara McMillan says:

    Pomegranate are the best and you can complete them over, and over, and over, and they will stand up amazingly.

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