Material: coated paper / synthetic printing film / gray board
Specifications: 200 × 270cm [can be customized any size]
Pattern: design artwork by customer
Packing: according to customer requirements
Price: priced according to factors such as material, specification, quantity, packaging, etc.
Ordering method: make as the custom's artwork
Order quantity: 1000
Puzzles could help the children to start their brains, exercise their thinking skills, improve their ability to work and solve problems.
Jigsaw puzzles have been invented about 235 years. As early as 1760, France and Britain almost simultaneously had this popular and beneficial form of entertainment. Stick a picture on the cardboard and cut it into irregular small pieces. Initially these images were educational, either with essays suitable for young people to read or historical or geographic knowledge to the emerging bourgeoisie.
In 1762, during the reign of Louis XV in France, a salesman named Dima began to sell map puzzles and achieved little success. This kind of map puzzle requires rearrangement of the pieces, which is very elegant.
Entertainment activities. In the same year, in London, a printer named John Spearsbury also thought of a similar idea and invented a long-lasting jigsaw puzzle. He cleverly glued a map of England to a very thin back of the dining table, and then cut the map into small pieces along the edge of each county. This idea can bring huge wealth, but poor Spearsbury did not get the money, he died at the age of 29, he could not see the huge success of the puzzle toy. The real significance of his success is that he has opened two important markets for his invention:
emerging middle-class consumers who are hungry for knowledge and status. and the harsh and rigorous British school of his time.