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‘Bank Holiday Weekend’ is the title of these delightful 2 x 1000 piece Falcon de luxe jigsaw puzzles which represents a typical English Bank Holiday weekend. The first image depicts a market day with stalls all lined up offering fresh local produce to the visitors, while a juggler entertains the crowds down the bustling high-street. The second image illustrates what could be the other end of the town’s high-street with the sun shining down on the busy shoppers, dog walkers and cyclists with an ice-cream van parked up awaiting the customers needing a cool down on this beautifully sunny Bank Holiday Weekend. The very talented artist Emma Joustra, who is one of Falcon’s most talented artists, has painted this beautiful scenic jigsaw puzzle image. The finished size of each 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle measures 68 x 49cm (approximately) and has been produced using a high quality cardboard to ensure every jigsaw piece maintains its original shape and creates a poster-like finish to be enjoyed. Today's Falcon de luxe puzzles are designed and crafted with the same passion for excellence that we have always had. They celebrate Falcon's distinctive brand values of heritage and innovation. We choose only the most suitable illustrations for our jigsaws. We die-cut each jigsaw piece carefully, so when the jigsaw is completed, it looks more like a poster than a puzzle. Making jigsaws has always been, and will always remain, our passion.

"Bank Holiday Weekend" an Emma Joustra Jigsaw

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Emma Joustra Mugs at Dunoon

Dunoon....Has a little masterpiece set in Stone.

Featuring the colourful life of Stone by Emma Joustra on Dunoon's fabulous large fine Bone China mug

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"Mother Town" Mural at the Haywood Hospital

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Emma Joustra's mural depicts some of the rich history of the town of Burslem, including its relationship with the Haywood Hospital.

This piece was commissioned by the Haywood Foundation for Arthritis Research.

Emma completed this piece in November 2015

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