Puzzle | Archimedes | wood
Perhaps the oldest known mathematical puzzle, once investigated by Greek mathematician Archimedes some 2200 years ago, has been reimagined as a visually intriguing interior piece full of possibility.
The puzzle consists of 14 pieces of various shapes, with the objective to combine all the pieces to form a square. There are 536 unique ways to assemble the shape - how many can you find?
27 x 27cm
Nanoblock | Sakura Bonsai
Small blocks, big detail! Nanoblock is a revolutionary Japanese invention that takes block building to the tiniest scale. A perfect gift for anyone who enjoys a challenge, puzzles or games.Available in...
Bath toy | squirty sealife | assorted
Fishy fun for bathtime or in the pool with this assortment of colourful rubber toys with a built-in squirter. Details:Approximately 9cm6 different designs
Putty | tri-colour glow in the dark
Stretch it, squeeze it, bounce it and watch glow in the dark! The fun is endless with this goopy and glorious glow in the dark putty. A fantastic open-ended toy...