She also likes romantic Victorian tops, vintage rugs and the Japanese ceramics she sources from estate sales, local flea markets and the Brimfield Antique Flea Market in Massachusetts. Her maximalist instinct has served Bailey well at Carny Couture, her new West Adams shop that specializes in vintage clothing, housewares, ceramics and antique oddities. Having outgrown a rented shop in Atwater, Bailey and husband Johnny Wiskerchen recently relocated to their own West Adams showroom not far from their home in Leimert Park. On a recent visit, rugs, baskets and colorful quilts were on display inside antique cabinets flanked by weavings, thrift store paintings and silver jewelry from the s. Info: carnycouture.
Made from Bubinga and Beech woods. It took some time to hunt down the puzzle in storage, but I eventually found it and I created some ;uzzle better photos, Adams vintage cowboy puzzle I have incorporated into my Pattern section. I have diagrammed the paths vowboy solutions. Here is a Chuck burr in plastic, from Hungary. Show More. I found this interesting small Six Piece Cube Puzzle purportedly from Pussy of Germany though it has no markings or Clean thumbs.
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She also likes romantic Victorian tops, vintage rugs and the Japanese ceramics she sources from estate sales, local flea markets and the Brimfield Antique Flea Market in Massachusetts. Her maximalist instinct has served Bailey well at Carny Couture, her new West Adams shop that specializes in vintage clothing, housewares, ceramics and antique oddities. Having outgrown a rented shop in Atwater, Bailey and husband Johnny Wiskerchen recently relocated to their own West Adams showroom not far from their home in Leimert Park.
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Site updates, links, news, and puzzles on the way or received October Playing catch-up again - I skipped the September update, but if you look below, you'll see some August info. Some old and new puzzles I have been playing with recently. See, I can do clickbait, too :- Even though technically it's not clickbait since I am not benefiting from getting you to click the link Chris Ramsay is a Canadian magician and YouTuber.
Spoiler Alert! Don't watch the Dan-Lock video, or any video if you want to try to solve the puzzles on your own! Of course, posting solutions to mechanical puzzles is frowned upon with various levels of vitriol by many members of the puzzle community, since the temptation to look, and as a result spoil the fun of discovering a solution on one's own, is often too great to resist.
For my part, I find I can resist peeking when I want to - and at this point I've acquired so many puzzles and so many remain unsolved that asking for hints or the occasional spoiler no longer bothers me in the least. Evidently lots of other people enjoy them as well - Chris has amassed over 3 million subscribers. I'd be curious to hear your thoughts on this controversial topic. Puzzle of Germany, not to be confused with Mr.
Shipping costs almost as much as the puzzle, however, and the transit time from Germany to the US has on past occasions proven to be disappointingly lengthy. Oh, well. Puzzle-friend Jim Strayer and his wife Susan came out from Pennsylvania to stay over at my place and we drove up together to the Bobroff's, where we mingled with a crowd of interesting people including John and Jane Kostick , David Pitcher , Alison Yada , and even Stewart Coffin! I had a great time visiting with Jim and Susan, and at the Bobroff's party chatting with an assortment of folks - the time went by way too quickly.
Thanks much, Saul and Paulette! Tetra Twist comprises four two-layer, four-sided tiles. The layers of a tile rotate relative to each other. Each side posesses a protruding shape - a triangle, semicircle, half-square, or half-hexagon, or a correspondingly-shaped indent. There are several challenges where you must abut corresponding shapes at both levels of tiles simultaneously, including the task of making a 2x2 arrangement where all four bi-layer matings are correct, which has a unique solution.
A handy enclosure is included. I really like this one! Thanks, Alison! Back in July, Ray Swinney, a friend of the late puzzle designer Robert Rose, contacted me - Ray's son had been able to fabricate a limited edition of nice metal coordinate motion burr puzzles. Ray kindly sent me an example - thanks, Ray! Ray may put some up for sale on a well-known auction site. If you're interested, contact me and I can connect you to Ray. Serhiy kindly sent me copies - Thanks, Serhiy! Dave Janelle at Creative Crafthouse occasionally finds interesting historic puzzles on my website and creates modern versions, making them available to the puzzling public.
Recently he created the 60 Alpha puzzle, based on a design patented in the s. Other acquisitions Reviewed by Steven Canfield on his blog Boxes and Booze. I enjoyed the WMH box - Dee's woodwork is of good quality and the materials are very nice.
The box incorporates several well-hidden though some might say a bit unfair steps, and functions reliably - which is a very important criterion for me. Unlike many of the puzzle boxes you'll find on Etsy which rely on old uninspiring mechanisms, Dee's box has worthy tricks up its sleeve. Satisfying and not too difficult. Nova Plexus - designed by Geoff Wyvill , made by and purchased from TwoBrassMonkeys I had been after a Nova Plexus puzzle ever since reading about it in Slocum's The Book of Ingenious and Diabolical Puzzles - but they were only produced in very limited quantity and had been impossible to find until now.
Wyvill's site has a page giving the history of the Nova Plexus puzzle. I have an older Lolo's Octahedron hand-made by Kevin - Kevin and puzzle-making technology have come a long way since then! Sequence Cube - by Aleksandr Leontev Only one piece can be removed from the puzzle - as supplied this is a quinary puzzle which requires moves!
An extra piece is included - substituting in this piece after you've solved the step challenge increases the number of moves to a whopping ! Makoto Miyamoto posted a YouTube video explaining the puzzle. Split Maze Burr 2nd Ed. A sequential-discovery puzzle - find the hidden marble. I tore the key-head off the pamphlet before realizing it is not intended to be used in the solution and should have remained affixed to the sheet.
The lock has been reviewed by Allard on his blog. Put the light piece on the table and cover it with the dark pieces the table surface counts as covering. Ages - designed and made by Brian Young at Mr. Puzzle Australia. A difficult sequential discovery puzzle combined with a difficult burr. Tom Lensch crafted the puzzle from 27 blocks of different exotic woods, each engraved with the wood's name, and included a nice box with a lid. Tom offered me one of a very limited edition at RPP and I snapped it up!
Wooden Universal Puzzle Set - a vintage set of three space-themed Kumiki puzzles Complete with box and instruction sheets. I really like this one - I managed to put it together from scratch myself without clues! Ken brought his prototype of this puzzle to RPP where it stumped nearly everyone - I was very happy to solve it after much pondering. It's a very clever take on the Soma design, using half-cubes, and I really like it.
Tricky and nicely made from exotic woods! I like it. I had played with and very much enjoyed Ken Irvine's difficult Broken Soma at RPP - when I saw this I thought it might be similar - but this has a pleasantly different trick.
September Hiatus. August For a decade, Jeff Aurand has hosted the annual Rochester Puzzle Party RPP at his home in upstate New York, and I have been fortunate to be able to attend many of them, including this year's tenth gathering. Over the years there have been anywhere from a dozen to three or four times that many guests, and we've always had a great time sharing puzzles, enjoying Jeff's hospitality and great food and drink, and most importantly having interesting discussions with fine company, usually late into the evening.
The rise of the internet and puzzle websites and blogs have opened the stimulating world of mechanical puzzling to an expanding audience, and many regional puzzle parties have become established.
Such get-togethers are truly great fun and a wonderful way to meet interesting and friendly people who share a fascinating passion. If you have not yet been able to attend one local to you, why not start your own? Thanks, Jeff, for all the fun through ten years of RPP! A few of my favorite puzzle designers and craftsmen were at RPP this year - I managed to play with or solve some new prototypes, and take home several new items: Jeff was one of the puzzle box craftsmen who contributed a box to the Apothecary Chest , assembled by Robert Yarger, a.
Jeff's box is called "Reversal of Fortune. Jeff was showing them to us, intending to finally clean house and dispose of them, and I suggested that a slight modification, while sacrificing perfect symmetry of the box, would allow the mechanism to function after all.
Jeff duly made some slices and voila, now the cast-offs would open! Jeff kindly distributed several to lucky attendees. Thanks, Jeff! Missing Tile - designed by Goh Pit Khiam and made by Tom Lensch The two shorter edges of the tray have inside bevels, with three of the pieces having matching bevels along one of their edges. First, fit all of the pieces except the smallest block into the tray, filling the opening. Then, re-arrange the tiles to fit in the smallest piece, too. This challenge works differently than the traditional "Melting Block" design, and you'll have to exploit those beveled edges Fit the six identical L-shaped pieces into the box using the T-shaped slot.
The Katalox pieces are surprisingly dense! Rules of Attraction - designed by Laszlo Molnar and made by Brian Menold Assemble a stable 3x3x3 cube from the seven pieces, each of which contains hidden magnets which of course frustrate all but the correct juxtapositions of pieces. I had to buy one after hearing Brian's tale of how difficult these were to make in his workshop!
Mouse Pack 3 - designed by Haym Hirsh Pack the three pieces into the sphere. A kind gift - Thanks, Haym! Popinjay - designed by Haym Hirsh Pack the J-shaped pieces into the tray. Exchanged by Haym at IPP Fellow puzzler John Rausch attends RPP and has several times very generously held a round-robin puzzle give-away.
Thanks, John! Guillotine aka Harun - designed by Volker Latussek Six 'C' pieces and six 1x2x3 blocks can be packed into the box in two different ways so that the lid closes. Thanks, Frans and team - it looks great. Lots of holes and dowels. A single sequential-assembly solution. The puzzle is supposedly solvable by analysis rather than guesswork. Rick describes the puzzle at his website and gives a link to a page with detailed logical analysis.
Several keychain puzzle finds The new puzzle brand Project Genius has a lineup comprising various puzzles from several sources e. Mefferts, Constantin, Recent Toys , including some new items as well as puzzles you've probably seen before. You may wish to check out the puzzles at NKD Puzzle. Super stoked to have acquired the very rare vintage Blackpool Tower puzzle issued by Merit. Sandfield at the IPP15 in Tokyo.