JIGGY x William & Mary
JIGGY x William & Mary
JIGGY x William & Mary
JIGGY x William & Mary

JIGGY x William & Mary

Regular price$40.00
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William & Mary

Founded by Royal Charter in 1693, William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia, is a preeminent university. The Alma Mater of the Nation cultivates creative thinkers, principled leaders and compassionate global citizens equipped for lives of meaning and distinction.
 The two iconic campus elements featured on this puzzle are the Sir Christopher Wren Building and the Lord Botetourt statue. The Wren Building is the oldest college building still in use in the United States. It is the setting for campus traditions such as Convocation, when new students flood through the Wren into the welcoming arms of the campus community.
 The Lord Botetourt statue currently stands in front of the Wren Building. Lord Botetourt was the popular governor of the Virginia colony from 1768 to 1770 and a member of the Board of Visitors. Today, students decorate “Lord Bot” for special occasions. At Commencement each year, the Lord Botetourt Medal is presented to the undergraduate student “who has most distinguished him or herself in scholarship.”
 We would love to see your puzzle come together!
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Size: 500 piece puzzle
Puzzle dimensions: 16 x 20 inches 
Box dimensions: 9 x 6 x 3 inches

Each JIGGY x William & Mary puzzle comes in a reusable drawstring bag, box and includes puzzle glue to preserve your masterpiece.

What people are saying

Better than I imagined! The packaging is so unique and beautiful. I also ordered a frame to match. Definitely will be buying more in the future!

Ashley H.

Gorgeous! I loved putting it together and will love it even more framed and hung up!

Heather W.

I found puzzling to bring on a very meditative experience and I liked it. The was challenging and exciting, because endorphins are created when a piece finds its place. The artwork is beautiful.

Robin B.