Poolazoid Puzzle: 4 tough challenges - A George Sicherman design
There are 10 hardwood pieces with base and a cover. First, make the Triangle, then make the other 3 shapes outlined on the base.
Each shape has only 1 possible solution. This is a lot more difficult than it may first appear. With only 1 solution and the pieces not concentric (meaning you can flip them over to get a different result), this puzzle is extremely hard.
Woods used are 1/4” thick precision cut cherry and maple. Measures about 9.5” x 7.5” in the base.