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Twenty Cube by John Devost
Photo courtesy of Cubic Dissection
Name
Twenty Cube
Limited to
Designer
Dimensions
2.5 x 2.5 x 2.5"
Year
2001
Cost
$79
Availability
Not Available
# of Pieces
4
Material
Rick Eason: Walnut, Maple
John Devost: Cherry, Various Hardwoods
Objective
Assemble the 4 pieces into a cube
IPP Exchange
Puzzle
IPP21 (2001 - Tokyo)

"John's latest puzzle is a very nice one designed by Rick Eason named after the number of individual parts that make up the four pieces of the puzzle. Disassembly can be VERY tricky, and assembly is no piece of cake either. This puzzle is very well made, with each piece beautifully beveled and the puzzle as a whole nicely finished. This is a fairly rare design, and a worthy addition to your collection." -Eric Fuller