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For the past 50 years, Robert Opie has been finding the pieces that makeup the giant jigsaw of British social history. His collection is on display at the museum of brands in Notting Hill, London, where the displays give a sense of the evolution of culture and lifestyle since Victorian times. The main focus has been on consumer packaged products, from crisps, sweets, and breakfast cereals, to drinks, biscuits and soap powders. The 1000 piece 1980s jigsaw puzzle is jam-packed with odes to the 80s, from the clever promotional offerings on confectionary, to remembering the time when barcodes suddenly appeared on every product, and the move to flow-wrap packaging began to replace the use of silver foil paper, that had been so much part of chocolate bar wrappers for generations. New brands dominated the market, from Terry's Bitz and Pyramint to Rowntree's Black Magic bar, Cadbury's Wispa and the novelty interlocking plastic container of ipso sweets to be found in Woolworths stores.
- Puzzle size 48 x 68cm when complete
- Made from thick, durable puzzle board that is 100% recycled
- Designed and manufactured in the UK
- Dimensions: 41 x 29 x 5cm