V for Victory

The Final Piece of the Puzzle

The Final Piece Of The Puzzle

Although Gerald Hayter started making puzzles in the early 1900s, it wasn't until after the First World War that he decided on the brand name 'Victory' in celebration of the war's end. 

The Victory hand symbol was first used in 1941 as part of the 'V for Victory' campaign by the Allies of World War II - and made famous by Winston Churchill in July of that year.

Today you will find the Victory hand whimsy piece in all of our puzzles. When you start assembling your puzzle, we recommend finding this whimsy piece first, putting it aside and making it the final piece of the puzzle - to celebrate your own victory in solving the puzzling challenge! 

Why Choose Victory

Laser Cut Precision

Thanks to modern laser cutting techniques, we are able to push our puzzles to another level and cut even more intricate designs.

Heirloom Quality

We have chosen a consistent, sustainably sourced, durable wood product that can be enjoyed time and time again.

The Perfect Gift

A thoughtful gift idea that keeps on giving.