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Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for A puzzle box (also called a secret box or trick box) is a box that can only be opened by solving a puzzle. Some require only for 1 last update 2020/06/06 a simple move and others a series of discoveries. A puzzle box (also called a secret box or trick box) is a box that can only be opened by solving a puzzle. Some require only a simple move and others a series of discoveries.

Modern puzzle boxes developed from furniture and jewelry boxes with secret compartments and hidden openings, known since Renaissance time. Puzzle boxes produced for entertainment first appeared in Victorian England in the 19th century[1][2] and as tourist souvenirs in the Interlaken region in Switzerland[3] and in the Hakone region of Japan at the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century.[4] Boxes with secret openings appeared as souvenirs at other tourist destinations during early 20th century, including the Amalfi Coast, Madeira, and Sri Lanka,[5][6] though these were mostly '' traditions. Chinese cricket boxes represent another example of intricate boxes with secret openings.[7]

Interest in puzzle boxes subsided during and after the two World Wars. The art was revived in the 1980s by three pioneers of this genre: Akio Kamei in Japan,[8] Trevor Wood in England, and Frank Chambers in Ireland.[9] There are currently a number of artists producing puzzle boxes, including the Karakuri group in Japan set up by Akio Kamei,[10] US puzzle box specialists Robert Yarger[11] and Kagen Sound, as well as a number of other designers and puzzle makers who produce puzzle boxes across the globe.

Clive Barker''s box, a puzzle box which opens the gates to another dimension when manipulated.

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  1. ^^ Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for Hoffman, P (1893). Puzzles Old and New. London: Warne. OL 25200228M.
  2. ^ Sanders, W.; Sanders, C. (1999). Pocket Matchsafes: Reflections of Life & Art. Atglen: Schiffer.
  3. ^ Arenski, J.; Daniels, S.; Daniels, M. (2005). Swiss Carvings 1820-1940. Woodbridge: Antique Collectors Club. the 1 last update 2020/06/06 Provides details of the Swiss carving tradition but does not cover trick boxes.
  4. Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for ^ Iwasaki, S. (2003). Karakuri works in Hakone & Odawara. Odawara: Karakuri Creation Group.
  5. ^ Hajek, P. (2008). "". CFF. 75: 3–6.
  6. ^ Hajek, P. (2012). "". CFF. 89: 21–23.Hajek, P. (2012). "". CFF. 89: 21–23.
  7. ^ Hajek, P. (2011). "". CFF. 85: 31–34.
  8. ^ Yoshigahara, N. (1995). Akio Kamei Art Works. Karakuri.
  9. ^ Hajek, P. (2008). "". IPP. 27: 123.
  10. ^ Karakuri Creation Group, ed. (2008). Evolving Karakuri Box. Odawara: Karakuri Creation Group.
  11. ^ Yarger, R. (2012). Dawson, M. (ed.). Stickman Milestone Puzzle Book. Edmond: Stickman.
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