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Diamond Jubilee Part B

by Pitcher Puzzles

  • Diamond Jubilee Part B


Warning! This is one model of two you will need to buy for a complete puzzle. The other model is called Diamond Jubilee Part A. You must buy both models to have a complete puzzle!


Diamond Jubilee is a puzzle based on the geometry of the deltoidal hexecontahedron. I called it the Diamond Jubilee because of the diamond shaped faces of the rhombic triacontahedron, and the sixty axes of rotation, one at each edge. Diamond Jubilee is a jumbling only puzzle, and is very similar to my previous Celtic Dodecahedron. However, with Diamond Jubilee the cuts overlap at the five way corners, creating many more pieces to scramble.

Other Items Needed:

Dye: If you want the puzzle to be black, you can dye the pieces yourself with a nylon dye such as RIT or Dylon, or you can have i.materialise dye it for you for a small extra charge (this option is definitely worth it!).

Stickers: Please contact me for the sticker template. If you want professionally cut stickers, I recommend Oliver’s Stickers or Chewie's Custom Stickers.

Screws: Sixty 12mm M3 pan head screws required, available in hardware stores or on the web.

Springs: Sixty springs needed, available in web puzzle shops. I get mine from HK Now Store.

Degree of Difficulty:

Assembly: Difficult to assemble.

Solving: Very difficult to solve.


Diamond Jubilee has a very delicate mechanism, and needs to be played with extreme care to avoid popping small pieces out. I only recommend this puzzle for experienced and patient puzzlers.

Have fun!

Pitcher Puzzles

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Welcome! My goal when designing puzzles is to create geometries that are visually striking and have a complexity belied by their apparent simplicity. Many of my puzzles use odd axis systems, and exhibit strange properties such as jumbling and shape-shifting. Enjoy!

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