Die cut cardboard puzzle published as one in a series called "Jig-Saws from the Theatre" 1930's in England. No maker identified on box. Scene depicted is the wedding of Lt. Pinkerton and Cio-Cio-san (Madame Butterfly) near the end of Act I. The American consul, Sharpless is observing the ceremony. The opera represents the demeaning attitude of Western nations to Asian and other countries and the entitlement which they applied to their people as represented by Pinkerton’s “marriage” to Butterfly and later in the opera, the cavalier way in which Pinkerton and the consul ask Butterfly to give up her child. Of all the operas I have seen or studied, this story upsets me the most but it is the vehicle for great music by Giacomo Puccini! Artist is unknown but that may be for the best as I don't think he did a very good job.