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Daniel Smith 24 Colour Hand Poured Half Pan Watercolour Set in a METAL BOX

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Invoice Price:
£145.00 (including VAT)
0.50 KGS
Usually dispatched in 24 hours.
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Product Description

24 Colour Hand Poured Half Pan Watercolour Set in a METAL BOX with BONUS FREE Metal Box and 24 Empty Half Pan. Set contains as follows. Buff Titanium, Hansa Yellow Light, Quinacridone Gold, Hansa Yellow Deep, Pyrrol Scarlet, Permanent Alizarin Crimson, Quinacridone Rose, Ultramarine Blue, Cerulean Blue, Chromium, Phthalo Blue (GS), Cobalt Turquoise, Phthalo Green (BS), Sap Green, Perylene Green, Undersea Green, Raw Sienna Light, Yellow Ochre , Goethite (Brown Ochre), Indian Red, Quinacridone Burnt Orange, Burnt Sienna, Burnt Umber, Raw Umber and Jane.

Opening the Metal Box reveals 4 large paint mixing wells in the lid, the fold out section has 8 smaller wells.  The middle half pan holder section is removable and beneath it are 7 more mixing wells for a total of 19. The inside is painted with a white enamel for easy clean up with a soft cloth or paper towel. There is space between the 2 rows of half pans to keep a small brush (brush not included).  For convenient painting, there is a finger ring underneath that allows for securing the Metal Box to the palm of your hand while painting so you don’t have to grip the Metal Box. 

Included with each set is a waterproof acetate map of the colours, their properties and location in the box. Meaning you will always be able to identify the colour you are using.

The sturdy, black Metal Box has the popular DANIEL SMITH logo in white on the top left side.  

Hand pouring pans is incredibly labour intensive but offers the purest form of professional watercolour half pans.  DANIEL SMITH Half Pans re-wet quickly and easily. All our watercolours are   Professional Artist Quality, portable and easy to use. They are made to the exact same formula and exacting standards as DANIEL SMITH Watercolour in tubes

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