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Geoff Kerseys Watercolour Palette

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Mix your paints the Geoff Kersey way with his watercolour palette!

This innovative palette has been developed by professional artist Geoff Kersey to offer you the most versatile and effective colour mixing experience. With 21 strategically placed wells, it is the ideal choice for watercolour artists of all ability levels.

The palette includes a removeable sheet of sponge which can be placed above your paints to keep them moist for days and the lid is embossed with Geoff's signature in a striking metallic blue - so everyone will know that your palette choice is that of the professionals!


Lid: 34cms x 20.5cms
Base: 35cms x 21cms
Depth: 2cms
14 wells @ 2.5cms wide x 3.8cms long & sloping inwards
1 x corner well @ 3.8cms x 3.8cms sq
2 wells @ 6cms x 3.5cms
3 wells @ 7.6cms x 5.7cms
1 large well @ 13cms x 8cms

If you need replacement sponge sheets, these can be found using code WSRP

  1. Large sized pallette Review by Robert Sykes

    Not a bad pallette, although a little flimsy. Hopefully will last a few years with care as this type of plastic tends to crack with age. (Posted on 10/04/2013)

  2. Excellent Review by Valerie Groombridge

    I bought this palette as a present for a friend. She is delighted with it as it has plenty of room to mix and keeps her paint moist. (Posted on 10/04/2013)

  3. good Review by Rosalie Beresford

    found that the fresh paint squeezed in was sticking to the sponge when removed. (Posted on 08/04/2013)

  4. A brilliant and long overdue idea Review by Jack Bowen

    really good idea, neat tidy and keeps the pigment usable, well done. (Posted on 08/04/2013)

  5. Great Palette Review by P Hammett

    Lots of room for paints, wells well placed and the lid and sponge keeps the paint durable for longer and more easily transportable. (Posted on 25/02/2013)

  6. Geoff Kerseys Watercolour Palette Review by Alan Baulch

    Well over priced for a flimsy injection molded thin plastic tray.
    It may be suitable in the Studio but useless in the field
    Sorry Jeff love your paintings though.

    We are sorry to hear this; please remember our no quibble return guarantee for any item you are not satisfied with. (Posted on 14/02/2013)

  7. Geoff Kerseys Watercolour Palette Review by David Alexander

    Having downsized and having no space for a studio where everything can be left out this palette is great. I wet the sponge, slap the lid on pack it away. great for carrying back and forth.
    Here\'s a tip - Make the sponge last longer by putting a damp piece of J cloth on top of the paints first.

    Can\'t recommend this enough Thanks Geoff - great idea! (Posted on 29/10/2012)

  8. Time & mess saver!. Review by Margaret Linnett

    Very good for people who need to carry wet paints to and from locations /classes etc. Saves time and mess. (Posted on 24/10/2012)

  9. Excellent Design Review by Carol Fraser

    A well thought out and designed palette. Plenty of spaces for colours and for mixing small amounts and larger washes. (Posted on 22/10/2012)

  10. easy clean Review by Jean Hulme

    loved how easy this palette is to clean,good tight fitting lid, but seems a little flimsy, lets hope it does not crack when trying to open it, otherwise happy with product (Posted on 19/10/2012)

  11. water colour pallette Review by M M Allen

    I have been looking for something like this for ages it is just what I wanted and much better than others (Posted on 01/10/2012)

  12. Delighted! Review by Jean Wilson

    The foam layer when moistenend keeps the paints fresh for at least a week and prolongs the use of paints squeezed from the tubes. Palette easy to handle and transport. It means that I can continue my painting in a relaxed manner as and when I\'m able instead of rushing to finsh it all in one go (and probably ruining it in the process). (Posted on 01/10/2012)

  13. Idea is good but material is too lightweight Review by Can Dogancan

    I liked the design but plastic material is too lightweight. Still with the sponge provided you can keep your paint moist. (Posted on 01/10/2012)

  14. Geoff Kerseys Watercolour Palette Review by David Alexander

    I\'ve been looking for something like this for ages. An acrylic stay-wet palette costs £20 of more this is much cheaper and does what I need. Sorted (Posted on 21/09/2012)

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