Airtight Watercolour Palettes – Mont Marte

(2 customer reviews)


The Premium Airtight Watercolour Palette features deep colour wells and large mixing areas that make colour mixing easy. The layout gives you plenty of room to work so that you can use a range of colours and create your own unique tints, shades and tones. To keep your paints fresh, these watercolour palettes also have an airtight seal that allows you to save your mixed colours for your next painting session. Experiment with colour and create beautiful watercolour paintings with this practical and easy-to-use palette.

You have your choice of either a 16 Well Palette with 3 large mixing areas or an 18 Well Palette with a removable tray and two large mixing areas.

Product features:

  • Airtight mixing palettes to keep colours fresh.
  • Different mixing areas.
  • Generous colour wells for controlled mixing.
  • Neat and tidy: keep your colours tidy and organised.
  • Suitable for artists of all skill levels.
  • Available options: 16 Well (Purple) Palette & 18 Well (Blue) Palette.


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16 Wells (Purple), 18 Wells (Blue)

2 reviews for Airtight Watercolour Palettes – Mont Marte

  1. Shine4me (verified owner)

    I was very disappointed with the size of the palette. The wells are smaller than I thought. If you need to paint with a Hake brush this palette is not suitable. That said it is good quality has a large mixing area. Probably more suitable as a travel palette.

  2. Marianke Volschenk (verified owner)

    I like this palette a lot I have got the big one with 18 wells. I constantly use mine when I am on the go or at work with my gouache paints inside. This palette keeps your gouache paints nice and secure and easy to travel with as well as at home use for gouache paints. It is a good quality plastic with another tray inside to have more mixing space. This palette would also work with watercolor, but is nicer to use for gouache as for watercolor it would be better using a palette with big wells. As for gouache you can use a flat surface.

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