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- Perfect palettes for mixing Watercolor or gouache
- Smooth surface cleans easily
- Features a bowed bottom, so that the remaining water runs to the edges
- They may occasionally come with chips on the rim, but this is normal and will not affect the working surface for the artist.”
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These porcelain trays have a convex center so water will run to the edge. They may occasionally come with chips on the rim, but this is normal and will not affect the working surface for the artist.
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UPDATE: The replacement was even more damaged than the original. (see 2nd picture)
It really comes down to personal preference, but I hate plastic palettes and have found that porcelain palettes are my favorite. However, porcelain is pricey and heavy. An enamel butcher tray palette is the best of both worlds: lightweight, easy to use and clean, and more affordable. Previously, I ordered a larger butcher tray palette from another company, and not only is it a little too bulky, the enamel tends to chip off easier. Chipping enamel is going to happen--it's just the nature of the beast--but the Jack Richeson butcher tray palette is holding up better. There is a chip on the rim, but so far it hasn't spread or rusted in over 2 months of heavy use. (My other butcher tray palette has done both, even though it's still usable.) For the past month, I've kept the same watercolors (Sennelier, Turner, and Holbein) in the tray as I've worked on a project--they've rewet beautifully and the enamel hasn't stained at all. When it comes time, I'm confident that it will clean right up and look good as new.
Not sure if it's a need or even if there's room in my studio, but I could see myself buying this palette again.
Edit: 6/2/2020 - (updated pictures have colorful tablecloth background) I’ve passed this to my kids for their art project, and with the very little use it’s received, the edge has rusted and enamel is now flaking off in that area
I will not order another after reading the comments that other buyers have written.
I would not leave any stars but it insisted I leave one.
It's come to my attention that I'm very picky about my painting supplies. Lately I've been cleaning out my little studio (emphasis on little, it's basically a broom closet with a window, but it's mine and I'm grateful) and either finding new homes for palettes, bijoux boxes, etc, that I've accumulated over the years or haven't made the cut. Really the only palette I've consistently used in the last 20 years has been a 4"x4" travel palette and bijoux combo. As you can imagine I spend a lot of time cleaning.
With all the negative comments about chips I have held off buying this for about a year, but I'm so glad I finally bought it. It's delightfully refreshing to have a larger space to mix on and when I do have to clean it, it's so easy with no stains in sight.