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- 12 watercolors
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This palette of watercolors is perfect for you to express yourself! this package comes with 12 paints in a bright spectrum.
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Spoiler alert: these are pretty much the same colors with "custom" packaging and names. The one exception is that these - unlike the Prima ones - actually have the CA warning about containing chemicals that cause cancer and birth defects, so I can't help but wonder why that is.
While I definitely enjoy some of Jane Davenport's artwork, I don't really think these merit the comparatively high price point. To give you an example: I originally ordered the Bright and Tropicals palettes from Amazon last month for just under $10 each. I got the JD ones for $15/each through Ebay. I still think the Prima ones are better - even though the metal cases themselves are just black, versus the more "artsy" JD ones.
Speaking purely from the perspective of product quality, I see absolutely ZERO difference between the Prima and JD palettes - so what you have to ask yourself is whether you think the very minor packaging differences are worth the extra expense to you...