Sakura Koi Watercolor Pocket Field Sketch Box, Set of 12

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SK38382
Availability: In stock

Ships Tuesday, August 03 if ordered in the next 02 hours and 32 minutes!

Quick Overview

Koi Watercolors by Sakura, are available in a portable, convenient, pocket traveling set. Weighing only 3.8 ounces, the set is small enough to fit in a purse, pocket or backpack. 12 color set.
$21.09
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Capturing the moment just got easier with Sakura Koi Watercolor Pocket Field Sketch Box Sets. These portable watercolor set are perfect to bring along whether you're going to the countryside, relaxing at the beach, or walking urban landscapes.

12 Color Sketch Box - The 12 assorted half-pan colors included in this paint set are Chinese White, Cobalt Blue Hue, Crimson Lake, Deep Yellow, Ivory Black, Lemon Yellow, Light Red, Prussian Blue, Vermilion Hue, Viridian Hue, Yellow Green and Yellow Ochre. This set also includes a refillable travel water brush with a 4 ml. reservoir and medium brush tip, a dabbing sponge and and a divided snap lid that serves as a palette. Measures 4-1/2" x 3-1/2" x 7/8".

More Information
Weight 3.8 oz.
New! New!
Brand Sakura
Series Koi
Format Half Pan
Color Assorted
Color Family Assorted
No. XNCW-12H

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