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Showing 3 of our total 7 reviews, with an average rating of 5 stars. Read all 7 reviews for Langton Prestige 140lb Gummed Watercolour (NOT) Pad 10 x 7".
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Review Summary - 5 out of 5 based on 3 ratings.
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  • Product Reviewing? Langton Prestige 140lb Gummed Watercolour (NOT) Pad 10 x 7
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Excellent watercolour paper
19 Dec 2020 |

This is my favourite paper, great thickness and easy to work with

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  • Product Reviewing? Langton Prestige 140lb Gummed Watercolour (NOT) Pad 10 x 7
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Fantastic Service
09 Aug 2020 |

Superb value pad, heavy weight paper perfect for watercolour paints, great service and brilliant customer support.

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  • Product Reviewing? Langton Prestige 140lb Gummed Watercolour (NOT) Pad 10 x 7
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Watercolour paper
25 Jul 2020 |

This is another great watercolour paper from Daler Rowney. A little more expensive than the Langton (non prestige) but I got it at a great price from Crafty Arts who always have great bargains.

Showing 3 of our total 7 reviews, with an average rating of 5 stars. Read all 7 reviews for Langton Prestige 140lb Gummed Watercolour (NOT) Pad 10 x 7".
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Daler Rowney Langton Prestige 140lb Gummed Watercolour (NOT) Pad 10 x 7"

Ref: 15764
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  • RRP £15.25
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  • 10 x 7" watercolour pad
  • (NOT) gummed pad
  • 100% cotton quality material
  • 12 sheets
  • 300gsm

Langton Prestige is a superior quality watercolour paper manufactured using 100% cotton, the highest quality material for papermaking. Made traditionally on a cylinder mould machine, the paper features a natural whiteness with a soft touch and distinctive texture.- 12 sheets 300gsm (140lb) acid free watercolour paper. The surface of a Not (Cold Pressed) paper has a moderate texture. A Not sheet gets its name from 'not hot pressed'! It is made by taking a rough sheet and pressing it again without the felts. Not papers are generally considered the easiest to use.

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