Paint Box: Watercolours
Wooden paint box containing paints and paint mixing tray and blotting paper. Inside the lid is a label "Superior English water colours, warranted soft and brilliant". Each paint colour square is stamped with the colour name and on the reverse is a relief of Britannia on the reverse.
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Charles Saunders gave this paintbox to his neighbour Philippa Lane sometime between 1955 and 1957. Philippa used it to paint a little bit.: Charles Saunders: Opawa/Christchurch: Pre 1956
soft and brilliant; Type of mark: manufacturer's label; Method: Adhesive label
Marks/Inscriptions: 1880; Type of mark: Date; Method: Hand-written
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