Classic frame palette No.1
I designed this palette to mimic a frame with beautiful carved detailing all around it. I love how the clay peeks through the glaze in some areas to give it more character. The color of the glaze is almost toasty white so you can see the true colors of the paint easily. There's also a hole on the top so you can hang it on a hook or nail in the wall to waste less space on storage. It's big enough to mix and have multiple colors and small enough to be carried in a variety of carry on pouches and bags for travel or plein air painting.
The beauty of the ceramic palette is in the small imperfections that you see which shows the marks of the maker. No two palettes are same even if it's the same design because these aren't mass produced. They are made in small batches by me. You can use them for any medium. Even cake decorating! I hope you enjoy using them as much as I did in making them and using the. Yes, I do use them too. I am artist first and I started making palettes as a hobby for myself to go with my work flow and so I'd never have to wash a palette and just keep on using the next palette I made. But then soon my friends and followers started asking me to make one for them and here we are. I still use these to this day and stand by their quality and craftsmanship.
All palettes will ship with clear bumpers on the bottom so your table doesn't scratch.
Materials and care:
The palettes are made with stoneware clay and fired to Cone 6. Wash them with water and they'll become stain free ( if you use water based paints or mediums). Hand washing will prolong the life of your Ceramics so I highly recommend that. Even though it's dishwasher safe, I don't recommend it because I don't want your food utensils and dinnerware to be contaminated with even a little trace of paint.
In case of acrylics or oils, try to not let the paints dry in the palette if you can, specially the wells. You can find multiple tutorials online on how to keep you paints wet. I've personally done that and was able to keep them wet for a couple of weeks. In case it dries on the flat area you can spray it with windex. Let it sit for a bit and scrape it with a scraper. I can't guarantee if it'll effect the glaze layer or not. So do it at your own risk ;)
Shipping and returns:
All sales are final. If the item arrives broken let me know and I'll see what I can do it about it. The shipping may seem excessive but that's what it costs me to ship ceramics as they are heavy. If I get any discount on shipping. I'll refund that amount to your mode of payment :)