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Langton Prestige Watercolour Paper

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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.

* 100% cotton, with a soft touch
* Traditionally made on a cylinder mould machine
* Acid-free, with an alkali reserve to preserve finished pieces of work and protect against discolouration
* Gelatinised surface for strength and resilience
* Natural white finish

Paper is supplied in a pack of 5 full imperial sheets or can be cut into 1/2 or 1/4 at no extra charge.

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All packs of paper* are supplied in the following options as regards size:

Pack Size Inches CM No. Sheets
Full Imperial 30"x22" 76.2x55.9cm 5
Half Imperial 22"x15" 55.9x38.1cm 10
Quarter Imperial 15"x11" 38.1x27.9cm 20
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140lb (300gsm) NOT Product Code: LPN140
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RRP: £28.75 £23.17
140lb (300gsm) Rough Product Code: LPR140
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RRP: £28.75 £23.17

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  • A step up in quality - Langton Prestige Paper 140lb (300gsm) NOT

    For many years I used Bockingford paper but then began to notice defects in the paper surface. I switched to Langton Prestige which is much superior in quality but still reasonably priced. Kenneth Young (Dalgety Bay, United Kingdom) on 24 Jun 2012
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  • Great product - Langton Prestige Paper 140lb (300gsm) Rough

    This is fantastic paper, my painting has improved. Christine Helmn (Carnforth, United Kingdom) on 10 Jul 2012
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  • Highly recommended

    This is really good paper. It takes plenty of "heavy handling", shall we say, when doing your first washes. And the pigments from decent paint. Like the 'Winsor & Newton Artists Watercolours' are a sight to behold as they drift across a skyscape.. Top Drawer stuff.. Highly recommended. Ian Temple (Eastleigh) on 22 Mar 2010
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