I was gifted these beautiful watercolours for Christmas, they are the Dr PH Martins Radiant Concentrated Watercolour in Set A. they can be purchased various places online such as Local Art Shop, Amazon, Ebay.
There are various sets available, each marked with a letter of the alphabet, my partner bought these for me and decided to buy Set A as I don't have any of these already.
Each bottle is 15ml and has a pipette to dispense the watercolours into a mixing palette, I find the pipettes to be a really convenient way of using the product, and there is no risk of diluting the product inside the bottle.
Set A includes the shades: 1A - Lemon Yellow, 2A - Orange, 3A - Persimmon, 4A - Alpine Rose, 5A - Scarlet, 6A - Cherry Red, 7A - Moss Rose, 8A - Turquoise Blue, 9A - True Blue, 10A - Violet, 11A - Grass Green, 12A - Juniper Green, 13A - Saddle Brown, 14A - Black.
*please note* - the colour of 12A Juniper Green is coming up as being bright blue in the images, it is in fact a teal colour!
As you can see from the swatches above the colours are very clean looking, no cloudy or muddy looking colours.
The shade 13A Saddle brown pulls a little more red than i'd like but this can be easily fixed by adding a small amount of black. The colours are highly pigmented and for these swatches I used about a sixth of a drop, I only lightly touched the pipette to the palette to get enough colour for these swatches, which is incredible.
I will be buying another set of these in the future, but if you're thinking of buying these I would definitely recommend Set A as they have more "basic" colours, which is a great place to start.
the colours dry nicely to matte finish and the colour is very even when dry, there is no powdery residue or shine to these watercolours.
The top two images are my own swatches, the third was found on www.craftcarrot.com and they show a clearer indication of the colours, I was losing daylight when taking the images of the swatches so that's why there is a slight blue tone to them.
I currently use the Dr Ph Martin Bombay Indian Ink regularly, so I hope that these are just as good!
I hope you liked reading the review of Dr Ph Martins Radiant Concentrated Watercolours!