The creators of this product discovered the vessel shape in Japan. While they weren’t certain what it was for, they knew it was perfect for them. The original was tiny and clear so they made it large enough to hold their best-selling 8" matches and updated it in a sophisticated color palette. Each piece is hand blown and fitted with a cork stopper in the bottom. It reminds us of a vintage glass cloche, originally used to protect emerging seedlings in gardens. Once the matches are gone, it can be a curiosity used to display a found specimen.
• 120 match sticks
• 11 ¼˝ high x 3 ½˝ wide
• hand blown glass
• strike-on-bottle flint
• cork stopper
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