Bonnecaze Absinthe & Home
Liqueur Malette Porcelain Match Strike
A unique reproduction of a 19th century French pyrogène from Bonnecaze Absinthe & Home.
Commonly found on a bistro table or bar throughout late 19th and early 20th century, a match strike traditionally served three purposes – to hold and ignite the matches and as an advertising tool for alcohol brands. Crafted from porcelain with hand-painted lines and accents, this objet d'art flawlessly recalls the antique Liqueur Malette original – fill the top with matches or toothpicks and display alongside other period pieces for a vintage-inspired curation.
- Liqueur Malette French match strike
- Reproduction of 19th century French pyrogène
- Hand-painted lines and accents
- Top cylindrical container
- Ribbed exterior
- Handwash only
- White-tip or "strike anywhere" matches are required for use
- Regular household kitchen matches will not light
- Matches not included
COMPOSITION & SIZE
H: 8.5cm, Dia: 9.8cm