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Amish Tin Matchbox Holder

Regular price $28.00
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A former staple for every home, this lightweight tin matchbox holder has made a comeback with utilitarian charm. Hang it on the wall or set it on the counter ready to use every time you light a candle. When a large matchbox is situated in the top compartment, the strike zone is exposed on the side for easy lighting. Loose matches feed out of the bottom. Hand punched out of lightweight tin and painted with a textured black finish.

Proudly handmade by the Amish community in Pennsylvania using generational techniques that exemplify perfect craftsmanship. 

Whether it be dustpans, brooms, candleholders, or cutting boards, Ennis Park is proud to showcase this community's mastery in making the most simple of everyday items both beautiful and functional for your family and generations to come. 

  • Note: Due to the nature of handmade products, each matchbox holder is unique and varies slightly from product to product.

Dimensions

8" x 3" x 3"

Materials & Care

Hand punched out of lightweight tin and painted with a textured black finish.

Shipping & Packaging

Shipping is always free for orders over $100 (Domestic US). A $9 flat rate applies otherwise.

We use 100% compostable and recyclable packing supplies— paper (in multiple forms) being the most common. Apart from the clear protective sleeves for our art prints, we never use plastic.

  • Beauty & Function

    We believe in the power of beautiful, fuctional pieces that foster feelings of joy and contentment in the humble, ordinary moments of our lives.

  • Simple, Sustainable

    We value simple objects that bring nature to our indoor spaces, honor natural resources through sustainable sourcing, and uplift the artisan through fair trade.

  • A Curation of Quality

    Our catalog is full of high-quality, heirloom pieces that work in a variety of aesthetics, last a lifetime, and are distinctive in workmanship and timeless character.

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