My matchbox cover is made of heavy 20-gauge Stainless Steel, with a laser etched design. Great for keeping small secret treasures safe!
If you want to use these as matchbox covers I engineered these to fit a standard 32 count box ofmatches, so that you can buy replacementmatchesat any grocery store or convenience store. I use diamond strike anywhere matches and they work great!
How to fill thematches: Remove the wood box then just slide the entire cardboard box (including the sleeve with the strike area) into the metal cover. Done and ready to go!
REFILLABLE: HOLDS A STANDARD BOX OFMATCHES, WITH STYLE!
I engineered theseMatchBox Covers to fit a standard 32 count box ofmatches, so that you can buy replacementmatchesat any grocery store or convenience store. I use diamond strike anywhere matches and they work great!
How to refill thematches: When you are done with one cardboard box ofmatches, just slide the entire cardboard box (including the sleeve with the strike area) out of the metal cover, and insert your new box ofmatches. Done and ready to go!
ABOUT THE DESIGN
Celtic knotwork patterns have been used for centuries as symbols of connection, protection, and good luck. And, let’s be honest, because they look awesome.
I made this bear because I've always liked bears and what they represent, but I had a hard time finding one that was neither too cute nor too ferocious. They symbolize strength, compassion, courage, and wisdom, but can also be very powerful when pushed too far. This is my second design iteration of the bear. My first attempt didn't capture the quiet strength of the bear. This design captures a good balance: looking friendly and open, and also showing the underlying strength of the bear.
All CelticKnotWorks pieces are proudly handcrafted in the USA. This is my original design, designed from scratch by me. I make these matchbox covers in partnership with my family business, Deva Designs.
*I can't include the matches themselves, to comply with U.S. shipping regulations. My Match Boxes fit the standard small pocket-sized box of matches, that you can find in any grocery store and convenience store.