Handmade wooden matchbox with painted interior.
- Ambrosia Maple: The tiny holes and elongated, colorful streaks of Ambrosia Maple are caused by an inhabitation of the Ambrosia beetle in a North American Maple tree. Once the tree is cut down and the beetle evacuates, the result is lumber with a highly desirable grain.
- Birdseye Maple: The distinctive pattern of Birdseye Maple resembles tiny, swirling eyes which disrupt the smooth lines of a North American Sugar Maple tree’s grain. The cause of this natural figure is unknown and cannot be reproduced, making it a welcome phenomenon.
- Walnut: Walnut is a North American classic. It primarily grows in Eastern United States, and is sought after for its varying figure and superior workability. When finished, this domestic lumber reveals its deep, lustrous grain and rich chocolate brown tones.
Matches included; Woodgrain varies per piece.
Designed and created by Glaze Studio in Brooklyn, NY.
Dimensions: 3” x 2.5” x 1.125”