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Matchbox THE BOAT RACE

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A stylish and beautiful box of luxury matches, made from FSC wood and hand packaged in the UK. Each match is 4 inches long giving you extra burn time and each box contains 125 matches.Made in India Read more.

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Matches! Matches! Matches! Here at Archivist we are crazily enthusiastic about the whole business. Striking a match is often the start of something really special; a barbecue, a warm fire, a birthday or lighting your favourite scented candle - the match is where it all begins!   Our designs are printed on beautiful textured board and printed using traditional letter press printers to give a wonderfully tactile & special finish. Many of our designs take inspiration from traditional match box covers which give them wonderfully authentic, vintage look. They make the perfect gift for friends and family whatever time of the year!  Whilst fun is at the heart of everything we do at Archivist we also take the protection of the planet seriously - all our sticks are sourced from strictly controlled FSC certified woodlands whilst similarly all our packaging is compostable & eco friendly

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