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2" Confit Match Striker, White/Natural

$42.00
Est. Arrival: Nov 22 - Nov 27
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COLOR white/natural
DIMENSIONS 1"Dia x 2.25"H
INCLUDES striker, matches
MADE IN USA
MADE OF stoneware
SKU 77388279
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Nov 22 - Nov 27
RETURNS This item is returnable within 30 days of delivery. Restocking and return shipping fees may apply. See our Return Policy for details.
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New England native and Farmhouse Pottery founder Zoe Zilian wanted to create a place with a modern farm aesthetic and farm-to-table values infused with traditionally crafted designs. She began cultivating a network of farmers and craftsmen, and in 2010, began learning the art of fragrance and designing products in her pottery studio.
Why we love this

This artisanal match striker is crafted of stoneware with a petite silhouette and neutral, two-tone palette. Matches included.

About the Brand
New England native and Farmhouse Pottery founder Zoe Zilian wanted to create a place with a modern farm aesthetic and farm-to-table values infused with traditionally crafted designs. She began cultivating a network of farmers and craftsmen, and in 2010, began learning the art of fragrance and designing products in her pottery studio.
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