Luxury safety matches approx 100 per box. Measuring 100mm long.
Archivist uses the traditional letterpress printing technique to create its range of cards and stationery. Founded in 1994 by Sarah and William Allardice, the brand aims to create timeless pieces that imbue a sense of fun, as well as being useful.
Archivist’s luxury matches come in printed boxes that double as keepsakes themselves, making them an ideal gift, whilst the charming designs on their greeting cards offer universal appeal. Some of London’s finest museums back the brand; the V&A are a stockist and the Natural History Museum commissioned its own collection.
Eric Ravilious is one of the most celebrated artists of the mid 20th century. His main body of works were either wood engravings or watercolours that always displayed both his unique palette and unusual compositions. His works have a timeless charm which still makes them very accessible today. He was killed in 1942 whilst serving as a war artist with the Royal Air Force.