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Popular between the 1850s to the 1910s, match safes were the must-have accessory for both men and women alike from all corners of society.
Fashioned in everything from tin to platinum; ivory to tortoiseshell, these decorative little cases allowed a person to safely carry early friction matches in their pocket or purse without the risk of spontaneous combustion -- which was an all too common and unfortunate occurrence when carried loosely.
Match safes came in a variety of shapes and sizes and displayed any possible motif one could think of -- advertisements, political endorsements, tourist attractions, novelties and more!
This striking Edwardian era match safe was made in 1904 and is most likely silver plated brass. It has a beautiful hand chased Freemason design featuring a number of Masonic symbols including the all-seeing eye, the square and compass and the letter G.
It would make a wonderful collector's piece or gift for any Mason.
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