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Dating back to the good old days (before that modern convenience called the match), the fire starter was popular when wood fires were a necessity for warmth and cooking. The pitcher was filled with lamp oil and a pumice stone, attached to the brass handle, was soaked in it. When lit, the stone burns for about ten minutes, which was plenty of time to get a fire going without kindling or newspaper. Usable today for decoration or fireplaces, wood stoves, or campfires.
Pitcher is about 6 inches tall. Rod is about 10 1\/2 inches long.
There are some scuffs on this piece--it is vintage--but it's totally usable and definitely would be great for display!
Please, treat all fire with caution.
Please, email with any questions.
I will ship Internationally, please email.

Vintage Fire Starter Pitcher and Pumice Stone Rod


  • Materials: brass, pumice stone
  • Only ships to United States from Michigan, United States.
  • Feedback: 3 reviews
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