orcelain matchstrikers, known as Pyrogene after one of the major manufacturers, were a feature of every bistrot table. Many carried advertising for the leading absinthe marques. The striking surface was usually porcelain, occasionally a wooden insert.
Absinthe Glasses - The famous "Pontarlier" glass - the most sought after of all absinthe glasses - with its well delimited dose and its very typical shape that one can find on the famous Charles Maire chromolithography for the Pernod Fils absinthe. Height: 14.5 cm, diameter: 8.9 cm.