WINNER ANNOUNCED!! Are there any low production cigar accessory artisans left in the world today?


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Humidores Habana.

Ill post up some photos when I move from the work desk to the personal desk in an hour or so.

Edit: It took me longer than an hour, but I got a few photos uploaded. 

@Ryan Do you know much about the James Fox 135th Humidor in the 3rd photo down? These photo's would have been taken in April 2018 I believe. Do you guys routinely partner with Humidores Habana?

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28 minutes ago, Corylax18 said:

Humidores of Havana.

Ill post up some photos when I move from the work desk to the personal desk in an hour or so.

It is unbelievable with what they do with what they have. Love their quality and craftsmanship. A number of years ago a group of us went there and got to see the whole operation with @Nino  It was one of the best excursions I’ve gone in in Havana. 

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6 hours ago, RichG said:

There’s a hand engraver I came across who does beautiful Xikar cutters. Unfortunately these are well outside my price range…but I appreciate the craftsmanship nonetheless. 

https://www.melissamstudios.com/shop

On account of my screen name/user ID I guess I am obligated to ask how much this little work of art might run a guy?

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This place is where I was going to buy a humidor before I decided to build my own. The customer service was great and communication. They were willing to customize it to my liking as well. Their quality looked top notch. 
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here is their link they make all kinds of sizes. 
https://www.amcigcab.com/personalseries.html

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11 hours ago, Huckleberry said:

On account of my screen name/user ID I guess I am obligated to ask how much this little work of art might run a guy?

It would appear that Doc Holiday cutter sold for $2500 USD.

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2 hours ago, RichG said:

It would appear that Doc Holiday cutter sold for $2500 USD.

In which case, that’s insane :)

Gorgeous stuff, incredibly talented, but anything over $30-40 for something I can lose at the drop of a hat is out of the question.

I’d have a helluva cutter with nothing to cut with it.

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1 hour ago, Huckleberry said:

In which case, that’s insane :)

Gorgeous stuff, incredibly talented, but anything over $30-40 for something I can lose at the drop of a hat is out of the question.

I’d have a helluva cutter with nothing to cut with it.

Indeed. You might need a special rider on you homeowners insurance for a $2,500 cutter!

I will say though that her engraving work is absolutely gorgeous.

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42 minutes ago, BuzzArd said:

This is something I would like to learn how to do....   Beautiful.

From what I recall there’s a video on her Instagram where she’s using what appears to be some kind of microscope to do her engravings. She must have freakishly steady hands. 

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