1432 Camacho American Barrel Aged Cigar **Man Box** Valet, Watch Box, Stash Box, Jewelry Box, Keepsake Box, Gun Box
I love to use these Camacho cigar boxes when I do my men’s valets and always get excited when I find a few! They are heavily hinged wooden cigar boxes with what they call a piano finish- 16 layers of lacquer! They come in all kinds of different colors too. This one is a Camacho American Barrel Aged and is a deep, fall, pumpkin, spice kind of orange and black. The Camacho scorpion logo can be found on both the inner and outer lid. I added the ornate feet, the bronze knob and lined it with black velvet. The original seal has been left as is for authenticity sake. 6.75 x 10 x 2.5 / 3″ with the ornate feet. Valet for keys, wallet, glasses, cell phone and change, watch box, gun box, jewelry box, stash box- the uses are endless. These valet / man boxes look great on a desk, dresser, bar, book case, coffee table – you get it. Great gift for Valentine’s Day, Father’s Day, graduation or groomsmen gifting. Perfect guy gift in general! THIS IS AN AUTHENTIC CIGAR BOX , SO SMALL FLAWS INFLICTED BY THE SMOKERS OF THE CIGARS ARE TO BE EXPECTED! This only adds authenticity, character and charm! Large flaws will be noted in the description. If you don’t like what you see, I can do custom cigar box purses and valets that can include anything you like!- pictures of family members, pets, places, collegiate or pro sports themes- you name it! I can add initials to any of my cigar box valets for a small charge too- just ask! I always ship insured. Feel free to call me! 813-655-8003 Humadorables by Susan-Home Also please follow Humadorables by Susan on Facebook and Instagram. https://www.facebook.com/Humadorables/ https://www.instagram.com/humadorablesbysusan/
History: Originally from Cuba, Simon Camacho was exiled and relocated to Miami, Florida, which is where he first started manufacturing cigars in 1961. An avid tobacco enthusiast himself, Camacho knew that he could obtain the finest tobaccos in Central America to make his signature smokes. He opened up his own tobacco factory in Miami and began having excellent tobaccos imported. As the business started taking off, Camacho set his eyes on Nicaragua as a place where he could manufacture his cigars. After relocating his facility, his business took off more than ever before. Before long, his cigars were beloved by famous smokers like Winston Churchill. Camacho eventually passed away in 1990. Five years later, the Eiroa family acquired the brand with the determination to continue his legacy. This was when the manufacturing facility was relocated to Honduras, another country known for its exceptional tobaccos. Julio Eiroa and Simon Camacho had a lot in common. Both of them were originally from Cuba but were transported to Florida during the revolution. Eiroa’s father had been a tobacco farmer since the early 1900s and had passed down his knowledge to his son. Shortly after the time of the brand’s acquisition, Julio’s son Christian took over. Julio had done well for himself and his family, acquiring massive plantations in Honduras where his signature tobacco could be cultivated. Christian was able to take the Camacho name to the next level by developing exceptional cigar products that became highly popular within the United States and around the world. By the late 1990s, about three million Camacho cigars were being produced annually, which shows how popular the name had become after the Eiroa family took over. In 2008, the Camacho brand and manufacturing facility were acquired by the Davidoff family. The Davidoff family was able to develop new branding and marketing strategies that have allowed the name to see success like never before. And, under the Davidoff family’s guidance, the name began to adhere to far more strict environmental guidelines.