1684 Perdomo Cigar **Man Box**, Watch Box, Stash Box, Dresser Valet, Desk Box, Groomsman Gift

$69.99

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1684 Perdomo Cigar **Man Box**, Watch Box, Stash Box, Dresser Valet, Desk Box, Groomsman Gift

This is a classically beautiful, brown, wooden, Perdomo, Barrel Aged, Double Age Vintage cigar box turned valet- upcycling at it’s finest! The gorgeous, golden Perdomo labels can be found inside and out. I added the ornate feet, a black matte metal knob for ease of opening, and lined it with padded and plush black velvet. This cigar box originates in Nicaragua and was found here in Tampa. 7.5 x 8.5 x 3.5 / 4″ 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 cigar box comes as not being totally flush, but this is typical and does not affect value. 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- Home. Please sign up for email via this site to get in on sales and new products. Also please follow Humadorables by Susan on Facebook and Instagram.  https://www.facebook.com/Humadorables/     https://www.instagram.com/humadorablesbysusan/

History: Many people believe that Perdomo Cigars started just a couple of decades ago, but the truth is that the company’s roots go much farther back than one would assume.  It all started with Silvio Perdomo, who was born and raised just outside of Havana.  In the 1930s, Silvio was an apprentice for Cuesta y Cia, and that’s where he learned about the cigar industry and developed his love for the craftsmanship behind cigars. Throughout the 1930s and 40s, Silvio worked his way up the ladder, as did his son Nick, who eventually finding himself employed by the largest tobacco company in Cuba.  But, in 1959, Silvio was arrested due to conflicts of the Cuban Revolution.  It wasn’t until 1974 when he was finally granted permission to immigrate to the United States. In 1976, after following his father to the United States, Nick moved to Miami.  Nick’s son, Nick Junior, decided that he wanted to follow in the tradition of his family and begin working in the cigar industry.  For years, he served as an air traffic controller, but in the evening, he was hard at work launching a cigar empire from nothing.  After all, Nick Junior had no experience with the cigar industry other than enjoying the cigars that were given to him by his father and grandfather. After years and years of mastering his craft, Nick Junior was prepared to officially launch his business.  In 1992, he launched Nick’s Cigar Co in Miami.  At first, the company was about as threadbare as they come.  He had only enough employees to count on one finger, with one of them being his own wife.  However, he had a good formula.  Central American filler combined with Ecuadorian wrappers created a full-bodied flavor that was quickly becoming a sought-after one in the cigar industry. It took only five years for Nick’s Cigar Co to require a larger facility, simply because the demand had become too high.  In the first year, the company sold a million cigars, and Nick’s father, Nick Senior, had to step in to help.  Eventually, a second manufacturing facility was constructed in Nicaragua, which helped even out the workflow so that the company could continue to thrive. Today, the company operates outside of a massive manufacturing facility in Nicaragua.  In fact, it’s the second largest cigar-making facility in the country.  A couple thousand employees work together to continue the legacy of this legendary brand.