Continuing with last post's theme on gentlemanly vices, what could go better with a fine Scotch than an even finer cigar? Nelson and Nelson offers an array of antique cigar cutters--from the classic to the exotic--in a range of price points. For our full collection of antique cigar cutters, please click here.
A classic Austrian antique silver ivory cigar cutter circa 1900 features a figural boar’s head deeply etched in silver to perfectly recreate the coarse, brittle fur of the boar. The boar's snout becomes the ideal insert for the cigar’s tip as the hinged cutter bears down from above. A small button underneath releases the cutter. Fully hallmarked and stamped with the G.A.S. maker’s mark. It has a fabulous patina and is in excellent condition.
This is truly a cigar aficionado’s delight! A sterling silver box with a cigar-cutting mechanism has a small button that when pressed releases and reveals a match box behind the match striker plaque below the button. Fully hallmarked and in very good condition, the box was made in London by Cooke & Kelvey in 1916 and retailed in Calcutta.