Art Deco Humidor

June 3rd, 2011 by
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While veneering is commonly used for humidors, the different veneers and other accent pieces used here provide some very unique colors and textures.

Here’s my latest humidor project, tribute to the Art Deco period.  Materials: Teal birdseye maple veneer, solid ebony accents, curly maple accents, macassar ebony veneer, 3/8″ Spanish cedar lining inside.  Weight: approx 23 lbs,  finished in lacquer.  Dimensions: 18-3/4″ x 13-1/4″ x 6-1/2″.  Capacity: approx 150 cigars (6 x 54)  Has one dovetailed tray and 1-1/2″ space underneath.

- Norberto J Macias

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humidor corner

humidor top

humidor open

humidor tray

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3 Responses to “Art Deco Humidor”

  1. John says:

    Looks like a job well done… The test will come with how well it works, but judging by the post, it’s not your first rodeo.

  2. Had I made such a beauty of a project, I would have laser-engraved Rudyard Kipling’s poem, The Betrothed inside the lid. I would have highlighted the line, “A woman is only a woman. But a good cigar is a smoke.”

  3. vow,that’s the most fantastic humidor I have ever met.I will bookmark this for future use.

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