The Nat Sherman Heritage Humidor

Nat Sherman Heritage Humidor lined in Milk Glass (Macassar)
The Nat Sherman Heritage Humidors are a limited production collection of humidors that embrace some of the most traditional humidor manufacturing styles of the early 20th century, while incorporating a more innovative humidification system in three classic exterior finishes. These gorgeous humidors are hand made in Santa Ana, California under the careful watch of humidor master Daniel Marshall.  Each humidor is lined in milk-glass, a popular humidor lining material from the Prohibition Era.

The Nat Sherman Heritage Humidors offer a non-porous, non-aromatic environment with an impenetrable seal, providing unwavering conditions for your most treasured cigars, while preventing any foreign odors or flavors from being absorbed by the tobacco during the aging process.  Each humidor features two movable dividers, in order to organize your collection.  Humidity is created and maintained using three Boveda-60 gram two-way humidity control packs (included).

Nat Sherman Heritage Humidor in Burl
Boveda’s patented two-way humidity control ensures a stable environment within the humidor by continually adding or removing humidity as conditions require. Simply remove the pouches from their transparent plastic outer wrap, and slide them into the wooden slots affixed to the lid.  Once the Boveda packs become rigid, they need to be replaced (likely every 3-4 months).  These incredible humidors, and their contents, will be sure to last for countless generations.
Nat Sherman Heritage Humidor in Rosewood.
The Nat Sherman Heritage Humidors are made in extremely limited quantities, and hold 125 coronas.   (Dimensions: 14" x 10" x 5.5").  All finishes are matte, with no visible exterior hardware.  
MSRP: $2,300.

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