The Palacio “Casa Cubana” cigar humidor is a piece of Havana to keep cigars …
Jewels of Spanish colonial architecture,
Havana took its architectural development in the 17th century with the aristocratic families settled in the Caribbean then at the end of the 19th century with the Cuban families who founded the first cigar factories.
Its architecture has remained preserved from the ravages of modernism and the buildings, with their colors washed out by time,
are all testimonies to the splendor of the Spanish imprint.
Cigar humidor of 110 cigars composed of 12 wood species
Marquetry throughout the house
Metal transfer of roof and balcony
Limited and numbered edition out of 99
1 Needle hygrometer
32cm x 27cm x 23.5cm