This is an antique, 14k gold, cigar cutter pendant. The piece is well crafted with a smooth polished finish. The side of the cutter swings outward to allow the cigar to be inserted through the bottom of the piece. When the button is depressed the knife within the piece slices through the cigar. The front of the cutter is monogrammed "JC". This is a great collectible piece that is in excellent condition.
This is a vintage cigar cutter that was made in Germany. D. C. Co GERMANY is stamped on one side and REX ARMAS HAVANA CIGARS on the other. There is some erosion due to age, but the cutter is in good condition. The cuter measures approximately 2 5/8 inches long and 1 1/2 inches at the widest point of the handle, when closed. This cigar cutter is circa 1920s.
This is a nice sterling silver cigarette case with gold finish inside and signed with the sickle and W STERLING. It measures 3” x 4”. It is in fairly good condition showing a few dings, but it easily opens and closes. Originally Maltby, Stevens & Company, the Watrous Mfg. Co. was started in 1896 in Wallingford, Connecticut and was one of the original companies that formed the International Silver Co. in 1898...
This Sterling Silver Cigarette Case is from the Art Deco era with gold finish inside and marked E.A.M. STERLING on the inside. The dimensions are 3” x 4”. It is in near perfect condition, no damage or dents, with little sign of previous use. It opens and closes very easily. No monogram.