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Material: Steel
IMCO 6300 Primex 1953 Julius Franz Meister Petrol Lighter In Chromed Steel MIB
Located in Miami, FL
Primex 6300 lighter designed by IMCO. This is a brilliantly engineered, unusual and quite ingenious semi-automatic pocket lighter designed by Julius Franz Meister in Austria, back i...
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1950s Austrian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

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Steel, Chrome

Hûkka, Narghile base, Persia or North India, 19th C.
Located in PARIS, FR
Hûkka, hookah base, in black steel with floral decoration in silver inlay. Persia or North India, 19th c. The top part is missing.
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1860s Antique Steel Tobacco Accessories

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Silver, Steel

S.T. Dupont Briquet De Poche LD Plaque Gas Cigarette Lighter With Original Box
Located in High Wycombe, GB
S.T. Dupont Briquet De Poche LD Plaque Gas Cigarette Lighter With Original Box and Papers Stamped 100NL95 No 2294 Made in Paris, France Purchase receipt shoes 4/2/1995 Goldsmith...
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20th Century French Art Deco Steel Tobacco Accessories

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Gold Plate, Steel

Climax Streamline 1930s American Art Deco Train Car Ashtray and Drink Stand
Located in Buffalo, NY
W.J. Campbell designed this art deco cocktail smoker in 1934 for the Climax Machinery Company of Indianapolis. The smoke stand and ashtray feature a circular ring which doubles as a ...
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1930s American Art Deco Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

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Metal, Copper, Steel, Chrome

S. T. DuPont Gatsby Paris Cigarette Lighter with Original Box and Papers
Located in High Wycombe, GB
S. T. DuPont Gatsby Paris Cigarette Lighter with Original Box and Papers Booklet stamped at purchase 2016 Stamped 1LY8N84 DuPont PARIS, Made in France on base.
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2010s French Art Deco Steel Tobacco Accessories

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Steel

Art Deco Silver Table Lighter
Located in Los Angeles, CA
A wonderful Aluminum Art Deco Table lighter by Saroma, made in Japan, 1960. A compliment to the cocktail table, desk or side table - in any room. The lighter is perfect for Cigars,...
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20th Century Japanese Mid-Century Modern Steel Tobacco Accessories

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Aluminum, Steel

Ronson Newark 1929 Art Deco Steel RonDeLight Table Lighter Black & Blue Lacquer
Located in Miami, FL
A ball table lighter designed by Ronson. Very beautiful RonDeLight Junior desk lighter, created in Newark United States by Art Metal Works Inc. for The Ronson Co. during the art dec...
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1920s American Art Deco Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

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Steel, Chrome

Set of 2 Ashtrays And Table Lighter Vintage Italian Design 1970s
Located in Palermo, IT
Set of 2 Ashtrays and table lighter Vintage, Italian design, 1970s. The ashtray is made of brass and decorated wood. It measures 20 cm x 20 cm x 3 cm high. The lighter measures 7.5 ...
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1970s Italian Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Brass, Steel

IMCO Julius Meister 1000 Ifa Storm Thumbwheel Mechanical Lighter In Solid Brass
Located in Miami, FL
IMCO mechanical lighter made by the Julius Franz Meister Company. This is an amazing authentic petrol lighter original from the art deco period. This industrial piece was originally designed and patented by Hans Silverknopf and was made in Austria back in 1925-26 by the Julius Meister Company, JMCO commonly know as IMCO. This is the final 4th model storm thumbwheel, called IFA-1000. It was crafted in solid polished brass and is fitted with mechanical sliding elements. This lighter has the rare sub-variety in the snuffer, is rounded and domed on top. The function is very simple, the metallic wheel on the lighter, when pushed down by one's thumb, will rub against the ferrocerium to produce a scorching spark. Simultaneously, the petrol vape is released, which is vaporized (depressurized) as soon as it exits the container. This lighter is near mint, is original not a reproduction and has been cleaned and polished to bring back his original splendor. IMCO The company was founded by Julius Franz Meister in 1907, the Julian Meister Co. (JMCO/IMCO) began as a button and metal goods factory in Vienna. Bernhard Silberknopf became a company partner during 1911. The factory began manufacturing lighters after World War 1. The first lighter model, the "Imko Feuerzeug" was patented in 1920 and several other models were produced during the early 1920s based on this patent. Hans Silberknopf patented the design for the famous "Ifa" Sturmfeuerzeug in 1925. IMCO produced other several models based on this patent. The design was copied by multiple U.S. and Japanese companies during the 1930s and 1940s and countless replicas have been produced. Frequently deceptively characterized as "trench lighters...
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1920s Austrian Art Deco Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

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Brass, Cut Steel

Guinco 1923 Large Table Desk Semi Automatic lighter In Solid Polished Brass
Located in Miami, FL
Desk table lighter designed by Samuel E. Ghinn. This is a superb and very rare table desk semi automatic petrol lighter, created in Cincinnati Ohio by Samuel E. Ghinn, back in 1923....
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1920s American Art Deco Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

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Brass, Steel

Polaire Paris 1938 Art Deco Table Desk Petrol Lighter-Clock In Chromed Steel
Located in Miami, FL
A desk lighter clock designed by Polaire Paris. A beautiful desk lighter-clock, created in Paris France by the Alphonse Brun company know as Polaire Paris, back in the 1938. This pi...
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1930s French Art Deco Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

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Steel, Chrome

Ronson 1937 Art Deco Heart Lighter Faux Tortoise Lacquer And Chromed Steel
Located in Miami, FL
Heart shaped lighter designed by Ronson. This an extremely rare heart shaped pocket petrol lighter, created in New Jersey United States by The Ro...
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1930s American Art Deco Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Steel, Chrome

Machine Age Copper and Steel Smokeless Ashtray
Located in Van Nuys, CA
Machine Age Copper and Steel Smokeless Ashtray featuring streamline styling with geometric accents. The ashtray features a solid copper construction with a polish steel interior with...
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1930s American Machine Age Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Copper, Steel

Doerr & Co American 1925 Lacquered Art Deco Smoking Station In Chromed Steel
Located in Miami, FL
Wall smoking station created by the Doerr Company. This is an amazing piece of American history, created during the art deco period, back in the 1925. Crafted with industrial machin...
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1920s American Art Deco Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

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Steel

Park Sherman 1930 Art Deco Chromed Steel Roller Box With Red And Black Bakelite
Located in Miami, FL
Decorative roller desk box designed by Park Sherman. Very decorative desk box, created during the art deco period in America by the Park Sherman Company, back in the 1930. This roller-lid box is very innovative in design and with Avant Garde look. It was crafted in chromed steel with red lacquer and elements in red and black Bakelite. It is fitted with a roller lid, which is in perfect working condition. The Park Sherman Company Park Sherman was an important Springfield company for several decades ending with the sale of the company to a New Jersey firm in 1960. They mass-produced smoking accessories, particularly lighters, as well as a multitude of office, novelty, and other items. The Park Sherman Company operated in Springfield, Illinois until 1960 when it was sold to a New Jersey company. A man named Jacob S. Sherman was the founder of the Park Sherman Company. The company sold miner's supplies (miner's cap lamps, match cases, etc.) and later specialized in things like coin banks and smoking accessories such lighters and cigarette cases. The company's products were sold throughout the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s. 'Everdry' was a brand name that Park Sherman used on some of its products. The word "Everdry" was used, for example, on match cases to indicate that the case would prevent the matches from getting wet. Presumably, your "Everdry" cigarette case kept the contents from getting wet. Materials: Chromed steel and red and black Bakelite. Weight: 231.7 Grams, (0.51 Pounds). Measurements: 114.3 mm by 101.6 mm by 63.5 mm (3.50 x 4.0 x 2.50 Inches). Literature: Rodney and Diane Capstick-Dale, The art deco Collectibles...
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1930s American Art Deco Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

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Steel

Park Sherman 1930 Art Deco Chromed Steel Roller Lid Box With Red Bakelite
Located in Miami, FL
Decorative desk box designed by Park Sherman. Very decorative desk box, created during the art deco period in America by the Park Sherman Company, back in the 1930. This roller-lid ...
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1930s American Art Deco Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

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Steel, Chrome

Cendrier Servofumo noir de Achille et Pier Castiglioni pour Zanotta Italy 1960
Located in AIX-LES-BAINS, FR
Servofumo est un cendrier ou vide poche ultra design, réalisé par Achille et Pier Giacomo Castiglioni fabriqué de 1961 à 1986 pour Zanotta. Il appartient à la série "Servi" d'Achille...
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1960s Italian Industrial Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Aluminum, Cut Steel

Ronson USA 1929 Art Deco RonDeLight Table Lighter In Black Lacquer And Steel
Located in Miami, FL
A ball table lighter designed by Ronson. Very beautiful RonDeLight Junior desk lighter, created in New Jersey United States by The Ronson Co. during the a...
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1920s American Art Deco Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

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Steel

EVANS 1940 Spitfire Pocket Lighter With Windshield Chromed Steel & Black Lacquer
Located in Miami, FL
Spitfire pocket lighter designed by Evans. Rare automatic spitfire pocket lighter, created in America by the Evans Company, back in the 1940. This very handsome piece has been crafted with deco-modernist patterns in chromed steel with accents decorations in black lacquer. This model is fitted with the hinged windguard adding extra rarity. It it never used or fired and is offered with the original box. Stunning modernist design, very decorative and surely a great conversation piece. Model: The Spitfire with windguard pocket lighter. Year: 1940. Materials: Chromed steel and black lacquer. Weight: 50 Grams. Measurements: 62 mm by 37 mm by 13 mm (2.44 x 1.46 x 0.52 Inches). Rarity: Rare with windshield and never fired condition. Marks: Lighter is stamped with the maker's mark and signed as follow; "EVANS FUEL U.S. PAT. REG, 19023". Evans The Evans Company first started out as a handbag and accessory manufacturing company, originating from Attleboro, Massachusetts as a novelty company in 1918. However, by the late 1920’s, the company took on a different path and began to manufacture lighters with a “lift arm system”. This system is very similar to the one used by the Alfred Dunhill Company – minus the fact that the flint wheel was located vertically, rather than horizontally. Many lighters were manufactured by the Evans Company with this “lift arm system” with a variety of attractive styles, including enameled cases. In addition, the Evans Company produced complementary cigarette cases and perfume sprays...
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1940s American Art Deco Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

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Steel, Chrome

Baier German 1947 Army Truck Lighter Cigarette Holder And Ashtray In Aluminum
Located in Miami, FL
Army Truck Lighter, Cigarette case & ashtray by Walter Baier Company. Beautiful large sized aluminum lighter by the Baier Company, in the shape of a...
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1940s German Mid-Century Modern Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Aluminum, Steel

Ronson England 1929 Deco RonDeLight Steel Table Lighter Black & Cream Lacquer
Located in Miami, FL
A ball table lighter designed by Ronson. Very beautiful RonDeLight Junior desk lighter, created in England by The Ronson Co. during the art deco period, b...
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1920s English Art Deco Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Steel

EVANS 1952 For Loyal Automatic Table Lighter In the Shape Of Large Leather Boot
Located in Miami, FL
Automatic table lighter designed by Evans. Stunning automatic lighter, created in America by the Evans Company, back in the 1952. This very handsome piece has been crafted in the shape of a boot, most probably as a promotional item by the Loyal Boots Company. It is made in genuine cordovan leather and chromed steel. These full automatic Evans lighters...
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1950s North American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

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Steel, Chrome

Ronson 1936 Pik a Cig Magic Monkey Striker Touch Lighter & Cigarette Dispenser
Located in Miami, FL
Art deco magic monkey mechanical dispenser box designed by Ronson. An extremely rare and very decorative mechanical desk box, created in the city of Newark, New Jersey United States by The Ronson Metal Works Co. during the art deco period, back in the 1936. This is the mechanical Pik-a-Cig Monkey box...
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1930s American Art Deco Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Bronze, Steel, Enamel

A Rare American Art Deco Red CLIMAX Cocktail Smoker Stand
Located in Buffalo, NY
W.J. Campbell designed this art deco cocktail smoker in 1934 for the Climax Machinery Company of Indianapolis. The smoke stand and ashtray feature a ci...
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1930s American Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Steel, Chrome

IMCO 6500 Table Petrol Lighter 1950 By Julius Franz Meister Green Chromed Steel
Located in Miami, FL
Candle Triplex 6500 table lighter designed by IMCO. This is a brilliantly engineered, unusual and quite ingenious semi-automatic table petrol lighter designed by Julius Franz Meister in Austria, back in the 1950. This model was made by the IMCO company and was named Candle triplex 6500. Has been crafted in solid chromed steel, with aluminum parts and embellished with green lacquer. This lighter is in unused grade, never fired and in superb mint condition with the original box from the stated period. About the mechanic, there is a button on the inserted lighter - pressure solution for stone-flint change. The lighter has a sliding flame regulator or windshield, a space in the base-socket for reserve stones-flints and a special filling tank that you can either pull out for filling or you can pull out the bottom for filling. Stunning modernist design. Model: Triplex Candle Table lighter 6500. Materials: Chromed Steel, aluminum and green lacquer. Weight: All together 66.30 Grams. Measurements: 63.5 mm by 63.5 mm by 207 mm (2.50 x 2.50 x 8.15 Inches). Rarity: Rare in mint, never fired condition and with the original box. Marks: Stamped with the maker's mark and signed as follow; "IMCO MADE IN AUSTRIA 6500". IMCO IMCO was a very important Austrian manufacturer of cigarette lighters. Established in 1907 by Julius Franz Meister, who was formerly a manufacturer of brass buttons for the Austro-Hungarian Army. The first IMCO lighters...
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1950s Austrian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

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Aluminum, Steel, Chrome

A Classic Cartier Briquet Cigarette Lighter With Original Cartier Box
Located in High Wycombe, GB
A Classic And Elegant Cartier Briquet Standard Steel Satin Finish Cigarette Lighter With Original Cartier Box Made in Switzerland Serial number N10009 Purchased 25/9/00 Original re...
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21st Century and Contemporary English Art Deco Steel Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Steel

Rare English Sheffield wick trimmer with wick collection box, c. 1790
Located in Kenilworth, IL
Rare Sheffield wick trimmer fitted with a hall marked steel wick trimmer blade. The finger loops, wick box, and wax pick are decorated with scollop shell elements. The trimmer is rai...
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Late 18th Century British Antique Steel Tobacco Accessories

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Steel

Dunhill Steel and Black Crocodile Leather Unique Sports Lighter
Located in Mexico City, MX
A special steel and crocodile leather Unique Sport lighter by Dunhill. The lighter is numbered 23638 on bottom.
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1950s British Art Deco Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

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Steel

Dunhill London 1954 F-86 Jet Aircraft Table Desk Lighter In Polished Chrome
Located in Miami, FL
F-86 Jet fighter aircraft table lighter designed by Alfred Dunhill. An unusual table desk lighter made in London England by the renowned Alfred Dunhil...
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1950s English Mid-Century Modern Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

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Steel, Chrome

Ronson 1938 Art Deco Machine Age Black Geometric Deluxe Classic Touch Tip Lighte
Located in Miami, FL
A Deluxe desk lighter designed by Ronson. This extremely rare Ronson Deluxe Classic Touch-Tip lighter was made in 1938 by the Ronson Art Metal Works Inc. located in Newark, New Jersey in the United States. This lighter began a very successful era for Ronson Touch Tip...
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1930s American Art Deco Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

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Steel, Chrome

Ronson 1938 Art Deco Table Touch Tip Octette Lighter Machine Age Geometric
Located in Miami, FL
An Octette desk lighter designed by Ronson. This Ronson Touch-Tip Octette table lighter was made between 1935 and 1951 by the Ronson Art Metal Works Inc. located in Newark, New Jers...
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1930s North American Art Deco Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

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Steel, Enamel

Ronson USA 1934 Art Deco Faux Tortoise Lacquer Rondette Desk Lighter In Chromed
Located in Miami, FL
A stainless steel lighter designed by Ronson. Very beautiful Rondette desk lighter, created in New Jersey United States by The Ronson Co. during the art deco period, back in the 193...
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1930s North American Art Deco Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

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Steel, Chrome

Chrome Telephone Cigarette Table Lighter by Peacock in Occupied Japan
Located in Van Nuys, CA
Peacock Chrome novelty telephone table lighter. Marked "Made in Occupied Japan" on the lighter top and "Peacock" under the base. Size 2 1/4" tall wi...
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1940s Japanese Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

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Steel

Ronson 1938 Art Deco Machine Age Geometric Deluxe Classic Desk Touch Tip Lighter
Located in Miami, FL
A Deluxe desk lighter designed by Ronson. This extremely rare Ronson Deluxe Classic Touch-Tip lighter was made in 1938 by the Ronson Art Metal Works Inc. located in Newark, New Jersey in the United States. This lighter began a very successful era for Ronson Touch Tip...
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1930s North American Art Deco Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

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Enamel, Steel, Chrome

Ronson 1930 Pik a Cig Magic Penguin Touch Tip Cigarette Dispenser Desk Box
Located in Miami, FL
Art deco magic penguin mechanical dispenser box designed by Ronson. A beautiful, exceedingly rare and very decorative mechanical dispenser desk box, created in the city of Newark, N...
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1930s North American Art Deco Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

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Bronze, Steel

Dunhill England 1940 Desk Table Unique Lift Arm Petrol Lighter with Shagreen
Located in Miami, FL
Unique petrol lighter designed by Dunhill. Beautiful and elegant table desk lift arm petrol lighter, designed by the Alfred Dunhill Company during the post war period, circa 1940-...
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1940s English Art Deco Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

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Silver Plate, Steel

Chase Usa Co. 1930 Art Deco Geometric Steel Box with Bakelite and Wood
Located in Miami, FL
Geometric Art Deco box designed by Chase Usa Co. Beautiful Streamline geometric box, created during the Art Deco period by the Chase USA Co., back in the 1930. This trinket box ha...
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1930s American Art Deco Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

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Steel

Ronson 1939 Art Deco Table Touch Tip Octette Lighter Machine Age Bakelite Steel
Located in Miami, FL
An Octette desk lighter designed by Ronson. This Ronson Touch-Tip Octette table lighter was made between 1935 and 1951 by the Ronson Art Metal Works Inc. located in Newark, New Jers...
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1930s American Art Deco Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

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Steel, Chrome

Ronson 1935 Buffalo Touch Tip Striker Lighter In Black Cast Steel & Chrome
Located in Miami, FL
Desk buffalo touch tip Striker designed by Ronson. The striker lighters made by Ronson are famous under collectors. This extremely rare desk Striker L...
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1930s North American Art Deco Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

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Chrome, Steel

Ronson 1926 Art Deco Rare Near Mint Banjo Automatic Lighter in Silver on Steel
Located in Miami, FL
Banjo lighter designed by Louis V, Aronson for Ronson. An extremely rare and virtually in near mint condition with no traces of wear or usage Banjo lighter designed by Louis V, Aronson for The Ronson Company. This Banjo automatic lighter is an American icon and was created during the Art Deco period in 1928. Crafted in solid steel and brass parts, with a .925/.999 sterling silver overlay. The body is accented with horizontal incised straight lines in a sequence of one line, a space and five lines, Fitted in one side only, with a diagonal 45 degree plain rectangle for engraving. Designer: Louis V. Aronson. Company: Ronson. Weight: 54.60 Grams, (35.04 Dwt). Measurements: 62 mm by 58 mm by 13 mm (2.44 x 2.28 x 0.51 Inches). Hallmarks Stamped with the maker's mark, the patent and signed, "Ronson LIGHTER THE ART METAL WORKS NEWARK N.Y". Text engraved on the snuffer, "Ronson LIGHTER P.T.D. DEC 31 1918 OTHERS PAT PDG.". The Ronson Lighter Company The started as The Art Metal Works in 1897 and was incorporated on July 20, 1898, by Max Hecht, Louis Vincent Aronson and Leopold Herzig, in Newark, New Jersey. Louis V. Aronson was a huge creative driving force for the company; and, with a few business adjustments, including the addition of Alexander Harris...
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1920s North American Art Deco Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

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Silver, Sterling Silver, Brass, Steel

Polaire Paris 1935 Art Deco Bauhaus Table Desk Lift Arm Tower Lighter
Located in Miami, FL
Table desk tower lighter designed by Polaire Paris. An sleek and elegant table lighter, created in Paris France by the Polaire company, back in the 1935. It was crafted with pure ...
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1930s French Art Deco Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

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Steel, Chrome

Alfred Dunhill 1949 Standard Aquarium Lift Arm Petrol Lighter In Perspex Lucite
Located in Miami, FL
Standard Aquarium desk lighter designed by Dunhill. Very rare standard size Aquarium desk petrol lighter, designed by Dunhill back in the 1949. This mechanical lift arm lighter has been designed in England after the world war II. Has been individually crafted as a one of a kind piece by recycling the perspex lucite from the destroyed war airplanes. Composed by four carved pieces and polished steel parts. This example is virtually in mint condition and barely used, showing absolutely no traces of any wear. Weight: 460 Grams, (168.34 Dwt). Measures: 101 mm by 78 mm by 51 mm ( 3.98 x 3.11 x 2.0 Inches). Hallmarks: Stamped with the maker's mark and signed, "DUNHILL LIGHTER MADE ENGLAND". Alfred Dunhill inherited his father’s London saddlery in 1893. Following the increase in motor car ownership, Alfred developed the business to include motoring accessories, which he called ‘Dunhill’s Motorities’. This included goggles, timepieces, picnic sets, and leather coats, and it wasn’t long before the brand became associated with men’s general motoring attire. They opened two shops in Mayfair and had a catalogue of over 1300 items. Between the 1904 and 1905, Dunhill introduced their ‘Windshield Pipe’, to help drivers combat the effect of wind and travel on their ability to smoke. This marked both the end of the ‘motorities’ focus and their entry into the world of smoking ephemera, and they shortly opened their first tobacconist in 1907 on Duke Street. The proximity to several esteemed Private Members Clubs around the Mayfair, St James’ area ensured that the venture was a success. (From Nicholas Wells With Thanks). Literature: Blei-Bottoni Ref-418 Pp-220-225 for similar examples of the technique Illustrated. Collateral: It is accompanied by a presentation green pouch...
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1940s English Mid-Century Modern Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

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Enamel, Steel

Ronson USA 1938 Art Deco Touch Tip Lighter Junior Bar In Steel & Lacquer
Located in Miami, FL
Junior barman with touch tip lighter designed by Ronson. An exceptional and very beautiful desk piece, created in New Jersey United States by The ...
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1930s American Art Deco Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

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Steel

Ronson 1940 Art Deco Machine Age Geometric Table Touch Tip Octette Lighter
Located in Miami, FL
A desk lighter designed by Ronson. This Ronson Touch-Tip Octette table lighter was made between 1935 and 1951 by the Ronson Art Metal Works Inc. located in Newark, New Jersey in the United States. This lighter began a very successful era for Ronson Touch Tip series of lighters which pushed out the strike lighters...
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1930s North American Art Deco Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Chrome, Enamel, Steel

Ronson 1954 Harold Sitterle Rosenthal Desk Tall Lighter White & Black Porcelain
By Rosenthal, Ronson, Harold and Trudi Sitterle
Located in Miami, FL
Desk petrol lighter designed by Harold Sitterle (1921-1993) for Ronson. Fabulous avant garde petrol table lighter, created in the 1954 by the American artist Harold Sitterle for t...
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1950s German Mid-Century Modern Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Steel, Chrome

Holger Bäckström and Bo Ljungberg for Akvamatik Ab. Ultima Ashtray
Located in Copenhagen, DK
Holger Bäckström and Bo Ljungberg for AKVAMATIK AB, Tranås, Sweden. ULTIMA ashtray in steel, Swedish design. Approx. 1970s. Polished aluminium. Excellent condition with minor sig...
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1970s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Steel

Chrome "Lucky Car" Lighter Occupied Japan with Box
Located in Van Nuys, CA
Figural Lucky Car Automobile Cigarette table lighter made in occupied Japan. Condition is good with wear to the middle portion that pops up ...
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1940s Japanese Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Steel

Hand Etched Cylinder Table Lighter, Circa 1930
Located in Van Nuys, CA
Art Deco era Etched zigzag steel cylinder Lighter named "The Executive" By AR. Circa 1930, Measures: 3.5" tall X 2" diameter.
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1930s Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Steel

Midcentury Round Ashtray White Travertine Marble and Steel, Mannelli Italy 1970s
Located in Roma, IT
Elegant midcentury rounded white travertine marble ashtray or bowl. Fratelli Mannelli probably designed this fantastic piece in Italy during the 1970s. This wonderful item is made...
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Late 20th Century Italian Mid-Century Modern Steel Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Travertine, Marble, Metal, Steel, Chrome

Sam Chermayeff Outdoor Contemporary Object Brushed Steel Ashtray "Beasts" Series
Located in Barcelona, ES
Sam Chermayeff Ashtray From the series “Beasts” Produced in exclusive for SIDE GALLERY Manufactured by ERTL und ZULL Berlin, 2021 Brushed steel Contemporary Design Measurem...
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21st Century and Contemporary German Steel Tobacco Accessories

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Steel

19th Century Steel and Bronze Virginian Tobacco Hatchet
Located in Middleburg, VA
Unusually ornate 19th century tobacco hatchet. Hand-forged steel blade with bronze handle. Virginia, circa 1840. Measures: 13" H, 4.5" W, 0.5" D.
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19th Century American Romantic Antique Steel Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Bronze, Steel

1950s Perforated Metal Atomic Dish Ashtray Nº S30 by Richard Galef Ravenware
Located in Hyattsville, MD
Wonderful 1950s functional design, and such an ingenious and sculptural piece. Also with a domed glass inset.  
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1950s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

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Steel

Luxury Set Smoke Steel and 1970 Swarovsky Crystals for a Big Yacht Diamonds Chic
Located in Palermo, Sicily
Luxury set smoke steel and 1970 Swarovsky crystals for a big yacht diamonds chic. Precious objects of great value, of great quality of execution. Cigarettes box height cm.13.5, dia...
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1970s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Steel Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Crystal, Steel

Servofumo Ashtray by Castiglioni Steel Alluminium Italy 80s-90s
Located in Milano, IT
Servofumo is an ashtray that belongs to the \"Servi\" series by Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni. Ashtray with polypropylene base, steel support rod and sand tray in painted alum...
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20th Century Italian Mid-Century Modern Steel Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Aluminum, Steel

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