Dunhill vintage lighters are the perfect partner for luxury cigars.
These lighters are a staple item seen among the collections of connoisseurs around the world as they are one of the very best
high end lighter companies.
A Dunhill lighter is the king of all lighters and is a work of art and has been classed so ever since Alfred Dunhill began designing and making them as high quality accessories of the very best
for cars of wealthy families and cigar
smokers. There has always been a great need for a lighter of high quality and one that can be relied upon. One of the first introductions of Dunhill lighters was during the early 1920s. Dunhill was the company that the wealthy cigar
smokers along with tobacco smokers came to for smoking accessories of luxury
of the very best
. The brand name designed lighters in numerous finishes and metals. These often included 9kt, 14kt, 15kt, 16kt and 18kt gold. Some of the designs included cigar
cutters or pipe tampers. Many of the designs to come from the company had been enamelled by one of the most famous enamels in Germany and France. It was throughout the art deco period that Dunhill began to design what many cigar
aficionados consider to be the finest enamelled pieces ever to be designed.Dunhill enlisted the help of enamellers from Japan who made some of the most striking luxury
examples of lighters using a special process while at the same time being the cutting edge in regards to innovation when it came to cigar
and tobacco lighters. At this time the brand name began to design and produce some of the very best
shaped and novelty lighters in the form of walking canes, guns, golf balls and hunting horns. It was also during this time that they designed the Dunhill Silent Flame lighters.During the 50s the brand name famous for their cigar
lighters introduced a brand new type of table lighter with the name of the Aquarium. These types of lighters were designed and manufactured from blocks of Lucite which had been carved from the inside and which were then filled in with paint in the design of an aquarium motif. Dunhill then progressed to painting scenes such as hunting and aviary scenes. Thanks to the introduction of butane lighters the brand name capitalized their new system with a brand new lione of Rooagas lighters and these models continue on today and are popular with cigar
smokers from around the world.