Each exclusive Humidor has been hand crafted using selected matched real burr wood veneers and artisan construction techniques to retain the definition and colour hues of the original photographic plates fifteen layers of hand applied lacquers and hours of hand polishing are used to achieve a near perfect rendition of these Historic Golfing references.
Authentically Presented on the lid is the iconic 17th Hole - commonly known as the famous ‘Road Hole’ at St. Andrews in 1924.
St. Andrews first hosted the Open Championship in 1873 and has since become The Home of Golf where every golfer hopes to play at least once. The two players are completing their rounds as the young caddie tends the flag.
In the background can be seen the Swilken Bridge that crosses the treacherous Swilken Burn which winds its way around the course and The clubhouse and hotel, ever present in images of Open victories beckon the weary golfers.