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  1. Projects Humidor Mahogany and Spanish Cedar

    Humidor I built for a friend.
  2. Humidor Completed

    My first humidor completed and many thanks to Douglas, Tom and Caver for their tips and advice, much appreciated! This is obviousley Curly Maple with Sapele for the lift and keys. Lined throughout with Spanish Cedar. The top lining is integrated with the top of the box and also the bottom...
  3. Small Humidor

    Wants: Try building a Humidor Use the 8/4 Brazilian Cherry that's been taunting me in my shop Make something amazing for a great friend. check, check, check. I finally decided to build a humidor, for a guy that could be classified as the best friend a guy could want. We never have more than a...
  4. Macassar Ebony & Walnut Humidor

    This was my first attempt at veneering and doing a French polish. The veneer on the box is the 3rd application of veneer as the first two had to be scraped off due to the book match separating as the veneer dried. I also had issues with applying the finish mainly due to having issues with lack...
  5. Mahogany and Paduk Humidor

    Mahogany with Paduk humidor. I am only an occasional cigar smoker…5-6 times a year, mostly on vacation or visiting friends for the weekend. So I have no need for a humidor to keep a large "inventory" of cigars fresh all the time…but I do like specific brands and don't always trust that I can...
  6. First Humidor I've made

    Made this humidor as a gift for my brother. First time making a box with a lid. Not nearly as easy as it seems, but I'm happy with the first attempt. Woods used are Peruvian Walnut, Lacewood, and Maple.
  7. Anejo Humidor

    Curly Maple, Bubgina edging and key splines The bottom key spline is deliberately unevenly spaced from the other two to give the case a feeling of vertical action and a somewhat lighter feel. The name "Anejo Humidor" denotes that this particular humidor (one of several I have made, including a...
  8. Custom Made Humidor

    NOT MADE BY ME, MADE BY MY FATHER My father makes humidors and just gives them away to friends and family. Of course he has one himself though. He'll spend no less then 40 hours on each one. So I want some other peoples comments. Let me know what you think so I can convince him to start...
  9. Started as a box, now it's a Humidor

    I hadn't built any boxes lately so this project started as that, a box. It is bubinga with a book matched QS sycamore top and sycamore splines and a QS cherry bottom. The splines got a little lost once the finished was applied. Once it was done, I decided to line it with spanish cedar and call...
  10. Wenge & Zebrawood Humidor

    This is another humidor that I did as a commision from a previous customer. Wenge for the box and Zebrawood for the top and accents. Obviously spanish cedar for the lining and of course good 'ole brusso hardware. Sanding done down to 220. Dimensions are 13×9 x 5 and the finish is 5 coats Watco...
  11. Cedar Lined Solid Ash Cigar Humidor

    Solid ash in construction, with a walnut band and square inlay. Lined with red cedar to protect cigars from tobacco worms.
  12. Massive Humidor

    Here is a humidor that is for storing and aging cigar boxes, thus no trays. It's solid hardwood with a African Mahogany and Wenge, lined with Spanish Cedar, a frosted edge glass lid and Wenge dovetail keys. The box is 30"x13"x13" and weighs about 35 lbs. The second to last last pic shows how...
  13. Cherry cigar humidor

    Cherry humidor with maple splines and butcher block finish.I figured the butcher block finish would be acceptable, because it is foodsafe and if the cigars absrobed them there would be no toxicity.Only after making it and giving it as a gift was I informed that a humidor should be preferably...
  14. Gift for a Co-worker: Humidor or Tea Chest

    I built this as a gift for a co-worker. I'll talk to his wife tomorrow to see what would be a better gift, a humidor or a tea chest. If a humidor, I'll pull out the dividers, line the inside with spanish cedar, and add a hygrometer. If it is destined to be a tea chest, then the project is...
  15. Mahogany and Myrtle Burl Humidor

    Full story available at puff.com Final Details: Outside Demension: 12 3/4"W X 9 5/8"D X 5 1/8H Inside Demension: 10 3/4"W X 7 5/8"D X 3 3/4"H According to THIS capacity calculator, the capacity is approximately 100 Coronas. Sides: 3/4" Mahogany With water based gel stain and tung oil finish...
  16. Failed Humidor

    This was a simple humidor with a lift lid, nothing too fancy, but my first attempt at burl veneer and solid mitered edge bandings. The main box is 3/4 cherry, which is a bit thicker than what I planned. I wanted it heavy and less susceptible to moisture even though it would be lined, but in...
  17. cherry and maple humidor

    i made these humidors for myself and as Christmas presents for a friend and two family members who smoke. lots of lessons learned in the process. i had never made a box before, so that was the first challenge. but the biggest enigma was the finish. how does one finish a wooden box whose...
  18. Humidor

    This was my first humidor. Black walnut (my favorite) outside with of course the spanish cedar on the inside. Should hold 50 cigars. I thought I had made a mistake with the grain pattern going from front to back instead of the traditional long ways. The lid started to bow a little at first...
  19. walnut and maple humidor

    second of four humidors. walnut with bookmatched maple top, splines, and knobs. finish is danish oil and wipe on poly. thanks for looking!
  20. Cigar Humidor

    Spanish Cedar carcass and interior lining, veneers of Movingui and Pau Ferro, and solid Gabon Ebony binding. 65 ct.
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