Czevitrum Ashtrays Make U.S. Debut at 2019 IPCPR

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Czevitrum, a Czech company that specializes in handblown glass lamps, bowls and other accessories has released its collection of glass ashtrays to the U.S., making its debut at the 2019 IPCPR Convention & Trade Show by way of an appearance in the Dapper Cigar Co. booth.

For its line of cigar ashtrays, the company took inspiration from the face of a salamander, and as such the products are known as the Salamander ashtray. Each piece is handblown, which means that each piece is truly unique. The company takes pride on the ashtray’s unconventional design as well as its ability to be a function and decorative interior element.

The company offers two size options, large and small, both offered in five colors. The larger version has a diameter of just under 9.5 to 13 inches and a height of four to six inches, and weighs between 5.5 to 11 pounds, while the smaller version has a diameter of five to six inches and a height of three to four inches, weighing between one to 4.5 pounds.

The large version is offered in amber, smoke, red, blue and gold, while the small size is available in amber, smoke, green, white and gold. In addition, the company is planning to release an black on black option as well as a black and gold option.

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The ashtrays are priced between $280 and $565 based on size and color option. Czevitrum first released the ashtrays in Europe in 2015.

Shortly after this article was published, a representative from Czevitrum informed us that incorrect measurements had been originally sent over, the diameters, heights and weights have all been updated.

Images courtesy of Czevitrum.

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