Bram Warren is tucked away down an aisle, but when you walk by the art pieces in the booth immediately catch your eye.

Warren offers eight different shape ashtrays, but with dozens of different finishes and the ability to customize the colors, very few ashtrays will look the same. From their smallest ashtray retailing at $35 up to their largest table ashtray retailing at $155, they offer many different sizes in between. All the finish options and sizes can be seen on the website.

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One of the smaller ashtrays Warren sells looks like it’s a cigarette ashtray, but he made sure to point out that it was specifically for cigarillos. He noted he didn’t know of an ashtray that smaller cigars or cigarillos fit in without falling into the deep grooves most cigar ashtrays have, so he developed this smaller ashtray to fill the need. Called the Cinder and retailing at $35.

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You can see three of those ashtrays in the middle of the table in the photo above.

Bram Warren Caraman

The showpiece of the booth however was a prototype that they brought to the show called the Caraman. Retailing at $1,000, it’s a floor standing ashtray with a removable tray to make emptying ashes easy.

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Brian Burt

I have been smoking cigars since 2005 and reviewing them as a hobby since 2010. Initially, I started out small with a 50-count humidor and only smoking one or two cigars a month. Not knowing anybody else that smoked cigars, it was only an occasional hobby that I took part in. In March of 2010, I joined Nublive and Cigar Asylum, connecting me with many people who also shared an interest in cigars. Reading what they had to say about brands I had never heard of, I quickly immersed myself in the boutique brands of the industry and it was then that cigars transformed from a hobby into a passion.