Just a week after their Executive Ashtrays were released, Nat Sherman has unveiled the company’s new line of Heritage Humidors, designed in collaboration with noted humidor maker Daniel Marshall, who produced them in Santa Ana, Calif.

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The exquisitely handcrafted, limited production humidors will debut in three exterior finishes: Macassar, burl and rosewood. Each humidor measures 14 inches in length, 10 inches in width and five-and-a-half inches in depth, which the company says is enough space to hold 125 coronas. All humidors have a matte finish, with no visible exterior hardware, and come with an MSRP of $2,300.

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Under the lid, each humidor features two movable dividers, in order to organize your collection to your liking. Humidity is created and maintained using three Boveda-60 gram two-way humidity control packs that are included with the humidor and which slot into an attached tray that is attached to the lid.

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The Nat Sherman Heritage Humidors are available at the company’s flagship townhouse in Manhattan as well as at select retailers throughout the country. The company is also expected to be releasing a line of Executive humidors that were shown at the trade show, but a release date has not yet been announced.

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