Rocky Patel Reissues Luminoso Ashtrays in New Colors

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Rocky Patel Premium Cigars has reissued its Luminoso ashtray collection, though this time in three new colors: smoke, with a translucent gun metal hue; clear crystal, which allows the ashtray’s angles to refract light; and a violet-hued purple. Each of the color options includes a hand-painted, silver RP logo in the middle of the bowl.

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Luminoso ashtrays were first introduced in 2012 as part of Rocky Patel’s Luxury Lifestyle catalog, and were offered in amber, green, and blue. The amber variation is slated to return later this year. Like the originals, this new batch offers a bowl that is 7 inches wide and 1 inch deep. They’re also quite heavy, weighing in at 6 pounds, 4 ounces.

“More than just an ashtray, the Luminoso Collection reflects true luxury lifestyle,” said Mark Weissenberger, vp of marketing, via a press release. “It’s a decorative conversation piece. And if nothing else, you’ll be able to work the biceps with every cleaning.”

The new ashtrays began shipping in early February and are offered at a MSRP of $65.

Image courtesy of Rocky Patel Premium Cigars.

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