This summer a very special piece of craftsmanship was created in our workshop. A unique humidor in combination with a softly lit liqueur cabinet. As a special eye-catcher the glass pane was covered with a radiantly beautiful geisha. This masterpiece was created by carlie from carlies.artspace.
The Gerber Humidor Humidification System is a proprietary development based on our experience in the manufacture of cigar cabinets. We do not buy humidification equipment from a third party manufacturer, but have designed, tested and, over many years, continuously developed the humidor control and humidification system built into our cigar cabinets.
From the receipt of an order to the delivery of a handmade humidor of the best quality, many steps are required. An interested architect from the USA requested a custom-made luxury built-in humidor with electronically controlled humidification for his cigar-loving private customer.
Our customer in Great Britain is looking forward to his genuine Gerber Humidor. Our cigar cabinet is a built-in solution, designed as an eye-catcher in an individual whiskey cabinet. Classically we mitre the corners of the frame door and the frame itself.
Uniqueness and quality distinguish our humidors and distinguish the Gerber cigar cabinets from many alternatives. As with the No. 1 shown, the design is uniquely tailored to the customer’s wishes. We have stained the oak of the humidor in exactly the same shade as the customer’s cigar room.
In addition to our humidor models we have a lot of experience in the production of special solutions. The humidor shown here has been produced here in our manufactory and is now delighting our customers in the USA.
As carpenters with a passion, we have been making individual furniture to measure for over 135 years. The humidors have grown with us as a matter of the heart. Our cigar cabinets are now fully electronically equipped and fitted with the latest technology.
This beautiful table humidor in black high-gloss piano lacquer, has received a very special and personal touch. The heart of the humidor receiver was immortalized in the form of a filigree laser engraving in the glass of the lid.