Cigar Accessory Review: Gore Artistry

Gore Artistry creates a unique line of cigar tools and ashtrays that are truly art. I could admire any of these pieces over a long period of time and still be amazed, finding new and interesting aspects I had not noticed before. I’ve never seen anything like this available in the cigar world before, and I am very excited to share them with you now!

Gerald and Jeff created Gore Artistry cigar accessories in order to have cigar accoutrements that matched their own style. Gerald is the designer and sculptor behind these fascinating pieces while Jeff runs the business. In fact, you will want to follow them on facebook to see previews of their latest projects: Gore Artistry on Facebook.

All the ashtrays and cigar tools are made of a marbled mixture of heat resistant resin, marble dust, and a fine bronze powder. There is a comfortable weight to each of the ashtrays as well. The cigar nubbers are not only unique in design but also fit very naturally in your hand. They come in a nice clear tube so that when not in use you may display them in your home.

I believe these pieces speak for themselves. If you are in Texas, I would recommend seeing if your local cigar shop carries them and to take a look at them in person. They are also available online from their site, There is a cigar for every palate, and now there is an accessory style for every smoker.





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  1. Peter Glad
    Apr 26, 2012 @ 10:43:59

    Ok, that octopus is freaking insane. I’m not a big fan of ashtrys since I either smoke outside or in a lounge so I dont really need one, but in this case I may make an exception.

  2. Hamilton Rucker
    Apr 26, 2012 @ 11:57:35

    Great video and informative….heading to Stogies to see if they have any of these in stock. Thanks Cigar Chick!

  3. teresa
    Apr 26, 2012 @ 12:52:19

    Agreed Peter, the Octopus is my favorite so far. We don’t really “need” anything. This is more of a “want” and special treat. 😉

    Sounds great, Hamilton. Stogies should have just about everything they make in stock. Tell Jorge I said hello.

  4. Peter Glad
    Apr 27, 2012 @ 00:03:45

    The issue is I tend to want too many things, Sadly this is likely going to be added onto the list.Not really sad for me, but my fiances.

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