Cigar connoisseur? Keep your cigars fresh, and ready to smoke in this beautiful dark walnut Humidor which holds up to 50 cigars. Tap the ashes into a 1944, 3" MK7 50 caliber brass shell casing Trench Art ash tray. The humidor measures 10"W x 8.5"D x 4.5"H. Vintage German cigar mold.
Own a piece of Cubs history! As part of an ongoing effort to restore and modernize Wrigley Field, several sections of seats were removed and replaced in the stadium. This “set of two seats” was removed in 2016, after the Cubs won the World Series. They have been authenticated with Major League Baseball’s seal of authenticity. Also, enjoy delicious North Carolina peanuts! An assortment of Aunt Ruby's customer favorites - Country Style, Honey Roasted and Roasted Redskin peanuts.
This Industrial "Steam Punk" Beer Tap Lamp is uniquely designed with many repurposed parts, including a beer tap. An additional 10" Budweiser beer pull is included with this package for customizing your Industrial Steampunk lamp! Measures 10” W x 18” H.
A beautiful pair of Turkish hanging wedding mirrors. One sterling silver mirror is oval shaped and measures 12" wide by 8.5" tall. The second sterling silver mirror is round shaped and 10.5 " across, 32" round.
The US Air Force Charity Ball is an annual gala that was started in 2004. That year, the Air Force Officers’ Spouses’ Club (AFOSC) at Bolling Air Force Base created a special committee to host a charity ball to benefit the Air Force Aid Society (AFAS), the official charity of the United States Air Force. Since its inception, the gala has generated over $7.25 million and become one of the largest fundraisers for AFAS.
This remarkable feat is due to the efforts of the US Air Force Charity Ball Committee. Year after year, a talented and energetic group of Air Force spouses bring an extended community of donors and volunteers together to create an unforgettable evening. This year is no exception as we again strive once again to deliver a singular experience that will also make a positive impact in the lives of our Airmen.