Sterling Silver Cigar Humidifier in the Shape of a Cigar, Simons Brothers and Company, Philadelphia, PA, Circa 1900
This humidifier, cleverly shaped like a cigar with two openings, provides moisture to the humidor, so the cigars stay plump and burn slowly. Water, ideally distilled, is added through the openings, then the piece is placed in the humidor. Evaporation does the rest of the work.
3/4" height, 3/4" length, 4 1/2" width. .6 troy ounces.