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African Sporting Creations
1421 Lexington Avenue, Suite 257
Mansfield, OH  44907

(419) 529-5599

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Mammoth Ivory Cigar Cutters
Our mammoth ivory cigar cutters are available in two sizes and can be personalized. The original (top) is best suited for smaller images or initials, while the "Fat Boy" (bottom) is the best option for larger images and company logos. Alternatively, you can also choose one of our best sellers depicting a head shot of a leopard, elephant, lion or Cape buffalo shown on this page.

Create your own design.
Call us at (419) 529-5599 with your custom requests.

Note: You will be presented with the option to upgrade to the "Fat Boy" version for an additional $40 when adding an item to your cart.

Cigar Cutters
Mammoth Bark Cigar Cutter
Mammoth Bark Cigar Cutter
Quantity in Basket: None
Code: FINE700-9
Price: $499.00
This exquisite cigar cutter features the most colorful and unique part of the tusk, the outer bark. Each one is as unique as a fingerprint because each piece absorbs the minerals from the soil they have been buried in for millions of years in a different way. May be primarily brown, green, or on rare occasions, blue.