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The cigarillo cabinet is a special cabinet in the smoking room of the Hotel Alfonso XIII in Madrid, Spain.
It was designed and built by the Spanish architect Manuel Sánchez Arcas and his assistant Ramón Mujica. The cabinet has been used since 1933 to store cigars for smokers at the hotel.
It is made of walnut wood and has two drawers with a total of nine compartments.
This is a very rare cigarillo cabinet that was created in 1933 by the famous Czech designer Ladislav Sutnar. The cabinet was made of wood, and it has a glass front with a metal frame. It was created as a gift for the cigar manufacturer Josef Koudelka, who had just opened his own factory in Prague.
The cigarillo cabinet is one of the most famous pieces of furniture designed by Ladislav Sutnar. It is also one of his most expensive pieces and has been estimated to be worth $10,000 today.
The cigarillo cabinet was created by the famous French designer Jean-Michel Frank in 1933. It is a small cabinet that fits on a table and stores cigars.
The cigarillo cabinet is a small table-top storage unit designed by Jean-Michel Frank in 1933. It was designed to store cigars and was made of stainless steel with a mirror top and gold trim. The design is simple but elegant, with the only exception being the door which has an ornate handle that opens up into two small shelves for storing cigars.