Sir Winston Spencer-Churchill was a British statesman who was the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1940 to 1945 and again from 1951 to 1955.
He was born in a rich aristocratic and politically powerful family, at Blenheim Palace, Woodstock on 30 November 1874 and he passed away on 24 January 1965 in London.
Smoking cigars was the strongest love of Churchill's entire life
Winston Churchill decided to take a trip to Cuba just before his 21st anniversary - and immediately came under fire there. Cuban guerrillas had been fighting against Spanish soldiers since Cuba was still under Spanish Government and young Churchill was given a chance to write about the fight right in the field.
The most important thing about this trip was Churchill's quick addiction to Havana cigars. Once he had tasted them on the "...large, rich, beautiful island...", he could no longer stop this habit. Cigars have always been his passion; some sources say he smoked from 6 to 8 cigars a day and others state that he was able to smoke up to 10 cigars a day.
This Classy Ashtray with an amazing artwork on it shows Winston Churchill, one of the most well known politicians in the world, smoking cigars.
The model has been created for regular ashtray (104 mm diameter) however, you can scale it for other sizes.