Dexter Saloon Cigar And Match Holder
A steer horn forms the holder for the cigars with an inset well for the matches with a striker. An angry wood carved Kodiak bear stands upon the horn looking through glass eyes. A smaller horn, positioned on the front, reads: Dexter Saloon, Nome A.T. 1900. Wyatt Earp built the Dexter Saloon in 1899 during the Alaska Territory Gold Rush and sold it in 1901. The base is white veined black marble with egg and dart trim, raised on four disc and ball feet. 13 1/2" x 8 1/2" x 11" high. No damage found.