Members of the world-famous Playboy clubs received metal keys bearing the Playboy logo on one side and a number on the other side. This heavy-duty bottle opener is a larger reproduction of those classic keys. Milled out of solid brass right here in the U.S. and weathered to a nice patina. Heavy, thick and ready to open your favorite beverages.
4" long x 1-1/2" wide x 3/8" thick. Made in the USA.
In the 18th century flasks were used mostly by high-browed members of the gentry, but by the early 20th century, ordinary American’s were sneaking them into sporting events, weddings and funerals. If you’re gong to get caught, do it with our Leather + Chrome Rabbit Head Flask, which features the iconic Rabbit Head logo on the front.
Measures 4.75"H x 3.00"W x 1.00”D. Imported. Hand wash.
Drop a sugar cube into one of our classic whiskey glasses and splash it with a couple of dashes of bitters. Pour in an ounce and a half of your favorite bourbon or rye and stir. Place a single large ice cube or a set of our chilled whiskey stones into the glass and rub an orange twist around the rim of our handmade whiskey glasses. Congratulations! You just combined a classic cocktail with one of the world’s most classic brands. Enjoy.
On the May 1964 cover, Playmate of the Year Donna Michelle becomes the brand by posing in the shape of the iconic Rabbit Head while wearing a white leotard. This was the first time a Playmate of the Year was featured so prominently on a cover. Each guitar comes equipped with a maple neck, Rosewood fingerboard, Spanish cedar box and hot mini-humbucker pick-up for amplification.
The sunny lady featured in her shades is California girl Vicki McCarty; students of students will remember her as Playboy's Phi Beta Kappa Playmate of September 1979. In this shot, Vicki is drinking a laser beam through a suggestive straw. Appropriate enough, since she has burned plenty of retina's all by herself. Each guitar comes equipped with a maple neck, Rosewood fingerboard, Spanish cedar box and hot mini-humbucker pick-up for amplification.