What you’re looking at is a lighter that was first introduced in 1926. This model was extremely popular in America until the era of mass-production hit and cheaper alternatives could be found in abundance. Instead of allowing the Douglass Lighter to become lost to time, a collection of Japanese craftsmen revived the storied flame maker. The Douglass Field S is built for the outdoors. A collection of O-rings and a wind guard make it operational even in harsh conditions. The cap to the fuel chamber hides a few secrets. It serves as a reserve fuel tank and conceals a spare flint for emergency situations. Built from solid brass, it’s one of the most attractive lighters we’ve ever come across.

  • 3” L
  • 2.3 oz.