The company's pipes are distinguished by their trademarked "White Spot." Tobacco proved a more successful venture for the company and allowed for expansion with shops in Paris and New York.
Lighters have been an important staple in the Dunhill stock.
The prototype was created from an old mustard can and featured a horizontal flint, allowing the user to operate it with just one hand.
This led to the launch of the landmark lighter named ‘Unique’, which was the must have accessory of the time and is still in production today.
The company has produced just one female fragrance to date—2001's Desire.
The first men's fragrance under the brand was offered in 1934, the original Dunhill for Men.
Dunhill revitalized its brand in 2005, introducing its luxury products to a new generation of customers and reaffirming the importance of menswear to the brand by the appointment of its first-ever Creative Director, Kim Jones.