An individual bottle of Black Bowmore is a collection centerpiece for most whisky aficionados. And to own the set — made of 29-year-old, 30-year-old, 31-year-old, 42-year-old, and 50-year-old whiskies — is even more impressive. But this one-of-a-kind cabinet to house the precious bottles is the ultimate prize. Created by craftsman John Galvin, the cabinet features authentic elements of the distillery that includes brass levers from the spirit safe used in 1924 and washback wood from washback No.1 used in the drawers. The cabinet also includes bespoke glasses, water jug, and glass pillars made by artisan glassmakers, 7 bespoke solid brass coasters designed by Galvin, and a one-off book and sketches set that details the journey of the whiskey line and the creation of the cabinet. The cabinet was auctioned off last weekend, with Galvin himself promising to set it up in the winner's home.