Vauen Burgund Pipes

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Vauen began with Karl Ellenberger and Carl August Ziener founding the very first pipe factory in Germany, all the way back in 1848. Fifty years and change later, that operation merged with Gebhard Ott, another Nuremberg-based pipe --making operation, to form Vereinigten Pfeifenfabriken Nürnber, or, Nuremberg United Pipe Factories, with Ernst Eckert of the Ott family soon taking leadership. The firm's full name was a bit of mouthful, even for native German speakers; hence why we know it today simply as Vauen, a phonetic abbreviation-of-an-abbreviation, derived from the first and last letters of VPFN. Since that turn-of-the-century merger, Vauen has remained Germany's oldest marque, led by one generation after another of Eckerts. They aren't just the oldest in the game either -- they're the most popular choice for pipe smokers in their native land, which is no small feat; Germany boasts an unusually large population of those who enjoy a good tobacco pipe. It is for this reason that many makers from other countries specially produce, just for the German market, series of pipes that will take a 9mm charcoal filter, itself a Vauen innovation.

Vauen
Burgund (1613) (9mm)

$192.50 $163.63
002-457-10055

Vauen
Burgund (1613) (9mm)

$192.50 $163.63
002-457-10056

Vauen
Burgund (1615) (9mm)

$192.50 $163.63
002-457-8771

Vauen
Burgund (1632) (9mm)

$192.50 $163.63
002-457-8892

Vauen
Burgund (1632) (9mm)

$192.50 $163.63
002-457-8893

Vauen
Burgund (1633) (9mm)

$192.50 $163.63
002-457-8894

Vauen
Burgund (1633) (9mm)

$192.50 $163.63
002-457-8895

Vauen
Burgund (1635) (9mm)

$192.50 $163.63
002-457-8020

Vauen
Burgund (1675) (9mm)

$192.50 $163.63
002-457-8896

Vauen
Burgund (1675) (9mm)

$192.50 $163.63
002-457-8774