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Vauen Smoking Pipes

In 1848, Karl Ellenberger and his partner Carl August Ziener turned an idea into reality in Nuremberg: In the first German pipe manufactory, they made tobacco pipes from exquisite woods for connoisseurs all over the world. Together with the Gebhard Ott pipe factory, which was also founded in Nuremberg in 1866, the United Pipe Factories Nuremberg (VPFN for short) were founded in 1901.
In 1909, Ernst Eckert's son, Adolf Eckert, coined a new name for the company: VAUEN - composed of the initials V (pronounced: vau) from Vereinigte Pfeifenfabriken and N (pronounced: en) from Nuremberg. A brand concept for the future is emerging.