Suhr's Pibemageri was a pipemaking workshop started by Teofil Suhr in Copenhagen central to the birth of the modern Danish pipe. When Sixten Ivarsson, then a debt collector newly moved to Copenhagen, broke his pipe, it was to Suhr's he went for a repair, only to find a broken lathe and no pipemaker. Soon after, he was working as the foreman at Suhr's, where, among others, Peter Micklson got his start and Sven Axel Celius learned pipemaking from Poul Rasmussen and his then foreman Sven Knudsen. Pipes from Suhr's were stamped with the workshop name Suhr, and on occasion carried the same red and white dot used by Anne Julie to this day.
While it is said to be a disagreement with Suhr's that led Ivarsson to leave for Stanwell, and all of these names went on to greater fame in later years, it would be impossible to overstate the importance of Suhr's to the evolution of the modern smoking pipe.