La Escepcion Jose Gener Pipe Tobacco Framed Art

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La Escepcion Jose Gener Pipe Tobacco Framed Art

This beautiful piece features the packaging used for Cuban Pipe Tobacco.  The print is in wonderful condition and includes gold foil print.  A great addition to any man cave and/or on the wall of any cigar or pipe aficionado.

Size with Frame: 11 x 14 1/2


A Little History on Jose Gener

In 1831 a thirteen year old Spaniard who immigrated to Cuba in 1831.  Don Jose Gener y Batet was the young man who started working in his uncle’s plantation in Vuelta Abajo.

By 1850, Jose Gener, now in his early 30s, opened a cigar factory in Havana where he created the brand La Escepcion.  The brand went on to become very successful.

Ten years later, Jose Gener used the funds he earned from La Escepcion to purchase the Hoyo de Monterrey farm in the San Juan y Martinez area in Vuelta Abajo.


Hoyo de Monterrey de Jose Gener was the brand registered at a factory located at 7 Principe Alfsono Street in Havana.  The cigars proved a success internationally.

The art comes framed and shipped with the upmost care to ensure it arrives safely.

Collections: RARE FINDS

Category: Alain Levesque, Art, Man Cave, Rare Finds

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