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Savinelli Churchwarden Brown Rustic 601 Tobacco Pipe

MSRP: $117.50
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100-4098
UPC:
643307646481
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The Savinelli Churchwarden is popular for its curvaceous simple bend and hefty feel in the hand. Presented here with a brown rustic finish, it’s a cool smoke with an awful lot of class for an afternoon of reading in your favorite smoking chair.

 

Brand: Savinelli

Model: Churchwarden

Style: 601 Brown Rustic

Shape: Churchwarden

Length: 10.29 in. / 261.37 mm.

Height: 1.82 in. / 46.26 mm.

Weight: 1.9 oz. / 56 g.

Bowl Depth: 1.50 in. / 38.10 mm.

Bowl Outside Diameter: 1.42 in. / 36.07 mm.

Bowl Inside Diameter: 0.74 in. / 18.80 mm.

Filter: None

Finish: Rustic

Bowl Material: Briar

Stem Material: Acrylic

Package: Box

Country: Italy

Convertible: No

 

*Pipe measurements are approximate

**Pipe pictures are not of actual pipe you may receive.

Brand:
Savinelli
Model:
Churchwarden
Style:
601
Shape:
Churchwarden
Length:
>9 in.
Height:
1.51-2.0 in.
Weight:
1.51-2 oz.
Bowl Depth:
1.25-1.5 in.
Bowl Inside Diameter:
.50-.75 in.
Filter Size:
None
Finish:
Rustic
Bowl Material:
Briar
Stem Material:
Acrylic
Country:
Italy
Bit:
Fishtail
Band:
No
One of a Kind:
No

3 Reviews

  • 5
    Fun to smoke

    Posted by Aaron on 14th Jun 2022

    This was my favorite for some time, but I don’t think it is any more. It allows for great hand placement when smoking. Really the only cons for this are cons that would be universal for all churchwardens. Glad it’s in my collection.

  • 5
    Pipe

    Posted by Mark on 21st Feb 2021

    This pipe is beautiful. Smokes very very well right out of the box, easy to clean, stays cool. Love it!

  • 4
    First churchwarden

    Posted by Demetri on 27th Aug 2015

    I'm obviously no expert since I haven't smoked a churchwarden before, but I really like this pipe. It does reduce the bite a lot, my only complaint is that it takes a bit more work to draw on though I'm assuming that's always going to be the case with such a long stem. The finish looks great, I'm not usually partial to rusticated pipes, but this one caught my eye and it looks every bit as good in person.