The 921 is a bent Dublin with the popular Churchwarden stem and makes an affordable addition to any home collection. We know the Churchwardens are a bit cumbersome to carry around, but this Brownblast gem is well worth the extra hassle.
Style: 921 Brownblast
Length: 10.27 in. / 260.86 mm.
Height: 1.75 in. / 44.45 mm.
Weight: 1.59 oz. / 45.08 g.
Bowl Depth: 1.36 in. / 34.54 mm.
Bowl Outside Diameter: 1.42 in. / 36.07 mm.
Bowl Inside Diameter: 0.80 in. / 20.32 mm.
Bowl Material: Briar
Stem Material: Acrylic
*Pipe measurements are approximate
**Pipe pictures are not of actual pipe you may receive.
- >9 in.
- 1.51-2.0 in.
- 1.51-2 oz.
- Bowl Depth:
- 1.25-1.5 in.
- Bowl Inside Diameter:
- .76-.80 in.
- Filter Size:
- Bowl Material:
- Stem Material:
- One of a Kind:
A great pipe both to hold in hand and smoke. Some pipes just make the tobacco smoke cooler and sweeter and this is one of those fine pieces. The only minor issue I have with it is that the bowl does get hot very fast. It is a very light pipe and it may have something to do with the briar being so light but I don't mind putting her down for a bit to cool because the relights are tastier than most other pipes that I own. If you're looking for a good smoking churchwarden this is a very good choice.
This pipe is awesome. The bowl is just the right size for a 30-45 min smoke. The stem is comfortable to hold in the mouth and a good length to cool the smoke slightly before reaching the mouth. My only criticism is that the bowl can get a little hot but thats likely more operator error than the fault of the pipe. This is my favorite pipe in my admittedly small collection.
This is a beautifully designed and made churchwarden. My husband got it as a gift from me, and he loves it.
My second Savinelli, as prime as the first...
I examined my Savinelli Churchwarden thoroughly when I received it, a beautiful pipe. The chamber had been pre-conditioned and I couldn't wait to try it. I fixed my first bowl with a fine tobacco and sat back and enjoyed. A fine pipe Indeed.