CHURCHWARDEN TOBACCO PIPES: Made famous since the 14th century, this long tobacco pipe is well known for its very long stem. A favorite among collectors and enthusiasts, the Churchwarden pipe by Savinelli is a finely crafted long stemmed pipe, made from briar wood and paired with a black acrylic stem. TIMELESS RENDITION: The Churchwarden Pipe is a wonderful take on those looking for a functional Peace Pipe, Oakenshield Pipe, or even a Sherlock Pipe. Savinelli’s Churchwarden tobacco pipe is hand crafted using Italian tradition and high quality Mediterranean briar wood. 601 CHURCHWARDEN BENT BILLIARD: A traditional wood tobacco pipe design, this briar pipe has a long, gentle taper. The curved wood and arched stem are aligned at a 45° angle, a popular finish to this churchwarden tobacco pipe. CARING FOR YOUR TOBACCO PIPE: Savinelli tobacco pipes are made with hand-selected briar, making them sensitive to high, direct heat. Be careful not to disassemble your pipe while hot and only do so in a clockwise rotation. THE SAVINELLI STORY: The Savinelli story starts in Milan, Italy in 1876 when Achille Savinelli Sr. It was there that Savinelli began first designing pipes, utilizing the same machines, techniques, and strategies still employed today.