The name for the Savinelli Sistina pipe is derived from the famous Sistina chapel, located within the Vatican city, built between 1475 and 1481 at the time of Pope Sisto VI and decorated by Michelangelo Buonarroti in just 4 years between 1508 and 1512. Like most Savinelli pipes the Sistina range uses a 6mm Balsa filter.
Savinelli Tobacco Pipes started in 1876, by Achille Savinelli Sr, who in the centre of Milan, opened one of the world’s first tobacco shops. To this day passionate smokers still meet at the store location to share their love of his brilliant tobacco pipes. Savinelli has stayed a family business from its inception, with the shop and brand passing down generations. At a time where Italy was mass producing poor quality pipes, the Savinelli name was at the forefront of innovation and quality, combining family tradition with quality materials.
Today, the Savinelli tobacco pipe range is thriving and here at GQ Tobaccos, we have a huge collection of authentic Savinelli pipes and pipe tobacco for customers to order. For any more information on these or any of our other traditional and historical tobacco pipes, get in touch with our team.
Pipe Material : Briar
Shape : Semi Bent
Finish : Rustic
Colour : Burgundy
Mouthpiece : Acrylic (Fishtail)
Filter : 6mm
Pipe Length : 150 mm
Pipe Height : 50 mm
Pipe Width : 40 mm
Chamber Width : 19 mm
Pipe Weight : 55 grams
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