Achile Savenelli founded Savinelli Pipes during 1876 in Milan when he opened his first shop to plenty of adoration. It's this adoration that is still common when you say the brand name to any pipe smoker to this day.
The skilled Savinelli artisans use only the finest grades of Sardinian and Corsican briar and painstakingly craft the perfect pipe with the customer in mind. They take great care and pride in their workmanship ensuring they produce high quality pipes with particular regard to their superb filter systems.
Take a look at our Savinelli selection below and pick up a real gem of a pipe.
A selection of Savinelli rustic pipes.
A selection of Savinelli Rustic Pipes with Acrylic stems
Savinelli launched the two part "Dry syatem" pipe, combining trap and filter in 1981. The balsa filter soaks up the moisture from the smoke and any excess moisture is collected in the trap situated in the shank of the pipe, this can then be mopped up with a pipe cleaner or flicked out. Each pipe comes with a large smokehole on the top of the mouthpiece which provides the user with an even spread of smoke and flavour in the mouth whilst also restricting the amount of juices that can enter the stem.
A selection of Savinelli smooth and rustic Churchwarden pipes
A collection of Savinelli straight and bent pipes in a light wood finish. All these pipes take a 9mm filter.
Savinelli Short Rusticapocket sized pipes with acrylic mouthpieces. Take a 6mm Savinelli balsa filter.
A selection of Savinelli Venere Brownblasted pipes with Acrylic mouthpieces. All takes a 6mm Balsa filter.