The Savinelli "106" is something of a not-quite-identical twin to the more common "104" straight Billiard. A bit less length to the stem, a bowl that's a hair shorter, it is, in essence, a more compact rendition of the classic Billiard. Normally. In the Qandale rendition, it's transformed into a long, low, gently drooping Churchwarden with a substantial chunk of oak serving as trim for the stem, making for one of Savinelli's more immediately recognizable compositions.
- Eric N. Squires