Canadians are tough shapes on pipe manufacturers. The long shanks require special blocks that are more expensive than standard sized blocks. For this reason, really large Canadians are positively rare-- not only does the pipe maker have the standard Canadian problem of extra long blocks, he also has to have blocks that are big enough in other directions that they'll accommodate the large size of the bowl. Savinelli did it, though. This is a huge Canadian at over seven inches long. And, all of those briar concerns aside, it's priced just like the rest of the Baronet Bruyere series.
- Sykes Wilford