Salt Dry Demon Pipe – EDiTor’s Piece of the Day 29.02.2012

Introducing the large Salt Dry ‘Devil’ Pipe. This coloured borosilicate glass pipe has some incredible work put into the tiny little details. Salt has made a name for himself by making different creature style designs with very intricate glass work behind them. This pipe is no exception to that rule. It contains 5 solid black glass horns adorned around the pipe. Two of these horns open up into a mouth that contains worked white borosilicate glass teeth, giving this pipe an ivory look. The main body of the pipe has a worked creature style face that is made up of mainly different shades of red borosilicate glass with worked wrinkles… Read More

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Termini Double Chamber Showerhead Tube Black Perc

Introducing Termini’s Double Chamber Showerhead Tube. The innovative borosilicate glass bong is created by the Cannabis Cup winner Karl Termini. This handsome piece is a limited edition innovative masterpiece. There’s a shower head downstem with a dome jet-flash percolator. Smoke is immediately run through this first perc through the first chamber at the bottom. The perc is designed to allow smoke to come out through the water at a quicker rate than normal. This gives a jet-stream sort of effect.  It is then dispersed through to the second chamber that houses a dome perc with slightly angled slits. After this treatment of the smoke, it travels up the long tube… Read More

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Salt ‘Creature’ Diffused Glass Ash Catcher – EDiTor’s Piece of the Day 27.02.2012

  Introducing the amazing creature diffused glass ash catcher by ‘Salt’, an astoundingly talented glass blower. At first glance this may look like a simple 18.8 glass ash catcher but it does not take long to realise how special this piece of art glass really is. The ash catcher itself is a diffused, bottle shape, cylindrical ash catcher which has been strengthened with additional glass at key points in the design. The pièce de résistance however is the ‘creature’ which composes the pinhole diffused downstem portion of this ash catcher. The creature has been formed using clear glass in which the emerald green colouring has been pulled through creating a… Read More

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Brandon Martin Electroformed Heady Pipe – EDiTor’s Piece of the Day 24.02.2012

Introducing the Brandon Martin Electroformed Head Pipe! This heady pipe is a wonder to behold with the sheer amount of detail put into the coloured glass and electroformed work. At first glance, this incredible work of glass art resembles a beetle with its shape. A closer look into the piece reveals reddish brown coloured glass worked into the shape of a head. There are two black tentacles protruding from the forehead of this head with bits of electroformed work throughout the tentacles. At the bottom of the head on the left side there is a curled turquoise blue horn protruding off the side and pointing downwards. The base of this… Read More

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GingerELA Stemless Oil Dome Waterpipe – EDiTor’s Piece of the Day 23.02.2012

This Stemless Oil Dome Waterpipe by GingerELA is another beautiful masterpiece from the exciting glassblower. This piece is small and thin in size making it easy to move around and easy to hold. The Oil Dome fits into an 18.8mm ground joint. There are two different coloured glass designs on this dome. The first one fitted around the hole is set upon a white background and contains two different shades of red, two shades of orange, yellow and turquoise coloured glass forming the brilliantly worked switchback upon the white borosilicate glass. The other coloured glass design wraps around the circumference of the dome and contains swirly patterns made up from… Read More

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GingerELA Electroformed Oil Rig – EDiTor’s Piece of the Day 21.02.2012

This beautiful heady piece is made by one of the EDiTor’s favourite glass artists around. GingerELA’s story is a heart warming one. Being fed up with her first career she had a complete change of heart and decided to dedicate her life to the torch. Since then, she has caused many waves in the borosilicate glass world. And it’s no surprise. This GingerELA Electroformed Oil Rig is a small piece with some incredible glass work all over. The oil dome fits into this piece through an 18.8mm ground joint. There is a switchback design on this dome that is done so well the colours almost stand out in a 3d… Read More

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Kind Sandblasted Triple Bubbler – EDiTor’s Piece of the Day 20.02.2012

This exquisite Kind Sandblasted Triple Bubbler is truly one of a kind. The piece contains some beautiful sandblasting work throughout and some of the meticulous line work that Kind has made a name out of. Starting with the 14.5mm white to clear glass slide, the bowl is white in colour and the ground joint is clear. There is a clear glass spike protruding off to the side of the bowl. The slide fits into an 18.8mm to 14.5mm 3 hole diffuser. The diffuser is mostly black in colour which turns to clear glass near the ground joint. Smoke initially moves down the first and largest chamber. This chamber contains a… Read More

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Glassadelic Sculpted Skull Bubbler with Upline Perc – EDiTor’s Piece of the Day 17.02.2012

We are very pleased to announce the arrival of Glassadelic at EDiT. This is our first Glassadelic piece and a fine one. We bring you the Glassadelic Sculpted Skull Bubbler with Upline Perc. The main focal point of this piece is the heavily worked glass skull. Starting at the top of the bubbler, smoke moves down the clear to blue and green spiral glass. It then moves down one of the 5 worked beige to dark blood red horns. Moving on from the first chamber, smoke then moves towards a clear disc with blue and green lollipop style spiral. The other four worked horns protrude off the side of this… Read More

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EDiTor’s Piece of the Day 16.02.2012 – MNP Sand Blasted Concentrate Tube with Circulator Perc

We’re proud to present this sandblasted concentrate tube with circulator percolator by MNP. From tip to tail this is another profoundly intricate and impressive piece of glass art. Starting at the mouthpiece it already becomes apparent that the tube has been heavily worked, this detailing descends down the main tube in the form of sandblasted patterns along the neckline. In this piece large portions/ sections of the tube are left clear further highlighting the importance of both the frosted effect and the components contained within the glass bong. As the slight reduction in the neck of the glass tube becomes apparent the frosting of the glass is once again utilized.… Read More

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Alex K Diffuser Downstems – EDiTor’s Piece of the Day 15.02.2012

We are very excited to have Alex K Downstems here at EDiT. These are known as some of the best quality handmade diffusers on the market. Alex K has made a name for his specially made functional downtubes and we now have these famous glass items in store, available in different sizes. Alex K Black Label Reducing Diffuser Downstem These reducing downstems (18.8mm to 14.5mm) are available in several lengths 4’’/10.5cm, 4.75’’/12cm and 6’’/15cm. Alex K White Label Diffuser Downstem These bong accessories are available in different lengths and fit as 18.8mm to 18.8mm ground joints. The white label diffusers are available in three different lengths: 4’’/10cm, 5’’/12.5cm, 6’’/15cm.

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