Not in possession of a pocket instrument so you can smoke wherever and whenever you want? Then the Bumpy Spoon Pipe is for you! Made entirely of glass, its ample thickness makes it perfect for carrying around wherever you want. The Bumpy Spoon Pipe has very beautiful colours, blown inside the glass, a length of 12 to 15 cm and a fairly large brazier where you can put your spices. On the side of it is a hole called a ‘clutch’ which is intended to complete the smoke without leaving stagnant smoke.
The pipe is an object of ancient tradition, used for smoking tobacco, spices and herbs.
When smoking a pipe, the smoke is not inhaled, but slowly savoured in the mouth without going down into the lungs; this is the ideal way to enjoy the herbs and tobacco.
Various types of pipes: Sepiolite pipes or Meerschaum pipes; Churchwarden pipes; earthenware or clove pipes; briar pipes; chalk pipes; corncob pipes; Sa allutonada pipes; Falcon pipes; Calabash pipes; Bog Oak pipes; Olive pipes; Japanese pipes; Juniper pipes; Marasca pipes.
Then there are the water pipes, totally different both in shape and smoking function.