Glow in the Dark Glass Pipe
All of our glass is hand crafted in our Arizona workshop. We pride ourselves on quality, well made glass art.
You get the piece pictured. It measures 4.1 inches (10.4 cm) .
This is not your grandfather's tobacco pipe! (He would probably think it's pretty rad, though.) Glass pipes are wonderful because they can be cleaned completely! No pipe cleaner fuzz or pokey wires - just drop them in a baggie of rubbing alcohol for a few hours and rinse with hot water, and repeat if you must. They are left completely odorless, and looking like new!
t's a pretty pink glass tobacco pipe now, but it won't stay so clean and clear if you use it... and that's where the beauty of fumed or color changing glass. The glass has an ultra-thin layer of pure gold and silver melted into it, and it has reflective properties that make the glass change amazing colors when it has a dark background. You can see it transform from light pink to a blue and gold/ green in the photos with the black behind - that is just a taste of what happens when they are dirtied up with your favorite Cavendish. FREE U.S. SHIPPING!
You may not have seen glow in the dark glass like our before, and that is because we mix our own glow in the dark glass material in small batches.
The glow pigment that we use is high quality, long glowing, completely non-toxic, and completely encased in the glass on all sides. It can be recharged again, and again, for the life of the glass, which with proper care is indefinitely. Sun light, lamps, and black lights all charge the glow in the dark pigment. Turn out the lights, or take it into a dark spot to enjoy the science.
***To purchase tobacco accessories, like glass pipes, you must be of legal age to do so by law where you live! We will refund any paid money, and will not ship to you if your purchase is restricted for any reason***
We ship in recycled packaging when possible - with lots of bubble wrap - at least twice each week.
Glowing in the dark, or luminescence, is a simple matter of chemistry. Certain chemicals have molecules that store energy in them from photons when they are exposed to light. This extra stored energy excites them, and not being able to hold on to the extra energy, they will slowly release photons. This causes them to emit a small amount of light, and glow in the dark.