Messy Glass Millie Hammer Pipe
The Messy Glass Fume Hammer Bubbler finds a classic design doing does justice to the intricate art of glass millie. "Millie" is derived from the Italian word "millefiori" which translates to "a thousand flowers." This decorative technique dates back to the mid-1800s but saw a resurgence in the 1980s that's allowed glass artisans to add even more character to their work. Here, we found the word “Messy” trapped in one of the bubbler’s trio of amber marbles, creating a striking juxtaposition against the soothing blue stem.
The hammer bubbler shape is the perfect canvas for Messy Glass's artistry. If you've never used a hammer bubbler before, get ready to enjoy a stable, supportive design perfect for those less-than-coordinated stoners tired of sweeping up broken glass. A lengthy stem extending from a generous bowl allows for large, juggernaut hits with the basic water chamber taking the edge off. A single marble opposite the carb serves as a cherry on top of this psychedelic sundae.
- Intricate millie glass decorative technique
- Generous bowl size
- Discreet water chamber
- Lengthy handle allows for larger hits