Glassblowing is not the easiest thing to do and do well. The talented glass artists that create the most elaborate pieces know exactly what they can be worth. After a little research, and a lot of drooling over glass, we found a few of the most expensive pieces on the market today. So start saving your pennies, because these pieces just might break the bank.
Pakoh and Leisure Glass come together to collaborate on this adorable robot shaped perc bubbler. It has an 18mm robot head disc screen slide and three-legged foot which makes the piece look like it is on three (non-functional) wheels. There are tiny details etched over the entire piece.
This collab between Pyrology and Zii is perfect gift for someone with very …unique tastes. The clean lines of the body of this concentrate bong contrasts against the rough, creepy zombielike face and finger that make up the mouthpiece and downstem.
This is a Limited Edition Cypress Hill bong in the Icemaster design. It features red and orange swirl designs and a gold Cypress Hill logo. Downstem includes a diffuser. Ships within Germany and Europe.
Talon has created this mini tube set with tons of attachments. This blue, green and clear piece stands just under 9 inches tall. It even comes with a matching dome, slide, dome cap and jar!
This triceratops dab rig was created by Nick Pioch, also known as Robin Hood Glass. This intricate piece is made in a pale, translucent green and has curves and points galore. Whether you use it for dabbing or just stare it – it is a unique addition to any glass collection.
ME Glassworks teams up with Blitzkriega to produce this insane collaboration rig. Pair Blitzkreiga’s iconic balloon style with ME Glassworks affection for giraffes and we get this giraffe print balloon dog dab rig. This piece was made in Colorado and is on the market today.
My favorite piece on this list might be this Coyle Glass and Tyme Glass collab. This vapor bubbler takes on the shape of monkey in the bright colors of teal and red. Coyle and Tyme were made to work together on this piece – it is a perfect mash-up of both their talents.
This Elbo and Slinger Glass collaboration is in the shape of a cute little dinosaur…kind of reminds me of a camel for some reason. This bubbler is a white and red argyle pattern and sits upright on its own. A cute addition to a high-end glass collection.
Scott Deppe kills it with this elaborate skull bong. The skull is comprised of many marijuana leaves, all encrusted with gold. On either side there is the shape of a bubbler and a Sherlock pipe built in, mimicking the bones of the face.
This crazy expensive piece was created by Scott Deppe and Sagan for Mothership Glass. This one of a kind piece incorporates several stages of the Moon cycle. It would be a shame not to smoke out of this piece, but honestly, it could just as easily sit under glass in a museum.
And if you aren’t into using a bong or a rig – try twaxing a joint instead!