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Welcome to the world of ceramic Kissing chillums. A chillum, or chilam, is a straight conical pipe with end-to-end channel, traditionally made of clay and used since at least the eighteenth century by hindu monks, known as sadhus in India. The use of chillums spread to the rest of the world in the 1960s.
Simply place your dry bud in the end bowl and you're ready to go. The bowl size isn't too big or too small, which we love. Perfect for travel as it fits in your pocket.
Each pipe is handmade with love and care. Each bowl and hole are hand formed. A mixture of hand-printed images and vintage 1970s English decals are meticulously applied, then each pipe is fired 4 times to achieve their distinctive feel and look. They reach a top temperature of 2300F so they are made to last. Literally an heirloom piece.
Dimensions | 8 cm tall, 6 cm wide at base. Bowl: 2 cm x 2 cm deep
Care | Can be cleaned like any glass pipe. Baked in Vermont recommends using rubbing alcohol and sea salt for a nice deep clean. You can also just run hot water through them for a fast clean.
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