- Made be Rockin’ A Glass in Gresham, TX
- Made in the USA.
- Made with sturdy American Borosilicate Glass
- Carb Location: Left
- Approximately 5″ long.
This beautiful glass pipe was made by Rockin’ A Glass in Gresham, TX. It was made by encasing colored rods that are stacked in a linear, parallel fashion, making a “lined tube.” Then after those lines have been wagged and wigged, the tube is condensed into a sphere, and its axis inverted 90 degrees, displaying the manipulated lined tube and its terminations.
The colorful “wigwag” pattern on the front of the pipe adds vibrant playful vibes. In laymen’s terms, the wigwag pattern is made by melting long and skinny different colored glass rods together to make colorful and contrasting line tubing. And then the glass blower starts turning, twisting, and pulling that line tubing back and forth in small sections to make that wavy look. It takes a bit of prep work, which is why pipes with this pattern are usually a bit more expensive.