Found 18 Cannabis Companies
Dopeass Glass is a functional glass distribution company based in Las Vegas. They work with a number of artists to provide customers with 100% hand-blown glass. With that said, the company welcomes special orders as well.
Founded in 2003, Pürr Glass claims to be The Original Bubbler Company. They are based in Los Angeles and strive to bring practical, effective, and well-designed products to fruition.
Several years ago, Donnie Beskoe and Kyle Clement came together to start a company. A company that was focused on American Made Quality over cheap imported quantity. They teamed up with Local glass blowers within the San Fernando Valley and Silika Glass was born.
With its roots in Trinidad, CA, Chameleon Glass was founded in 1991. They eventually moved to Phoenix, but they work with a network of artists throughout the nation.
Based in Los Angeles, Bent Glass offers premium hand-blown water pipes. They are dedicated to creating highly functional glass at minimal cost.
Founded in 2008, Pulse Glass started in a garage in Southern California. They set out with a vision to create top quality, hand blown, glass products that feature a fusion of classic and scientific designs which showcases the clarity, quality, and function of the product.
Heady Glass was founded in 2007 and is located in Englewood, CO. The company is dedicated to providing scientific and artistic glass as well as vaporizers, clothing and accessories. Heady Glass prides themselves on their knowledgeable & helpful staff, they also offer live glass blowing demos daily.
Founded in 2012, Sasquatch Glass is a glass company with a wide range of applications. Their team of glass artists are capable of blowing top-notch drink ware and decorative glass, in addition to the traditional glass smoking accessories.
Founded in 1988, Sheldon Black is one of the premier glass art companies in the cannabis industry. The company specializes in hand-blown, American-made glass and has a long history of innovation.
Hitman Glass was formed in November of 2009, and has since grown into one of the most successful glassblowing companies in North America. Their work has won them many awards, but the company is particularly known for their innovative and flamboyant design. The release of their “torch tube” oil rig in 2010, and the Chess Pieces project in 2012 raised the bar and set new standards for what could be done with borosilicate glass.
Grav Labs is based in Austin, Texas and employes 30 glass blowers. Founded in 2004, Grav Labs has worked hard over the years to bring innovative and totally unique products to market.
SYN is based in the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Since its inception, the company has grown to supply over 41 states, as well as Canada, Amsterdam and Puerto Rico with a wide range of water pipes.
Established in 2002, Illadelph Glass was based out of Philladelphia, PA until they made their move to Los Angeles. The company specializes in scientific glass.
The Boro School offers the unique experience of learning the art of lampworking with some of the greatest masters in the industry! It is owned by Nathan Aweida, a long respected member of the borosilicate glass community.
RooR was were founded in the 1980s by German glass blower Martin Birzle, who began making pipes for his friends. Their name was inspired by the word microorganism. “Roor” also sounds similar to “rohr,” the German word for pipe.
Mothership Glass is one of the most popular glass companies in the industry. They specialize in scientific glass and have built a reputation for their Honey Bucket pieces.
Founded by Kevin Krakower, Wicked Sands is a Southern California manufacturer, distributor and retailer of artistic glass and tobacco products. They no longer operate a storefront, but the Wicked Sands manufacturing bay is located in the San Fernando Valley of California.
Nexus Distribution is a functional glass art retailer with a storefront location in Los Angeles. They carry a variety of products, including pendants, glass and titanium nails, ash catchers, and an assortment of “heady” glass.