Puff, Puff 💨

As more states move toward cannabis decriminalization and legalization, ceramicists and makers are creating new 4/20-friendly smokeware along the way. These 9 budding brands make glass pipes, ceramic bowls, and everything in between, and many of them are also giving back to cannabis reform and justice organizations. (Here’s why that’s so important!)

Whether you’re already a fan of this plant-based medicine or are learning more about mindful cannabis consumption, check out these women-owned brands for the goods you’ll need.

If you’re a CBD fan instead, we love these Black woman-owned CBD brands, too.

1. Kenni Field

Made In | Philadelphia, PA
Materials | Ceramic
Ethics | Made-to-order in the USA, queer Black-owned business
Price | $32–$75

Kenni Field is a queer Black maker out of Philadelphia with smokeware we love. Here, you’ll find ceramic bowls and pipes in fun colors and patterns alongside incense holders and ashtrays. For reference, the Demi pipe and bowl is 3” x 2.25”, whereas the pipes are taller at 5.75”. These pieces are made-to-order, so snag one now and you’ll be relaxing in just a few weeks. 😎

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2. Wandering Bud

Made In | Kansas City, MO
Materials | Ceramic
Ethics | Women-led & run, made in the USA, gives back
Price | $55–$275

Started by Riley Brain in 2016, Wandering Bud is now a woman-owned and run studio out of Kansas City, Missouri. There are dozens of ceramic bowls, pipes, hitters, and bubblers here in nature-inspired colors like blush, pearl, and blood orange—all are finished with gorgeous glazes. Wandering Bud is also committed to social justice, especially in the cannabis space. Find them raising awareness on social media and regularly giving back to equity-focused organizations.

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3. Edie Parker

Made In | New York City, NY
Materials | Glass & ceramic
Ethics | Artisan-made, gives back
Price | $50–$125

Edie Parker has been a longtime brand name for mid-century handbags out of New York City, and now the brand creates colorful collectibles for smoking, stashing, and lighting. Inspired by the other kind of flower, you can find petal-shaped glass bowls, floral tamping sticks, and fruit pipes in pastel shades. It’s the kind of unique smokeware you won’t want to puff, puff, pass.

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4. Neenineen Studio

Made In | Los Angeles, CA
Materials | Ceramic
Ethics | Made-to-order in the USA
Price | $70–$120

For wiggly and whimsical ceramic smokeware, check out Neenineen Studio. This collection includes wave-style bubblers and checkered pipes, which work perfectly for lefties, righties, and the ambidextrous. Because this is a one-person studio (run by Ninon Choplin, a queer designer and ceramicist from Paris), pieces may be sold out from time to time, but are often restocked!

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5. Debbie Carlos Studio

Made In | Michigan
Materials | Ceramic
Ethics | WOC-owned, made in the USA
Price | $29–$90

Debbie Carlos of the eponymous Debbie Carlos Studio is a ceramicist in Michigan creating stoneware inspired by land and architecture. We especially love the creative designs that double as home decor! From the gorgeous neutral colors and speckles to the curl- and knot-inspired pipes, this smokeware is designed to delight.

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6. Miwak Junior

Made In | Los Angeles, California
Materials | Ceramic
Ethics | Gives back, made in the USA
Price | $70–$130

Miwak Junior redefines form and function when it comes to pipes. Started by Chilean artist Sebastian Boher and his wife Alice, Miwak Junior’s earthy style reminds us of Sedona-inspired summers and extraterrestrial life (we know how that sounds, but give it a look!). Because each pipe is individually made in California, no two are alike, especially the ones with clay and stoneware blends. Miwak regularly gives back to cannabis reform and justice orgs, as members of the Floret coalition.

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7. Lindsey Hampton

Made In | Vancouver, Canada
Materials | Ceramic
Ethics | Handmade, eco-friendly packaging
Price | $150

Lindsey Hampton splits her time as a graphic designer and ceramicist, and her two skill sets merge beautifully when you look at her ring pipes. Each is handmade in her Vancouver studio, accented with an ombre fade and impressively round ring shape. (Personally, we’re obsessed with the pink-to-green style.) All orders are shipped in plastic-free packaging, and Hampton also offers local pickup if you’re near Vancouver.

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8. Yew Yew

Made In | China
Materials | Glass
Ethics | Gives back
Price | $40–$65

For modern smoking essentials that inspire awe, we turn to Yew Yew. The team thoughtfully designs its stunning smokeware in New York, and then pieces are responsibly made in China. As a woman-led cannabis & CBD brand, Yew Yew gives back via the Florest Coalition, prioritizing the needs of Black, Latinx, and Indigenous communities. Between the triangle, half-circle, and solo glass pipes, the brand is ideal for solo smoking.

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9. Summerland

Made In | California
Materials | Ceramic
Ethics | Sustainable materials, gives back, made in the USA
Price | $55–$275

Summerland isn’t actually named after the California town, but for the state of mind you’ll enjoy when using their products. These handmade ceramic bowls, bongs, and pipes are responsibly made in small batches in Northern California using eco-friendly practices and lead-free glazes. Summerland donates to organizations like the Floret Coalition, 1% For The Planet, and One Tree Planted as part of its commitment to sustainability.

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Featured image via Kenni Field

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