Chillum

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Chillum

85.00

by Stephanie Kantor

Earthenware, glaze

3-7/8”h x 2-5/8”w x 1-1/8”d

Invented in India during the 18th century by Hindu monks, a chillum is a straight pipe with end-to-end channel traditionally made of clay. Chillums are often referred to as “one-hitters” and are popular for their user-friendly design and portability.

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