If you have ever wanted an elephant head in your living room you are in luck!
There are even wrinkles on the elephant's forehead and trunk. The worked glass trunks are ivory white and the ears have a maroon tint.
The trunk of the Elephant Head Sherlock Pipe doubles as both the bent neck of the pipe as well as the deep bowl. The carb hole is also located on the side of the trunk.
If you are as slow moving as a real elephant, the option for hefty packs will save you and your herd plenty of time instead of constantly having to travel back to the watering hole. The hole located on the side of the bowl gives you control of the airflow.
Depending on if your thumb or finger is covering the hole, your herbs will burn at a different pace. The base of the elephant's skull is flattened so along with the backside of the trunk, your sherlock pipe can comfortable rest when not being used.
As far as themed glass hand pipes, the Elephant Head Sherlock Pipe is an excellent choice. Pick one up before they go extinct!
THEMED GLASS: This vapor rig or water pipe contains a themed glass design. Carrying themed glass pieces is one way we cater to the varying interests of our consumer base
THICK GLASS: This glass pipe contains thick glass which increases its durability and longevity. Thick glass pieces are less likely to break due to their heavy glass construction.
COLORED GLASS: This piece features beautiful colored glass accents that give it a unique and aesthetically appealing appearance. Colored glass is one of the many features that can make this piece stand out in your glass collection
WORKED GLASS: This is a glassblowing technique which incorporates intricate colors into the glass itself, and can produce impressive 3D sculptures. The wig wag and inside-out styles are widely popular.
DEEP BOWL: This pipe features a deep bowl to allow for a large amount of dry herbs or tobacco to be packed at one time
BENT NECK: Bent neck designs offer aesthetic and functional qualities. Aesthetically, bent necks give a unique look to your glass water pipe. Functionally, bent necks act as a splashguard, keeping all of the water inside the pipe and outside of your mouth. They also extend the mouthpiece away from the heat source horizontally, providing a more holding position.