Available in two sizes (six ounces, which burns for 30-45 hours or eight ounces, which burns for 50-65 hours) Black Candle Society's Mary Jane candle is made from 100% soy wax that's blended with organic cannabis flower fragrance oil—so it smells great, but won't get you high. Also boasting hints of musk and amber, this candle offers a moody aroma without delving into incense territory.
Help keep the earth nice and tidy with a mobile mesh ashtray from esteemed Tokyo brand Tsubota Pearl. Drop your roaches or butts in the lined pouch when puffing on the go.
Add even more whimsy to the festive nature of sharing a spliff with Sweetflag's swirling rainbow rolling papers. The vintage Spanish pattern is printed on 1.25-inch wide papers and designed to elevate everyday rituals.
Say it loud, say it proud with Kent Stetson's pot leaf-patterned Herb Clutch (which also has a removable cross-body chain). Complete with a spliff-like embellishment, each accessory is made in the US and is individually signed.
Darkroom's colorful, hand-dyed cork lids turn the average aluminum storage jar into a sculptural container and keep coffee, tea or weed super fresh.
Cinnamon Projects' elegant incense burner is inspired by traditional 16th century koh-do ceremonies in Japan, which are thought to remove impurities, refresh the spirit and bring about a moment of peace. "Circa" comes packed in a handsome gift box and includes the solid brass burner and 50-stick set of five scents, each designed for a particular time of day.
There's no smoke without fire. Keep your lighter safe with one of these beautiful snakeskin cases from Beverly Hills-based designer Jacquie Aiche. The burgundy, black, cognac, cobalt or turquoise sheaths are adorned with a rebellious sweet leaf charm in gold vermeil, 14K rose or yellow gold.
Take it back to the basics with this wonderfully simple pipe from Portland-based studio Pursuits of Happiness. Duo April Brimer and Pavel Cherny dutifully hand-make each piece from start to finish, in teal, green or pink.
LA-based artist Penelope Gazin puts a romantic spin on the male-dominated world of bong rips. This enamel keychain allows the sweet stoner in your life to subtly show off marijuana prowess.
The Puffco Plus is not a typical pen vape that uses oil cartridges. It's designed for dabbing, which has long been considered more sketchy than chic given the tools necessary to vaporize cannabis concentrate. Puffco's design elevates the product—and arguably the idea of marijuana use—with a discreet, ceramic implement that doesn't get too hot to touch but delivers full flavor.
Peddled under the name Gatorbeug, the handmade earthenware pipes by Australian designer Tom Mason are equal parts art objet and functional device. This sculptural, smokable banana might inspire healthier choices when the munchies set in.
Artist Chris Cascio taps into the cannabis industry through neo-camouflage canvases referencing notable strains and household brand names that are ultimately a chronicle of his own consumption. "Cannabis Flowers" (2016) is a limited edition print from his LA show "Full Melt" and comes signed and numbered by the artist.
MagicalButter's botanical extractor lets you effortlessly enhance butter, oil and more. The machine is a combination of immersion blender with digital thermostat and heating unit which grinds, heats, stirs and steeps your herbal extract. Whether you're making space cakes or salad dressings, it's easy to use and a snap to clean up.
This amusing message engraved on a 1990s deadstock nameplate keychain might not help out friends who seem to always lose their keys, but it will surely inspire a few laughs in stressful situations.
The World's Best Ever's HIGH Kite and Journey Tube are two items made for outdoor adventuring and spreading positive vibes. Each kite is hand-stitched by Miami-based kite-maker Dan Ward and serves as a bold statement—whether in use or on display. The clever carry case doubles as a fully functioning water pipe and was designed in collaboration with Brooklyn-based studio The Principals.
Brooklyn-based ceramicist Karen Aragon keeps it classy with subtle smoking tools handmade at her Greenpoint studio. The lipstick one-hitter comes with a mirror-lined holder for touch-ups on the go.
One of our favorite online destinations for sophisticated tokers, Tetra has just released their first self-branded pipe. Created by NYC-based designer Jamie Wolfond, the blue glass pipe is made from incredibly high-quality borosilicate glass that doesn't conduct heat—meaning the smoke produced is cooler and smoother. Also available in clear, the beautifully designed piece is clever and classy.