Available in all kinds of conspicuous colorways—from neon pinks and yellows to striking clear and black—Alexandra Von Furstenberg’s heavy, luxe candy bowls make for a striking centerpiece, no matter what you fill them with, naughty or nice. With two sizes and 12 different hues, it’s tempting to collect the entire set.
As much a design item as a fully effective pipe, Haciendaware’s ceramic pipe features a soothing pastel ombre effect in satin glaze. Each stoneware item has been handmade in LA and cites the city’s smog-enhanced sunsets as an inspiration source. Altogether, it’s smooth to the touch, easy on the eyes and works like a dream.
More than a cute accessory, this mini vintage clothespin necklace is also a useful tool. The 14K gold-plated piece is spring loaded and fully functional, meaning it can keep things in place and double as a roach clip. Attached to an 18-inch chain, the clip measures one-inch-long and is handmade in Erica Weiner’s Brooklyn studio.
Big Bud Press’ “Buddy” pin isn’t to be worn around parents or young cousins—depending on your family’s vibe. With double posts and super-hard enamel and gunmetal, this pin is functional and durable—and its colorful, sweet little character is very 420 friendly.
Setting the bar high for all future cannabis cookbooks to come is “Herb: Mastering the Art of Cooking with Cannabis,” a 200-page book whose photography could give Bon Appetit mag a run for its money. Brought to you by TheStonersCookbook.com, they’re bringing eight years of experience and recipe-sharing into a beautiful tome that upgrades cannabis to wine status. The crowd-funded tome is available in ebook format, paperback and hardcover (our pick) and includes recipes from Gluten-Free Almond Raspberry Cake to Tomahawk Rib Eye.
Light up in luxury with Shine’s gold rolling papers. Measuring 53mm by 100mm, each sheet is made from edible 24k gold leaf with a hemp blend base for super-smooth smoking. Save them for extra special occasions, or stock them as your everyday papers—if you have a little extra money to burn.
The Desert Piñon’s needles boast a deliciously sweet but earthy and pine-y fragrance that conjures images of burnt orange from the Southwest—and it’s a scent that Juniper Ridge has recreated with their new campfire incense. Blending this with a smoky and spicy fragrance, the Desert Piñon campfire incense is made up of wildcrafted plants, tree sap, wood and bamboo stick—with no charcoal, perfume or hidden chemicals.