Originally Posted by photolinger
yes not traditional at all, however their marketing goal was to update what was considered class, (the traditional) with an elegant look. I mean its not like the other hookah glassware on the market.
i would love to check one out up close, it does look like very well fabricated items and i want to know how the stuff is made (it looks hand blown but then there are parts that look so clean but not cast or mould blown so idk if they are glued in later or what. but if its all hand done (which i assume it is) i under stand why they are expensive, and your not just paying for a hookah your paying for a piece of art