What is this?

by Madeline
(Fullerton, CA, USA)

Although this is not sea glass, I found this piece of glass and was wondering if anyone could identify it.

It is a clear piece of glass with a number of stripes.

One is orange and one is pink or salmon, while the rest are blue or possibly blue violet.

It is very dirty on the inside, but the "dirt" on the inside is hard to scrape off.

Can anyone identify where it's from?

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Jun 15, 2018
Definitely from a weed pipe
by: Long Beach Comber

I've been smoking pot from glass pipes for 16 years and broken many. This is definitely from the bowl portion of a weed pipe. The dirty black inside even looks like pot resin.

Apr 07, 2018
by: Madeline

I'm afraid I don't have a lot of information to give.
I don't know where I exactly found it, all I know for sure is that I found it in or around Fullerton, CA.
I apologize for my lack of knowledge, I didn't really pay attention to the details... Thanks anyway!

Apr 02, 2018
ID glass piece
by: Anonymous

It looks like part of a (broken) glass pipe for smoking marijuana... there are many art glass types, with beautiful colors and designs like your piece. The "dirt" on the inside is probably residue from the smoke. (Gently using rubbing alcohol should remove the residue, with a paper towel. )

Did you find it on a beach? I have found a couple other similar pieces on 2 different beaches in Southern California.

Hope this helps,

Apr 02, 2018
Not sea glass
by: Anonymous

I believe it may be a blow float. I wonder if it came from Lincoln city in oregon.

Apr 02, 2018
Very cool!
by: Carol

This looks like a piece of art glass. Are you near a manufacturing plant?

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