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Founded in 2002 by Luca Falco, Illadelph Glass focuses on developing high-end borosilicate glass art. They have become a staple in the glass pipe industry by placing innovative designs at the forefront. Quality glass begins with a well-trained team of artisans who are constantly developing new designs with the end user in mind. Their team of glassblowers pay close attention to the smallest details, providing each customer with the best glass piece possible.
Form Follows Function
Illadelph specializes in highly functional scientific glass. Their product lineup includes straight tubes and beaker base bongs, as well as glycerin coils and bubblers. Even Illadelph’s bowls and ashcatchers are coveted for their flawless filtration: no hit is too powerful, and no natural flavors are missed.
Their product line is continually expanding, as well as attracting more and more artist collaborations. Which of course leads to counterfeit glass being produced. To put a stop to these knock-offs, Illadelph uses authorized barcodes. They also utilize high-end decals alongside keck clips and pack it in an all-over printed box along with. So, as long as you make sure your Illadelph product has all of these, you are good-to-go.
A Brief History
Illadelph got their start almost 20 years ago, back in 2002, in Philadelphia, PA. Their name was taken from the critically-acclaimed album “Illadelph Halflife” that was released in 1996 by Phili-based rap group The Roots. Their primary focus since this time has been to combine experience with a broad array of styles and techniques to craft the ultimate in glass smoking devices. This is a determining factor in why they’ve stayed in the forefront of the glass scene for so many years. Some of the incredible tech they’ve brought to the table over this period of time includes coil condensers, disc perc tech, up stem ash catchers, multi-hole bowl designs as well as pyramid percs, to name a few. This unique mix of scientific glass blowing and individual artistic imagination allows Illadelph to continually re-invent the boundaries of functional glass art.