New Business in Trinidad – Get Blown Glassworks

A new business has opened in Trinidad serving a unique need of the community.

Get Blown Glassworks, located at 251 N. Commercial Street, opened in mid-November, and seeks to provide Trinidad, the surrounding area, and our visitors with unique, hand-blown glass pipes and other smoking accessories.

Owned and operated by Megan Dunseith, a student at TSJC, and Anthony Burton, also employed locally in the cannabis industry, Get Blown Glassworks specializes in handmade glass smoking devices, including spoons, chillums, sherlock pipes, bubblers, steamrollers, bongs, dab rigs, nectar collectors, honey straws, and more. Their selection is vast, with affordable pieces and accessories that make great gifts for smokers, as well as unique, heady, and collaboration pieces to interest avid glass collectors, with many pieces blown in Colorado.

Pricing includes tax, and impressive discounts are applied for locals.

Get Blown Glassworks is open Tuesday – Saturday from 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM.

Get Blown Glassworks Website
(417) 763-0749


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