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1. ROACH CLIPS “Minimalist but flashy” is how Erin Rose Gardner describes her company High Society’s art deco jewelry line. These handmade, gold-dipped joint holders and roach clips come solo or as necklaces and earrings. Starting at $20

2. SOAKING SALTS Portland-based Empower makes soaking salts to provide the relief of cannabis in spa form. An invigorating bath ’splosion of botanicals and Epsom, Pink Himalayan and Dead Sea salts ... put the dub in rub-a-dub-dub. (Couldn’t resist.) Starting at $12

3. UNICORN HORNS Portland’s Alex Simon, the mind behind unstuffy ceramics company Make Good Choices, fashions all sorts of things you never knew you needed, like these low-key pipes. $46

4. BALM & BAR Hana Medicinals’ Amy Risch makes anti-inflammatory bars and rubs from THC and CBD extracts to ease everyday soreness, aches, and pains: choose between a bright arnica and menthol balm and a warm, soothing lavender and vanilla bar. $48

5. ONE-HITTER Discreet and simple, with a flash of gold, Pursuits of Happiness’s Voltaire pipes travel well to most occasions. $75

6. DONUT PIPE Pipes can look good on your coffee table. The proof? Petra Kaiser’s muted smokeware for Sandbox Ceramics. Mmmm ... doughnuts. $50

7. ASHTRAY Ariel Zimman’s colorful, geometric, porcelain Stonedware pipes are still the coolest around. Now Zimman is making these ashtrays with 22K gold gems for holding your j (and can also pull double duty as ring holders). $35

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