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    Kyoto Samurai Grog Sword Mug

    Simple mug with "Samurai Grog" stamped in plain, small black letters on the side. Design has swords and tsuba sword hand guards randomly placed all around a beige cylinder. Top and bottom rim are glazed in a darker brown. It is marked "Kyoto" on the bottom. OMC sticker on bottom.

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    The Lost Leatherneck of the South Pacific a.k.a. The Lost Leatherneck Skull

    From the Eekum Bookum website:

    "When John originally designed the mug, the goal was to reimagine the classic skull mug in a way that he had not seen done before. He also wanted to pay tribute to the men and women of the Armed Forces that have given the ultimate sacrifice to our country. As many of you know, John is a combat veteran and MIA/POW issues are something that’s near and dear to many of our hearts. There are still 71,000 Americans unaccounted for from World War II alone.

    Leatherneck is a military slang term for a member of the United States Marine Corps.

    We named this mug the Lost Leatherneck of the South Pacific for the Marines that were lost during World War II in the South Pacific. We wanted to release the mug on Memorial Day but time got away from us…. so instead we’re going to release it on the Fourth of July. While you’re out there enjoying yourself with a delicious Tiki drink in your hand, remember that freedom isn’t free and hoist a toast to the men women who gave it all.

    The mug is a skull laying on its back half buried in the sand. The dog tags read Leroy J Salisbury-US Marine Corps, a tribute to Janet’s Dad who served in the South Pacific during World War II as a marine infantry man. Her Dad rarely talked about the details of the war until about a year before he died. He shared some of the horrors he had lived though and shared the night terrors that continued to plague his sleep for over 70 years. He died 2 years ago, just short of his 95th birthday.

    This stoneware mug sculpted by Mulder142 is 6.5 inches long, 4.5 inches wide, stands 5 inches tall to the top of the teeth and hold 14 ounces of your favorite grog. There are two dog tags attached to each mug…"

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    El Calerte Jade Mask Mug - for UnderTow 5 Year Anniversary - by Tiki Diablo

    This mug is shaped like a skull missing its bottom jaw, with the top half covered in pieces of jade, and with golden eyes.

    The Aztecs and Mayans and other cultures from the Americas revered jade as a precious material and there are many examples of jade-covered masks and skulls that have been unearthed from these regions.

    The “El Calerte” Jade Mask took over a year from concept to creation. The mug was made in a super limited run of 200 for the 5th year anniversary of the Undertow tiki bar in Phoenix, Arizona (at its new larger and more immersive location at The Century Grand).

    This mug is near and dear to the artist himself, as it represents a tribute to his heritage and indigenous cultures tied to Arizona and beyond.

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    Aladdin - Cave of Wonders - Forbidden Treasure Variant - Orange - by MONDO

    This mug is shaped like the giant lion's head in the animated film, Aladdin, which forms the exterior of the Cave of Wonders.

    From MONDO:

    "Hidden amid the shimmering sands of the Sahara, where heroes are born to combat sinister sorcerers, lies the Cave of Wonders. Here, in the mystical keeping place of the magic lamp, ancient secrets are revealed, power is unleashed... and drinks are drank!"

    Also released in "Sand Storm" (brown) and "Diamond In The Rough" (blue) glazes.

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    The Unholy Diver - Limited Edition - by Anthony Carpenter - for Max's South Seas Hideaway

    This is a mug shaped like a skeleton in an old-fashioned dive suit. Eels and fish and plant live have grown up around him. A driftwood plaque in front reads "Max's South Seas Hideaway". The reverse features a Marquesan style tiki. Glazed in a brown wipe finish, leaving the overall mug an antiqued beige with brown in the recesses to show off the sculpt. Limited to 100 pieces and issued for Max's 2nd Anniversary party on Saturday, October 23rd.