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    High Roller Tiki Lounge Mermaid Mug First Edition a.k.a. High Roller Tiki Lounge Mermaid Mug Blue

    This mug was manufactured by Tiki Farm for The High Roller Tiki Lounge in Solvang, CA. The High Roller Tiki Lounge is located in the back of the Sort This Out Cellars tasting room. This is a mug depicting a mermaid holding a pair of dice on front and a pelican on pier pilings on reverse (with dice in his mouth). It is glazed in a wipe-away blue glaze that leaves the relief areas an off-white and the recessed areas a light blue to enhance the details in the sculpt. The mermaid was chosen because Solvang is a Danish founded city and is lavished with Danish architecture and steeped in Danish history and within that history is Danish born Hans Christian Andersen’s “Little Mermaid” fairy tale and the Little Mermaid statue sculpted by Edvard Eriksen, located in Copenhagen, Denmark paying tribute to the fairy tale. This mug is used to serve the "Solvang Siren" consisting of White Wine, Lychee Syrup, Blood Orange Bitters, Pasilla Pepper, and Fresh Lime Juice. There is also a "Tangerine Dream" colored second edition of this mug design.

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    Mission Tiki Drive-In Mug

    This mug was designed and manufactured by Tiki Diablo for the Mission Tiki Drive-In's grand opening. The tiki is on his knees holding a red and white striped box of popcorn. The back reads "Mission Tiki Drive In."

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    Islander Hula Girl Mug a.k.a. Hula Girl Palm Tree Mug

    This hula girl mug is designed to look like the trunk of a palm tree. Hula girl has black hair, yellow lei, hair flower, and skirt, painted face details. From the Islander Restaurant in Stockton, California.

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    Tommy Bahama Wahine Mug 2007

    Tommy Bahama has produced this highly detailed series of wahine mugs, one each year. This mug has a green background, and the wahine is dressed in a grass skirt and is wearing yellow and purple leis. She has a bongo drum and a ukulele at her feet.

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    Tommy Bahama Wahine Mug 2002

    Tommy Bahama has produced this highly detailed series of wahine mugs, one each year. This mug has an off-white background, and the wahine is dressed in a pink dress with white flowers.

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    Tommy Bahama Wahine Mug 2003 a.k.a. Tommy Bahama's Tropical Nostalgia

    Tommy Bahama has produced this highly detailed series of wahine mugs, one each year. This mug has a blue background, and the wahine is dressed in moss green and magenta.

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    Tommy Bahama Wahine Mug 2004 a.k.a. Tommy Bahama Vacation Vixen Mug 2004

    Tommy Bahama has produced this highly detailed series of wahine mugs, one each year. This mug has a blue background, and the wahine is dressed in orange and sitting beneath palm trees.

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    Tommy Bahama Wahine Mug 2006

    Tommy Bahama has produced this highly detailed series of wahine mugs, one each year. This mug has a blue background, and the wahine is dressed in a grass skirt with flowers in her hair and is on a large swordfish.

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    Molokai Maiden Mug

    The Mai-Kai opened in 1956 and they added the Molokai Bar in 1958 with the beautiful hula girl figurehead carving that inspired this mug. Original designer for the Molokai Maiden carving on display at the Mai-Kai is unknown, but the idea for this mug version was conceptualized by Swanky, sculpted by Crazy Al, and manufactured by Swank Pad Productions and Bone Productions. Licensed with the Mai-Kai and first premiered at Tiki Oasis 2014. The First 50 Mugs are Artist Proofs, One of a Kinds, and Deluxe Glazes in editions of up to, but not more than 10. After that are larger editions, including Kona Seafoam in an edition of 50 and Mango in an edition of 25. All are numbered and dated.

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    Frankie's Tiki Room Bearded Clam Mug Brown

    This brown hiball with red painted details was designed by Dirk Vermin and manufactured by Tiki Farm for Frankie's Tiki Room in Las Vegas, NV. The front of the mug features a topless four-armed wahine in a grass skirt holding a drink in one hand, a shrunken head in another hand. A third hand is on her head and the fourth is on her hip. The back of the mug has a tiki with a palm trees coming out of it with skulls where coconuts would normally be.

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    Frankie's Tiki Room Bearded Clam Mug White

    This white hiball with painted details was designed by Dirk Vermin and manufactured by Tiki Farm for Frankie's Tiki Room in Las Vegas, NV. The front of the mug features a topless four-armed wahine in a grass skirt holding a drink in one hand, a shrunken head in another hand. A third hand is on her head and the fourth is on her hip. The back of the mug has a tiki with a palm trees coming out of it with skulls where coconuts would normally be.

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    The Reef Skin Diver Mug - 2nd Edition - Orange

    Mug is a bust of a female skin diver in a bikini with dive mask and snorkel. Legend has it that this Diver Girl is the long-lost love of Diver Duke (who is represented by the Reef’s Diver Helmet mug). Previously released in light blue.

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    The Reef Skin Diver Mug - First Edition - Blue

    Mug is a bust of a female skin diver in a bikini with dive mask and snorkel. Legend has it that this Diver Girl is the long-lost love of Diver Duke (who is represented by the Reef’s Diver Helmet mug). Also released in orange.

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    Triple Header Skull Mug - Open Edition - Brown - by Squid - Re-Issue for Bauer Pottery

    The "Triple Header" was designed by Squid.

    This design was originally issued as the "Triple Header" for Tiki Farm in 2007 in white and later in a variated special edition by Gecko at South Sea Arts in 2012.

    The mug features three skulls stacked one on top of the other with a handle on the back.

    Re-issued and released by Bauer(New/Modern) in a Limited Edition of 75 mugs in a brown and bone wiped glaze, followed by this open edition in brown glaze.

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    Raised By Wolves Mug by Tiki Tony for Raised by Wolves Bar a.k.a. Raised By Wolves Mug

    This limited edition ceramic mug was designed for Raised by Wolves by Tiki Tony, and depicts a dapper wolf in a tuxedo holding two tiki mugs.

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    Mermaid by Makatiki for Esotico Miami

    This mug is shaped like a kneeling mermaid holding a shell bowl over her head and wearing a flowered lei. Marked on reverse for Esotico Miami.

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    Taboo Planet Tiki Mug - First Edition

    This mug is a tikified re-imagining of the famous poster from the film, Forbidden Planet (1956) where Robby the Robot is carrying Anne Francis. In this case, the more tikified robot is carrying a hula girl.

    From the Tiki Maniacs website:

    "This tiki mug mash-up was inspired by one of our favorite mid-century sci-fi movies. The mug was sculpted by Patrick Vassar of The Green Tiki and produced in the USA by Kathy Tope of Tickled Tiki. The mug features a pearlized metallic glaze that changes color depending on the light and the hula girl is meticulously hand painted.

    This is a limited edition of 150 mugs and each will be hand numbered."

    10 Artist Proofs in varying colors were also produced. There was also a second edition of this mug produced in "Koa Wood" brown.

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    Taboo Planet Tiki Mug - Koa Wood Edition

    This mug is a tikified re-imagining of the famous poster from the film, Forbidden Planet (1956) where Robby the Robot is carrying Anne Francis. In this case, the more tikified robot is carrying a hula girl.

    From the Tiki Maniacs website:

    "This tiki mug mash-up was inspired by one of our favorite mid-century sci-fi movies. The mug was sculpted by Patrick Vassar and produced in the USA by Tickled Tiki. This edition features a brown matte finish with a charcoal wipe glaze. These mugs are hand made so no two will be alike.

    This is a limited edition of 150 mugs and each will be hand numbered."

    This edition was preceded by the first edition in a pearlescent metallic glaze and with full color hula girl. 10 Artist Proofs in varying colors were also produced.

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    The Velvet Gorilla - 1st Edition - Blue for Tiki Iniki

    This Derek Yaniger design features a large blue gorilla wearing a red fez and holding a wahine with one hand and a martini glass with the other.

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    Laki Kane Hula Dancer Mug - For Big Daddy G Cock-Tail - Blue Wipe Finish - by Bai a.k.a. Laki Kane Wahine With Penis Mug

    This is a mug shaped like a kneeling hula dancer and behind her is a penis covered with Maori designs. The designs were inspired by Maori flute designs. The tip of the penis mug was removed to create the opening. Between the figure of the hula girl and the ornamentation, the true nature of the sculpt is well hidden. This mug is paired with a hunky male Maori warrior mug in red wipe finish glaze to complete the set. Both are used to serve the "Big Daddy G" cock-tail (emphasis on the "cock"). The "G" is presumably for Georgi. The drink consists of "Bacardi Anejo Cuatro, Pusser's Gunpowder and Banks 7 rums, shaken with red wine, cherry liqueur, absinthe, cacao flesh, maple syrup and blueberry". These mugs are for sale at the bar.

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    Halloween Mug - The Shape Variant - Matte Orange with Black Wipe - by MONDO

    From the 1978 slasher film classic, Halloween, comes this mug by MONDO, inspired by the jack-o-lantern from the opening credits, and featuring a "carved" Michael Myers on the back. Complete with removable pumpkin lid, one silver Slasher Swizzle Stick, and holds approximately 17oz.

    Designed by: Michael Bonanno, Sculpted by: Tufan Sezer and Kristina Rousseau and Manufactured by Tiki Farm.

    Several glaze variants include: The Standard Variant (gloss orange with black details), The Shape Variant (traditional matte orange with black wipe), Devil's Eyes Variant (black with orange details), Beyond Fest Variant (white with black highlights), and Alamo Drafthouse Theater Variant (gloss brown).

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    Hina Keahi - Brown - by Tim Wollweber

    This mug is shaped like Hina Keahi, one of the two legendary Ghost Sisters of Hawaii -- a kneeling wahine playing ukulele and wearing a flower lei and circlet of flowers in her hair. This version in gloss brown is matched with a gloss brown version of Hina Kulu'ua and both can be used as mugs or filled with sand to use as bookends since they were purposefully made with a flat edge on the reverse.

    Also produced in a "Dualtone" rutile blue with hints of brown showing through.

    Tiki Farm relates this legend of The Ghost Sisters of Hilo Hills:

    "According to Hawaiian mythology, Hina is the goddess of the moon and the mother of Maui. She had two daughters, Hina Keahi, the mistress of fire and Hina Kuluʻua, the mistress of rain. It is said that Hina gifted her daughters with two mountains, Halai for Hina Keahi and Puʻuhonu for Hina Kuluʻua.

    The people of Hina Keahi’s mountain always had plentiful amounts of food with them, but one month their crops started shriveling up and the people began to starve. Hina Keahi knew she had to do something to help her people, so she ordered for an underground imu to be made. She told her people to gather firewood and the people of the village decided that they needed to put someone in the imu to be sacrificed.

    Hina Keahi told her people to bury her in the imu, reassuring them that she would not get hurt because she was the fire goddess. She told her people to wait three days. During those three days, Hina Keahi traveled from the ground towards the sea – she came up to the surface where Hilo Boarding School stands today and she marked her spot with a freshwater spring.

    On the third day, Hina Keahi returned to the village as a woman who the villagers did not recognize. All the villagers were in awe of how much she resembled Hina Keahi, but they knew it was not her because she was in the imu. The woman told the villagers to uncover the imu and they found enough cooked food to supply them until the rainy season returned. To this day, the villagers believe that Hina Keahi sought out help from her beloved sister Hina Kuluʻua to help her feed her people."

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    Voodoo Goddess - First/Limited Edition - Dried Blood Red - by Tank Standing Buffalo

    From the Tiki Farm website:

    "We proudly bring you another radical design by long time Tiki Farm friend and collaborator, Tank Standing Buffalo. Introducing our brand new “Voodoo Goddess” mug, aka “Mama May”. Tank can push the darker end of the design spectrum every now and then and we are very happy to support and promote his creative energies when he does. You probably remember Tank’s super popular “VooDude” mug which sold out very quickly. Do not miss your chance to get your hands on Tank’s newest creation shown here in a Limited Edition of 250 in a glaze variation we’ve named “Dried Blood”. Peek around the design and you’ll see fun added elements such as skulls, flickering Tiki torches, a jug of hooch, a little stuffed animal, dripping candles, and… who do you spy on the back mantle… is it… yes it is… it’s VOODUDE!"

    There was also a second edition released in 2021 in "Mardi Gras Green".

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    Hina Kulu'ua - Brown - by Tim Wollweber

    This mug is shaped like Hina Kulu'ua, one of the two legendary Ghost Sisters of Hawaii -- a kneeling wahine holding a water gourd and wearing a flower lei. This version in gloss brown is matched with a gloss brown version of Hina Keahi and both can be used as mugs or filled with sand to use as bookends since they were purposefully made with a flat edge on the reverse.

    Also produced in a "Dualtone" rutile blue with hints of brown showing through.

    Tiki Farm relates this legend of The Ghost Sisters of Hilo Hills:

    "According to Hawaiian mythology, Hina is the goddess of the moon and the mother of Maui. She had two daughters, Hina Keahi, the mistress of fire and Hina Kuluʻua, the mistress of rain. It is said that Hina gifted her daughters with two mountains, Halai for Hina Keahi and Puʻuhonu for Hina Kuluʻua.

    The people of Hina Keahi’s mountain always had plentiful amounts of food with them, but one month their crops started shriveling up and the people began to starve. Hina Keahi knew she had to do something to help her people, so she ordered for an underground imu to be made. She told her people to gather firewood and the people of the village decided that they needed to put someone in the imu to be sacrificed.

    Hina Keahi told her people to bury her in the imu, reassuring them that she would not get hurt because she was the fire goddess. She told her people to wait three days. During those three days, Hina Keahi traveled from the ground towards the sea – she came up to the surface where Hilo Boarding School stands today and she marked her spot with a freshwater spring.

    On the third day, Hina Keahi returned to the village as a woman who the villagers did not recognize. All the villagers were in awe of how much she resembled Hina Keahi, but they knew it was not her because she was in the imu. The woman told the villagers to uncover the imu and they found enough cooked food to supply them until the rainy season returned. To this day, the villagers believe that Hina Keahi sought out help from her beloved sister Hina Kuluʻua to help her feed her people."

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    Baby Doe Mug - First Edition - Teal Wash with Greenish Yellow Lei

    This Baby Doe Mug was a few years in the making. It features a stylized rendering of Baby Doe (who along with Otto hosts the annual Tiki Oasis in California) in her signature sunglass hat.

    This first edition is glazed in a teal wash with greenish yellow lei around neck.

    The design hearkens back to vintage ceramic head vases of the 1950s/60s. Baby Doe also wanted it to have a more cartoony/stylized face that could give the sense that it could be ANY tiki girl at Tiki Oasis. She resisted the original vision to make it photo-realistic and resemble her more closely. MP Ceramics perfected the vision after several exchanges and revisions.

    After the design was made, they turned it over to John Mulder of Eekum Bookum.

    The timing of the mug was supposed to come out for the 20th anniversary of Tiki Oasis in August 2020 but the COVID virus happened and the Oasis was turned into a virtual event without all the bells and whistles they had intended. She decided not to release the mug at that point.

    However, in December 2020, Baby Doe decided not to sit on them any longer and released them for sale through her Facebook page. They come complete with mini earrings designed by TeeKi Togs.

    The sale price is $125 which includes domestic shipping.

    A second edition in pink wash with orange lei around neck is also in the works...

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    Wahine With Hibiscus Flowers - by Eekum Bookum - for Esotico Miami

    This mug is shaped like the head of a dark-haired Polynesian wahine with hibiscus blossoms in her hair.

    The mug hearkens back to 1960s era chalkware head busts put out by Marwal (and other lesser known companies) which among other themes, had a line of native Polynesian girl head busts wearing hibiscus flowers in their hair.

    Each mug comes with an actual unique necklace strung around the neck that can be removed and worn by the owner.

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    Barbie Doll Forgotten Paradise 2020 Convention Mug - Pink - by Bauer Ceramics

    This rendition of the classic Barbie Doll by Mattel was created for the 2020 Barbie Convention in Las Vegas, NV at the Mirage Hotel, from July 8-11, 2020. The theme for this year was "Forgotten Paradise". The convention was cancelled because of COVID but this mug was one of the main draws in the swag bags prepared for those who signed up for the event.

    Barbie is dressed in a swimsuit and holding a pair of cat's eye sunglasses, wearing a hibiscus flower in her hair, and more flowers are at her feet.

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    The Reef Skin Diver Mug - 3rd Edition - Queen of Hearts - Red

    Mug is a bust of a female skin diver in a bikini with dive mask and snorkel. Legend has it that this Diver Girl is the long-lost love of Diver Duke (who is represented by the Reef’s Diver Helmet mug). Previously released in light blue and also in orange. This was a special limited edition of 20 pieces only in red glaze with heart cheek tattoo for Valentine's Day on February 14th, 2021.

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    Tiki Fever Mug

    From the Bahi Hut website sales page:

    "This collector edition mug was designed by RoboTiki & crafted by Eekum Bookum Mugs. The detailed design features Marina the Mermaid & the Disasternauts."

    There are tiny holes in Marina's hands so that you can fit tiny flaming torches into each hand. The Disasternauts are portrayed as orange jumpsuited apes.

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    Frankie's Tiki Room Bearded Clam Mug - Pretty In Pink Limited Edition - by Dirk Vermin

    This pink hiball was designed by Dirk Vermin and manufactured by Tiki Farm for Frankie's Tiki Room in Las Vegas, NV. The front of the mug features a topless four-armed wahine in a grass skirt holding a drink in one hand, a shrunken head in another hand. A third hand is on her head and the fourth is on her hip. The back of the mug has a tiki with a palm trees coming out of it with skulls where coconuts would normally be.

    This version was preceded by a brown edition and a white edition with color details.

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    Hurry Back Ghostly Bride Mug - by Tiki tOny - for Tikiland Trading Company

    This mug was designed by Tiki tOny, sculpted by THOR (Tom Thordarson), and produced by Tikiland Trading.

    It is based on the Ghostly Bride at Disneyland's Haunted Mansion.

    The mug is a Tim Burtonesque tall bride in a wedding dress with an axe clutched behind her back in both hands. Tapa designs on dress and glazed in a light aqua wipe-away glaze. Made of porcelain.

    Came as a set with a drink card for the "Death Certificate" cocktail and a matching collector's pin.

    From the Tikiland website:

    "While this ghostly bride may have been left 6ft under... at the altar... she’s back, and she’s got an axe to pick. Her bridal gown, covered in a beautiful tapa design, suggests that her vows were to be exchanged somewhere in the South Pacific, but clearly something didn't go as planned. This tiki mug will be made of white porcelain, with glazed accents emphasizing her 'glowing aura'."

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    Floral Tiki Goddess - by Critterosity - for Tikiland Trading Company

    This mug is shaped like the head of a wide-eyed wahine, with black hair, a long neck, and crowned with a beautiful circlet of white & pink hibiscus flowers.

    From Tikiland Trading:

    "Floral Tiki Goddess was inspired by the art of Critterosity. Tiki Tony saw one of her pieces and thought it would make a gorgeous tiki mug and we all agreed! Eva has made a wonderful addition to our TikiLand Trading Co. marketplace events, and her hand painted tiki mug collaborations with Johnny Velour have sold out in lightning speed at the events.

    Artist Eva, of Critterosity, enjoys dreaming up Tiki Goddesses to escape and imagine the beauty of the islands. The Goddesses she designs are unique in their own way as they each contribute to nature. The Floral Tiki Goddess wears upon her head a crown filled with the colorful life she has.

    Floral Tiki Goddess is limited to 300 mugs, and comes with a custom tiki cocktail recipe crafted by Kelly Merrell.

    This ceramic tiki mug is was designed by Critterosity, sculpted by Thor, and is one of our first two mugs that has been manufactured in-house at TikiLand Trading Co. by the same team that previously made mugs released by Thor Arts!"

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    Tiki Oasis 2021 Riki Tiki Mug - First Edition - by Eekum Bookum a.k.a. Tiki Oasis 21 Riki Tiki Mug - by Eekum Bookum

    This year's mug for Tiki Oasis is shaped like a tiki head with a lidded hat and flame on top.

    This event marks the first year that Tiki Oasis was held at the Town and Country Resort. The mug is modeled after their one and only vintage tiki on the premises -- a William Westenhaver Witco Mainlander carving named “Riki Tiki” that was placed atop their pavillion.

    On special occasions, Tiki torch flames or fireworks would be set off from his head. Riki caught fire a couple of times even though he was protected from the flames via a sheetmetal dulì (Chinese farmer’s hat).

    San Diego Fire Department officials soon put a stop to that, and Riki Tiki was relocated to good ol’ terra firma. The pavilion and Riki Tiki have survived under various names to this day.

    The mug was issued only on premises with the Deluxe Evening Resort Pass ($420) and the mug was billed as a $150 value.

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    Floral Tiki Goddess - by Critterosity - for Tikiland Trading Company

    This mug is shaped like the head of a wide-eyed wahine, with black hair, a long neck, and crowned with a beautiful circlet of white & pink hibiscus flowers.

    From Tikiland Trading:

    "Floral Tiki Goddess was inspired by the art of Critterosity. Tiki Tony saw one of her pieces and thought it would make a gorgeous tiki mug and we all agreed! Eva has made a wonderful addition to our TikiLand Trading Co. marketplace events, and her hand painted tiki mug collaborations with Johnny Velour have sold out in lightning speed at the events.

    Artist Eva, of Critterosity, enjoys dreaming up Tiki Goddesses to escape and imagine the beauty of the islands. The Goddesses she designs are unique in their own way as they each contribute to nature. The Floral Tiki Goddess wears upon her head a crown filled with the colorful life she has.

    Floral Tiki Goddess is limited to 300 mugs, and comes with a custom tiki cocktail recipe crafted by Kelly Merrell.

    This ceramic tiki mug is was designed by Critterosity, sculpted by Thor, and is one of our first two mugs that has been manufactured in-house at TikiLand Trading Co. by the same team that previously made mugs released by Thor Arts!"

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    Tiki Oasis 2021 Riki Tiki Mug - First Edition - by Eekum Bookum a.k.a. Tiki Oasis 21 Riki Tiki Mug - by Eekum Bookum

    This year's mug for Tiki Oasis is shaped like a tiki head with a lidded hat and flame on top.

    This event marks the first year that Tiki Oasis was held at the Town and Country Resort. The mug is modeled after their one and only vintage tiki on the premises -- a William Westenhaver Witco Mainlander carving named “Riki Tiki” that was placed atop their pavillion.

    On special occasions, Tiki torch flames or fireworks would be set off from his head. Riki caught fire a couple of times even though he was protected from the flames via a sheetmetal dulì (Chinese farmer’s hat).

    San Diego Fire Department officials soon put a stop to that, and Riki Tiki was relocated to good ol’ terra firma. The pavilion and Riki Tiki have survived under various names to this day.

    The mug was issued only on premises with the Deluxe Evening Resort Pass ($420) and the mug was billed as a $150 value.

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    Hurry Back Ghostly Bride Mug - by Tiki tOny - for Tikiland Trading Company

    This mug was designed by Tiki tOny, sculpted by THOR (Tom Thordarson), and produced by Tikiland Trading.

    It is based on the Ghostly Bride at Disneyland's Haunted Mansion.

    The mug is a Tim Burtonesque tall bride in a wedding dress with an axe clutched behind her back in both hands. Tapa designs on dress and glazed in a light aqua wipe-away glaze. Made of porcelain.

    Came as a set with a drink card for the "Death Certificate" cocktail and a matching collector's pin.

    From the Tikiland website:

    "While this ghostly bride may have been left 6ft under... at the altar... she’s back, and she’s got an axe to pick. Her bridal gown, covered in a beautiful tapa design, suggests that her vows were to be exchanged somewhere in the South Pacific, but clearly something didn't go as planned. This tiki mug will be made of white porcelain, with glazed accents emphasizing her 'glowing aura'."

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    Wendy Cevola Hula Girl Hot Tub Mug

    This is a brown coconut mug whose inside has a kneeling wahine statue with large breasts and hands behind head. The interior of the coconut and part of the wahine is painted blue to show the "water" in the "hot tub" she is sitting in. This piece incorporates an earlier design, the Missionary's Downfall Statue. More on the sculpting, casting, and decoration of these pieces can be seen on Wendy's thread on Tiki Central.

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    Innsmouth Fogcutter Series One Open Edition In Bluish Green by Horror In Clay

    This is a fog cutter shaped mug showing the devolution of a pretty wahine into a gilled Lovecraftian horror of the deep. Designed by Jonathan Chaffin (Tiki Atari on TC) and manufactured in collaboration with Tiki Farm. The Innsmouth Fogcutter Mug is inspired by HP Lovecraft's story "The Shadow Over Innsmouth." This mug is designed as if used in the Gilman House hotel lounge and bears the location stamp of infamous Innsmouth, MA. This Series One Open Edition features a wiped-off bluish green glaze and gloss overcoat. The sculpt itself features an Esoteric Order of Dagon logo, the transformation of a woman into an aquatic horror, and you can see dread Cthulhu lurking down in sunken R'yleth if you look carefully. There are also limited edition versions which were re-sculpted and hand detailed and glazed by Wendy Cevola.

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    Bubbles Mermaid Mug

    This is a mug featuring "Bubbles" the super nice mermaid. It is one of a two-part set and the other mug features "Troubles" the mermaid, her naughty sister. "Bubbles" plays a ukulele for her fish friends while her sister is busy drinking tropical cocktails.

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    Claudette Barjoud Classic Cocktail Set Pitcher a.k.a. The Tiki Temptress Classic Cocktail Set Pitcher

    This is a black pitcher with a red etched scene that includes a topless standing wahine clad in a leopard skin skirt (skull at her feet) on one side and a sitting wahine in a short leopard skin dress on the other side. This is the third of 4 Classic Cocktail Set editions featuring different artists. The set includes a pitcher, two martini-inspired mugs, and two stir sticks. This set uses Tiki Farm's sandblasting technique. Released on 11/23/2012.

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    Troubles Mermaid Mug

    This is a mug featuring "Troubles" the naughty mermaid. It is one of a two-part set and the other mug features "Bubbles" the mermaid, her super nice sister. "Troubles" is busy drinking tropical cocktails while her sister, "Bubbles," plays a ukulele for her fish friends.

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    Troubles Mermaid Mug

    This is a mug featuring "Troubles" the naughty mermaid. It is one of a two-part set and the other mug features "Bubbles" the mermaid, her super nice sister. "Troubles" is busy drinking tropical cocktails while her sister, "Bubbles," plays a ukulele for her fish friends.

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    Alohabilly Babs Mug

    This Blonde Haired Hillbilly Hula Girl was designed Derek Yaniger for Tiki Farm. She's settin' on a stump with a flower 'tween her teeth and a big ol' jug o' moonshine by her bare feet.

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    Alohabilly Betty Mug

    The Brunette kissin’ cousin of Alohabilly Babs was also designed by Derek Yaniger for Tiki Farm. Betty's got her grass skirt, her pipe and a jug o' moonshine that's a blowin' it's top like a volcano.

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    Tommy Bahama Wahine Mug 2007

    Tommy Bahama has produced this highly detailed series of wahine mugs, one each year. This mug has a green background, and the wahine is dressed in a grass skirt and is wearing yellow and purple leis. She has a bongo drum and a ukulele at her feet.

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    Tommy Bahama Wahine Mug 2002

    Tommy Bahama has produced this highly detailed series of wahine mugs, one each year. This mug has an off-white background, and the wahine is dressed in a pink dress with white flowers.

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    Tommy Bahama Wahine Mug 2003 a.k.a. Tommy Bahama's Tropical Nostalgia

    Tommy Bahama has produced this highly detailed series of wahine mugs, one each year. This mug has a blue background, and the wahine is dressed in moss green and magenta.

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    Tommy Bahama Wahine Mug 2004 a.k.a. Tommy Bahama Vacation Vixen Mug 2004

    Tommy Bahama has produced this highly detailed series of wahine mugs, one each year. This mug has a blue background, and the wahine is dressed in orange and sitting beneath palm trees.