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    Volcano Mug - Turquoise Blue & Orange - by Mookie Sato - for Stowaway Tiki

    This volcano-shaped lo-ball mug features a wrap-around scene of Moai paddlers in a canoe, waves, a palm tree, and a wahine with flowers. Glazed in turquoise blue/cyan with orange lava dripping down from the lip.

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    "ALOHA BABY!" 10th Anniversary Tiki Mug - by Tiki Diablo - for The Tikiyaki Orchestra

    From Tikiyaki's website:

    "Handcrafted in California exclusively by Tiki Diablo for The Tikiyaki Orchestra, this mug stands approximately 9" tall, holds 16 oz completely full, and is finished in a lagoon turquoise and sea green matte finish, with a white glossy interior.

    Only 100 of these were made, so they are super limited and exclusive."

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    KAPU I'A a.k.a. Frankie's Tiki Room Kapu I'a

    This is a standing Tiki with huge squarish clenched teeth, wearing a fish hook necklace, and with a hole in his clenched left hand to hold a purple trident that comes with the mug. The trident reads "Frankie's Las Vegas" in gold and there is a fish speared on the middle prong of the trident. Mug is glazed in light ivory/beige with a light purple wipe effect and gloss finish.

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    Don the Beachcomber Vicious Virgin Modern Mug Red a.k.a. Don the Beachcomber Vicious Virgin Modern Third Edition

    This red mug is similar to the vintage Vicious Virgin mug manufactured by OMC for the Islander Restaurant and to other vintage versions of the same design. The mug is a simple female form. She is nude with shoulder-length hair. Red glaze. Her hands meet at her stomach. Unlike the vintage versions, this mug has tikified hands, a flower in her hair, and a more pronounced wood grain effect. First version was released in brown and a second color-way edition was released in 2012 in green. On November 12th, 2016, three new Limited Edition color ways were released (red, orange, and blue).

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    Kon Tiki Tucson Milan Guanko Brown

    Kon Tiki in Tucson (no connection to the Steve Crane Kon-Tiki restaurants) has been in business since the 1960s. This mug was designed by Squid and produced by Tiki Farm for sale at the Kon Tiki restaurant. Mug debuted in Feb 2005. It is available in both mug & shot size, this is the mug. The inspiration for the design is a Milan Guanko carved tiki outside of the restaurant.

    This shot glass comes only in a brown glaze, and has "Kon Tiki" indented into the mold in back.

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    Mug of Mugs - Limited Classic Edition - Gloss Brown

    From Tikiland Trading:

    "Introducing the 'Mug of Mugs'. This tiki mug pays homage to some of our favorite classic tiki mugs, while PNG style masks lean on this bamboo tiki mug rack.

    When brainstorming this tiki mug, Lost Tiki had an idea for some type of wooden tiki mug rack which featured tiki mugs, and PNG style masks. He drew out some rough sketches and then brainstormed with Tiki TOny and Tom 'Thor' Thordarson. Thor was able to capture the essence of the idea in his sketch (which is featured on the recipe card) and we all loved what he conceptualized. A true master of his craft, Thor absolutely nailed the sculpt of this mug, painstakingly sculpting each individual tiki mug that is featured on the racks. From the Bumatay to Tiki Bob, we hope you love this design as much as we do.

    The 'Mug of Mugs' comes with a custom recipe 'Drink of Drinks' created by Kelly Merrell.

    This is a Limited Edition of 400 in this glaze variation (gloss brown).

    This mug holds about 22oz (varies slightly mug to mug), is nearly 8.25” tall, and has a nice solid weight of almost 1 lbs 12oz."

    *There was also an exclusive edition for TikiLand Mug Society members that had an all-over brown glaze with a deep brown/black wipe, in a satin finish.

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    Don the Beachcomber Vicious Virgin Modern Mug Blue a.k.a. Don the Beachcomber Vicious Virgin Modern Third Edition

    This blue mug is similar to the vintage Vicious Virgin mug manufactured by OMC for the Islander Restaurant and to other vintage versions of the same design. The mug is a simple female form. She is nude with shoulder-length hair. Blue glaze. Her hands meet at her stomach. Unlike the vintage versions, this mug has tikified hands, a flower in her hair, and a more pronounced wood grain effect. First version was released in brown and a second color-way edition was released in 2012 in green. On November 12th, 2016, three new Limited Edition color ways were released (red, orange, and blue).

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    The Quiet Village Podcast 100th Episode Coconut Shot Mug - by Eric October

    From the digitiki website:

    "Celebrate the 100th episode of the Quiet Village podcast with your own customized coconut shot mug. 100 will be hand sculpted individually by the talented artist Eric October. Each shot mug is a small mini coconut, perfect for a tot of your favorite grog. The front is emblazoned with "The Quiet Village Podcast" logo. The back says "100th Episode".

    BUT THE BEST PART is that you can get your mug customized with your name or your Tiki handle on it. Just list your desired name during check out."

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    Royal Kona Resort Don The Beachcomber Birthday Tiki Mug - Open Edition - by Tiki Shark

    This brown glazed mug is shaped like a full body ku tiki with massive abs and a skull balanced on both knees. Reverse is marked for the Royal Kona Resort Don The Beachcomber. Reverse also has has image of Don in his classic straw hat and holding a tiki mug. This mug celebrates the 113th birthday of Don the Beachcomber and went up for sale on his actual birthday, February 22nd. There was also a Limited Edition (limited to 113 pieces for the 113th birthday) that was signed and numbered (but glaze looks very similar to Open Edition in photos).

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    Lock, Shock, & Barrel Mug - Halloween Variant - Orange - by MONDO

    From Mondo:

    "Among the joyous sprawling cemeteries of Halloween Town, its most diminutive denizens Lock, Shock and Barrel have stacked to attack with some neighborly holiday horror. From the Tim Burton/Henry Selick/Disney classic THE NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS comes the three little troublemakers in one trick-or-treat tiki. This mug features the three stinkers in a tiki totem, with their untrustworthiness criss-crossing on the back."

    This is the Halloween orange glaze variant. This design was also produced in a Skeleton Variant in bone white and a Standard Variant with each of the three characters in a separate color-way.

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    Little Buddy - by Wolf Tiki

    This is a mug shaped like the shrunken head of Gilligan (or "Little Buddy" as the Skipper always called him), from the television show Gilligan's Island (1964-1967).

    Little Buddy & The Skipper were sold as a matched set, designed and sculpted by Wolf, and then manufactured in Florida in ceramic by The Shrunken Monkey.

    They are an homage to the classic television show, and Wolf's added twist is that he sculpted this mug set of Little Buddy & The Skipper as shrunken heads.

    The mug set was a limited edition of 150. The wait list started early on but they were officially released for sale in October (1st half) and December (2nd half) 2018. They did not start shipping out until the end of February 2019.

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    Marqool - Blue With Black Wash - The Classics Collection - by Tank Standing Buffalo - for Tiki Farm

    This is a Marquesan style tiki mug in blue glaze with black wash. There is also a version in orange with black wash.

    From the Tiki Farm website:

    "Marqool is intentionally a synergy of our earliest years Tiki Farm aesthetic direction combined with our new, highly evocative, deeply saturated stain/wash glaze combinations. Marqool is a straight-up Marquesan-inspired Tiki mug. There is not much of a deviation here from what you would have expected 21-years ago from Tiki Farm in such regard. Marqool was created with my establishing the design foundation and then steering the creative direction in conjunction with our friend and longtime Tiki Farm contributing artist/designer – Tank Standing Buffalo."

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    The Skipper - by Wolf Tiki

    This is a mug shaped like the shrunken head of the Skipper, from the television show Gilligan's Island (1964-1967).

    Little Buddy & The Skipper were sold as a matched set, designed and sculpted by Wolf, and then manufactured in Florida in ceramic by The Shrunken Monkey.

    They are an homage to the classic television show, and Wolf's added twist is that he sculpted this mug set of Little Buddy & The Skipper as shrunken heads.

    The mug set was a limited edition of 150. The wait list started early on but they were officially released for sale in October (1st half) and December (2nd half) 2018. They did not start shipping out until the end of February 2019.

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    Mr. Bali Hai Creepxotica Mug - Limited Edition - by Tiki Farm - for Bali Hai & Creepxotica

    This is a version of the classic Mr. Bali Hai tiki mug with the black and white skull mask of the Creepxotica band and with a black and white fez lid featuring a coffin and bat on the front.

    Mr. Bali Hai is an oblong head with a bone through the nose and large hoop earrings, with sleepily lidded eyes -- the carved version being a mascot that greets visitors at the entrance to the Bali Hai.

    Creepxotica is the Exotica Music playing alter ego of The Creepy Creeps band which started out doing a "haunted style" of Bossa Nova music.

    Released at the Bali Hai on Friday April 30th, at a Creepxotica show at the Bali Hai.

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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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    Jungle Cruise Boat Mug - First Edition - Gloss Brown - for Trader Sam's Enchanted Tiki Bar

    This mug depicts the "Congo Queen", a jungle boat (that Walt Disney spent much time in) with a tiki at the helm and tiki passengers that has hippos rearing up out of the water along one side and piranha leaping up on the other. The mug was released at Trader Sam's Enchanted Tiki Bar on July 30th, 2021, to coincide with the release of The Jungle Cruise film in theaters and on Disney+. Customers were restricted to only two of these mugs per transaction. This design was also released at Trader Sam's in a light yellow special edition which was restricted to 1 per transaction. Lastly, a two-tone oxidized brown glazed version was released exclusively through Club 33 (marked as "Molopo Marie" instead of "Congo Queen").

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    The Other - First Edition - Green - by Big Toe a.k.a. Maori Frankenstein

    This mug was based on Big Toe's (Tom Laura's) painting, The Other. It is a re-imagining or "What If?" that considers the end of Mary Shelly's classic story of Frankenstein's Monster and what might have happened if instead of going to the North Pole at the end he had hopped a ship to the South Seas instead and found more inclusion among native islanders.

    The mug is a depiction of the Monster similar to Universal's classic flat head version with bolts in the neck, but he is dressed in Victorian finery with a bow tie and suit, and his face is covered in Maori moko tattoos. Glazed in green. Manufactured by Tiki Farm and although Tom carried around a sample to many shows in advance of its release, the actual mug went on sale at the Tiki Farm booth at Tiki Oasis on Saturday, July, 31st.

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    Menehune Magic Mug For Sam's Seafood

    This mug was used at Sam's Seafood (later Don the Beachcomber's) in Huntington Beach/Sunset Beach, CA. The mug is glazed in brown, and has the Sam's Seafood Swordfish logo printed in white on the front. It is shaped like a pot with a menehune standing behind it. There is a similar mug made for the Sheraton Kauai, marked "Menehune Magic" on front.

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    Menehune Magic Mug For Sam's Seafood

    This mug was used at Sam's Seafood (later Don the Beachcomber's) in Huntington Beach/Sunset Beach, CA. The mug is glazed in brown, and has the Sam's Seafood Swordfish logo printed in white on the front. It is shaped like a pot with a menehune standing behind it. There is a similar mug made for the Sheraton Kauai, marked "Menehune Magic" on front.

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    King Tā Moko Mug - Christmas 2019 - Limited Edition for Esotico Miami a.k.a. Maori Tattoo Elvis Santa Mug

    Bust of a young Elvis, his face covered with traditional Māori tattoos. This design has been released in a few small editions with different colored shirts, including a pink, a light blue, and a darker blue with black detail. This limited edition mug was produced for Christmas 2019 where the shirt is replaced with a red, fur trimmed Santa Coat with a sprig of holly on the lapel.

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    Lock, Shock, & Barrel Mug - Halloween Variant - Orange - by MONDO

    From Mondo:

    "Among the joyous sprawling cemeteries of Halloween Town, its most diminutive denizens Lock, Shock and Barrel have stacked to attack with some neighborly holiday horror. From the Tim Burton/Henry Selick/Disney classic THE NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS comes the three little troublemakers in one trick-or-treat tiki. This mug features the three stinkers in a tiki totem, with their untrustworthiness criss-crossing on the back."

    This is the Halloween orange glaze variant. This design was also produced in a Skeleton Variant in bone white and a Standard Variant with each of the three characters in a separate color-way.

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    King Tā Moko Mug - Light Blue - for Esotico Miami a.k.a. Maori Tattoo Elvis Mug Blue Shirt

    Bust of a young Elvis wearing a blue Aloha shirt, his face covered with traditional Māori tattoos. There are other shirt varieties, including pink and a darker blue with black detail. A limited edition mug was produced for Christmas 2019 where the shirt is replaced with a red, fur trimmed Santa Coat with a sprig of holly on the lapel.

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    King Tā Moko Mug - First Edition - Pink - for Esotico Miami a.k.a. Maori Tattoo Elvis Mug Pink Shirt

    Bust of a young Elvis wearing a pink Aloha shirt, his face covered with traditional Māori tattoos. This design was released in other editions with different colored shirts, including a light blue and a darker blue with black details. A limited edition mug was produced for Christmas 2019 where the shirt is replaced with a red, fur trimmed Santa Coat with a sprig of holly on the lapel.

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    Lono Signature Tiki Mug

    This is a full standing Lono style tiki with tall headdress and marked for Lono, in Hollywood, CA. It is a statement piece that showcases the god Lono's prominent headdress and it's also an ode to old Hollywood. This mug incorporates images of film reels, clapperboards and a Walk of Fame star on the bottom. It is also reminiscent of the Oscar statue, holding a sharks-teeth-edged sword in front in the same pose that Oscar holds its crusader sword. This version was released in 2018. There was a metallic gold version released in 2019 for their 2-Year Anniversary.

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    Kon Tiki Tucson Milan Guanko Long-Headed Ku Mug Black

    Based on an actual Milan Guanko carving on location at the Kon Tiki, this Tiki mug has a long face outlined by chisel marks and a palm bark texture around the rest of the head. The mouth is a traditional Ku shaped figure-eight, and the eyes are coffee-bean shaped, but the rest of the face is a bit more humanistic. Shoulders and upper torso visible at bottom. Overall shape is almost like a pilsner glass with a gradual slope inward from the top. Produced in two glaze variations. This is the regular edition with black exterior and orange interior. There is also a limited edition in all brown (50 made).

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    Kon Tiki Tucson Milan Guanko Mask Bucket Mug Gloss Beige a.k.a. Kon Tiki Tucson Milan Guanko Mask First Edition

    This bucket mug has a Milan Guanko mask with its tongue sticking out on one side and some glass floats on the other, against a basket weave pattern of criss-crossing lines. It is one of The Gang of Three from The Kon Tiki which is being sold as a set and includes a Milan Guanko Face mug and Milan Guanko Head mug also designed by The Pizz. All three mugs were based from original Milan Guanko carvings by The Pizz and manufactured by Tiki Farm.

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    The Bali Hai Roof Goof 2019 a.k.a. The Bali Hai Roof Goof In Weathered Wood Grain

    Whereas the earlier Tiki Farm Goof Mug design was based on the artwork on the matchbook from Christian's Hut in Corona Del Mar, this more primitive-looking version is designed to resemble the actual Goof on the roof of the Bali Hai. It is textured to look like weathered wood grain. The mug is shaped like a man's head with pointed teeth. He is grinning and wearing a tall headpiece that flares at the top. His hat, teeth and earrings are white, and his right eye and hat have red accents. The emblem on the hat is gold. This version is an open edition to be sold at the Bali Hai restaurant.

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    Hibiscus Head

    This tiki mug was designed by Crazy Al Evans for Tiki Farm. The mug is brown, and looks as if it were carved from a palm log. The tiki has large, round nostrils, and there is a small red hibiscus in a black circle in the middle of its head.

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    Ahola-E-Moh Mug - Dark Brown & Turquoise - First Edition

    The "Ahola-E-Moh" (an anagram of "Home Aloha") mug is the very first product in the Home Aloha line, and is a collaboration between Jim Bacchi (Tikiyaki), Matt Reese (Reesenik) and John Mulder (mulder142) of Eekum Bookum Tiki Mugs. The design features a Witco inspired tiki, in dark brown, juxtaposed with turquoise accents and mug interior, sitting on a black lava rock base.

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    Desert Oasis Monkeypod Ku - Lava Green

    Modeled after the vintage monkeypod souvenir tikis that were made in the Philippines and sold all over Hawaii in the 60s and 70s. Also produced inBrown / Gold.

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    Desert Oasis Monkeypod Ku - Brown / Gold

    Modeled after the vintage monkeypod souvenir tikis that were made in the Philippines and sold all over Hawaii in the 60s and 70s. Also produced in Lava Green.

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    Strong Water Sucking the Monkey Mug

    A coconut mug with a monkeys face carved into it. Designed by Big Toe and made by Eekum Bookum for Strong Water in Anaheim, California. Limited edition of 300 mugs.

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    Strong Water Sucking the Monkey Mug

    A coconut mug with a monkeys face carved into it. Designed by Big Toe and made by Eekum Bookum for Strong Water in Anaheim, California. Limited edition of 300 mugs.

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    Tonga Hut Palm Springs Green Coconut

    This is a mug shaped like a young green coconut that has been opened with a series of cuts to leave a white "scalloped" edge showing the white meat around the top. White interior.

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    Tonga Hut Palm Springs Green Coconut

    This is a mug shaped like a young green coconut that has been opened with a series of cuts to leave a white "scalloped" edge showing the white meat around the top. White interior.

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    Virgin Coconut Mug for Tonga Hut - White a.k.a. Thai Coconut Mug for Tonga Hut

    'Thai' style coconut of the type usually sold in stores; a hole is knocked into the top of the coconut and the coconut water is drunk with a straw. This mug keeps the 'top' of the coconut intact as a lid that can be inverted to use as a reservoir for a shot of run or a flaming sugar cube; it is notched to allow the use of a straw. The mug is off-white in color with a thin brown wash to pick out the details and the Tonga Hut imprinted on the side of the mug.

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    Mr. Bali Hai Concave OMC Mug a.k.a. Vintage Mr. Bali Hai

    This mug is of the original Mr. Bali Hai, the mascot for the Bali Hai Restaurant in San Diego. This version of the mug was manufactured by OMC and bears the OMC sticker, and has a concave base marked "Mr. Bali Hai made Exclusively for Bali Hai Restaurant San Diego, Calif" printed on the bottom. Mr. Bali Hai is an oblong head with a bone through the nose and large white hoop earrings, with sleepily lidded eyes (eyes are usually brown, sometimes blue). The mug comes with a lid with two straw holes.

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    Tiki Gardens Mug by Eekum Bookum

    This mug is a two sided mug with a tiki on one side and a moai on the other. The front of the mug features a 10 foot Tiki named Kahona, the water God, which stood at the entrance of the Tiki Gardens (a polynesian gardens theme park). It featured a fire pit in the mouth and torches they would light every night. The back features another of their monumental Tiki’s which they called Lono supreme God. Shells and gemstone eyes have been added on the tikis and the sides of the mug feature peacocks from the gardens.

    Tiki Gardens was a Polynesian gardens theme park in Indian Shores Florida, just a few miles from the creators house. It opened in 1964 it was closed in the 80s at which time it fell into disrepair ultimately being sold to the county. And of course they tore down paradise and put up a parking lot for the beach.

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    Greetings From Kane

    This is a Kane-shaped mug wrapped around a piece of bamboo (which is more visible from the back). It comes in a variety of glaze color options.

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    Royal Kona Resort Don The Beachcomber Birthday Tiki Mug - Open Edition - by Tiki Shark

    This brown glazed mug is shaped like a full body ku tiki with massive abs and a skull balanced on both knees. Reverse is marked for the Royal Kona Resort Don The Beachcomber. Reverse also has has image of Don in his classic straw hat and holding a tiki mug. This mug celebrates the 113th birthday of Don the Beachcomber and went up for sale on his actual birthday, February 22nd. There was also a Limited Edition (limited to 113 pieces for the 113th birthday) that was signed and numbered (but glaze looks very similar to Open Edition in photos).

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    Don the Beachcomber Modern Coconut Mug

    Georg's description:

    At Don The Beachcomber, Kailua-Kona.

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    Don the Beachcomber Modern Coconut Mug

    Don the Beachcomber Modern Coconut Mug Reproduction. Matte exterior and white glazed interior, with the Don the Beachcomber wood sign logo on the front & registration mark. Manufactured by Tiki Farm and marked "DTB 2009" in the mold on the bottom. The original mugs are smaller and do not have the registration mark on the front.

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    The Bali Hai Roof Goof in Matte Glaze with Gold Tooth a.k.a. Primitive Goof Mug Matte with Gold Tooth

    Whereas the earlier Tiki Farm Goof Mug design was based on the artwork on the matchbook from Christian's Hut in Corona Del Mar, this more primitive-looking version is designed to resemble the actual Goof on the roof of the Bali Hai. The mug is shaped like a man's head with pointed teeth. He is grinning and wearing a tall headpiece that flares at the top. His hat, teeth and earrings are white, and his right eye and hat have red accents. This is the second version of the Primitive Goof and is an open edition to be sold at the Bali Hai restaurant. It differs from the previous version with its matte glaze and the addition of a gold tooth.

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    The Bali Hai Roof Goof a.k.a. Primitive Goof Mug

    Whereas the earlier Tiki Farm Goof Mug design was based on the artwork on the matchbook from Christian's Hut in Corona Del Mar, this more primitive-looking version is designed to resemble the actual Goof on the roof of the Bali Hai. The mug is shaped like a man's head with pointed teeth. He is grinning and wearing a tall headpiece that flares at the top. His hat, teeth and earrings are white, and his right eye and hat have red accents. This version is an open edition to be sold at the Bali Hai restaurant.

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    Mr. Bali Hai Tiki Farm Mug Edition V a.k.a. Mr. Bali Hai Tiki Farm Mug Fifth Edition, Reproduction Mr. Bali Hai Orange Eyes

    This mug is a reproduction of the original Mr. Bali Hai, the mascot for the Bali Hai Restaurant in San Diego. This version of the mug was manufactured by Tiki Farm and portrays Mr. Bali Hai as an oblong head with a bone through the nose and large white hoop earrings, with sleepily lidded orange eyes. The mug comes with a lid with two straw holes. This version, which started in Summer 2018, can be easily distinguished by the orange eyes, the bone through nose is "droopier" than previous versions, and the eyebrows are not painted white -- just brown like the rest. This is a near duplicate of the earlier OMC Concave Bottom version in many ways. However, the sticker on the bottom looks like an Otagiri sticker but instead of the letters “OMC” in the “leaves”, it has a T and an F and an image of a little tiki head that looks to be the logo of Tiki Farm.

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    The Bali Hai Roof Goof 2019 a.k.a. The Bali Hai Roof Goof In Weathered Wood Grain

    Whereas the earlier Tiki Farm Goof Mug design was based on the artwork on the matchbook from Christian's Hut in Corona Del Mar, this more primitive-looking version is designed to resemble the actual Goof on the roof of the Bali Hai. It is textured to look like weathered wood grain. The mug is shaped like a man's head with pointed teeth. He is grinning and wearing a tall headpiece that flares at the top. His hat, teeth and earrings are white, and his right eye and hat have red accents. The emblem on the hat is gold. This version is an open edition to be sold at the Bali Hai restaurant.

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    Bali Hai 60th Anniversary Mug a.k.a. Mr. Bali Hai With Fez 60th Anniversary Mug

    This mug is a reproduction of the original Mr. Bali Hai, the mascot for the Bali Hai Restaurant in San Diego. This version of the mug was manufactured by Tiki Farm. Mr. Bali Hai is an oblong head with a bone through the nose and large white hoop earrings, with sleepily lidded eyes. This mug is topped by a tapa printed red fez with black tassel and the words "Bali Hai" in gold on front. The back of the mug reads: "Bali Hai 1954-2014 60th Anniversary Shelter Island." The anniversary event was on 10/30/2014 and each attendee had a ticket for one drink with mug on admission. The remainder of the mug run went on sale at the restaurant the following day.

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    The Bali Hai Roof Goof 2019 a.k.a. The Bali Hai Roof Goof In Weathered Wood Grain

    Whereas the earlier Tiki Farm Goof Mug design was based on the artwork on the matchbook from Christian's Hut in Corona Del Mar, this more primitive-looking version is designed to resemble the actual Goof on the roof of the Bali Hai. It is textured to look like weathered wood grain. The mug is shaped like a man's head with pointed teeth. He is grinning and wearing a tall headpiece that flares at the top. His hat, teeth and earrings are white, and his right eye and hat have red accents. The emblem on the hat is gold. This version is an open edition to be sold at the Bali Hai restaurant.