2021 edition, Tiki Farm, made in Mexico.
Shot glass for Disney's Polynesian Village Resort. Art features mirrored image of the Disney Polynesian Village mascot, Maui. It reads "Disney's Polynesian Village Resort". Heat decal is brown, orange, and dull green. On the bottom is an official seal decal, "Authentic - Original Disney Parks (c) Disney, Made in USA, FAC-03266015305".
Hurricane glass from Disney World's Polynesian Resort. Brown lettering on white emblem reads "Disney's Polynesian Resort (c) Disney", with blue wave tattoo pattern frame.
Miniature hurricane shot glass with "Disney's Polynesian Resort (c) Disney" printed in orange, black, brown, and yellow paint. Scrolling emblem illustration includes a hibiscus.
Frosted pint glass featuring a tiki version of Stitch making scary hands next to a smiling tiki, on a bed of foliage. Graphic is black, brown, tan, and green. Reads "Disney's Polynesian Resort © Disney". On the bottom is an underlined "21" in raised lettering. Measures 5 ¾” high x 3 ¼” wide. Holds 16 oz.
Huge bowl with volcano insert surrounded by Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, and Goofy, adorned in island wear. Mickey plays a ukulele, Donald sips a drink, and Goofy lazes with a lei. The bowl is light blue with a lei of multi-colored flowers all around. The volcano insert is removable. While this was likely intended as a chip and dip bowl, it is completely serviceable as a drink bowl.
The bottom reads "© DISNEY CHINA, NOT DISHWASHER SAFE, NOT MICROWAVE SAFE" with a sticker reading "Disney Direct, Overland Park, KS66214". The bottom of the volcano insert has the same information.
Coffee-mug shaped, handled Ku mug from Kahiki Supper Club in Columbus, Ohio.
This shot is shaped like a little hurricane glass and was manufactured for Disney's Polynesian Resort. It is frosted glass and has the resort's name and three flowers on the front.
Orange paint. Several small spots where "frosting" rubbed off.
Originally bought on location in 1993 but lost over the years. Very occasionally comes up on eBay. Replaced in 2021 from eBay.
The Big Tapa Ru was designed by Sam Gambino for KC Co. The mug is shaped like a tiki head and has large oval eyes, incredibly wide nostrils, a big toothy grin and a triangle on his forehead.
Stylized moai design, tan/light brown color, with coffee-bean-like eyes, nostrils, and lips. Vertical "dashes" are indented into the mug all over. Marked "Kahiki Mug No. 1 Columbus, Ohio".
Tiki mug shaped like a traditional Ku, with a grimacing face. Marked "Orchids of Hawaii" and "R-74" on the bottom.
This is the common typical tiki leilani design, but manufactured for the Hawaiian Inn in Daytona Beach. Mug is medium brown, and has "Hawaiian Inn" in raised letters along front base of tiki, marked "Orchids of Hawaii Japan" on bottom.
This is the modern version of the Mai Kai shrunken head mug, and has the details painted under the glaze, while the vintage version has the details cold painted over the glaze. Hair of head is pulled back into a ponytail handle, blue decorative facepaint, yellow spears through ears, and stitches over lips.
This is a mug shaped like a shrunken zombie head with black stitches on eyes & mouth. Wipe-away green glaze finish that leaves green detailing but white on high points. Orange interior and bottom. Designed by Tim Wollweber. Used to serve the Shrunken Zombie Head cocktail on the Sam's Enchanted Tiki Bar menu, made with "reserve and aged rums, tropical juices, falernum and cinnamon".
This is a bowl supported by three Tikis (with hands up to heads for a see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil motif). Well reservoirs at top of each Tiki for flaming overproof rum. It is finished in gloss brown. Used to serve the Uh Oa! cocktail made with light and dark rums, orange, passion fruit, guava, and grapefruit juices, falernum, cinnamon and freshly squeezed lime juice.
This is a black mug shaped like a large rum barrel whose interior is a volcano that is spilling over with red lava down the side. Consortium Holdings designer, Dane Danner (Trader Dane), created this mug design.
This is a volcano shaped mug with a Tiki face. Glazed in brown with red lava spilling over the brow from its interior.
This mug is Psycho Suzi's signature mug in which they serve their signature Psychotic Suzi drink. The mug was manufactured by Tiki Farm for Psycho Suzi's Motor Lounge in Minneapolis, MN. It is shaped like a tiki head. It has a black glaze, gold eyes and a maniacal toothy grin. Introduced in 2019. This is the fourth glaze edition of this mug.
This short brown mug was manufactured by tiki Farm for Psycho Suzi's Motor Lounge in Minneapolis, MN. The mug is shaped like a tiki head and has red cold painted eyes and a maniacal toothy grin.
Base of mine painted black
This red coral wipe-away glaze mug with black stitches is shaped like a slightly slumpy monster tiki, with bulging eyes, skeletal hands, and a bared grin full of teeth. Mug reads: "Frankie's Tiki Room Las Vegas" on back. The mug was designed by Big Toe and produced by Tiki Farm. It bears no resemblance to the first Frankie's Tiki Room Lava Letch mug, which was designed by Von Franco. This is the third standard edition color-way produced of this design (not including custom colored versions sold by the artist).
This is a mug shaped like a rum barrel with barnacles and seaweed clinging to the side. This second edition of the mug has a mottled blue over honey brown exterior glaze. Brown interior. It still says "first edition" on the bottom. Used to serve the Shipwreck on the Rocks cocktail made with Maker's Mark bourbon, freshly muddled lemon and mint with organic agave nectar.
This large lidded rum barrel mug was produced by Munktiki Imports for Smuggler's Cove in San Francisco, CA. The barrel is brown with black bands. White lettering. Removable lid has straw hole in top.
This is a goblet-like mug with a smiling Tiki face on the front. The mug replaces the previous glass of the same design that had a slightly bluish tinge to it. It somewhat resembles the traditional glass two-faced Tiki mugs used at Trader Sam's in California and other locations. The cocktail for this glass is described in the menu as: "Light and Dark Rums, Orange Curaçao, Orgeat (Almond) Syrup, Organic Agave Nectar and fresh Lime Juice."
This mug was designed by Steve Pang and manufactured by Tiki Farm for Otto's Shrunken Head Tiki Bar & Lounge NYC. It has a day glow green glaze with yellow highlights. The mug is a shrunken head with the eyes and mouth sewn shut (yellow stitching) and flame-like hair.
One in a series of unusual mugs created for United States Lines and reportedly never used. Shaped like a volcano with lava flowing down the side. United States Lines operated for less than one year from 2000 to 2001.
Mine is green, unmarked
This bamboo-shaped mug is yellow (slightly beige) in color. "Fisherman's Wharf Kewalo Basin Honolulu Hawaii" is printed in black letters on the front underneath a mermaid serving a cocktail. There is also an all-white version.
This green OMC mug features buddha seated on the front and is marked "Jade East." Jade East operated from 1964-1975.
Orchids of Hawaii tiki mug, likely produced for a number of restaurants. Brown glaze and typical tiki shape, although this tiki appears to be a female form, with breasts, and a full belly with belly button. Marked "Orchids of Hawaii" "R-76" and "Taiwan" on bottom.
This mug is shaped like a parrot, and is red with a black base. Also available in green, yellow and blue.
Some slight cracks in glaze
This is a fogcutter shaped mug with Tikis trying to escape the lava coming over the rim. Brown wipe-away exterior glaze with orange interior glaze spilling out over rim. Used to serve the Krakatoa Punch cocktail on their menu, made with "Reserve and Spiced Rums, Tropical Juices, Orgeat, Sam's Gorilla Grog, and Hibiscus Grenadine". This second edition of the mug (released 08/25/2014) is marked "2nd Edition" and has a brown wipe glaze as opposed to the all gloss brown exterior on the 1st Edition.
"Malibu's Surf Shop OCMD" on back (Ocean City, MD)
The design of this mug is borrowed from Thor Heyerdahl's Kon Tiki boat, which used the design of a South American sun god, Kon Tiki. Forehead has three sunray-like dashes, lips are two horizontal lines. OMC sticker on bottom. This version is from the Luau Hut in Silver Spring, MD.
This was mug was manufactured for Walt Disney's Polynesian Village Resort in Disney World, Florida. The mug is copper brown and features a stylized Papua New Guinea Mask head with circular eyes and the sharp-toothed mouth partly open in a smile, exposing the tongue. This mug was also made in earlier glaze color editions as well.
This large mug was designed by popular surf artist Rick Rietveld for Tiki Farm. The mug features a large tiki head with Maori-style markings, wearing sunglasses. "The Tikinator" is in raised letters down the back of the mug.
Bisque tiki with dark brown rims and interior. The tiki's arms are crossed and look somewhat like little fans, and the tiki's body has dash-like indentations all over.
"Ku-kaili-moku (Snatcher of the Land) stands proud with his Hawaiian shark tooth war club and trophy skull in hand. The reverse of the mug features the same imposing war club. Issued in a large Golden Brown glaze version and a smaller Emerald Green glaze version.
The Tiki Bandit was designed by Squid and manufactured by Tiki Farm for Frankie's Tiki Room in Las Vegas, NV. The mug is brown and shaped like a slot machine with a tiki face and an open mouth full of change. The arm is bamboo with a skull-shaped knob. There are two slightly different versions -- the first issue with red letters and a later issue with green letters.
A mug shaped like a Ku Tiki head with a cracked skull stacked on top. Exterior has a brown oxide matte wipe-away glaze. This was Tiki Farm's first collaboration with Marco Almera and this Restaurant-marked version was preceded by a regular release in day-glow green from Tiki Farm. This version is marked for Three Dots and a Dash in Chicago and is used to serve their Painkiller cocktail.
A mug shaped like a Tiki inside of a topless skull base, holding a bone, and decorated with bones and a skull around top of head. Exterior has a brown oxide matte wipe-away glaze. Three Dots and a Dash started using these to serve their "Dead Reckoning" cocktail, starting June 2014.
These salt & pepper shakers are moai, shaped very similarly to the Mark Thomas Outrigger mug, only brown. They are marked "Hawaii Kai" on the back in black.
Mine says "Outer Banks, NC" on the back