This decanter was a promotional item for Kahlua Liqueur and was manufactured in Mexico. It features a Mayan figure who is crouching on a pedestal with a bowl under his mouth. The figure is wearing a large ornate headdress.
The Harvey's Lake Tahoe Sneaky Tiki graphic logo is on the front, with "Harvey's" in script raised lettering above it. Back has a torch, and "Sneaky Tiki" in raised script letters. Glaze is dark green. There is also a version of this mug with modern looking block sans serif font lettering for "Harveys" without an apostrophe in the word.
This mug has a Day of the Dead styled skull on the front with flower eyes and a zig-zag border across the top rim. Glazed in white with a black wash to bring out sculpt details. Created for Pepe's Mexican Restaurant in Brisbane, Australia
This mug was created in 2009 as a souvenir item for Mahinui Rainforest Weddings in Hawaii. The apple-green mug has a stylized, feminine tiki face, draped with a chain of white-pink ginger blooms. Marked "Mahinui" on the front base.
Captain Seamus is Tiki Farm's 4th design with Appleton Estate, Australia. It was conceived in a national “Tiki design” competition ultimately won by Perth based Pete Long, mixologist at the Hula Bula Bar. This concept was taken further and design was completed by Big Toe. The mug features a full-body Ku dressed in a pirate outfit with prominent skull & crossbones on the hat, and wielding a cutlas. Hand-wiped satin black over natural (beige) glaze. "Appleton Estate Since 1749 Jamaica Rum" printed on red scroll at bottom front. 150 pieces limited release in the USA, but more in Australia.
This is a brown glazed mug shaped like a Tiki carrying a crate of rum on its back. Designed by Brad "Tiki Shark" Parker and manufactured by Tiki Farm. It is a big heavy mug standing just under 9" tall and approx. 4.5" wide at its base. Available in a limited edition black glaze as well.
This is a brown glazed tiki mug, with a Ku-like design embellished with swirl markings. It was designed by Crazy Al Evans and manufactured by Tiki Farm. It was created for a mixology competition in Australia, sponsored by Appleton's Australian distributor, Brown Foreman. Limited edition of 250.
This mug is a promotional item for Appleton Estate Rum in Australia. It was manufactured by Tiki Farm and features a full-body Ku in relief. He has a maile headdress in green. Marked "Appleton Estate Since 1749 Jamaica Rum."
This yellow shot was designed by Derek Yaniger and manufactured by Tiki Farm for The 2005 Hukilau. The Shot is wide at the top and base and slimmer in the middle. It has a tiki mask on the front.
A mug shaped like a Ku Tiki head with a cracked skull stacked on top. Day glow green glaze with yellow highlights. This is Tiki Farm's first collaboration with Marco Almera.
This brown mug was manufactured for the Kowloon restaurant in Saugus, MA. It is shaped like a Chinese drum with a mallet on the side. It reads "Kowloon" in red raised letters on the front.
This is a hand grenade shaped mug with the face of Tiki Bob. This Tiki mug was designed by Big Toe and produced by Tiki Farm in a limited edition brown and multicolored glaze (including metallic silver) for the Tiki Farm 15th Anniversary "Mondo Tiki" event at La Luz de Jesus Gallery, November 6-29, 2015. It was one of five newly released mugs for the event. This regular edition of the mug is glazed in green.
Minor crazing in glaze on inside
This is a ceramic mug based on the antique trick dog cast iron banks from the 1880s. Made by Munktiki Imports for the Trick Dog Bar in San Francisco, CA.
This is a lidded pineapple shaped mug decorated with round-headed Tiki figures, who, in turn, are drinking out of straws from glasses of their own. The green-glaze leafed lid may be used as a shot glass as well. This Tiki mug was designed by Little Lost Tiki and produced by Tiki Farm in a brown wash glaze limited edition for the Tiki Farm 15th Anniversary "Mondo Tiki" event at La Luz de Jesus Gallery, November 6-29, 2015. It was one of five newly released mugs for the event. This regular edition of the mug was issued in an orange wash glaze.
A volcano shaped mug featuring a Tiki flanked by torches, a fish, a toucan, and tropical foliage. This mug has a wraparound scenic design glazed in a “retro tangerine” primary glaze with a washed scenic foreground.
Tiki Farm describes this as a "Marquesan meets Alien" combo. He has a large alien-like head and both hands rest on a small pot-belly. First issued in golden aspen glaze.
Mr Tonga Tongue was designed by Kai Sarnes aka Hai Kai of Forbidden Paradise and was manufactured by Cheekytiki. The tiki has a full body. His eyes are crescent-shaped and appeared to be weighed down by a heavy brow. His nose is flared, and he has a very long tongue.
The Headhunter mug was designed and manufactured by Cheekytiki. He has large squinting eyes. His nose has an s shaped pattern, and he has an ear to ear grin with large rectangular teeth. He is holding a small head that lloks just like his own.
This bamboo-shaped mug is beige in color. "Ferdinand's Restaurant and Cocktails Waikiki" is printed in black letters on the front underneath a bull.
This is a green cactus-shaped mug with a peacock printed on the front.
This mug is shaped like a piece of bamboo and is white. "The Proud Peacock Waimea Falls Park Oahu Hawaii" in printed in black on the front.
This mug is Tiki Farm's 6th design with Appleton Estate, Australia. It is a mug shaped like a Lono styled Tiki with a tall headdress and big grin standing on a base with a repeating triangle pattern.
This brown tiki mug was designed by Drew Brophy for Tiki Farm. Features a California surf take on Ku, with large grin and toes.
The Hawaii 50th Anniversary Mug was originally designed by Brad Parker (aka, Tiki Shark) for Tiki Farm. The original features two Kus back to back with a Hawaii quarter embedded in front and read: "50 Years of Statehood 1959-2009" on the back. This unauthorized version to promote DeKuyper is smaller, one-sided, and has a circular spot for the quarter but no quarter included. It reads: "DeKuyper Anno 1695" on front base.
This tiki mug was designed by Mr. G and produced by Tiki Farm for the Tiki Farm 10th Anniversary event at La Luz de Jesus Gallery. The mug is of a somewhat traditional Ku-like figure, holding a surfboard behind its back. The limited edition glaze is a turquoise blue wash. The open edition glaze glaze has greens, honey browns, and darker brown accents.
This is one of three mugs in a set of South Sea Islander designs by Chongolio that portray classic Polynesian gods. Tongo has all the characteristics of a Rarotongan Fisherman God, with his angular eyes, wide-angled lips, and sun-shaped belly button. Wave pattern around upper back portion of mug as well.
Oi'Pona is a traditional Marquesan Tiki with big eyes and Marquesan Moko in a matte Terra Cotta glaze.
This tiki mug was created by Tiki Farm in 2010 for John's Garden in Malibu. The mug is available in two colors: bright orange and blue, the colors of nearby Pepperdine University. The mug is a highball design, with four surfboard "shields" and a tiki.
This mug was designed by Brad "Tiki Shark" Parker and produced by Tiki Farm for Tiki Farm's 10th Anniversary event at La Luz de Jesus Gallery. The mug is of a boyish tiki with long, oval eyes, and has the Tiki Farm logo raised at the top front. The limited edition mug is white, with a turquoise blue overglaze to bring out the detail. The open edition is glazed in traditional tiki brown.
Kahiki Kai was designed by Marcus Pizzuti and manufactured by Tiki Farm for Frankie's Tiki Room in Las Vegas, NV. The tiki is yellow (second glaze color produced) with a squat body, round eyes, a happy grin, a sassy stance and a really tall headdress.
This silvertone mug is inspired by Papua New Guinea Yipwon spirit figures. The Yipwon is an abstract representation of the human figure that is made by the Yimam cultures of Papua New Guinea. The figure consists of several parts with the form of a bird. This mug features a tucked-in and modified, low-hanging "pompadour" inspired direction. The next part is a human male face, a long narrow nose, and a mouth puckered as if whistling. A protruding ridge runs from the top of the head and continues down to the chin, apparently indicating a beard. Oral stories from the Yimam culture state that this figure represents the hunting spirit in human form.
A Marquesan styled Tiki mug. Nuku Nuku is a replica of a carving created by Bill. Glazed in a satin matte with a medium-hued brown glaze which is then wiped to allow the richer hues of the glaze to prevail in the recesses.
Mug shaped like a standing Tiki holding a Tiki mug in its hands and with both thumbs up. Forehead has "TT" and straws poking out of smaller Tiki mug being held. Wood grain on Tiki's exterior with knots and whorls. "Made In China" sticker on bottom. Originally ran in a three-color version with tan, brown and red for sale only at the Tiki-Ti. This open edition is in a two-tone of darker and lighter green.
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 Andersens 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.
This is a mug that combines the classic "Fu Manchu" (stylized stereotypical Asian male face with a long mustache) with slight elemental references of a traditional Hawaiian Ku style Tiki God. Glazed in jade green. With its long braid in back and jade green color, it also somewhat resembles the "Pipe Smoker Mug".
Paioio features two sets of two different, alternating Marquesan inspired Tiki Gods making up the primary exterior surface.
This is a mug shaped like a wood-grained tiki with sharp teeth, from the waist up, with hands held together in prayer for good surf. Issued in brown or green glaze. The first collaboration between Roy and Tiki Farm.
This mug is based on a Milan Guanko tiki pictured in Sven Kirsten's The Art of Tiki and formerly used on menus by The Islands Restaurant in Phoenix, AZ (which opened in 1958 and was later known as "Tommy Wong's Islands" in the 1970s). The tiki has simple features with half-circle eyes, a long nose, rectangular mouth, and stylized rootball hair on top. Concept for mug by Sven. Sculpt by THOR. The first edition in dark brown was sold exclusively through La Luz de Jesus Gallery's "Art of Tiki" Show and book signing starting October 6, 2017. Presented by Otto Von Stroheim & Sven Kirsten. The second edition was in an orange glaze. This third and open edition in tan has a dark brown wash to pick out details.
This is a mug shaped like a shrunken headed Fred Flintstone wearing his Loyal Order of Water Buffalo Hat. Created by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, The Flintstones ran for six seasons from 1960 to 1966. Fred Flintstone and his friend Barney Rubble were members of the Loyal Order of Water Buffalo Lodge No. 26. Originally called the Loyal Order of Dinosaurs, the fraternity appeared in twenty episodes.
This brown mug is shaped like the BarTiki logo tiki. He has a raised eyebrow and a very pointed nose. His lip protrudes in a sideways pout. Limited edition of 200.
This tiki is one of a four-pack created by Accoutrements and sold through various retail outlets. This navy blue tiki has a larger nose. Marked "Accoutrements © 2001 China" on bottom.
This tiki is one of a four-pack created by Accoutrements and sold through various retail outlets. This purple tiki has a simple, stylized design. Marked "Accoutrements © 2001 China" on bottom.
This tiki is one of a four-pack created by Accoutrements and sold through various retail outlets. This green tiki has open eyes and a mouth full of jagged teeth. Marked "Accoutrements © 2001 China" on bottom.
This tiki is one of a four-pack created by Accoutrements and sold through various retail outlets. This yellow tiki has a wide mouth full of jagged teeth. Marked "Accoutrements © 2001 China" on bottom.
This small tiki mug by Accoutrements is bright spring green, with oval eyes and a wide nose with nostrils. One in a set of four.