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    Forbidden Island Fugu a.k.a. Munktiki Forbidden Island Fugu

    Fugu is a puffer fish-shaped mug manufactured by Muntiki. The fish is in full-puff mode with bulging eyes, puffy lips and several wide spines sticking out of his body. This version is yellow with orange spots and a black interior, a glaze used only for Forbidden Island.

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    Kanuha Red

    This is a mug shaped like a larger tiki head biting the head of a smaller grimacing tiki. Wood grain. Issued in three initial color-ways: orange, teal, or red.

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    Thar She Blows Rabbit Mug

    This rabbit mug was manufactured by Munktiki Imports. She has a flaming skull mug with straw in her front hands. “Thar She Blows” is written on the back of the mug.

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    Munktiki Imports Alibi Logo Tiki Mug - Green

    This is a mug shaped like a Tiki head with half circle eyes, an angular nose, and broad lips. Back features some palm fronds and the words: "The Alibi est. 1947" This mug was made by Munktiki Imports for The Alibi, a Portland tavern, with a long history, that turned Polynesian in 1947. These mugs were sold in 4 glaze color combinations in a wipe-away effect leaving the raised surface a beige ("Antique Lace") and the recessed areas either "Sunset Red", "Lime Green", "Denim Blue", or "Burnt Umber Brown" and later "Green".

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    Debris Barrel - Dark Brown by Munktiki

    This is a mug shaped like a rum barrel. Covered with nautical floats, nets, barnacles, and other sea life. Available in three color-ways: a green wipe, dark brown, or light brown wipe. Has spaces on back for custom heat decals.

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    Debris Barrel - Green Wipe by Munktiki

    This is a mug shaped like a rum barrel. Covered with nautical floats, nets, barnacles, and other sea life. Available in three color-ways: a green wipe, dark brown, or light brown wipe. Has spaces on back for custom heat decals.

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    Munktiki Imports Whittle Tiki Mug Orange

    This is an angular mug shaped like a tiki head with long nose, sharp teeth, small round eyes, and tapa designs on side of head. Available in three wipe-glaze variations: orange, brown, or green. This is the orange glazed version.

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    Glass Two-Faced Tiki Short Clear

    Common two-faced glass with smiling face on one side, angry on the other. This is the most common version, short and clear, without markings.

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    Glass Two-Faced Tiki Short Frosted Disney Polynesian Village

    Common two-faced glass with smiling face on one side, angry on the other. This version is frosted glass, with "Walt Disney World" on one side and "Polynesian Village" on the other.

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    Suffering Bastard a.k.a. Trader Vic's Mai Tai Joe

    This mug is commonly called the Suffering Bastard, though it was marketed as Mai Tai Joe. Trader Vic's sold these in sets with a matching decanter. Not to be confused with the modern-day reproduction by Tiki Farm, which has a black interior. Measures: 6.25"H X 3.75"W X 3.75"D.

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    Hungry Piranha Mug Second Edition Artist Proof a.k.a. Hungry Piranha Mug In Red With Bloody Teeth

    A mug shaped like a skeletal piranha with a hole through it. Glazed in a wipe-away effect reddish color. The 18 artist's proofs feature a red glaze and bloody teeth. (The production run of 150 Second Edition mugs are red but do not have blood on the teeth.)

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    Shameful Tiki Room Signature Mug Second Edition

    This is a mug featuring a Tiki sitting on a rum barrel and holding a bright red beaver. Manufactured by Munktiki Imports. Premiered 07/27/2015 and served with their latest house cocktail, the Aurora Borealis (Using 100% rye Canadian whiskey, Demerara rum, maple, lime, orange & grapefruit juices plus Angosotura bitters).

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    Tiki Oasis 2020 Paradise Point Takeover Mug - First Edition - by Eekum Bookum a.k.a. Tiki Oasis 20 Mug

    The 2020 Tiki Oasis Mug is titled “Tiki Oasis Paradise Point Takeover” and is inspired by the grounds, architecture, and locale of Paradise Point Resort. Tiki Oasis’ Paradise Point mug features tikis from Caliente Tropics (Palm Springs) and the Hanalei Hotel (San Diego), where Tiki Oasis took place previously. The mug has a removable “hut” lid featuring a straw hole. Imagery featured on the mug includes tiki torches, palm trees, birds of paradise, coconuts, a rum box, and a peacock. There is also a fire feature/well for 151 high proof alcohol (or lemon extract) on the front of the mug, just below a Tiki Oasis logo.

    This version in green/teal glazes was followed after the event with a more limited second edition in brown/tan with orange accents.

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    The Reef Black Pearl Mug a.k.a. The Reef Black Pearl and Clamshell Mug

    Pearl-shaped mug resting on a half clamshell with barnacles. Pearl and shell are one piece. It is marked for The Reef (Caliente Tropics) in Palm Springs. The pearl itself is a gloss black and the clamshell is white.

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    Tiki Caliente 10 Event Mug a.k.a. Tiki Caliente X Event Mug, Tiki Caliente 10 Witco World Globe Mug, In The Lap Of The Gods Tiki Chalice

    A Witco inspired world globe mug with orbiting wooden satellite. This is an "In the Lap of the Gods” Tiki chalice. The base is comprised of four different Tiki gods that represent the islands of Hawaii, Raratonga, The Marquesas and Rapa Nui. The four different tapa patterns below the Tikis are also from each of those islands. The upper portion is the iconic Witco Globe, symbolizing that Tiki IS our world. High-fired stoneware made in the USA. The mug was designed by Doug Horne based on vintage Witco pieces and manufactured by Eekum Bookum (John and Janet Mulder).

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    Caliente Tropics Tiki Mug For Mod Palm Springs Event 2018 Green

    This is a mug shaped like a Tiki head with a rootball top, open mouth lined with teeth, small pushed-up nose, almond-shaped eyes, and tattoos on forehead and neck. It was manufactured by John and Janet Mulder of Eekum Bookum, sculpted by Patrick Vassar, and is based on one of the original Caliente Tropics Tikis — a Tiki which still stands on the grounds of the hotel today — that was carved in the 1960’s by Ed Crissman. This mug was produced in a green and also a brown glaze. The green was released purely for Modernism Week while the brown is a year-round issue.

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    The Reef Tiki Pole Mug Green a.k.a. Mai Kai Tonga Room Tiki Pole Mug Green

    This Tiki pole shaped mug design was first produced by Tiki Kiliki Productions and Eekum Bookum. This mug is a replica of the poles that you find surrounding the Tonga Room at the Mai-Kai. Originally carved by Oceanic Arts in Whittier, CA, these Tiki poles can be seen at a few other vintage Tiki establishments as well. In that spirit, The Reef at the Caliente Tropics released their own special glaze edition of this pole design in a light green.

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    Tiki Caliente 7 Underwater Ohana Mug a.k.a. Tiki Caliente 7 Octopus and Tiki Mug

    This is a mug shaped like a large octopus hugging a Tiki in its tentacles. It was designed and manufactured by Eekum Bookum (John and Janet Mulder). Twenty-five of the special “Red Eye Evil Octopus” version were secretly mixed into the entire batch as a blind box surprise. One "Golden Tiki" version was mixed in as well. There was also a "Wet" after-event version in gloss glaze finish limited to twenty-five (not included in original issue of 225). Additionally, there were test glaze versions of the mug (blue, red, etc…). Event held May 14th-17th, 2015.

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    Tiki Caliente Tiki Torch Mug

    The Tiki Caliente Tiki Torch Mug was produced by GOTIKI. The base of the mug is a brown woven tiki torch. The lid is black with a straw hole on the side and a small reservoir on the top for 151. It has a Tiki Caliente logo plaque, made for Tiki Caliente 2012, and is marked on the bottom: "GoTiki 2012".

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    Tiki Caliente Tiki Torch Mug

    The Tiki Caliente Tiki Torch Mug was produced by GOTIKI. The base of the mug is a brown woven tiki torch. The lid is black with a straw hole on the side and a small reservoir on the top for 151. It has a Tiki Caliente logo plaque, made for Tiki Caliente 2012, and is marked on the bottom: "GoTiki 2012".

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    Circa Caliente 2017 Mug

    Circa Caliente is a four-day celebration of tiki and pop culture ranging from the 1950's through the 1980's. From Elvis to Giligan's Island and Fantasy Island and Magnum P.I. This mug depicts a Tiki reading a TV Guide and surrounded by skulls and media devices from the celebrated era (record player, TV, etc...). Made of stoneware with reddish brown wipe glaze. Pick-up only at the Reef bar from 10/21-22.

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    Hawaiian Inn Peanut Lined Face Mug Fully Glazed

    A peanut-like tiki with a lined face in light brown full glaze. Marking is stamped in black on the back, "Daytona's Hawaiian Inn".

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    News of the World Mug - for Circa Caliente 2019 - by Eekum Bookum a.k.a. Circa Caliente 2019 Giant Robot with Mermaid Mug - by Eekum Bookum

    This is a mug shaped like a giant gray robot with red eyes holding a mermaid in his hand. Based on the 1977 “News of the World” record album cover by the British rock band Queen (released on 28 October 1977 by EMI Records) which is just perfect for this year’s Circa theme of 1977. The artwork for the album was itself an adaption. Taylor (from Queen) had an issue of Astounding Science Fiction (October 1953) whose cover art depicted a giant intelligent robot holding the dead body of a man. The caption read: "Please... fix it, Daddy?" to illustrate the story "The Gulf Between" by Tom Godwin. The cover art was from a painting by American sci-fi artist Frank Kelly Freas. This inspired the band to contact Freas, who agreed to alter the painting for their album cover, by replacing the single dead man with the four "dead" band members (with Taylor and Deacon falling to the ground, and Taylor only visible on the back cover). This mug is yet another switch, replacing dead men with a live mermaid. Sculpted and produced by Eekum Bookum. Limited to only 100 pieces. There were at least two artist proof variations (a light blue version for Rory Snyder and an orange version for John Mulder) that they proudly displayed at the event.

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    Seahorse Bowl Coral For Three Dots And A Dash

    This is a bowl supported by three seahorses. Though the seahorse may appear as a cute little sea creature, in folklore it actually has a very powerful role. Seahorses represent eternal friendship, good luck, patience and persistence. In Europe, the seahorse carried the souls of deceased sailors, providing them safe passage and protection until they met their final destination. Around this bowl are strands of kelp and bubbles floating upward. The glaze is a wipe-away finish which gives good definition to Bai's sculpted details. This is the first collaboration between Tiki Farm and Bai Tiki. This is an orangish coral colored bowl marked for Three Dots And A Dash in Chicago, IL. There is also a pink and a green version of this bowl.

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    Zombie Mug - Second Edition (1st Year Anniversary) for The Zombie Village

    This mug was released to celebrate the 1 year anniversary of The Zombie Village in San Francisco. This is a black and gold version of the first edition, which draws inspiration from the old Skipper Kent's Zombie Village that was located in Oakland, CA. It utilizes the old menu graphic of the Zombie Village mascot which looks like sort of a cross genie with tusks. This sculpt by John Mulder also adds a tassled fez that has the "ZV" with palm tree logo in a circle on front. The bar location is at 441 Jones St, San Francisco, California 94102.

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    The Reef Black Pearl Mug a.k.a. The Reef Black Pearl and Clamshell Mug

    Pearl-shaped mug resting on a half clamshell with barnacles. Pearl and shell are one piece. It is marked for The Reef (Caliente Tropics) in Palm Springs. The pearl itself is a gloss black and the clamshell is white.

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    Three Dots and a Dash Sea Urchin Mug Blue

    This is a mug shaped like a blue sea urchin. Designed by Shelby Allison (wife of owner Paul McGee) and Holden Westland of Tiki Farm.

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    Pearl City Tavern Monkey Mug

    This brown monkey-shaped mug was used at the Pearl City Tavern in Hawaii. The monkey's tail is the handle. The mug reads "Hawaii PCT" on the front in raised letters. The Pearl City Tavern was opened in 1936 by George and Irene Fukuoka and closed in 1993.

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    Tiki Kon 2019 Super Limited Edition Event Decanter a.k.a. Northwest Tiki Kon 2019 SLTD Edition Paddle Decanter

    This decanter is shaped like a paddle with a tiki face on the front blade. It was created for Tiki Kon: Pageant of the Pacific. Cork stopper. The Super Limited Edition has a unique glaze and inlaid mother of pearl accent not available in the standard edition. Only 25 were produced, and only 20 of those were available at Tiki Kon, sold using a lottery system.

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    Pearl City Tavern Monkey Mug

    This brown monkey-shaped mug was used at the Pearl City Tavern in Hawaii. The monkey's tail is the handle. The mug reads "Hawaii PCT" on the front in raised letters. The Pearl City Tavern was opened in 1936 by George and Irene Fukuoka and closed in 1993.