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    Pie Eyed Tikis 24oz Lono Tiki Mug a.k.a. Tiki this tiki that lono

    This is a tall image of Lono with a large tooth smile. Several different color glazes were created.

    Per the mfr: The Lono tiki mug is sure to bring plenty of 'spirit' to any cocktail get together. Made to be one-of-a-kind! Obvious attention to detail sets this design apart from ordinary cocktail mugs. If you’ve been seeking a collection-worthy tiki mug, look no further – beauty, artistry and quality, you just found it.

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    Witch Doctor a.k.a. Witch Doctor by Munktiki Imports for Pleasant Tiki

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    Hook Mug - Desert Stone - Tiki-Ti a.k.a. Makau Mug, Hook Mug

    Mug shaped like a bone Hawaiian fish hook with scrimshaw carvings.

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    Hook Mug - Emerald Jade - Tiki-Ti a.k.a. Makau Mug, Hook Mug

    Mug shaped like a bone Hawaiian fish hook with scrimshaw carvings.

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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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    Pau Hana Honu

    A mug shaped like a sea turtle drinking out of a Tiki Bob mug.

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    West By Westgate a.k.a. Southgate Mall Tiki

    Inspired by a Barney West tiki that used to grace Southgate mall in Sacramento, CA, this mug was produced by Tiki Diablo, and contains a detailed, multi colored glaze. Commissioned by 'TikiLibrarian', the original sculpt was emasculated (like the Southgate Tiki it was based on). However, encouragement from online tiki groups led to Tiki Diablo restoring the phallus to the mug.

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    Gecko Tangaroa

    This unusual mug is able to stand on its own two legs. Two arms make handles. Detailed tangaroa tiki design in dark brown satin finish with orange glazed interior. Mug comes with loincloth and raffia arm ties.

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    2017 Tiki Weekender Mug

    This is a moai mug that was influenced by Salvador Dali with strange lines and curves. Matte beige face and remainder done in a gloss brown. This was the second mug done using a Jeff Chouinard design. It was based on a moai carving that he did for Tiki Cay Lonnie in Ft Lauderdale named "Salvador", which was inspired by Salvador Dali. His lines were very strange and askew, and his nose was curved. Made for the Tiki Weekender, Oct. 21-22, at The Sands Treasure Island, FL.

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    Absolut Vodka X Eyes Tiki Mug

    Doug Horne was commissioned by Absolut Vodka to do a "Nordic influence" Tiki mug. This sassy little X Eyes Ku with his Viking braids and Delft style blue wipe-away glaze was the result. The ABSOLUT Vodka Bottle logo is prominently featured on the forehead, bottom base, and back base also.

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    Adrift Coconut Mug with Blue Logo

    This is a mug shaped like a coconut with the husk cracked around the rim to expose the white meat and interior. Marked "Adrift" in blue.

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    Aku Aku Rum Barrel

    This simple brown rum barrel was produced by OMC. Marked "Aku Aku" in raised orange letters on front.

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    Ali'i Palm Guanko in Bone a.k.a. Royal Palm Guanko in Bone

    This mug is sculpted to look like a Milan Guanko styled Tiki with a rootball head lid and skin made to look like the royal palm tree. This is the bone white version with a dark glaze wash to pick out sculpt details. There is also a brown green combo glaze only available to those following Gecko'z Facebook page.

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    Aloha King Mug

    A full body standing Shriner figure who has a shrunken head with its lips sewn shut and is wearing a red fez with the word "Aloha" on the front. Based on the earlier "Shrunken Shriner" head mug.

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    Alohaland PUDCANO Mug

    A mug shaped like a volcano themed cake decorated with pineapple slices and cherries. PUDCANO is short for: Pineapple Upside Down Cake Volcano. This mug honors the epic pineapple and maraschino cherry erupting cake finale of the Charles Phoenix ALOHALAND Slide Show. Interior is glazed in "cherry filling" red. Measures 6” tall by 6” wide with a 2” opening at top.

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    Anglerfish Limited Edition Mug a.k.a. Anglerfish LTD

    The Anglerfish is ready to lure you in with its (removable) cherry garnish. Behind the lure, though, is a deep sea fish with rows of razor sharp teeth! Glazed in a yellowish brown with red fins and dead black eyes. Off-white teeth. Released 03/24/2016.

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    APS Three Tiki Scorpion Bowl Glossy Brown

    This smallish glossy brown bowl has three round-headed Tikis supporting a rounded-triangle bowl. Similar to the earlier version manufactured by Orchids of Hawaii.

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    Aqua Tiki Brown for The High Dive

    This is a mug shaped like a Tiki wearing a diving helmet. It has a brown glaze. The helmet is covered with coral mass growths and has a small octopus clinging to the reverse. This is the open edition which is 15% smaller than the original two-tone edition.

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    Bahi Hut Tiki Mug Super Limited a.k.a. Bahi Hut Cocktail Lounge Marquesan Tiki Mug SLTD

    This mug is styled after the two flanking 8' Marquesan tikis carved in 2017 by Jeff Chouinard for the refurbishing of the Bahi Hut and placed outside their front entrance. The Bahi Hut, built in 1954, is one of the nation's oldest tiki bars, and the oldest in the state of Florida. It is a totally intact mid-century tiki bar. Their mai tai is a notorious local legend and either folks love it or hate it because of its strength and tart taste. The glaze is old school glossy on the outside, and has an interior glaze to mimic the color of their mai tai, which goes from an orange red to red as it gets deeper. The back features the line art logo of the torch-lit sign, as originally drawn by famous illustrator and fine artist Thornton Utz and was on their napkins until the early 2000's when the original order of the napkins from the late 50's finally ran out. Below that is the name "Bahi Hut" in the driftwood logo from the front of the building.

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    Bahooka Nautical Mug a.k.a. Bahooka Sven Kirsten Kollection Mug

    This mug was designed by Book of Tiki author Sven Kirsten and produced by Tiki Farm for Bahooka in Rosemead. In keeping with the decor of Bahooka, the mug has many nautical elements, like a life preserver, porthole, pier pilings, and a starfish. A tiki peeks out from behind a "Bahooka" sign. The shape is somewhat vase-like, with an irregular rim formed by the pier pilings. The mug is beige with a darker brown overwash. At a mug preview event, the first 100 mugs were available with signed certificates, but the mug is not a limited edition. Marked "Sven Kirsten Kollection" on the bottom.

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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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    Bob A Roa a.k.a. Tangaroa Tiki Bob

    This is a mug shaped like a mixture of the Disneyland Tangaroa and Tiki Bob designs. It has the tree-like shape for a body but the familiar Tiki Bob white face. Comes complete with mini drum and lighted insert for drum. Sold on site as a "Bob-O-Roa" but actually marked "Bob-A-Roa" on back.

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    Bobomb Hand Grenade Tiki Mug in Brown with Multicolor a.k.a. Bobomb Hand Grenade Tiki Mug Limited Edition, Bob Hand Grenade Mug Limited Edition

    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. The regular edition of this mug is glazed in green. This limited edition version was numbered and signed on the full-color box labels, not the mugs themselves.

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    Bongo Roa

    These Bongo Roas by Tiki Diablo are about 5 inches high and almost 8 inches across. Tiki faces are incised into the sides with rounded circles for both eyes and mouths. There is a flow-through on the bottom between the two sides. Available in different glaze combinations (matte jade & rusty tan, etc ).

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    Bongo Roa

    These Bongo Roas by Tiki Diablo are about 5 inches high and almost 8 inches across. Tiki faces are incised into the sides with rounded circles for both eyes and mouths. There is a flow-through on the bottom between the two sides. Available in different glaze combinations (matte jade & rusty tan, etc ).

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    Bongo Roa

    These Bongo Roas by Tiki Diablo are about 5 inches high and almost 8 inches across. Tiki faces are incised into the sides with rounded circles for both eyes and mouths. There is a flow-through on the bottom between the two sides. Available in different glaze combinations (matte jade & rusty tan, etc ).

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    Bongo Roa #14

    These Bongo Roas by Tiki Diablo are about 5 inches high and almost 8 inches across. Tiki faces are incised into the sides with rounded circles for both eyes and mouths. There is a flow-through on the bottom between the two sides. Available in different glaze combinations (matte jade & rusty tan, etc ).

    Distinguishing characteristics:

    It's number 14

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    Boxhead

    Boxhead is a standing Tiki with hands folded together in front, almond-shaped eyes, and a figure-eight-shaped mouth with two small fangs pointing up from lower jaw. Available in four different glaze colors (brown, orange, yellow, and green). Premiered at Tiki Kon 2017.

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    Crazy Al's Sunken Tiki Open Edition a.k.a. Crazy Al's Sunken Tiki Light Green, Smuggler's Cove Sunken Tiki Open Edition

    This is a classic Ku dredged from the bottom of the sea with barnacles, brain coral, and a fishing net still wrapped around him. Concept by Martin Cate and sculpted by Crazy Al. This is the open edition made in a light cream with a light green overglaze. Available only at Smuggler's Cove. Crazy Al also produced 48 artist proof versions of this mug in individualized multi-colored glazes.

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    da CAT Mug by MiniTikiMeow a.k.a. God of Fortune Mug by MiniTikiMeow

    This is a Tiki mug styled after the Witco "God of Fortune Fountain." It has a pronounced wood grain, large round eyes with concentric circles, and is glazed brown. The back features the silhouette of a long necked Witco cat, hence the name.

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    Drei Moai Volcano Bowl a.k.a. Three Moai Volcano Bowl Large

    This massive gray volcano bowl with red interior was manufactured by Tiki Farm. The bowl is supported by three frowning moai. The volcano center holds 2 oz. of liquid.

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    Eternal Tiki Love Mug a.k.a. Christine Benjamin's Tiki Mama & Child Mug

    A mug shaped like a grown Tiki Mama cradling a baby Tiki. Sculpt by John Mulder and produced by Eekum Bookum. Glazed in several different color-ways. Based on a painting of the same name by artist Christine Benjamin. More of her work can be viewed at https://www.facebook.com/christine.benjamin.art/photos

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    Frankie's Tiki Room Malekula II Mug in Black & Blue

    This is the new version of Frankie's Tiki Room's Malekula mug, and it bears no resemblance to the earlier one. It is a black moai, including shoulders, with Frankie's Tiki Room on the back ("Frankie's" is in bright blue letters). The interior glaze is bright blue.

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    Hanalei Hotel Tribute Tiki Mug Brown

    This mug was produced by Munktiki Imports for Tiki Oasis 17. Glazed in three different blind-boxed colors (brown, beige/light brown, and blue). This is the brown version. The Tiki design was inspired by a Tiki found at the Hanalei Hotel pictured on page 205 of The Book of Tiki. This Tiki is located in the waterfall atrium and was originally from Stephen Crane's The Luau, Beverly Hills, CA.

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    Harvey's Lake Tahoe Bucket Mug with Script Font

    Similar to the more common bucket tiki design with three tikis, but this one was created by OMC only for Harvey's Lake Tahoe, and it features the Sneaky Tiki logo, and is printed with "Harvey's Lake Tahoe" on the side in a script font. There is also a more modern looking sans serif block font version without an apostrophe in the word "Harvey's". OMC sticker on bottom.

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    Harvey's Lake Tahoe Bucket Mug with Script Font

    Similar to the more common bucket tiki design with three tikis, but this one was created by OMC only for Harvey's Lake Tahoe, and it features the Sneaky Tiki logo, and is printed with "Harvey's Lake Tahoe" on the side in a script font. There is also a more modern looking sans serif block font version without an apostrophe in the word "Harvey's". OMC sticker on bottom.

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    Forbidden Island Tiki Mug Glossy Brown

    This brown mug is manufactured by Tiki Farm for the Forbidden Island tiki bar in Alameda, CA. The tiki has large slanted eyes and a toothy grin. The mug has palm texture on the tiki's forehead and back. The brown version was retired on 9/12/07.

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    Keeper Of The Mug in Teal Wipe-Away by Tiki Farm a.k.a. Tiki #211 in Teal Wipe-Away by Tiki Farm, Hidden Harbor Signature Tiki Mug in Teal Wipe-Away by Tiki Farm

    This teal mug is double-sided and features a large Ku tiki on front (holding a mug based on itself) and a Lono tiki on reverse. The mug is based on Crazy Al's Tiki #211 (and mask). This version by Tiki farm is an inch shorter than the Bone Productions versions that preceded it and holds 10 fewer ounces. Released for Anniversary party on 01/27/2018 and available on site or for online ordering.

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    Kona Club Tiki Mug

    This brown matte mug with recessed black glaze was manufactured for the Kona Club in Oakland, CA. The tiki is a full-body Ku with eyes that arch downwards and a wide smile and upturned chin. The body has an almost abstract wavy appearance.

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    Kona Hawaii a.k.a. Kona Hawaii Regular Edition Mug, Kona HI Tiki Mug

    This is a mug shaped like a standing Ku Tiki with chisel marks all over his entire body, an upturned chin, and large headdress. The "Kona, HI" mug is designed after a vintage Tiki residing at the Don the Beachcomber restaurant in Kona Hawaii. 10 Artist Proofs were made without the "Kona, HI" name. This version is part of an open run of 150 mugs with the name on the mug. Each mug is numbered on the bottom.

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    Kula Tiki Mug Mystic Blue Brown

    This tiki, designed by Squid, was the first of Tiki Farm's mugs to feature real metal earrings. "Mystic" blue and brown glazed tiki with wide, downturned mouth and large lidded eyes.

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    Mai Kai Tonga Room Tiki Pole Mug a.k.a. Mai Kai Tonga Room Pole Mug Brown

    This Tiki pole shaped mug was 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.

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    Major H.I.M. a.k.a. Major Hawaiian Isle Moai

    This mug is shaped like a tall angular Moai head. Based on a carving that stood in front of the now defunct Hawaiian Isle in Miami Beach. Glazed in a variety of colors and textures. Measures: 11" x 4" x 3".

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    Maui Tiki Lono a.k.a. Rob Hawes Lono

    This is a mug shaped like a classic standing Lono Tiki with tall headdress.

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    Mighty Alkala First Edition a.k.a. False Idol Mighty Alkala Tiki Mug

    This mug is shaped like a wooden Tiki head with an angular figure eight shaped mouth lined with teeth. The mug was designed by Dane Danner and based on the Tiki behind the bar carved by Bosko Hrnjak. Glazed in matte brown and produced/manufactured by Munktiki Imports.

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    Mighty Alkala First Edition a.k.a. False Idol Mighty Alkala Tiki Mug

    This mug is shaped like a wooden Tiki head with an angular figure eight shaped mouth lined with teeth. The mug was designed by Dane Danner and based on the Tiki behind the bar carved by Bosko Hrnjak. Glazed in matte brown and produced/manufactured by Munktiki Imports.

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    Nauti-Ku

    This is a mug shaped like a standing Tiki within a coil of nautical rope. He is a classic design with figure-eight shaped mouth. Similar standing figures with slightly shorter headdresses were produced by Coco Joe's or later produced as "Brady Bunch Idol" necklaces. This mug has a highly detailed wood-grain glaze. Made on Maui.

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    Never Forget To Get Drunk Elephant Mug

    This pink elephant mug was manufactured by Munktiki. He is wearing a fez and his trunk is pointed up in the air as he holds a Moai mug. “Never Forget to Get Drunk” is written on the back of the mug.