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    The Captain from On The Hiyu's Pau Hana Lounge

    A moai shaped mug with droopy eyes, a couple of upthrust bottom teeth, and holding a ship's wheel. Glazed in a blue wipe-away glaze leaving most of the mug a white matte color with blue in recesses to show details of sculpt. Manufactured by Munktiki Imports. From On the Hiyu's first tiki event in Seattle, WA, on June 29th, 2019.

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    Goat Cheese - Second Edition - Red Robe - by Munktiki - for Ohana Is Dead

    This is a mug shaped like a robed goat-headed figure holding a switchblade in one hand in front and a skull in the other hand in back.

    From Ohana Is Dead:

    "Introducing the official Goat Cheese Cvlt mug! Sculpted in his likeness, our second super limited edition glaze features a blood red black robe, raw white highlights and platinum accents. Skillfully crafted in Astoria, OR by our good friend Munktiki, this is the second glaze of this series, all of which will be limited to 25 mugs."

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    Runed Skull - Black Friday Edition - by Munktiki - for Ohana Is Dead

    From Ohana Is Dead:

    "Goat Cheese is back and he's not messing around this time! We had read about his blood sacrifices online but always assumed it was just lore. But now that he has made himself at home in our warehouse, we actually saw it with our own eyes. Because of this famed ritual we now have another runed skull, black like the night and splattered with his blood!

    Handmade by our good friend Munktiki in Astoria, OR, the runed skull is a big boy holding approximately 40 ounces. The Black Friday glaze is the third of four glazes, and will be limited to 25 hand numbered mugs."

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    Stone Brewing Company Tiki Gargoyle Mug - Second Edition - Brown - by Tiki Farm

    This mug features a tikified version of the Stone Brewing Company gargoyle head on front of a bamboo-shaped vessel. This version of their mascot is often used for their Tiki Escape line of beers.

    The first color-way of this design was released in turquoise, followed by brown, and then purple.

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    Spiky Tiki Mug a.k.a. Spiky Moai Mug

    A Tiki mug with a stylized Moai like face and spiky decorations on the sides. Made in a variety of colors, often only once.

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    Dead Summer Limited Edition a.k.a. Dead Summer LTD Edition

    This is a mug designed to look like a palm tree growing through a skull. The mug is glazed in a clear matte glaze with a black rub, and is more of a goblet as the skull sits on top of the palm tree base. It is Munktiki's first collaboration with Sketchy Tank. He specializes in black and white pen and ink art with heavy stippling and, here, Munktiki has tried to replicate this signature style through their glaze. There is also a Super Limited Edition in a different glaze variation.

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    Stone Brewing Company Tiki Gargoyle Mug - Second Edition - Brown - by Tiki Farm

    This mug features a tikified version of the Stone Brewing Company gargoyle head on front of a bamboo-shaped vessel. This version of their mascot is often used for their Tiki Escape line of beers.

    The first color-way of this design was released in turquoise, followed by brown, and then purple.

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    Skulltower - Limited Edition - by Trevor Foster Studio - for Lost Temple Traders

    This very realistic skull with carnelian red eyes sits on a pedestal surrounded by more skulls.

    For Sale
    Available to trade
    Location
    Oregon, United States
    Interested?
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    KaraKasa Mug a.k.a. Umbrella Monster Mug

    KaraKasa (Umbrella Monster) is a mythical ghost or yōkai in Japanese folklore. They are old worn out umbrellas that turn into ghosts. Limited edition of 100 consisting of only 25 blue, 25 red, 25 orange and 25 yellow.

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    The Passenger Tortoise Skull Mug - First Edition - by Flounder - for Tiki Farm

    This is a mug shaped like a tattooed skull perched upon a tortoise.

    The name for this design was inspired by a song performed by Iggy Pop off of his 1977 album “Lust for Life”… the song title… “The Passenger”.

    For Sale
    Available to trade
    Location
    Oregon, United States
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    Day Of The Deadtiki

    This skull-like Tiki is inspired by the celebrations for Day of the Dead. First version was glazed in pale yellow with some wipe away on high points of brow, eyes, and teeth. This was quickly followed up with an orange and green version as well. Back features a spiral designed skull and cross-bones. Día de Muertos begins October 31 and ends November 1. Made in China by Munktiki Imports.

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    Cat Magic Punks Mug - Second Edition - Deep Red - by Ryan Patterson & THOR - for Kindred

    The cat is sitting on a skull surrounded by roses. Based on the CMP "Babylon" design, Thor sculpted a mold in collaboration with CMP creator Ryan Patterson.

    Manufactured by Tiki Farm and sold through Kindred.

    This Second Edition is glazed in deep red. A first edition in black & bone preceded it.

    Available to trade
    Location
    Oregon, United States
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    Reverse Mermaid - Orange - by Darick Maasen - for Munktiki Imports

    This mug is shaped like a reverse mermaid - a human body with a fish head. Starfish cover the breasts and a clam shell covers the crotch. Anchor tattoo on thigh.

    This was also produced in a light teal wipe version with orange details for starfish and clam shell.

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    Fugu Green

    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. Measures 5" x 5" x 7". "The Fugu Sipper's color is a poisoney red/green combo. Also, the Fugu Sipper is big enough so you and the love of your life can enjoy a delightful beverage together." -Munktiki

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    Mouth of the Serpent - Bone Edition - by MONDO

    This 24 oz. mug depicts Quetzalcoatl, the Feathered Serpent, opening his mouth to reveal the skull of Mictlantehcuhtli, the Aztec god of the dead. According to artist, Urban Aztec (Jesse Hernandez), "This design symbolizes a common theme among the Aztec, the duality of life and death, one cannot exist without the other." This is the Bone variant limited to 515 pieces. There is also a regular first edition variant with a Brown & Turquoise glaze dual finish, an Emperor's Gold variant limited to 375 mugs, and an Emperor's Blood Edition variant (deep crimson red, yellow, and black) limited to 490 pieces.

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    Mouth of the Serpent - Emperor's Blood Edition - by MONDO

    This 24 oz. mug depicts Quetzalcoatl, the Feathered Serpent, opening his mouth to reveal the skull of Mictlantehcuhtli, the Aztec god of the dead. According to artist, Urban Aztec (Jesse Hernandez), "This design symbolizes a common theme among the Aztec, the duality of life and death, one cannot exist without the other." This is the Emperor's Blood Edition variant (deep crimson red, yellow, and black) limited to 490 pieces. There is also a regular first edition variant with a Brown & Turquoise glaze dual finish, an Emperor's Gold variant limited to 375 mugs, and a Bone variant limited to 515 pieces.

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    Mouth of the Serpent - Emperor's Gold Edition - by MONDO

    This 24 oz. mug depicts Quetzalcoatl, the Feathered serpent, opening his mouth to reveal the skull of Mictlantehcuhtli, the Aztec god of the dead. According to artist, Urban Aztec (Jesse Hernandez), "This design symbolizes a common theme among the Aztec, the duality of life and death, one cannot exist without the other." This is the Emperor's Gold edition variant limited to 375 pieces and there is also a regular first edition open issue variant with a brown under turquoise glaze dual finish, an Emperor's Blood Edition variant (deep crimson red, yellow, and black) limited to 490 pieces, and a Bone variant limited to 515 pieces.

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    Kong Mug a.k.a. King Kong Mug, Biggs Tiki Kong Mug

    This is a mug shaped like the head of a snarling King Kong. These were made in several glaze color combinations. King Kong is a giant movie monster, resembling an enormous gorilla, that has appeared in various media since 1933.

    Available to trade
    Location
    Oregon, United States
    Interested?
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    Pizza Skull Mug

    One of several runs of skulls. This run features skulls covered in what appears to be melted cheese with pepperoni sprinkled across them. Although these mugs were unlimited, they were restricted to Friday sales only.

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    Kunga Kong - Limited Edition - by Lost Temple Traders

    This is a mug shaped like a snarling ape head wearing a necklace of alternating yellow diamond and round red beads.

    From the Lost Temple Traders website:

    "On our most recent expedition, we were met with an ominous warning from the locals. 'Kunga Kong is coming!' Could it be? The beast of legend would finally make an appearance? Kunga Kong is a hand-made collaboration between Lost Temple Traders, Tickled Tiki, and sculptor Dale Silva. Limited to 150 pieces, it measures 6.5 inches tall and holds 21 oz. of your favorite beverage."

    Available to trade
    Location
    Oregon, United States
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    Suffering Banana - Ripe - by VanTiki - for Hidden Harbor

    From Hidden Harbor:

    "We’re stoked to introduce our new “Suffering Banana” mug, lovingly hand-crafted in Eugene, Oregon by the immensely talented VanTiki. A bushel of 150 of these beauties were picked for our big 6th Anniversary Party next Saturday, each of them hand-numbered, with a Chiquita-inspired “sticker” fired into the mug itself (Henrik’s genius idea, with logo assist by Scott Sugiuchi).

    Thanks to the glaze wizardry of VanTiki, our bushel of banana mugs includes a few under-ripe and over-ripe ones. Ten of each, in fact, randomly interspersed among the run of 150. You won’t actually know if you’ve gotten one until you open the box, but that’s part of the fun!

    Here are the details. We’ll be releasing the first 100 mugs at our 6th Anniversary Party next Saturday when we open at 5:00 p.m., $185 each, strict limit of one per guest. If you pull a rare ripeness at the party and prefer the yellow, we’ll allow an exchange, but not vice versa.

    Then, on Monday, February 14, we’ll be listing the remaining 50 mugs and any leftovers in our online shop, $225 each, limit one per person and household, with our usual anti-flipping policy in effect."

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    Creature from the Crab Rangoon - Spicy Edition

    This mug from the Black Lagoon Room depicts an Orange tentacled creature poking out of the top of a common Chinese Food takeout carton. The mug has a lid designed to garnish with chopsticks. The first edition of this mug was available in a "Spicy" (Orange) or "Mild" (Green) color option. It was announced the second edition would be available in an "Extra Spicy" (Red) and "Leftovers" (Blue)

    Available to trade
    Location
    Oregon, United States
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    Dead Man's Isle Captain Mug - Porcelain White - by Munktiki

    A mug shaped like a sea captain long dead and now a skeleton but still wearing his hat, an eyepatch, and uniform encrusted with barnacles and seaweed...with an eel sliding around his front and a crab on his back! The Captain is Dead Man’s Isle’s mascot and this mug is for the bar's signature drink. The mug comes in three color variants: Ghostly Blue with Hand Paint, Green Seaweed Slime Wash, and Porcelain white (whose translucence allows for colored LED ice cubes to give the mug a ghostly appearance).

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    Surfing Reaper - 80's Edition - by Ohana Is Dead

    This is a mug shaped like the grim reaper holding a surfboard and carrying a swizzle stick scythe.

    From their website:

    "Relive the the 80s with this Town & Country inspired surfing reaper! This bad boy stands eight inches tall and holds 24 fluid ounces of your favorite tropical treat. Each reaper comes with a Ohana is Dead scythe swizzle, but don't worry, your reaper is a helper and can hold that swizzle for you. The 80s reaper is an edition of 125 and masterfully crafted by the fine folks at Munktiki Imports."

    Sculpted by Robert Fink.

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    The Ghoul Lava Variant - Red & Black by Craig Gleason

    This is a monster mug shaped like Craig Gleason's The Ghoul, which is reminiscent of the vampiric Nosferatu but has elements of a Metaluna Mutant and an Ooze-It. It has a 60's B-Movie vibe. Ghouls, according to Gleason, are an endangered species living in salt caves, they eat dead humans, and live well past 1,000 years...This is the "Lava" variant in red and black. There is also a Slime Variant in green and a Classic Variant in black & white.

    Available to trade
    Location
    Oregon, United States
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    Horned Skull Gray

    This skull mug is stylized in the Stuckie style, and has a dark gray, almost black finish. The skull has very wide horns, somewhat like a steer.

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    Hale Pele Cannibal Tiki Trio Mug - Open Edition - Brown Wipe Glaze a.k.a. Hale Pele Cannibals Three Sided Mug Open Edition, Hale Pele Cannibals Three Sided Mug Brown Wipe Glaze

    This is a three sided mug featuring the Hale Pele Cannibal Trio (Hunter, Catcher, and Eater Tikis) around sides. Manufactured by Munktiki Imports. This is the open edition in brown wipe. There is also a brown open edition.

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    Pazuzu Mug - Celadon Green Edition - by Ohana Is Dead

    This is a mug shaped like the head of Pazuzu. Pazuzu is the main antagonist in The Exorcist horror novels and film series, created by William Peter Blatty. Blatty based this on the actual Mesopotamian demon.

    From Ohana Is Dead:

    "In ancient Mesopotamian religion, Pazuzu was the king of the wind demons and the son of Hanbi, god of evil. Although Pazuzu is considered an evil spirit, he was called upon to ward off other malicious spirits, protecting humans against misfortune and plague.

    We took an ancient Mesopotamian artifact and turned it into a relic of our own! Standing 6 inches tall and holding roughly 24 fluid ounces of your favorite tropical treat, Pazuzu is sure to exorcise your thirst and send your head spinning.

    Art by our homie, Very Good Tiki (Tiki Nava) and, produced by good friends, Munktiki Imports."

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    Pazuzu Mug - Stone Edition - by Ohana Is Dead

    This is a mug shaped like the head of Pazuzu. Pazuzu is the main antagonist in The Exorcist horror novels and film series, created by William Peter Blatty. Blatty based this on the actual Mesopotamian demon.

    From Ohana Is Dead:

    "In ancient Mesopotamian religion, Pazuzu was the king of the wind demons and the son of Hanbi, god of evil. Although Pazuzu is considered an evil spirit, he was called upon to ward off other malicious spirits, protecting humans against misfortune and plague.

    We took an ancient Mesopotamian artifact and turned it into a relic of our own! Standing 6 inches tall and holding roughly 24 fluid ounces of your favorite tropical treat, Pazuzu is sure to exorcise your thirst and send your head spinning.

    Art by our homie, Very Good Tiki (Tiki Nava) and, produced by good friends, Munktiki Imports."

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    Canteenki Moai Drink Mug Green a.k.a. Munktiki Canteenki Moai Drink Mug Green

    This Danish Modern Style moai was designed with clean, simple lines and manufactured by Munktiki. The moai has long, low profile, slightly curved ears, a concave oval area where the eyes would be, a short nose and an open oval protruding mouth.

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    El Bastardo Red

    This red tiki mug from Munktiki has very simple lines, with just the suggestion of eyes with a strong browbone, a blocky nose, and a rectangular mouth. Horns jut out from the sides of the mug. Marked "El Bastardo".

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    Skull Monkey

    This mug from Munktiki is of a monkey with a skull face, sitting with a mug in its hand. Marked "Skull Monkey".

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    U Bastard White

    This tiki mug is manufactured in China for Munktiki. The design is of a devil-tiki, bearing a resemblance to the Suffering Bastard (and Munktiki's line of Bastards), with small front-pointing devil horns and a goatee. Marked "U Bastard" on back.

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    Mountain Idol a.k.a. Munktiki Mountain Idol

    This white mug was designed by Stuckie for Munktiki. The idol has one eye with a cubic zirconia center and a round, open mouth. The mountain has a white top, blue wind and a dark brown base.

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    Laojia Tiki Mug in Burnt Orange

    The Laojia Mug is designed by renowned French Tiki Carver Jerome Laojia. It is traditionally Tahitian styled and comes in two different glaze treatments, a classic gloss brown exterior with a light blue interior and the second treatment is a burnt orange exterior with a soft pink interior.

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    Runed Skull - Black Gold Edition - by Munktiki - for Ohana Is Dead

    From Ohana Is Dead:

    "Whispers of its existence have been around for centuries. Many have lost their lives looking for it, yearning for its limitless power. After tireless efforts and countless dead ends, Goat Cheese has finally located the fabled black runed skull.

    Handmade with real gold in the glaze by our good friend Munktiki in Astoria, OR, the runed skull is a big boy holding approximately 40 ounces. The Black Gold glaze is the final glaze of our runed skull series, and will be limited to 25 hand numbered mugs."

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    Runed Skull - Bone Edition - by Munktiki - for Ohana Is Dead

    From Ohana Is Dead:

    "Drawn to a landscape of saltwater fjords, farmland, forests and mountains that reminded them of home, the pacific northwest was long a preferred destination for the vikings. Thanks to our good friend Munktiki, we were able to bring our own viking artifact to life with our runed skull mug! Handmade in Astoria, OR, the runed skull is a big boy holding approximately 40 ounces. The bone glaze is the first of four glazes, and will be limited to 25 hand numbered mugs."

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    Runed Skull - Halloween Edition - Orange - by Munktiki - for Ohana Is Dead

    From Ohana Is Dead:

    "Living in the Pacific Northwest, we’ve heard the tales of the famed 'goat man' for many years now. We always just wrote it off as a funny urban legend, until we met him. Goat Cheese is not only real, but he’s here, and he’s conjuring up a new curse with the help of an orange skull completely covered in runes.

    Handmade in Astoria, OR, the runed skull is a big boy holding approximately 40 ounces. The Halloween glaze is the second of four glazes, and will be limited to 25 hand numbered mugs. Mugs are currently in production and will ship once they are done."

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    Surf Bob Green

    This is a mug shaped like a wave with a green tropical fish sporting a Tiki Bob style face. There is also a blue version and an orange version. This design is MP's first Munktiki Imports mug.

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    Tikea Red

    A moai head with an Aztec influence. There is also a green version. Back features a Rapa Nui Birdman and some Rongorongo glyphs.

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    Munktiki Imports Alibi Logo Tiki Mug - Blue

    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 "Yellow"

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    Munktiki Imports Whittle Tiki Mug Green

    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 green glazed version.

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    Bwana Spoons Skull Mug

    One of several runs of skulls with a limited edition of 25 for its particular color (green, pink, purple, yellow, etc...). This run is custom hand painted by Bwana Spoons and each is unique.

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    Cracked Cranium Limited Edition a.k.a. Cracked Cranium LTD Edition

    This is a mug shaped like a skull. Available in "Red & Black Splatter" and several other color-ways.

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    Never Say Die Mutant Skull Standard Edition a.k.a. Dead Man's Isle Never Say Die Mutant Skull Standard Edition, Goonies Sloth Skull In Bone White

    This is a strangely elongated skull in bone white glaze. It belonged to the character Sloth from the film "The Goonies" which was shot in Astoria where Munktiki is located. Also, the Goonies motto is "Never Say Die!" Additionally, "Never Say Die" is an actual Tiki drink from Don the Beachcombers, circa 1960's and reproduced by BeachBum Berry in his Total Tiki app. This offering is associated with Munktiki's Astoria based tiki bar, Dead Man's Isle, and 50% of sales go towards the opening of the bar.

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    Aztec Death Whistle Super Limited Edition - Lava Glaze a.k.a. Munktiki Aztec Death Whistle SLTD Edition

    In the 1990s, archeologists in Mexico City unearthed a 500-year-old skeleton near an ancient Aztec temple - a victim of human sacrifice. Perhaps even more chilling was what the beheaded skeleton was holding: two small whistles, one in the shape of a skull. When a researcher blew into one of the tiny instruments, the horrifying sounds that emerged immediately captivated imaginations. One scholar described the noise as a shriek of death. The dreadful, high-pitched sound of the whistle is perhaps most comparable to a human scream. The true purpose of these artifacts has baffled experts. Were they used to terrorize enemies in warfare? Were they used to induce trances as part of healing rituals? Perhaps they were used in the ritual of human sacrifice? Nobody knows. This is the super limited edition lava glazed version of this mug design. Death Whistle mugs have a hidden compartment in its underside that holds its actual Death Whistle. The whistle can be blown via a hole in the back of the mug.

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    Feejee Mermaid II a.k.a. Munktiki Feejee Mermaid Second Edition

    The Feejee Mermaid II was produced by Munktiki. The design is based on an old PT Barnum hoax in which the head and torso of a monkey was attached to the tail of a fish. For the first edition, the tail swept outwards to the side, but for this second edition, the tail is tucked behind the mug.

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    Red Scorpion - by THOR - for Munktiki Imports

    This ceramic bowl was designed by THOR for Munktiki Imports and is shaped like a red scorpion on a brown rock with its tail curled up in back. There is a tiny hole in the end of the tail that you can stick a toothpick in for garnish.