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    Hot Rod Hula Hop 4 Mug a.k.a. E-1 Tiki Mug

    This tiki mug was designed and produced by Pop Tiki for the Hot Rod Hula Hop 4 in 2008. The mug was a limited edition of 100 and came in various glazes. The tiki appears to be smiling so broadly that his eyes are squinted shut. Marked "Hot Rod Hula Hop 4" on the back.

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    Hot Rod Hula Hop 2 Bowl Black

    This bowl was designed by KuKuAhu for Hot Rod Hula Hop 2 held in Ohio. The bowl features three tikis and "HRHH II" in raised letters. The bowl is supported by three feet. This version is black with a red interior.

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    Hot Rod Hula Hop 2 Bowl Brown

    This bowl was designed by KuKuAhu for Hot Rod Hula Hop 2 held in Ohio. The bowl features three tikis and "HRHH II" in raised letters. The bowl is supported by three feet. This version is brown with a red interior.

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    Hot Rod Hula Hop 2005 Bowl a.k.a. Fraternal Order of Moai Bowl

    This bowl was designed by KuKuAhu for the first Hot Rod Hula Hop in Columbus, Ohio in 2005, organized by the Fraternal Order of Moai. The mug is shaped like a conga drum, with three small moai feet.

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    Hala Kahiki Rum Barrel a.k.a. Hala Kahiki Wiki-Wiki Rum Barrel Mug

    This brown rum barrel mug was manufactured by Tiki Farm for Hala Kahiki in River Grove, IL. It features a rope border around the lettering on side and a stylized pineapple. This Wiki-Wiki Rum Barrel was also used by Tiki Farm for other locations, including VenTiki Lounge and The Bruery.

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    Trader Vic's Champagne Tiki Stemware

    This glass was produced by Morgantown Glass for Trader Vic's. It is one of three pieces of tiki stemware Trader Vic's used. This one is the champagne glass, with a low, wide champagne bowl. Clear base and bowl, golden yellow translucent tiki stem.

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    Hawaii Kai Skull Mug

    This white skull mug was manufactured for the Hawaii Kai. It has a handle, hollow eye sockets and nose cavity. It is missing three teeth and is marked "Hawaii Kai" on the front.

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    Mai Kai Abelam Mug Modern a.k.a. Mai Kai Handled Mask Mug Modern

    This is the modern version of the mug from the Mai Kai which has a handle on the back, and features a mask-like tiki design of the Abelam people. Green, with yellow, green, white and dark blue painted details.

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    Port Light Glass a.k.a. Trader Vic's Port Light Glass

    This red glass with gold painted details was made by Imperial Glass Company and was also available retail, but is primarily known for being used at Trader Vic's. Morgantown Glass Company was occasionally contracted by Imperial Glass to produce these if their production line was at capacity. Trader Vic's also used a companion glass, a green Starboard Glass.

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    Starboard Light Glass a.k.a. Trader Vic's Starboard Light Glass

    This green glass with gold painted details was made by Imperial Glass Company for Trader Vic's. Morgantown Glass Company was occasionally contracted by Imperial Glass to produce these if their production line was at capacity. Trader Vic's also used a companion glass, a red Port Light Glass.

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    Kahiki Compote Dish With Wide Pedestal

    This beige compote dish was manufactured for the Kahiki in Columbus, OH. It has "Kahiki" printed on it as well as their long signature moai head. There are two sizes of compote, this one is 7" x 7" x 4", and the other is 6" x 6" x 3.5" with a narrow pedestal.

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    Kahiki Dessert Plate

    This beige dessert plate was manufactured for the Kahiki in Columbus, OH. It has "Kahiki" printed on it as well as their long signature moai head. Measures 7.5" in diameter x .75" tall.

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    Kahiki Serving Bowl

    This beige soup bowl was manufactured by Sterling for the Kahiki in Columbus, OH. The interior has "Kahiki" printed on it along with the long Kahiki signature moai head. Measures 9" diameter X 1.5" high.

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    Kahiki Creamer

    This beige creamer was manufactured for the Kahiki in Columbus, OH. It is marked "Kahiki" on the front and has a slender moai head on the back. Some have no handle.

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    CATT 2011 Mug a.k.a. Chicago Area Tiki Tour 2011 Mug

    This is a three-sided mug featuring a long-necked cat in the Witco style (detailed in brown and beige). The mug is glazed in a peach-colored exterior glaze. The mug was produced for the Chicago Area Tiki Tour (CATT) on September 30th through October 2nd, 2011. It was a bus tour of Chicago Tiki venues, including Hala Kahiki, Malahini Terrace, Chef Shangri-la, Tiki Terrace, and Tong's Tiki Hut. Sponsored by the Fraternal Order of Moai. There are variations of this mug besides the standard version seen here.

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    Kahiki Hula Girl Volcano Bowl

    This footed hula girl bowl with volcano center was manufactured for the Kahiki Supper Club in Columbus, Ohio. The bowl is yellow and features a hula girl dancing between two palm trees. Brown volcano in center interior.

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    Kahiki Round Ashtray

    This brown ashtray is round and decorated on either side by Tikis. Also stamped with a repeated pattern of round "dots". Has two indentions for cigarettes. Marked "Kahiki" on interior. Said to have been made by Bill Sapp's wife, circa 1961.

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    Kahiki Hula Girl Bowl

    This footed hula girl bowl was manufactured for the Kahiki Supper Club in Columbus, Ohio. The bowl is yellow and features a hula girl dancing between two palm trees.

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    Hot Rod Hula Hop 3 Mug a.k.a. Kahiki Fireplace Tribute Mug FOM HRHH3

    This mug was manufactured for the Hot Rod Hula Hop 3. It is shaped like the fireplace moai from the Kahiki in Columbus, Ohio. Designed by Captain Skully (Eric Immelt).

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    Kahiki Fireplace Tiki Mug

    This gray moai mug was manufactured by Tiki Farm to raise money for the restoration of the iconic fireplace rescued from the defunct Kahiki Supper Club in Columbus, OH. The mug features decal art on the eyes, along the nose and mouth and inside the mouth which match the colors of the original fireplace. The sculpt was done by Squid.

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    Kahiki Moai Mug

    Stylized moai design, tan/light brown color, with coffee-bean-like eyes, nostrils, and lips. Vertical "dashes" are indented into the mug all over. This version of the Kahiki Moai mug has far less defined features than the Orchids of Hawaii version. Also, the nose is more bulbous.

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    Kahiki Moai Salt & Pepper Shakers Dark Green

    These salt & pepper shakers are shaped like slender moai, with a dark green finish, and are marked "Kahiki Supper Club" in black on the bottom.

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    Kahiki Coconut Mug Dark Brown Glossy

    This coconut was made for the Kahiki Supper Club in Columbus, Ohio by Hoffman Pottery. The mug has a dark brown glossy exterior and a white interior.

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    Kahiki Hoffman Moai Mug

    This tall, stately moai mug was created for the Kahiki by Hoffman pottery. It has a satin brown finish. The bottom has "Kahiki" in recessed hand lettering, and "Ceramics by Hoffman" is stamped in black script lettering.

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    Orchids of Hawaii Kahiki Moai Mug a.k.a. Kahiki Mug No. 1, Orchids of Hawaii R-72

    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".

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    Kahiki Barrel Mug

    Rum barrel from the Kahiki Supper Club in Columbus, Ohio. Barrel has "Kahiki" on front, "Columbus, Ohio" on bottom.

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    Kahiki Ku Handled Mug a.k.a. Kahiki Coffee Mug

    Coffee-mug shaped, handled Ku mug from Kahiki Supper Club in Columbus, Ohio.

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    Kahiki Skull Mug

    This mug, shaped like a skull, was created for the Kahiki Supper Club in Columbus, Ohio.