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    VanTiki Pounder Mug 2016 a.k.a. VanTiki Poi Pounder Mug 2016

    This is a mug shaped like a poi pounder with a Tiki face and a rounded bottom. It has a matte black exterior and was available in two different colors of interior glaze (half in brown basalt and half in orange satin).

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    The Manakia Tiki Mug

    The Manakia Tiki Mug was manufactured by Eekum Bookum & sculpted by Patrick Vassar, based on a design by Jay Brooks with Aloha Texas Tiki Co and modeled off of a tiki at the Enchanted Tiki Lounge. It was commissioned by the Enchanted Tiki Lounge for the Texas Tikiphiles Takeover Luau and also sold online. It is shaped like a crouching tiki and has a Papua New Guinea influence with a bone through the nose, askew eyes formed of concentric circles, and cowrie shell decorations in hair.

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    Magical Tiki Meetup Mug - Tangaroa Blue a.k.a. Walt Disney World Magical Tiki Meetup Mug Limited Edition Tangaroa Blue

    This mug was sculpted by Patrick Vassar and produced by Eekum Bookum. Based on the pillars that sit outside the Enchanted Tiki Room at Walt Disney World.

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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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    Tiki Gardens Mug by Eekum Bookum

    This mug is a two sided mug with a tiki on one side and a moai on the other. The front of the mug features a 10 foot Tiki named Kahona, the water God, which stood at the entrance of the Tiki Gardens (a polynesian gardens theme park). It featured a fire pit in the mouth and torches they would light every night. The back features another of their monumental Tiki’s which they called Lono supreme God. Shells and gemstone eyes have been added on the tikis and the sides of the mug feature peacocks from the gardens.

    Tiki Gardens was a Polynesian gardens theme park in Indian Shores Florida, just a few miles from the creators house. It opened in 1964 it was closed in the 80s at which time it fell into disrepair ultimately being sold to the county. And of course they tore down paradise and put up a parking lot for the beach.

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    Nu Lounge Bar Lono Green a.k.a. Beauty & Daniele Dalla Pola

    This is a Lono-shaped mug with a pineapple on forehead and marked for the Nu Lounge bar in Bologna, Italy. The design bears great resemblance to Bai's earlier "Greetings From Lono" mug but with the addition of the pineapple and new glaze. Hula girl on back as well (the Beauty). Daniele Dalla Pola is the founder of the Nu Lounge Bar. He received international acclaim by winning the prestigious 42 Below Cocktail World Cup in 2011. Daniele’s hallmark is the pineapple – Pineapple Love is what he is known for. This mug is featured on the Mahiki menu for the "Beauty & Dalla Pola" cocktail and was also included in the Tiki Cocktail Box service, based out of the UK, in their December 2017 subscription.

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    Aloha Hawaii Banner Pineapple Salt & Pepper Shakers

    Pineapple-shaped shakers marked "Aloha" and "Hawaii" across white banners. Made in Japan.

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    Porco Lounge & Tiki Room Tiki Mug Second Edition a.k.a. Tiki Diablo Tahitian Cannibal Trio Eater For Porco Lounge & Tiki Room

    This "Eater" style Tiki is inspired by a member of the traditional Tahitian Cannibal Trio. He has a small pig in his hands which he is in the process of eating and the pig has a hole through it, enabling users to skewer it with a toothpick and cherry garnish or anything else that strikes their fancy. There are two variants: a green version and an orange version.

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    Blue Lady Limited Edition a.k.a. Tretchikoff's Blue Lady Hand Painted

    This version follows the all blue version of the mug and is handpainted in multiple colors (black hair, red lips, etc...), limited to 100 pieces. The Blue Lady is based on a 1950 painting by Vladimir Tretchikoff. It became one of the world's most popular paintings when made into a print in the 1960s and 1970s. The painting was of an uknown Chinese girl and was best known for the unusual skin tone used for her face (a blue-green color). Recently, the model for Tretchikoff's painting was found to be a then 17-year-old Monika Sing-Lee (now Monika Pon), who was then a single girl working in her uncle’s laundry in Cape Town.

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    Cannibal King Wiped Black a.k.a. Cannibal King Open Edition

    A standing tiki with a tall headdress of skulls and a sharp-toothed scowl.

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    Hau'oli Na Maka Angler Red For Three Dots And A Dash

    This is a mug shaped like an angler fish with an upthrust bottom jaw and pointy teeth sticking up. Also issued in an "Electric Blue" and teal. This red wipe-away glaze version is exclusive to Three Dots and a Dash, Chicago, IL. Listed on their menu to serve the Caribbean Punch.

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    Rhum Clément Homère Clément Mug

    This is a mug shaped like the head of late 19th century founder of Rhum Clément, Homère Clément, wearing sunglasses with an anchor earring. Green gloss wipe-away glaze. Sold by Rhum Clément at Ohana 2018.

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    Bahi Hut Tiki Mug Open Edition a.k.a. Bahi Hut Cocktail Lounge Marquesan Tiki Mug Blue

    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 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. This is the open edition glazed in blue.

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    Mr. Bali Hai Tiki Farm Mug Edition V a.k.a. Mr. Bali Hai Tiki Farm Mug Fifth Edition, Reproduction Mr. Bali Hai Orange Eyes

    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 and portrays Mr. Bali Hai as an oblong head with a bone through the nose and large white hoop earrings, with sleepily lidded orange eyes. The mug comes with a lid with two straw holes. This version, which started in Summer 2018, can be easily distinguished by the orange eyes, the bone through nose is "droopier" than previous versions, and the eyebrows are not painted white -- just brown like the rest. This is a near duplicate of the earlier OMC Concave Bottom version in many ways. However, the sticker on the bottom looks like an Otagiri sticker but instead of the letters “OMC” in the “leaves”, it has a T and an F and an image of a little tiki head that looks to be the logo of Tiki Farm.

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    Inferno Room Papua New Guinea Drum Mug

    This handled drum mug is decorated with Papua New Guinea Mask designs and is marked for the Inferno Room in Indianapolis, Indiana. The Inferno Room opened on September 11th, 2018.

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    Tikiyaki Airways Frequent Flyer Mug Koa Glaze

    This mug, which is based on the classic United Airlines Tiki, is glazed in a more reddish "Koa Wood" brown, and is standing on a suitcase, with "Jungle Jetsetter" across the front, and the Tikiyaki Airways globe logo emblazoned on the back in Blue. This glaze issue was released after the initial run in the darker brown.

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    Keko Pepeiao

    This is a mug shaped like a tattooed monkey. He is sitting with his arms around his knees and has jade green tiki head earrings in each ear. His tail wraps around in a spiral in back.

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    The Manakia Tiki Mug

    The Manakia Tiki Mug was manufactured by Eekum Bookum & sculpted by Patrick Vassar, based on a design by Jay Brooks with Aloha Texas Tiki Co and modeled off of a tiki at the Enchanted Tiki Lounge. It was commissioned by the Enchanted Tiki Lounge for the Texas Tikiphiles Takeover Luau and also sold online. It is shaped like a crouching tiki and has a Papua New Guinea influence with a bone through the nose, askew eyes formed of concentric circles, and cowrie shell decorations in hair.

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    Royal Kona Resort Don The Beachcomber Tiki Mug

    A traditional standing tiki with coffee bean shaped eyes holding a coconut with cocktail and umbrella, glazed in turquoise, and marked for the Royal Kona Resort Don The Beachcomber. Reverse has image of Don in his classic straw hat and holding a tiki mug. Also image of the Island of Hawaii.

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    Leilani Luau Painted Moai Mug

    This mug was used at two different restaurants, both in Fresno, California, the Luau and the Leilani. It is the standard "painted moai" design produced by Otagiri.

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    Munktiki Imports Jellyfish Goblet Purple

    A goblet shaped jellyfish mug with purple glaze. Designed by Bai. Sculpt was done by Rob Fink.

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    Crazy Al's Sunken Tiki Kaihalulu Dark Brown Edition 2019 a.k.a. Smuggler's Cove Sunken Tiki Kaihalulu Dark Brown Edition, Kuhiko Kaihalulu Dark Brown 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 Kaihalulu Dark Brown edition which is in a dark brownish glaze and named after the famous pocket beach on the island of Maui, Hawaii on Kaʻuiki Head. Available only at Smuggler's Cove and premiered on 01/2019.

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    RumHaven Mermaid Mug

    Created for the company as promotional give-away’ s as a run of 500 mugs which features their signature brand mermaid surrounded by sea life

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    Aloha Isle Tiki Mug

    This Aloha Isle Tiki Mug was designed by Kaku Kaku (Bill Grayson) and sculpted and manufactured by Tiki Diablo. The design is based on the Tiki Men holding torches on the roof of Aloha Isle in Adventureland at Disney's Magic Kingdom. The mug has the torch being held at chest level instead of above the head, however.

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    The Rincon Room Home Bar Tiki Mug

    This is a tall mug shaped like a Lono tiki with tall headdress and marked "The Rincon Room" on reverse. Glazed in shades of brown with white teeth and some red highlighting. The original tiki it is based on was made by Oceanic Arts for a restaurant near the Warehouse in Marina Del Rey and it’s been outside Ron Ferrell's (Bongo Fury's) home bar, The Rincon Room, for several years now.

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    UnderTow Toucan Mug

    This is a mug shaped like an orange-billed toucan perched atop a jungle ruin with Mayan/Olmec stone heads, a tree stump, and jungle vines below it. There are two distinct versions. Version 1 is known as the glossy version, which has the standard colors and is numbered # 1-200. Version 2 (which says v2 on the box) is known as the matte version and has different colors numbered # 201-250.

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    Hukilau 2019 Tiki Mug

    This is a mug shaped like one of the standing Tikis from the Mai Kai Mystery Bowl, but with Bai's unique styling. Red loincloth and topknot holder. Red glazed interior. Hands are open to hold small jute twine "ropes" that go under the base. Eekum Bookum manufactured the mugs. Hukilau event held June 5th-9th, 2019.

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    UnderTow Shrunken Head Captain Mallory Mug

    A mug shaped like the shrunken head of Captain Mallory. Green wipe glaze. Came with a matching paper coaster and swizzle stick. Released 04/12/2019 at UnderTow.

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    Forbidden Island Tiki Mug Chocolate Brown

    This chocolate 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. Glazed in a matte chocolate brown. Premiered 06/2019.

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    Hungry Piranha Mug Second Edition a.k.a. Hungry Piranha Mug In Red Without 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. This production run of 150 Second Edition mugs are red but do not have blood on the teeth.

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    Munktiki Imports Jellyfish Goblet Pearl White

    A goblet shaped jellyfish mug with pearlescent white glaze. Designed by Bai. Sculpt was done by Rob Fink. Initial glazed pieces in other colors were produced in China, but the molds were brought back and this was produced in the USA at their Astoria, OR location.

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    UnderTow Panther Skull Mug

    A mug shaped like a panther skull.

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    Kona Kai Lined Moai Salt & Pepper Shakers

    These salt & pepper shakers by Otagiri are of stern-looking moai, with a woodgrain-like series of vertical lines all over. They have a brown glaze. They are marked "Kona Kai K.C. MO" in black on the back.

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    Manu - Blue

    Designed by B-Rex (Brian Rechenmacher) and manufactured by Munktiki Imports. This mug features one of B-Rex's tiki faces as mask on the from of the mug cup. Also came in a Green coloration.

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    Manu - Green

    Designed by B-Rex (Brian Rechenmacher) and manufactured by Munktiki Imports. This mug features one of B-Rex's tiki faces as mask on the from of the mug cup. Also came in Blue coloration.

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

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    Chinese Jade Tile Flask

    Made for the Tonga Hut in Los Angeles, this is a flask shaped like a Chinese jade tile with cork stopper. It has real jute rope bindings on all 4 sides. Measures: 7” high (including opening on top), 6” long, and 1.5” wide. Historically, jade tiles have adorned many classic tiki establishments, including Don The Beachcomber's and Trader Vic's. They are often lashed together with bamboo frames to make breezeways or to embellish door frames. This flask is marked for the Tonga Hut.

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    Dynasty Hula Girl Bowl Small a.k.a. DW117-S

    This 16-ounce glazed ceramic bowl is listed as a Compote bowl in Dynasty Wholesales catalog and appears to be a reproduction of an OMC bowl. On the front of the bowl are three women wearing yellow skirts and red bikini tops. All appear to be dancing on a beach. The scene is framed on both sides by two pair of palm trees. Behind the girls are two sailboats on the ocean and further on the horizon is a volcanic island. The reverse side of the bowl is not decorated. The base of the bowl is a pedestal.

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    Rum Cat Mug a.k.a. Hooch the Cat Rum Crate

    Hooch the Cat lounges in an empty rum shipping crate, a small Shriners' fez perched atop his head above sleepy eyes. Artist Doug Horne claims the mug is based on the urban legend of 'Hooch', a cat that frequented the shipyards (and bars) of Long Beach Harbor, CA during the World War 2; one with a taste for the rum frequently spilled by drunken sailors and dock workers. The cat is matte orange with a glossy red fez sitting in a matte brown crate, a light black wash picks out the details of the sculpt. The ends of the crate are adorned with labels for 'Rum Cat' aged rum.

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    Enchanted Orator I "The Giver" - Artist Proof

    Only 6 artist proofs were created for this wood grained mug. Also produced in a limited run of 40 in orange, red (20 mugs) and a super carved and glazed one-offs (15 mugs).

    Jungle Modern Ceramics describes this mug: ""The Giver"doesn't offer empty hands, but endless possibilities. Does he make all your enchanted Tiki dreams come true, or just offer a little hope in this crazy and chaotic world? Whatever his offerings mean to you, I hope they bring a smile to your face and some enchantment to your Tiki room."

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    King Tā Moko Mug - First Edition - Pink - for Esotico Miami a.k.a. Maori Tattoo Elvis Mug Pink Shirt

    Bust of a young Elvis wearing a pink Aloha shirt, his face covered with traditional Māori tattoos. This design was released in other editions with different colored shirts, including a light blue and a darker blue with black details. A limited edition mug was produced for Christmas 2019 where the shirt is replaced with a red, fur trimmed Santa Coat with a sprig of holly on the lapel.

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    Orchids of Hawaii R-1 Japan Green a.k.a. Headhunter Mug, Warrior Mug

    These common vintage Tiki mugs, produced by Orchids of Hawaii, feature the visage of a tattooed Maori headhunter. Orchids of Hawaii mug in green, marked "Orchids of Hawaii" "R-1" "Japan" on bottom.

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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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    The Manakia Tiki Mug

    The Manakia Tiki Mug was manufactured by Eekum Bookum & sculpted by Patrick Vassar, based on a design by Jay Brooks with Aloha Texas Tiki Co and modeled off of a tiki at the Enchanted Tiki Lounge. It was commissioned by the Enchanted Tiki Lounge for the Texas Tikiphiles Takeover Luau and also sold online. It is shaped like a crouching tiki and has a Papua New Guinea influence with a bone through the nose, askew eyes formed of concentric circles, and cowrie shell decorations in hair.

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    VanTiki Pounder Mug 2016 a.k.a. VanTiki Poi Pounder Mug 2016

    This is a mug shaped like a poi pounder with a Tiki face and a rounded bottom. It has a matte black exterior and was available in two different colors of interior glaze (half in brown basalt and half in orange satin).

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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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    Mr. Bali Hai Concave OMC Mug a.k.a. Vintage Mr. Bali Hai

    This mug is of the original Mr. Bali Hai, the mascot for the Bali Hai Restaurant in San Diego. This version of the mug was manufactured by OMC and bears the OMC sticker, and has a concave base marked "Mr. Bali Hai made Exclusively for Bali Hai Restaurant San Diego, Calif" printed on the bottom. Mr. Bali Hai is an oblong head with a bone through the nose and large white hoop earrings, with sleepily lidded eyes (eyes are usually brown, sometimes blue). The mug comes with a lid with two straw holes.

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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.