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    The Missionary a.k.a. Eekum Bookum Cannibal Pot

    This is a mug shaped like a man wearing a pith helmet and safari outfit inside a large cauldron-shaped bowl. Manufactured by Eekum Bookum (John Mulder).

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    Jeff Granito Hiwa Sheba - First Edition - Black a.k.a. Hiwa Sheba

    Hiwa Sheba, produced by TikiLand Trading Co. It was Inspired by the black tiki idols with rhinestone eyes that I would collect as a kid in Hawaii. I wanted to play with the idea of good and bad luck associated with black cats, so one side signifies bad luck (look for the number 13 hidden in there) and good luck on the reverse side (with a happy face and a four leaf clover tag).

    This is the first Tiki Mug collaboration between TikiLand Trading Co. and Jeff Granito, and is Jeff's first mug ever produced!

    The mug holds approximately 24 ounces, is 9.75” tall, and has a nice solid weight of 1.9 lbs. The color of the rhinestone eyes will be a surprise for each mug⁣. The interior of the mug will be shiny black.

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    Witch Doctor - First Edition - Red Font Back a.k.a. Witch Doctor by Munktiki Imports for Pleasant Tiki

    This is a mug modeled after a full-body Witco tiki carving with stripes on face, arm bands, and a loincloth with diamond pattern.

    There was a second edition of 250 with blue lettering on reverse instead of red.

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    Creature from the Crab Rangoon - Extra Spicy Edition

    This mug from the Black Lagoon Room depicts a Red 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)

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    Creature from the Crab Rangoon - Mild Edition

    This mug from the Black Lagoon Room depicts an Green 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)

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    Puka Pounder by VanTiki

    This mug was produced by VanTiki in April 2020. VanTiki's Description: "This curious cocktail container is modeled after the most unique of all the pounders of Polynesia: the ring pounder, or pohaku puka ku’i poi, found only on the island of Kauai. This traditional tool is used to mash taro root into poi - and its puka (Hawaiian for hole) allows two hands to easily lift the stone implement. Scaled to match the stone artifacts in the Bishop Museum collection.

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    Creature from the Crab Rangoon - Leftovers Edition

    This mug from the Black Lagoon Room depicts a Blue 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)

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    Monkey Cup by Van Tiki

    VanTiki's Description:

    Take a deep draught from the Monkey Cup, adventurer - you have crossed many miles of jungle to get here, and this elixir is your reward!

    Discovered deep within the rainforests of VanTiki Island, this ancient chalice sports the skull of an extinct and heretofore unknown monkey. When sipping from this ancient vessel, you are sure to note the curious rattle emanating from the simian cranium. Locals say the sound is the rustling spirits of those who drank too deeply from the chalice. Others posit that a small forest spirit has been trapped within the bone by a long dead kahuna. Adventurer, we leave it to you to find out the true source of the sound. I imagine it will take plenty of, ahem, intoxicating research.

    The Monkey Cup stands 4.5 inches tall, and the upper bowl is 5.5 inches in diameter. It will hold just shy of 12 ounces of fluid. This musical mug has several ceramic beads cunningly tucked into the skull chamber, and emits a rattle when used. Made entirely by us, by hand, in our Eugene Oregon studio using only food safe glazes. Marked with the edition number on the base.

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    Monkey Cup - Drunken Monkey Cup by Van Tiki

    VanTiki's Description:

    Unlike this mug’s 249 siblings - number 230 may have had a bit too much grog. Or, in all honesty, perhaps it should be admitted that when the upper section of the mug was taken out of the mold a bit of a panicked near drop occurred. Please note - it was a NEAR DROP - not an ACTUAL DROP. Nonetheless, when I grabbed the falling bowl section, I may have squeezed it a bit in my panicked state. After some diligent re-shaping (while crying), we thought we had things straightened out - but in the glaze firing the wobble returned! I couldn’t bring myself to destroy the mug over a bit of a wibble wobble.

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    Ololupe Standard Edition Lagoon Blue

    Ololupe was designed by Squid for Moku Huna, based on the Hawaiian sorcerer god who takes the form of a stingray. This is the Open Edition in Lagoon Blue. There is also a Limited Edition in Manta Mist Blue.

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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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    Short & Stubby Tiki Mug - by BarConic a.k.a. Unauthorized Leno Shot

    Short green tiki mug with wood texture and tiki face. Bears a very strong resemblance to the brown-glazed Leno Shot produced by Tiki Farm and designed by Big Toe in 2008. The eyes on this mug are less defined than on the Leno shot and the wood grain and detailing is less defined but otherwise the sculpt is a near match.

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    The Reef Skin Diver Mug - First Edition - Blue

    Mug is a bust of a female skin diver in a bikini with dive mask and snorkel. Legend has it that this Diver Girl is the long-lost love of Diver Duke (who is represented by the Reef’s Diver Helmet mug). Also released in orange.

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    Unfortunate Explorer a.k.a. Shrunken Ned

    The shrunken head of a lost and unfortunate explorer still wearing his pith helmet and monocle. This is Daniel Gallardo's (aka: Tiki Diablo) take on the head of Shrunken Ned; the automated fortune teller machine located in Disneyland's Adventureland.

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    Black Tot Day Rum Tub - San Diego Seaspray by VanTiki - False Idol Edition

    To commemorate the 50th Anniversary of Black Tot Day, Hale Pele worked with Vantiki to produce three highly detailed versions of the legendary rum tub with complex and unique glazes that celebrate life at sea.

    Each bar’s edition of the mug has a unique glaze and the bar’s logo on the base. Every mug includes a set of four historic image postcards commemorating Black Tot Day, as well as a custom “bill of lading” decal.

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    Jungle Bird Toucan Mug - First Edition - Mint Green - by Whittle Wood Shop for The Jungle Bird

    A light mint green toucan bird perched with its mouth open. There is also a gold glaze.

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    Jungle Bird Toucan Mug - Second Edition - Gold - by Whittle Wood Shop for The Jungle Bird

    A gold toucan bird perched with its mouth open. There is also a mint green glaze.

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    Santa’s Tiki Tub - Beachbum Berry’s Sippin Santa Popup 2019

    Bowl was made for Beachbum Berry’s Sippin’ Santa event. Holds 36 ounces.

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    Ololupe Limited Edition Manta Mist Blue

    Ololupe was designed by Squid for Moku Huna, based on the Hawaiian sorcerer god who takes the form of a stingray. This is the Limited Edition in Manta Mist Blue. There is also a Standard Edition in a darker Lagoon Blue.

    The mythology of Ololupe: "He is represented in the form of a kite (lupe) shaped like a sting ray. Some say his is an errand of benevolence and not of crime, and that he is sent into the heavens to ensnare the souls of those alone who have done evil...consigning them to death, while the souls of those who were not guilty...he conducted to a place of safety.”

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    Tiki Day At The Park 2019 Mug

    Official mug for the 2019 TikiDayAtThePark, matte finish with multi-layered glaze. Mug represents a character holding a bamboo straw (for display).

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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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    Kaan Took - Open Edition - AZUL FANTASMAL - BLUE

    This mug is shaped like a crouching Mayan style skeleton wearing a crown, round earrings, and a loincloth. Small skulls encircle bottom rim. Reverse features a Mayan warrior with shield and jawless snake head helmet. This version is glazed in a glossy blue wash finish. It is one of two open editions of this sculpt, the other being a bone finish glaze. Additionally, there are also hand-painted or "Enhanced Limited Treasure Editions" of each of these open edition color-ways.

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    Lucky Ku - VenTiki 7th Anniversary Mug - Jungle Green / Black Wash

    Created by David Outline of Outl1n3 Island for the 7th anniversary of VenTiki in Ventura, California. The first 75 of the 150 edition is colored in Jungle Green with a black backwash. Some of the mugs had a white interior but most came with a black interior. The mug also came with a removable Bones/Fang V necklace that could be worn and a LED light for the mouth. The mug was released at VenTiki on August 8, 2020, with David on hand to sign them. The first 75 were sold out within a few hours.

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    Nefertiki Scorched Sands Edition a.k.a. Nefertiki Third Edition

    The Nefertiki Scorched Sands Edition is limited to only 200 mugs. Glazed in golden yellow with hot red and brown satin tones, the inside is glazed in a gloss yellow and her crown is adorned with a single jewel. Nefertiki comes in a custom mid-modern design burial crate.‬ ‪Nefertiki is hand numbered and includes a membership card for The Order of The Golden Fez, and a random official OOTGF label pin.‬ This third edition was preceded by a first edition in blue/green and a second edition (Ghost Edition) in white/blue for the Tonga Hut.

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    The Collector a.k.a. PNG Chippy

    Mug created for the Tiki Collectors Facebook group. It is a papua New Guinea design tiki holding a small Tiki Bob mug in front, marked with "TC" on lower rim.

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    The Marvelous Mai-Tai Machine Bucket Mug

    This bucket mug is part of a set of four bucket mugs and a pitcher. The bucket mugs each feature a happy little imbibing Menehune. The pitcher measures 7 5/8” in height and features a lashed-bamboo inspired handle and a wraparound scene of menehunes operating a Rube Goldberg-like machine to make mai-tais.

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    The Marvelous Mai-Tai Machine Pitcher

    This pitcher is part of a set including the pitcher and four bucket mugs. The pitcher measures 7 5/8” in height and features a lashed-bamboo inspired handle and a wraparound scene of menehunes operating a Rube Goldberg-like machine to make mai-tais. The four bucket mugs each feature a happy little imbibing Menehune.

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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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    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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    Puka Pounder - Chieftan's Edition by VanTiki a.k.a. Puka Pounder - Artist Proof by VanTiki, Puka Pounder - AP by VanTiki, Puka Pounder - Super Limited Edition by VanTiki

    VanTiki's Description: "This curious cocktail container is modeled after the most unique of all the pounders of Polynesia: the ring pounder, or pohaku puka ku’i poi, found only on the island of Kauai. This traditional tool is used to mash taro root into poi - and its puka (Hawaiian for hole) allows two hands to easily lift the stone implement. Scaled to match the stone artifacts in the Bishop Museum collection. Unlike the standard edition - this tiki mug has been meticulously hand-detailed after casting. Note the cracks and the crisp face carvings. Do not be dazzled by the genuine paua shell inlay in the eyes! Each of the 5 Chieftain's Mugs is entirely unique. Natural paua shell eyes have been inlaid with high strength jeweler's epoxy - hand wash only!"

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    Forbidden Sub - by Doug Horne for Forbidden Island

    The Forbidden Sub mug depicts a gray submarine lifted out of the churning ocean depths by a huge orange tentacle. Labeled with the “Forbidden Island” logo on one side, this mug measures 8″ wide by 4″ tall and has a capacity of 18-20 oz. A recipe card for a cocktail named "Infinite Coastline" is included with the mug. The mug went on sale Monday, September 7th, at 12:00pm PST and was limited to two mugs per person. Limited to a run of 500 pieces.

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    Island Girl Mug by Big Toe

    BigToe "Island Girl" hand-signed mug was styled after a BigToe painting called "Forbidden Island" that tells a narrative of an early visit to the Polynesian Islands. “Forbidden Island” was inspired by 2 black and white vintage photos (one of which, the topless wahine, was taken by Adolphe Sylvain of Tahiti from the 1960s) and a shot BigToe took at the Place Of Refuge on the Big Island of Hawaii. A beautiful wahine watches a wooden schooner drop anchor in an idyllic tropical lagoon with majestic volcanic mountains in the distance. The 2 menacing tikis watch over her and could portent troubled waters ahead for the visiting sailors. The mug was manufactured by Munktiki Imports. This is an open edition mug with subtle bas relief sculpting, that the artist has hand-signed. The mug measures about 8" tall by 2.75" wide, and holds about 15 fl oz.

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    Taboo Planet Tiki Mug - First Edition

    This mug is a tikified re-imagining of the famous poster from the film, Forbidden Planet (1956) where Robby the Robot is carrying Anne Francis. In this case, the more tikified robot is carrying a hula girl.

    From the Tiki Maniacs website:

    "This tiki mug mash-up was inspired by one of our favorite mid-century sci-fi movies. The mug was sculpted by Patrick Vassar of The Green Tiki and produced in the USA by Kathy Tope of Tickled Tiki. The mug features a pearlized metallic glaze that changes color depending on the light and the hula girl is meticulously hand painted.

    This is a limited edition of 150 mugs and each will be hand numbered."

    10 Artist Proofs in varying colors were also produced. There was also a second edition of this mug produced in "Koa Wood" brown.

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    80 Fathoms - Standard Edition - by Lost Temple Traders

    This mug depicts an underwater tiki laying on the ocean floor with fossils and undersea life (and a skull in the mouth). This is the Standard Edition with an overall light teal blue coloring and small accents of green and maroon for undersea life. There is also a Super Limited edition that was glazed with a gray/stone tiki head and the undersea life picked out in purple and orange.

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    Taboo Planet Tiki Mug - Koa Wood Edition

    This mug is a tikified re-imagining of the famous poster from the film, Forbidden Planet (1956) where Robby the Robot is carrying Anne Francis. In this case, the more tikified robot is carrying a hula girl.

    From the Tiki Maniacs website:

    "This tiki mug mash-up was inspired by one of our favorite mid-century sci-fi movies. The mug was sculpted by Patrick Vassar and produced in the USA by Tickled Tiki. This edition features a brown matte finish with a charcoal wipe glaze. These mugs are hand made so no two will be alike.

    This is a limited edition of 150 mugs and each will be hand numbered."

    This edition was preceded by the first edition in a pearlescent metallic glaze and with full color hula girl. 10 Artist Proofs in varying colors were also produced.

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    Tiki Drummer Mug - by Trader Nic's

    This is the first Trader Nic's mug, shaped like the head of the famous tiki drummer monkey from the Enchanted Tiki Room. This mug stands 5.5 inches tall and holds up to 18oz. Sculpted by Vassar with production by The Shrunken Monkey. Glazed in a brown "Wood" glaze. Limited to 200 pieces and numbered on bottom.

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    The Velvet Gorilla - 1st Edition - Blue for Tiki Iniki

    This Derek Yaniger design features a large blue gorilla wearing a red fez and holding a wahine with one hand and a martini glass with the other.

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    Tiki Stem Cocktail Glass Modern for Trader Vic's

    This modern glass with ceramic tiki stem hearkens back to the amber tiki stemmed glasses once produced by Morgantown Glass for Trader Vic's. This one has a brown glazed tiki stem, with a small, steeply angled clear glass bowl. Premiered October 2020.

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    King Tā Moko Mug - Halloween 2020 Frankenstein Variant - Limited Edition for Esotico Miami a.k.a. Maori Tattoo Elvis Frankenstein Mug

    Bust of a young Elvis, his face covered with traditional Māori tattoos. This design has been released in a few small editions with different colored shirts, including a pink, a light blue, and a darker blue with black detail. This limited edition mug was produced for Halloween 2020 where the shirt is Halloween orange and Elvis has forehead stitches and bolts on either side of his neck along with a greenish Frankenstein pallor to his skin. They also released a Zombie variant in orange shirt the next month in October.

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    Pineapple Cannon Mini Mug - by Taboo Relics a.k.a. Piña Cannon

    This is a mug that looks like a cross between a cannon and a pineapple.

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    The Creature From the Black Lagoon - First Edition - Green by MONDO

    The Creature from the Black Lagoon from Mondo, 1st edition with a yellow base glaze and "Gillman Green" wipe overglaze. Mondo released a set of Universal Monsters, including the Wolfman, The Mummy, the Phantom of the Opera and the Creature from the Black Lagoon. Other editions of the four Universal Monsters were released shortly after. Designed by Doug P’Gosh and sculpted by Matthew Black. There is also a 3-D variant of the Creature mug with a base blue glaze and a red wipe finish to mimic the effect of the blue and red lenses on 3-D glasses.

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    Bali Hai Tiki Monkey Mug - 2020 - for Cutwater Spirits

    This mug looks like a cross between a monkey and the Goof on the Roof at the Bali Hai on Shelter Island. He has the Goof hat, the red eye, and sharp pointed teeth!

    From the Cutwater Spirits website: "Introducing our 5th generation Cutwater Spirits Tiki mug, designed by the legendary artist, THOR and crafted by Munktiki. This year’s mug is inspired by our Bali Hai Tiki Monkey, the award-winning fan-favorite spirit made with rum, cream, natural banana, cold brew coffee, and cocoa nib flavors. One sip and you’ll go bananas!"

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    The Den Of Sin Maori Devil Tiki Mug - Second Edition - Beachcomber Blue/Green a.k.a. The Den of Sin Home Bar Devil Tiki Mug Blue/Green

    This is a blue/green-glazed tiki mug shaped like the bust (mid waist up) of a devilish horned tiki, dressed in a suave suit, with Maori Moko face tattoos, holding a martini in his hands. Jason & Staci Smith worked with Doug Horne to bring their concept to life. John Mulder sculpted and manufactured the finished mug. The Den of Sin is the home bar of Jason & Staci and since they live in Las Vegas, the back of the mug features the vintage skyline of The Strip. The first edition in matte red with black wash was followed by this "Beachcomber Glaze" second edition in a blue/green and a more glossy candy apple red third edition.

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    The Order Of The Golden Fez Smoking Baboon - First Edition - Egyptian Turquoise Glaze - by Ken Holewczynski - for House of Tabu

    This is a mug shaped like a turquoise baboon wearing a black fez with red tassel. Small hole in mouth for a burning taper for baboon to "smoke".

    From House of Tabu's Facebook page:

    "Of the sacred vessels of libation long thought lost to the sands of time, was the most coveted chalice of the of the highest degree - depicting none other than our official spirit animal - that ne’r-do-well, The Smoking Baboon. Whilst on a new dig at Temple grounds and despite the blistering heat, the anticipation of hunt soon drove the tireless efforts of our on-site excavation crew. Barely containing our excitement, we thought 'could this truly be it? Is this the day?' As we opened yet another catacomb, we uncovered what will hopefully be the first of a treasure trove Baboons! As we slowly scour through the ancient Temples of the the Order of the Golden Fez, we are discovering small stashes of this rare and elusive piece. Standing at approximately 7” tall and holding 15 ounces of your drink of choice, The Smoking Baboon is glazed in an Egyptian turquoise featuring a black fez and red accents."

    This is the first ceramic mug produced entirely in-house by House of Tabu using their own kiln.

    There is also a full-color glazed version.

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    Gecko - for Max's South Seas Hideaway One Year Anniversary Party - Maori Red - by Doug P'Gosh

    Max's South Seas Hideaway describes this mug: " We are releasing a limited-edition mug designed by Michigan artist Doug P'Gosh. We produced this mug in Grand Rapids in our in-house ceramic studio. The new mug is called simply "Gecko" because it depicts one of our owners, Hawaiian artist Gecko, a world-renowned tiki artist based in Honolulu. Gecko can't make it to GR for the event but the artist who designed the mug (Doug P'Gosh) will be here and will sign your mug if you want. Come meet him and buy a mug or two. The price is $125 per mug. There are two separate glazes available: “Maori Red" and “Sandstone Orange." We produced 100 of each of these mugs."

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    Gill-Man Chu - by Doug Horne - for Aku Aku a.k.a. Fu Manchu Creature From The Black Lagoon

    This is a mug that combines elements from the classic Fu Manchu orientalia mug with the Gill-Man (Creature from the Black Lagoon). And holding a skull in his hands! It was designed by Doug Horne for the Aku Aku tiki bar in Orlando, Florida and used in a Kickstarter campaign. To receive a mug, you had to pledge at least $65 and at the $300 and up tier pledgers were able to get an embellished version of the mug with hand-painted details by Doug Horne (at least 3 backers at this level).

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    Tiki Underground 3rd Anniversary Monkey Mug - First Edition - Orange - by Eekum Bookum

    This mug is shaped like a fez-wearing big-fanged monkey crouching and holding a tiki head between its knees. This first edition in orange was followed by a second edition in blue.

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    Tiki Underground 3rd Anniversary Monkey Mug - Second Edition - Blue - by Eekum Bookum

    This mug is shaped like a fez-wearing big-fanged monkey crouching and holding a tiki head between its knees. This second edition in blue was preceded by a first edition in orange.