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    Porco Lounge & Tiki Room Tiki Mug First 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 bluish brown version for #1-100 & a reddish brown version for #101-200. In each variant, the glaze has "uplights" of lighter shaded glaze on knees, hands, mouth, and eyes as though he is eating in front of a light source.

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    Pokole Roary Pith Pack Version #7

    This is a two-piece mug that includes a pith helmet lid. It is a tribute to Rory "Wildsville Man" Snyder. The hat fits with a lip that holds it in place while drinking and also has a straw hole. It is made of high fire stoneware and is part of a "Pith Pack" set which comes with a Taboo Event mug, both in matching glaze with matching pith helmets.

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    Taboo Event Mug Pith Pack Version #7

    This is a two-piece mug that includes a pith helmet lid. It is shaped like a skull-masked native holding a shark-toothed war club. Concept by Anthony Carpenter. The hat fits with a lip that holds it in place while drinking and also has a straw hole. It is made of high fire stoneware and is part of a "Pith Pack" set which comes with a Pokole Roary mug, both in matching glaze with matching pith helmets. There is also a regular edition of this mug from the Taboo event in black & white, a limited event version in green & brown, and a test glaze version in blue that was auctioned for charity. These other versions do not come with the pith helmet.

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    Marquesan Tiki Mug - by Tiki Diablo - For Smuggler's Cove #27

    This is a Marquesan tiki mug from Danny "Tiki Diablo" Gallardo made exclusively for Smuggler's Cove in San Francisco. This original design is Tiki Diablo's artistic interpretation of the historic Marquesan-style tiki that resides above the pond at Smuggler's Cove with barnacles added to better suit Smuggler's nautical theme.

    This tiki was carved by Eli Hedley and sold in the 1950s at his Island Trade Store (which also had a location in Disneyland and where a similar tiki stood for over a decade in the park). This tiki was sold to Trader Dick's in Sparks, NV where it stood outside the entrance until placed indoors when Trader Dick's moved inside the nearby Nugget Hotel & Casino. When Trader Dick's closed in 2014, the tiki was purchased and displayed at Smuggler's Cove.

    This mug was sold online only during the Covid quarantine shutdown and sold out quickly in a single day.

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    Kon-Tiki Diablo Mug #5 a.k.a. Kon-Tiki Tucson Diablo Mug

    This mug is based on the 10′ Tiki Carving created by Danny ‘Tiki Diablo’ Gallardo, for the Kon Tiki in Tucson, AZ. It’s the first new custom Tiki the Kon Tiki had commissioned in over 50 years. The Tiki is a Marquesan style with Danny's signature look and is holding a smaller Tiki head in front. The mugs were issued in three color-ways (Saguaro Green, Lava Rock, and Koa Brown) with each color-way numbered #1-50. For sale exclusively at the Dia Del Diablo event, held November 19th, 2016.

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    Tongo Tiki Mug

    A grinning Tiki with a wide nose and crescent eyes. Woodgrained and has a gentle backwards slope to the top of the head. Comes in various glaze combinations.

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    UnderTow Marquesan Carved Suito Tiki Mug #68 a.k.a. UnderTow First Anniversary Exotic Drinking Gourd Tiki Mug

    A mug shaped like a "suito" Japanese drinking gourd but carved in a Marquesan style. It can be used as a flask (comes with a cork). The color is dark gold and brown. The figure is holding an asian coin in a patinaed green color. Pre-release was on 9/25/17 for the TiKi AZ group with public sales officially starting on 9/26/17. Only available at UnderTow.

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    Morongo Tiki Mug - by Beachbumz a.k.a. Morongo Moai Mug - by Beachbumz

    This is a mug shaped like a tall moai head sitting on a round base. Each is uniquely glazed and has custom decoration on the base (woodgrain, tapa, lava texture, etc...) and sometimes custom details to the head itself. They are released in small batches of a couple dozen at a time and sell out very quickly!

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    News of the World Mug - for Circa Caliente 2019 - by Eekum Bookum #21 a.k.a. Circa Caliente 2019 Giant Robot with Mermaid Mug - by Eekum Bookum

    This is a mug shaped like a giant gray robot with red eyes holding a mermaid in his hand. Based on the 1977 “News of the World” record album cover by the British rock band Queen (released on 28 October 1977 by EMI Records) which is just perfect for this year’s Circa theme of 1977. The artwork for the album was itself an adaption. Taylor (from Queen) had an issue of Astounding Science Fiction (October 1953) whose cover art depicted a giant intelligent robot holding the dead body of a man. The caption read: "Please... fix it, Daddy?" to illustrate the story "The Gulf Between" by Tom Godwin. The cover art was from a painting by American sci-fi artist Frank Kelly Freas. This inspired the band to contact Freas, who agreed to alter the painting for their album cover, by replacing the single dead man with the four "dead" band members (with Taylor and Deacon falling to the ground, and Taylor only visible on the back cover). This mug is yet another switch, replacing dead men with a live mermaid. Sculpted and produced by Eekum Bookum. Limited to only 100 pieces. There were at least two artist proof variations (a light blue version for Rory Snyder and an orange version for John Mulder) that they proudly displayed at the event.

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    Rum Nehune - First Edition - by Eekum Bookum #103 a.k.a. Menehune with Rum Barrel Mug

    This is a mug shaped like a rum barrel held from behind by a male menehune with gray hair, gray mustache and red & yellow flower lei and board shorts.

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    Space Robot Tiki Mug - 2019 - First Edition - Seafoam Green - by Flounder and Crazy Al for Hidden Harbor #27

    The mug is based on Crazy Al's Tiki #211 (and mask). Al's work had previously been adapted as a mug. This version is similar but has been re-sculpted by Flounder in a sci-fi space motif with the tiki having Robby The Robot style arms, a robotic lower half with moon rover tank treads, and carrying a ray blaster. Flounder is remembered for having done previous Tiki Farm science fiction themed mugs like Radar Vic, Tron the Beachcomber, the Intergalactic Island Hopper decanter, and the Cosmic Robo Rover bowl. This Space Robot mug was issued in a few versions, including this first edition in light Seafoam Green, a second edition in Sky Blue, and in a couple of metallic artist proofs (silver and gold).

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    Morongo Tiki Mug - by Beachbumz a.k.a. Morongo Moai Mug - by Beachbumz

    This is a mug shaped like a tall moai head sitting on a round base. Each is uniquely glazed and has custom decoration on the base (woodgrain, tapa, lava texture, etc...) and sometimes custom details to the head itself. They are released in small batches of a couple dozen at a time and sell out very quickly!

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    Hangaroa - by Menehune Design Group

    This is a traditional Tangaroa style tiki mug with a very large penis.

    From Menehune Design Group:

    "Standing tall and proud, our Hangaroa mug is bursting with unabashed excitement to grace your bar.

    His exterior is glazed in dark brown [name of color rumored to be Morning-Wood] with just a touch of primary color to accent. Inside he is exploding with colorful glaze. Although he is mostly known for being a bit cocky, turn him around and he will show you his cheeky side.

    Materials: Lead-free white stoneware ceramic & food safe glaze

    Capacity: 20oz

    Size: 3.5” width x 8.5” high [dimensions will vary slightly]"

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    Hukilau 2013 Mug in Sausalito Brown #36

    This standing full-bodied Tiki is Maori inspired with Moko face tattoos. The design for this mug is based on a Tiki by carver Barney West that sits in the gardens of the Mai Kai. Each mug comes with a faux lava rock coaster with an LED uplight to illuminate the mug. Available in two colors (this Sausalito Brown and a Redwood Ember) with 100 made in each color. Suggested drink for this mug is the Jet Pilot.

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    Headhunter - by Tiki Diablo for Lost Temple Traders

    This ceramic tiki mug was designed by Tiki Nava and the Lost Temple Traders and sculpted and manufactured by Tiki Diablo. It depicts a jungle headhunter wearing a colorful horned mask and holding a shield and a metal spear (swizzle stick made by Michael Grider).

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    The Golden Tiki Second Edition #10

    This mug is shaped like the mascot Golden Tiki from the bar's menu and logo. It is a full-body standing Tiki with large coffee bean shaped eyes and hands held in front. The arms have a gap between the body of the vessel and the mug. It was designed by Doug Horne and sculpted by Tiki Diablo. This version has a golden overall glaze base color with a wipe-away glaze that highlights the sculpt. This wipe glaze was available in either a darker brown or lighter green version. Numbered in black on unglazed rim of bottom. The legend of the Golden Tiki can be read in full at the bar's website here: http://www.thegoldentiki.com/#!the-legend/c142g

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    Tikiyaki 10th Anniversary Mug In Brown #22 a.k.a. Bongo Beatdown In Brown

    This mug, shaped like a tiki playing bongo drums, was issued to celebrate the Tikiyaki Orchestra's 10th anniversary. It was designed by Tiki Diablo. Released at their 10th Anniversary show, March 3, 2018 at Don The Beachcomber. There was also a bone version (limited to 50, making an overall edition of 150 including the 100 in Brown).

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    Ahola-E-Moh Mug - Dark Brown & Turquoise - First Edition #77

    The "Ahola-E-Moh" (an anagram of "Home Aloha") mug is the very first product in the Home Aloha line, and is a collaboration between Jim Bacchi (Tikiyaki), Matt Reese (Reesenik) and John Mulder (mulder142) of Eekum Bookum Tiki Mugs. The design features a Witco inspired tiki, in dark brown, juxtaposed with turquoise accents and mug interior, sitting on a black lava rock base.

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    Fire Dancer Mug Seafoam Green #167 a.k.a. MOD Palm Springs Event Mug 2013

    This is a mug shaped like a native man holding a torch. This is the Seafoam Green version. There was also a Blue version and a Purple version. The Purple glazed version was exclusive to people staying on the grounds at the event. Manufactured by Eekum Bookum (John Mulder).

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    Witco Cat Mug #38

    This is a mug shaped like a wood grained Witco style cat. Mug was released at the 1st Anniversary Event at TikiCat bar in Kansas City, MO, on April 14, 2018.

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    King of Kapu - for The Reef #89

    A severed head mug sold exclusively on location at The Reef tiki bar in Palm Springs, California. The head wears a yellow pitch helmet decorated with a small tiki on front. The mug is made to look like Rory Snyder, owner of The Reef, who is also good friends with John Mulder of Eekum Bookum. The first 100 mugs of this open edition was released on October 1, 2020 and immediately sold out. A delicious libation was created for this mug by The Reef’s Cameron Robbins, called “Wildsville’s Wrong Turn”.

    Available to trade
    Location
    Friday Harbor, Washington, United States
    Interested?
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    UnderTow Tiki Mug Dark Brown #111

    A dark brown full-body Ku style Tiki standing atop a block. Created by Danny ‘Tiki Diablo’ Gallardo, for the opening of UnderTow in Phoenix, AZ. Released on 12/21/2016 through an internet sign-up (20 sold/reserved per day with pick up at bar) with the remainder put up for sale starting in January 2017 at the bar.

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    Tahiti Felix 70th Anniversary Mug #30

    From their website:

    "The Tahiti Felix 70th Anniversary tiki mug. Celebrating 70 years of America’s oldest family run tattoo parlour, in continuous service est. 1949. Tahiti Felix Lynch was not only a tattooer. He and his Tahitian bride, Nui, also lived and embraced the Polynesian lifestyle. He performed all over the world with his Polynesian floor show troop 'The Regal Tahitians' from the late 1950’s thru the late 1960’s entertaining our armed forces in USO shows in the hey day of Tiki Culture! Today our shop, located in the heart of San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter, celebrates his legacy. Many of Tahiti Felix’s original drums and tiki’s, hand carved in the 1950’s for Felix by Hollywood set designer Hal Wilcox, can be found in the shop. You’ll also find some of the largest collections of original tattoo art on public display spanning over 7 decades. A true part of San Diego, Tattoo and Tiki history! Our 70th anniversary mug celebrates the Tahiti Felix Master Tattoo ohana and continued service since 1949. Original Marquesan style mug concept design by Tahiti Gil and produced here in the USA by world renowned tiki mug carver Tiki Diablo. Included with the mug are two custom cast swizzles by Adventure artist Mike Grider. Limited Edition Size: 200 mugs. Release date: May 2020 (delayed from July ‘19)"

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    PaHu

    PaHu is a sitting Tiki with a headdress, an open figure-eight-shaped mouth full of teeth, wood grain texture, and a drum between his legs. Created for the Tiki Oasis 2014 "Beat Tiki" Event. Available in several different glaze combinations.

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    Taboo Planet Tiki Mug - First Edition #109

    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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    Latitude 29 Tiki Mug

    This is the first Tiki mug design issued for Beachbum Berry's Latitude 29 in New Orleans, Louisiana. It is a Bumatay styled full standing Tiki mug with long nose, large oval eyes on the sides, and a small mouth with a slight downturn to it. Made in four color ways of 75 each (Spanish Moss Green, Bourbon Barrel Brown, Tequila Sunset Orange & Pink, and Olde Cypress Gray) for a full edition of 300 total.

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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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    The Captain's Companion - Limited Edition - Brown by Doug Horne for Undertow #92 a.k.a. Undertow Dodo Bird Mug

    This mug is shaped like a dodo bird standing over a rum crate, rum bottles, and a glass float. This Doug Horne concept and design was based on an earlier painting he did for the bar, "The Captain & His Companion". Released July 16th, 2020.

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    West By Westgate #49 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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    Frankie’s 11th Anniversary Mug #221 a.k.a. Creature from the Booze Lagoon

    This mug depicts a stylised version of "The Creature From the Black Lagoon". Green glaze with yellow gill / scale highlights. Released for Frankies 11 year anniversary.

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    Enchanted Orator 2 "The Charmer" - Orange/White #51

    This mug is shaped like a standing, Papua New Guinea style tiki with its tongue out. Wood grain pattern. "The Charmer," is the second design in the 2020 Enchanted Orator series. Jungle Modern Ceramics describes this mug: "Where 'The Giver' left us with hope, 'The Charmer' hits us with a strong dose of hypnotic venom, to help us make it through 2020."

    This mug was originally released in Orange / White (20), Red / White (15), Blue / Yellow (15), Orange / Turquoise (5), Yellow / Turquoise (5), Super Carved Custom Glazed Edition (10) and Various Artist Proofs (10) for a total of 80 mugs in this edition.

    Distinguishing characteristics:

    1 of 15 in Orange

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    King Ku in Redwood Satin Brown & Ash Black #64

    The design for this two-piece lidded Ku design with headdress, flared nostrils, and grimacing tooth-lined mouth, was first introduced at Tiki Oasis 2012 (TO12). The first colorway was in a warm brown. This is the Redwood Satin Brown & Ash Black version. Dimensions: 10-1/8" tall x 5-3/8" wide x 3-7/8" deep.

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    Enchanted Orator I "The Giver" - Super Carved Custom Glazed Edition #1

    Wood grained mug super carved and glazed edition of 15 pieces in various color combinations.. Also produced in orange (40 mugs) and red (20 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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    Skull on Spike Mug #35 a.k.a. Adventureland Spiked Skull Mug

    This mug is a carved skull (missing its jaw) mounted on a bamboo spike; it is based on the skulls found decorating Adventureland in Disneyland and the Magic Kingdom. Daniel Gallardo (Tiki Diablo) sculpted and manufactured the mug based on a design by Bill Grayson (Kaku Kaku).

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    King Tā Moko Mug - First Edition - Pink - for Esotico Miami #18 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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    Unfortunate Explorer #40 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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    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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    The Reef Skin Diver Mug - Blue #84

    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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    Zombie Mug - Second Edition (1st Year Anniversary) for The Zombie Village

    This mug was released to celebrate the 1 year anniversary of The Zombie Village in San Francisco. This is a black and gold version of the first edition, which draws inspiration from the old Skipper Kent's Zombie Village that was located in Oakland, CA. It utilizes the old menu graphic of the Zombie Village mascot which looks like sort of a cross genie with tusks. This sculpt by John Mulder also adds a tassled fez that has the "ZV" with palm tree logo in a circle on front. The bar location is at 441 Jones St, San Francisco, California 94102.

    Distinguishing characteristics:

    1st Anniversary Glaze

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    ÌXTAHUELE Tiki Mug in Grön a.k.a. ÌXTAHUELE Tiki Mug Green, ÌXTAHUELE Guiro Mug Green

    A squatting Tiki mug holding a drum in front and with a ribbed back that is intended to be used as a "guiro" musical instrument. This version is grön (green) but there is also a brun (brown) version. ÌXTAHUELE is a Swedish exotica band playing in the acoustic, original style of Martin Denny and Arthur Lyman. They come from Gothenburg; a damp, foggy harbor town that ever since its founding in the early 17th century has been an international melting pot and that has been associated with exotic, faraway destinations ever since the days of the East India Trading Companies.

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    Rano Kao a.k.a. Rano Kao Easter Island Volcano Mug

    This is a volcano shaped mug with a Moai sticking out of the crater. The mug is modeled after Rano Kao, a 324 m (1,063 ft) tall extinct volcano that forms the southwestern headland of Easter Island. The back of the mug features a sailing ship passing the volcano.

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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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    Lono Tiki Mug - Yellow

    2020 version of Jungle Modern Ceramics Lono Mug with a wood grain and yellow glaze.

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    Enchanted Orator I "The Giver" - Orange

    Wood grained mug produced in a limited run of 40 in orange. Also produced in 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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    Kongo-Kai a.k.a. PNG Baining Fire Dancer Mask Mug Super Limited Edition Kongo-Kai

    This Kongo-Kai version of a Fire Dancer Mask Tiki mug is inspired by the Baining people of Papua New Guinea and a freestyle carving Michael did on one of his earlier Baining Fire Dancer mugs, so the form is very much PNG, while the design is reminiscent of a vintage Mai-Kai mug. When combined with the black/yellow color pallete, it resembles, Michael says, a whimsical African piece, more than PNG. They're all handcarved and glazed and each one is unique. High fired to 2380 degrees and made with food-safe glazes.

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    Papua New Guinea Baining Fire Dancer Mug #1 a.k.a. PNG Baining Fire Dancer Mask Mug

    This custom carved Fire Dancer Mask Tiki mug is inspired by the Baining people of Papua New Guinea. It measures 7.5" tall by 7" wide by 4" deep. They're all handcarved and glazed and each one is unique. High fired to 2380 degrees and made with food-safe glazes.

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    Papua New Guinea Baining Fire Dancer Mug #1 a.k.a. PNG Baining Fire Dancer Mask Mug

    This custom carved Fire Dancer Mask Tiki mug is inspired by the Baining people of Papua New Guinea. It measures 7.5" tall by 7" wide by 4" deep. They're all handcarved and glazed and each one is unique. High fired to 2380 degrees and made with food-safe glazes.

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    Jungle Modern Sepik Phallacy Mug

    This is a standing Tiki mug modeled after a Sepik River Figure, and is decorated with beads, twine, and shells. Made by Jungle Modern Ceramics and high fired at cone 10. This is a smaller cast version of a larger sculptural piece produced by Michael. Multicolored and decoration varies from piece to piece.