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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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    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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    Creature Feature - First Edition - Green - by Derek Yaniger for Max's South Seas Hideaway

    This is a mug shaped like a Gill Man or Creature From the Black Lagoon with claws folded across chest and showing an open mouth filled with sharp teeth. Glossy green glaze. Marked "Max's South Seas Hideaway" on lower front.

    This green first edition was followed by a blue glaze edition (100 pieces) and a burnt orange glaze edition (25 pieces). Both the blue and orange versions are slightly shorter and wider.

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    Arizona Tiki Oasis II Mug - Terra Cotta Orange - by SHAG a.k.a. Arizona Tiki Oasis 2020 Mug

    This is a mug shaped like a long faced tiki with coffee bean shaped eyes, a long narrow nose, puckered mouth, and hands held in front. Wood grain. Terra Cotta orange exterior with light aqua blue interior. Design by SHAG and manufactured by Bauer Pottery. This event mug was issued for the second annual Arizona Tiki Oasis, the twin event to the San Diego Tiki Oasis. This was held at the Valley Ho resort (est. 1956) in Old Town Scottsdale. There was also a smaller edition of 100 mugs in a blue glaze for the SHAG Store in Palm Springs.

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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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    Sven Kirsten's The Book of Tiki 20th Anniversary Tiki Mug - Amber Edition by SHAG a.k.a. Sven's Mr. Cannibal Mug Amber

    This SHAG designed mug features a cannibal style tiki holding a copy of the Book of Tiki and taking a big bite out of the top of it. This is the third edition in amber.

    There are three color ways of this design whose release was planned as follows:

    PHASE 1: the launch, with 100 limited BLUE edition mugs, numbered and certified by Sven and Shag, for $150 a mug, sold at the Original Tiki Marketplace on September 12th, 2020. Numbers 1/100 to 5/100 were held back and put up on e-Bay for auction.

    PHASE 2: the next phase, with a 100 limited RED glaze edition in conjunction with a matching Shag print, available at the SHAG STORE for $250 each.

    PHASE 3: the last phase, with a 1,000 piece AMBER glaze edition from Tiki Farm, for $75 per mug.

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    Tiki Fever Mug

    From the Bahi Hut website sales page:

    "This collector edition mug was designed by RoboTiki & crafted by Eekum Bookum Mugs. The detailed design features Marina the Mermaid & the Disasternauts."

    There are tiny holes in Marina's hands so that you can fit tiny flaming torches into each hand. The Disasternauts are portrayed as orange jumpsuited apes.

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    Max's Kona Kai Frigate Bird - Limited Edition

    This mug is based on a vintage 10' tall carving of a Frigate Bird done by Jim Casey that originated in 1960 with the opening of the Kona Kai in Philadelphia. It sat above their entryway originally and was salvaged when the Kona Kai was demolished in 1985. Later, it was purchased for Max's along with several other pieces in the Jordan Reichek collection which were catalogued by Sven Tiki in his exhibition catalogue book, The Art of Tiki, in 2017.

    This mug was preceded by an ultra detailed version limited to 25 pieces and hand-painted by Max's in-house ceramics crew (Olivia, Elise, and Jerry "Bertiki " or "The Rainbow Professor").

    This is the less detailed regular limited edition of 200 pieces which are 40% smaller than the Super Limited version.

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    Moai Max - New Year's Eve 2019 Edition - Gold - for Max's South Seas Hideaway

    A mug shaped like a matte gold standing moai.

    Only 25 were released for purchase at the restaurant, available to guests with reservations for the 2019 New Year's Eve event. However, word did not get out about the mugs and there were some remaining that were sold in 2020.

    Along with the gold Moai Max mugs, Max's also sold 25 silver Tiki Max mugs (based on Tiki Bob) at this New Year's event as well.

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    Thirsty Creature Mug - Second Edition - Blue & Purple - by the Black Lagoon Room

    This mug depicts the rising hand of The Creature emerging from a sea bed with small shells and starfish. The hand is holding a more traditional tiki mug. This is the second edition of the Thirsty Creature. The first edition was in a "Ghastly Green Grotto Glaze" and the plan was to do a second edition in a "Black & Blue Lagoon" glaze (intense blue and purple) but since that glaze was no longer commercially available, the finished 2nd edition is more of a "Freaky Fishscale" (purple & light cyan blue).

    This mug was not released on the main website, but was sold through a separate pre-order email list after the first edition sold out.

    Like the first edition, this was a limited release of 200, each was hand numbered and signed by Pete Klockau.

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    Frankie's Tiki Room Bearded Clam Mug - Pretty In Pink Limited Edition - by Dirk Vermin

    This pink hiball was designed by Dirk Vermin and manufactured by Tiki Farm for Frankie's Tiki Room in Las Vegas, NV. The front of the mug features a topless four-armed wahine in a grass skirt holding a drink in one hand, a shrunken head in another hand. A third hand is on her head and the fourth is on her hip. The back of the mug has a tiki with a palm trees coming out of it with skulls where coconuts would normally be.

    This version was preceded by a brown edition and a white edition with color details.

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    The Unholy Diver - Undead Edition - Blue & Green - by Anthony Carpenter - for the Atomic Tiki Bazaar

    From Max's:

    "Designed by artist Anthony Carpenter, this mug is one of the most detailed we’ve ever done in the Max’s ceramic studio. Look closely — the detail in the sculpt is incredible. We tested a lot of different glazes before settling on this one.

    The name of the mug is a reference to rock and roll singer Ronnie James Dio’s 1983 album Holy Diver. The song 'Rainbow in the Dark' from that album which was an MTV/rock radio hit at the time."

    This is a mug shaped like a skeleton in an old-fashioned dive suit. Eels and fish and plant live have grown up around him. A driftwood plaque in front reads "Max's South Seas Hideaway". The reverse features a Marquesan style tiki. Glazed in a blue glaze, with green in the recesses to show off the sculpt. Limited to 40 pieces and issued for the Atomic Tiki Bazaar on Sunday, November 14, 2021.

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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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    Mow-Mow Tiki Mug - Blue Stain With Teal Wash - The Classics Collection - by Tank Standing Buffalo - for Tiki Farm

    This is a teal blue Maori-inspired tiki with Moko tattooing and extended tongue that comes to a point.

    From Tiki Farm:

    "Mow-Mow is our Māori inspired design. We pulled different elements from what we aesthetically love about the Māori art, especially loving the unparalleled Moko (tattoo) Māori style. If you ever deep-dive Māori carvings online, you are in for quite the visual explosion of amazing creations over time.

    Artist: Tank Standing Buffalo

    Original release year: 2021 

    Capacity: 21 oz.

    Material: Ceramic stoneware

    Height: 6 7/8 inches "

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    The Witch Doctor - Blue Stain With Dark Blue Wash - by Derek Yaniger - for Tiki Farm

    This mug is shaped like the head of a cartoonish cross-eyed witch doctor with a bone through his nose and a horned doctor's hat that looks inspired by The Loyal Order of Water Buffaloes from The Flintstones.

    From Tiki Farm:

    "The Doctor is IN! Tiki Farm proudly introduces our newest experiment…'The Witch Doctor' designed for us by long-time Tiki Farm contributing artist, Derek Yaniger!

    At first glance, it seems like just another fun lovin’ tiki mug from Derek and your friends at Tiki Farm, but BEWARE! Legend has it that the evil spirit of The Witch Doctor inhabits every single mug.

    Use caution when mixing potions, creating hexes, and casting spells at your next Tiki gathering, for only the finest mixers and elixirs will appease the angry spirit of The Witch Doctor! Failure to do so could result in some seriously bad mojo! YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED! Fill the good Doctor up with a nicely crafted cocktail and you will be REWARDED!

    On the reverse of our Witch Doctor, you’ll discover a secret voodoo symbol. Teams of archeologists have tried to decipher its meaning, but all have failed. Is it a long-lost Zombie cocktail recipe so powerful that it could change the world forever?!? Perhaps an ancient incantation that if spoken aloud would unlock all the mysteries of the most delicious Mai-tai?!? What is the true meaning of the secret voodoo symbol? Only The Witch Doctor knows!!"

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    The Other - Second Edition - Charcoal with Gray Wash - by Big Toe

    This mug was based on Big Toe's (Tom Laura's) painting, The Other. It is a re-imagining or "What If?" that considers the end of Mary Shelly's classic story of Frankenstein's Monster and what might have happened if instead of going to the North Pole at the end he had hopped a ship to the South Seas instead and found more inclusion among native islanders.

    The mug is a depiction of the Monster similar to Universal's classic flat head version with bolts in the neck, but he is dressed in Victorian finery with a bow tie and suit, and his face is covered in Maori moko tattoos. Glazed in gray. Manufactured by Tiki Farm and released on March 28th, 2022.

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    Head Stack Mug - by Tiki tOny - for Tikiland Trading Co.

    This is a mug with three stacked heads: a skull at top, a shrunken head in middle, and a tiki head at bottom.

    Glazed in a light brown.

    Designed by Tiki tOny, sculpted by THOR, manufactured in China, and produced/sold by TikiLand Trading.

    TikiLand Trading describes the mug as being sketched in the notebook of an unknown explorer:

    "One such artifact was a stack of skulls depicting the three stages of existence, drawn on a cave wall, deep in the jungles of TikiLand."

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    Lost Adventurer Mug - by Tiki tOny - for Tikiland Trading Company

    This mug is shaped like the bust of a bearded adventurer wearing a pith helmet, but is bisected vertically so that one side shows him as he was in life and the other is a skull-like version of him after his death somewhere lost in the deep wilds of the jungle.

    Designed by Tiki tOny, sculpted by THOR, manufactured overseas, and produced/sold by TikiLand Trading Co.

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    Groovy Greg Mug - Full Color Edition - by Tiki Maniacs

    This is a mug shaped like the character of Greg Brady from The Brady Bunch television show -- wearing trunks and a Tabu Tiki necklace.

    Stylistically, it looks like it would fit in nicely alongside the earlier "Hawaiian Idol" series put out by Tiki Farm (also sculpted by Squid) that included Magnum P.I. from the television series of the same name, the famous Hawaiian Singer Don Ho, Elvis with white collar and lei like he wore during his Hawaiian concerts, and Steve McGarrett from the TV series Hawaii 5-O.

    From Tiki Maniacs:

    "This tiki mug fan art tribute was inspired by one of our favorite 1969 to 1974 TV show characters as portrayed by teen idol actor and singer Barry Williams. 'Groovy Greg' commemorates Barry William's 1972 trip to an idealized Hawaii that introduced a new generation to the wonders of tiki culture. Barry officially authorized this mug in his likeness which was expertly sculpted by Dave 'Squid' Cohen in a whimsical style reminiscent of the 1970's United Airlines Menehune Advertising Figures.

    Mugs include one custom made 10.5 inch tall x 1.5 inch wide surfboard shaped swizzle stick in Blue Hawaiian or Bananarama Yellow (colors are randomly inserted). These were hand crafted in the USA from high grade food safe 1/8 inch thick acrylic and non-toxic food safe paint. Perfect to accessorize your Groovy Greg Mug or any drinking vessel in your collection! Also includes a 5x7 postcard print featuring the Barry Williams approved image that inspired the mug plus an exclusive Groovy Greg cocktail recipe by renown mixologist Kelly 'Old Man' Merrell!

    Mugs are 9.5 inches tall and hold 28 ounces of liquid.

    This is a limited edition of 375 mugs."

    This edition was issued for $100 but for an additional fee, Barry signed these mugs as well.

    A second edition in gold was issued. Additionally, artist Weena Bee put out a Kustom/Embellished Zombie Version of this mug, painted by her in blue acrylic, with a distended right eyeball.

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    Peg Leg Party Parrot - by Big Toe - for Tiki Farm a.k.a. Peg Leg Pirate Party Parrot - by Big Toe - for Tiki Farm

    This is a green parrot with pirate tri-corner hat, eyepatch, and a peg leg, sitting on top of a skull. he also has a large tattoo on his chest of an anchor and his open mouth is filled with big square teeth.

    This is a cartoony parody of the animatronic parrot designed by Marc Davis for Disneyland’s Pirates of the Caribbean ride.

    Designed by Big Toe (based on an original painting), sculpted by Denise Saffren, and manufactured by Tiki Farm.

    This piece made its debut in small quantities at Tiki Oasis 2022.

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    The Passenger Tortoise Skull Mug - Second Edition - Brown & Green - 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”.

    Tiki Farm also produced a First Edition in a slightly darker brown skull shell with a red turtle body.

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    The Toucanator - First Edition - by Tim Wollweber - for Tiki Farm

    A black bodied toucan with red headcrest, green beak, and yellow claws. He also has white cowrie shell eyes and a strand of cowrie shells on his head.

    From Tiki Farm:

    "Designed to be a sidekick to our Peg Leg Party Parrot, 'The Toucanator' is right on point. Artist Tim Wollweber gave him tattoo markings on his beak, partially recognizable as Papua New Guinea tattoos & pictographs that represent birds & feathers & wind, just to get some real world reference onto this mug. The headdress of 'The Toucanator' is reminiscent of a high chief. Colorized in an island-style scheme, the red, green and yellow give this bird the pop of color this dark creature needed to mingle at 'The Party'.

    Artist: Tim Wollweber

    Original release year: 2022 Capacity: 14 oz. Material: Ceramic stoneware Height: 8 3/8 inches "

    This mug made its debut at Tiki Oasis 2022. Later sold by Tiki Farm online as well.

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    Hawaiian Village Tampa Tiki Bob

    The original "Tiki Bob" mug was created for Tiki Bob's in San Francisco, here the design is "borrowed" for the Hawaiian Village in Tampa. The yellow lei part of the design was not on the San Francisco Tiki Bob's. Very simple, cheerful white tiki face on brown.

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    Da King a.k.a. Da King Hawaiian Idol Mug

    Da King was designed by THOR for Tiki Farm. He is shaped like Elvis' head.

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    P.I. a.k.a. P.I. Hawaiian Idol Mug, Magnum P.I. Mug

    P.I. was designed by THOR for Tiki Farm. It is shaped like Tom Selleck's character from the Magnum, P.I. television show which ran from 1980-1988.

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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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    The Unholy Diver - Undead Edition - Blue & Green - by Anthony Carpenter - for the Atomic Tiki Bazaar

    From Max's:

    "Designed by artist Anthony Carpenter, this mug is one of the most detailed we’ve ever done in the Max’s ceramic studio. Look closely — the detail in the sculpt is incredible. We tested a lot of different glazes before settling on this one.

    The name of the mug is a reference to rock and roll singer Ronnie James Dio’s 1983 album Holy Diver. The song 'Rainbow in the Dark' from that album which was an MTV/rock radio hit at the time."

    This is a mug shaped like a skeleton in an old-fashioned dive suit. Eels and fish and plant live have grown up around him. A driftwood plaque in front reads "Max's South Seas Hideaway". The reverse features a Marquesan style tiki. Glazed in a blue glaze, with green in the recesses to show off the sculpt. Limited to 40 pieces and issued for the Atomic Tiki Bazaar on Sunday, November 14, 2021.

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    1982 Okolehao Rum Hawaiian Distillers Fire Eater Decanter

    This decanter was created for Okolehao, a Hawaiian alcohol that is now difficult to find. The decanter depicts a man in a loincloth crouched on one knee and holding a flame in his hand.

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    Tiki Caliente V Bowl a.k.a. Tiki Caliente 5 Bowl

    This is a bowl shaped like the top of a rum barrel (with barnacles attached) and surrounded by three Tikis in suit jackets (or at least their heads and upper torsos). There was no master mold for the bowls, and each piece was created and placed together by hand before firing. They were glazed in a variety of different glaze combinations.

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    Deadhead Dark Chocolate Rum Monkey Head Tsantsa Bottle a.k.a. Deadhead Dark Chocolate Rum Shrunken Monkey Head Bottle

    This is a rum bottle (750 ml) shaped like a shrunken monkey head, made for Deadhead Dark Chocolate Rum.

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    Whack-Whak! For Three Dots and a Dash a.k.a. The Grumpy Headhunter For Three Dots and a Dash, Maori Warrior For Three Dots and a Dash

    Whack-Whak the grumpy headhunter has tiny round eyes and a lined face. He stands amidst a pile of skulls, dressed only in a loincloth, and holds a gold glazed bottle opener. This is the second glaze rendition of this design. It was made and branded for Three Dots and a Dash. It is listed in their menu to serve the "Strip & Go Naked" cocktail which includes London Dry Gin, Passion Fruit, Tangerine, Lemon, and Pale Ale.

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    Native's Foot Mug

    This is a mug shaped like a man's severed left foot covered with Tahitian tattoos and the broken bones sticking up out of the interior. It has a glossy light brown glaze on exterior. Interior is red. Left side features a sea turtle tattoo and right side features a round Tahitian Tiki face, among other designs. The Reef in Palm Springs featured this same design in a different glaze with their marking (minus the bones on interior).

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    Hukilau 2013 Mug in Redwood Ember

    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 Redwood Ember and a Sausalito Brown) with 100 made in each color. Suggested drink for this mug is the Jet Pilot.

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    Hukilau 2011 Mug Vanilla a.k.a. "Tiki For 2" Vanilla Mug, 2011 "Huki" Vanilla Mug

    This mug was designed by Kevin Kidney and produced by Munktiki for the 2011 Hukilau. The mug is a Rarotongan head with protruding ears, a flat, broad nose and an open mouth. The glaze is vanilla with an orange sherbet interior. The 2011 version came paired as a matched set with an identically sculpted mug glazed in a matte brown with tan speckles and a green interior. Hence the name "Tiki For 2".

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    Mai Kai Mystery Bowl Dynasty Brown and White

    This bowl was used for serving the classic Mystery Drink cocktail at the Mai Kai. The bowl has brown sides, a white interior, and four brown and white shaded, open-mouthed tikis. "Mai Kai" is on the four sides of the bowl. The bottom is marked "Made in China" "DW 635".

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    Mai Kai Hukilau 2019 Tiki Mug

    Based on an original tiki that can be found in the back offices of the Mai Kai. It is a Marquesan style with rounded head and eyes and small slitted mouth with red tongue visible on inside of mouth. Otherwise mug is brown. Mug comes with a small Papua New Guinea bird drum shot mug and a cocktail light.

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    Hukilau 2014 Cannibal Mug in Sunset

    This mug was inspired by a cannibal Tiki shown on a map at the Bali-Hai in San Diego which features Tikis from all over Polynesia. The cannibal was also once used by the Mai-Kai on their front doors, their matchbooks, their menus and much more. The mug features "The Final Aloha" on the back side – as this mug was designed and sculpted prior to the announcement that the event was continuing. This design was made in two colors -- Lava (a brownish blue rutile glaze) and Sunset (a tan and brown glaze) -- with 150 of each. Total edition of 300 for this design.

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    Hukilau 2011 Mug Brown a.k.a. "Tiki For 2" Brown Mug, 2011 "Huki" Brown Mug

    This mug was designed by Kevin Kidney and produced by Munktiki for the 2011 Hukilau. The mug is a Rarotongan head with protruding ears, a flat, broad nose and an open mouth. The glaze is a matte brown with tan speckles and has a green interior. This mug is the same configuration as the 2009 Hukilau Mug, however, the 2011 version came paired as a matched set with an identically sculpted mug glazed in vanilla with an orange sherbet interior. Hence the name "Tiki For 2".

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    Mini Man Chu Shot a.k.a. Flame Man Chu Shot

    This is a shot version of the Flame Manchu mug, designed by Flounder for Tiki Farm. Brown glazed Fu Manchu-inspired tiki, with red flames atop head.

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    Hukilau Coconut Mug

    This is a mug shaped like a coconut with "The Hukilau" written on the front next to a Rarotongan Tiki. Same logo Tiki and lettering as used on the Hukilau 2008 hiball and old fashioned glasses, recognized as their standard logo.

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    Monkey King

    The Monkey King was designed by Doug Horne for Tiki Farm. It is a shot shaped like a monkey wearing the Elvis comeback collar and gold sunglasses.

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    Monkey Beachcomber Shot

    The Monkey Beachcomber was designed by Doug Horne for Tiki Farm. It is a shot shaped like a monkey wearing a straw hat and smoking a cigar.

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    Hawaii Aloha Glass Float Mug Yellow

    This fish float shaped mug was designed by Gecko, sculpted by Squid, and manufactured by Gecko'z South Sea Arts. It has a lid with straw hole. Features a molded raised puffer fish design on one side and "Hawaii Aloha" in incised letters on the opposite side. This yellow version was preceded by a red version for the Okolemaluna Tiki Lounge (marked as such). There is also a green version with the same markings as the yellow (but in a more limited edition of 50).

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    Tattiki's Octopus Red

    This is a mug shaped like an octopus entangled around a shell. It comes with a red, blue, green, purple, or gold glazed octopus. This is the first piece issued by the designer, Tattiki.

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    Deadhead Rum Tsantsa Bottle Large First Edition a.k.a. Deadhead Rum Shrunken Head Bottle Large

    This is a rum bottle shaped like a shrunken head, made for Deadhead Rum. It is made of glass with the hair forming the top of the bottle. Real jute twine used to "sew" the lips and eyes shut on the bottle's outer plastic shell. This bottle was also made in a smaller 50 ml "Pygmy" size. Launched in the US on January 28th, 2013.

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    Hukilau 2006 Mug a.k.a. Munktiki Hukilau 2006 Moai

    This moai-shaped mug was produced by Munktiki for the 2006 Hukilau and commemorates the 50th Anniversary of the Mai Kai. The brown moai has a large top knot, black eyes and a red mouth.

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    Mini Hot Head a.k.a. Hot Head Shot

    This is a shot version of the Joe Vitale Hot Head mug by Tiki Farm. Brown tiki with red eyes, and a red painted flaming headdress. Marked "Vitale" on back near base in recessed letters.

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    Norwegian Cruise Line Tiki a.k.a. Norwegian Cruise Line Lono

    Yellow, shaped like a Lono-like tiki, with a gridded, multicolor headdress that looks not unlike Indian corn. Marked "Norwegian Cruise Line" in blue near base on front.