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    Shameful Tiki Room Toronto Fifth Anniversary Tiki Mug a.k.a. Raiders of The Lost Tiki Mug

    This mug's theme is "Raiders of The Lost Tiki Mug" and it is an assemblage of different sized crates, a rum barrel, a lantern, a shovel, a rope coil, and pick axe -- all archaeological supplies to unearth and pack the find within the topmost and largest crate whose removable lid reveals...A TIKI with a red Roman numeral V!

    The lid has two straw holes to drink from.

    This is truly a mug whose ingenuity is hard to see from just a picture or two and is a sculptural artwork taking advantage of all dimensions.

    The Shameful Tiki Room opened on November 17, 2015, and is in the Parkdale neighborhood of Toronto. It is the sister location of The Shameful Tiki Room in Vancouver, B.C., which opened in 2013. Both locations are owned by Rod Moore.

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    Shameful Tiki Room Toronto Fourth Anniversary Tiki Mug

    This mug is shaped like the mascot Tiki of the Shameful Tiki Room with sunglasses and an Elvis makeover. Matte white with black wipe to pick out details. Designed by Rod Moore and Tiki Tiki Monster. The Shameful Tiki Room opened on November 17, 2015, and is in the Parkdale neighborhood of Toronto. It is the sister location of The Shameful Tiki Room in Vancouver, B.C. , which opened in 2013. Both locations are owned by Rod Moore.

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    Luau At The Lake 2015 Skull Mug a.k.a. Ohana 2015 Skull Mug, Pour Your Ick Mug

    This skull shaped mug is white with a baby blue wipe-away glaze that fills the eye sockets and enhances the teeth and other sculptural details. Downturned mouth. Large opening at top. Nicknamed "Pour Your Ick" as a reference to Yorick's skull in Shakespeare's Hamlet. The Luau at the Lake was held June 25-28, 2015. Manufactured by Squidart.com. In addition to this version, six artist proofs were offered in the event's silent auction.

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    Ohana Luau At The Lake Rhum Rhum Room Absinthe Tent Glass 2016

    A glass with "Rhum Rhum Room Ohana 2016 L'Heure Verte" on front and back has a "43" in a circle with bolts and stars surrounding. Front graphic features a 1950s female Cuban Rumba dancer. Green printing on both sides. Given out for the Absinthe Tent room crawl.

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    Ohana Luau By The Sea Mug 2015 a.k.a. Ohana Luau By The Sea Shell Mug 2015

    This is a mug shaped like a white shell with pink interior and pink lettering on front. The shell is footed and has three small "feet" on bottom. The Luau by the Sea is sponsored by the Fraternal Order of Moai.

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    Don Hobo Palm Handled Tiki Mug In Bone

    This is the first mug by Don Hobo. The mug is shaped like a tiki squatting under a palm tree which is also the mug's handle. Matte brown wipe away glaze, leaving mostly white mug for a "bone" appearance. Produced by Tiki Diablo. Mug was sold by Don at Ohana 2018. The "Bone" glaze is the first color-way of this design.

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    Maka'ala Artist Proof a.k.a. Maka'ala AP, Luau At The Lake 2017 Tiki Mug AP, Ohana 2017 Tiki Mug AP

    This is a Tiki shaped mug with a shield-shaped head, almond eyes, long nose, rectangular ears, and a cowrie shell strand across top of forehead. The mug is based off the giant mask on the Tiki Resort A-Frame. A SHAG design that was sculpted by Squid for production as a mug. Maka'ala is Hawaiian for "watchful eye," since he overlooks all of Ohana from his perch on the wall of the Tiki. Mugs were available for pick-up at Ohana only. They did not allow shipping. The Luau at the Lake was held from June 22th-25th, 2017. Manufactured by Squidart.com. This is one of the seven artist proof mugs that were offered in a benefit auction at the event. As artist proofs, they vary in glaze color and detailing.

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    Luau At The Lake 2013 Papua New Guinea Drum Mug a.k.a. Ohana 2013 PNG Drum Mug

    This is a PNG inspired drum shaped mug with a Tiki face on the front. Light brown wipe-away exterior glaze and white interior. The Luau at the Lake was held June 27-30, 2013. Manufactured by Squid (Squidart.com) in Renton, Washington.

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    Luau At The Lake 2014 Mug a.k.a. Big Papua

    This is a Papua New Guinea styled Tiki shaped mug with Abelam Mask features. "Big Papua" is the event mug for the Fraternal Order of Moai's 2014 Ohana / Luau at the Lake, held 06/27-06/29 at Lake George, NY. There is a regular edition of 119 and half a dozen artist proofs that were made for the silent auction at the event (including "White Chocolate Explosion," "Winkin," "Blinkin," and "Nod").

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    Maka'ala a.k.a. Luau At The Lake 2017 Tiki Mug, Ohana 2017 Tiki Mug

    This is a Tiki shaped mug with a shield-shaped head, almond eyes, long nose, rectangular ears, and a cowrie shell strand across top of forehead. The mug is based off the giant mask on the Tiki Resort A-Frame. A SHAG design that was sculpted by Squid for production as a mug. Maka'ala is Hawaiian for "watchful eye," since he overlooks all of Ohana from his perch on the wall of the Tiki. Mugs were available for pick-up at Ohana only. They did not allow shipping. The Luau at the Lake was held from June 22th-25th, 2017. Manufactured by Squidart.com.

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    PopTiki P-12 Ku Mug Orange Lil Dick Edition a.k.a. Lil Dick the Tiki Mug

    PopTiki's version of a classic Hawaiian Ku, with a rough bisque/underglaze finish (very similar to the finish on the classic Paul Marshall Products Peanut Tiki Mugs) on the Ku, orange on the back of the mug, and a clear interior glaze. There are custom versions of this mug in varying glazes as well. The standard version of these has a brown instead of an orange back. The "Lil Dick" edition was designed for The Zen Tiki Lounge (www.zentikilounge.com).

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    The Horror In Clay Series One Open Edition a.k.a. Cthulhu Mug

    This mug depicts H.P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu (pronounced: "kuh-THOO-loo"). Cthulhu made his first official appearance in the short story "The Call of Cthulhu," written by Lovecraft in 1926, although no living character in the story ever sets eyes on the actual creature. The characters we meet in the story see Cthulhu either in dreams or in artwork. The narrator of the story says that a statue of Cthulhu resembled, in part, an octopus, a dragon and a human-like or anthropomorphic creature. This mug was conceived as an online kickstarter project. Designed by Jonathan Chaffin (Tiki Atari on TC) and sculpted by Kristina Lucas Francis. It was manufactured in China with a planned run of at least 500 but is an open edition. A limited edition version was also released (handmade and detailed by Kristina Lucas Francis) for upper level contributors to the Kickstarter project.

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    Innsmouth Fogcutter Series One Open Edition In Bluish Green by Horror In Clay

    This is a fog cutter shaped mug showing the devolution of a pretty wahine into a gilled Lovecraftian horror of the deep. Designed by Jonathan Chaffin (Tiki Atari on TC) and manufactured in collaboration with Tiki Farm. The Innsmouth Fogcutter Mug is inspired by HP Lovecraft's story "The Shadow Over Innsmouth." This mug is designed as if used in the Gilman House hotel lounge and bears the location stamp of infamous Innsmouth, MA. This Series One Open Edition features a wiped-off bluish green glaze and gloss overcoat. The sculpt itself features an Esoteric Order of Dagon logo, the transformation of a woman into an aquatic horror, and you can see dread Cthulhu lurking down in sunken R'yleth if you look carefully. There are also limited edition versions which were re-sculpted and hand detailed and glazed by Wendy Cevola.

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    Pseudopod Tower 10th Anniversary Mug a.k.a. The Eye of Kanaloa Mug by Horror in Clay for Pseudopod Tower 10th Anniversary

    The front depicts a Kanaloa tiki. Glazed in a wipe-away purple to pick out details of sculpt. In the mythology of the old Hawaiian gods, Kanaloa is symbolized by the squid or by the octopus. He exists in complement to Kane, the god of creation, and guides the way to hidden springs. Statues of Kanaloa have round eyes. According to Kauai tradition, if you could look into the eye of Kanaloa, you would see a mystic pattern and be healed. Peering deep into the eye of THIS Kanaloa may turn out differently . . . there appears to be a fanged, tentacled and clawed beastie inside. The microphone is a Shure 55 vintage mic. The obverse of the mug shows one incarnation of Pseudopod Tower—from noxious catacombs beneath to soaring spires and roofs above; existing both in and between worlds. This was a Kickstarter project and more about it can be seen here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1013714773/pseudopod-year-10

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    Rue Morgue Dreadful Ape Tiki Mug Series 1 Open Edition In Bloody Red Wipe Glaze

    This is a mug shaped like a tikified version of the ape from Edgar Allan Poe's 1841 short story, The Murders In The Rue Morgue. The ape holds a straight razor, instrument of its murders, in its lap. Although called a "bloody red wipe glaze" the color reads much darker. The original design sketches were made by Jonathan M. Chaffin. Munktiki Imports and Jason Yungbluth helped with translating Jonathan's design into the finished mug. This project originated as a Kickstarter project which reached its goal in 2016 with mugs being produced/delivered in March 2017. Edition of 1,000+ according to the Kickstarter page.

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    The King In Yellow Mug Kickstarter Open Edition a.k.a. The Pallid Mask Mug by Horror in Clay, Hastur from the Cthulhu Mythos Mug

    A mug depicting the King in Yellow (Hastur the Unspeakable). It is glazed in yellow with a reddish antiqued wipe-away effect. Hastur is the name of a deity created by Ambrose Bierce and later incorporated in the writings of Robert W. Chambers and other authors, eventually forming part of the Cthulhu Mythos. In its original appearance in the 1893 short story "Haïta the Shepherd", by Ambrose Bierce, Hastur is a benevolent, bucolic deity worshiped by the title character. In The King in Yellow, In Robert W. Chamber's 1895 collection The King in Yellow - which contains stories related to the titular (and fictional) play, the name Hastur shows up multiple times, but in different contexts, referring to either a character or a place. The King in Yellow is often depicted as a creepy figure in tattered yellow robes with a mysterious pallid mask on its hooded head and sometimes hands (but sometimes tentacles) protruding from deep sleeves.

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    Trader Sam's Grog Grotto Nautilus Drink Vessel First Edition

    This is a drink vessel shaped like the Nautilus submarine featured in Jules Verne's novels, Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea (1870) and The Mysterious Island (1874). It was issued for the grand opening of Trader Sam's Grog Grotto at the Disney Polynesian Resort in Orlando, Florida. Measures 6" high by 14.5" long by 5.75" wide. The Nautilus Cocktail includes Barbancourt Pango Rum, Appleton Estate Reserve Rum, Combier's Crème de Pêche De Vigne, Tropical Juices, and Falernum. The second edition of this design was released in December 2017.

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    Trader Sam's Shrunken Zombie Head Mug - First Edition

    This is a mug shaped like a shrunken zombie head with black stitches on eyes & mouth. Mottled blue glaze. Designed by Tim Wollweber. Used to serve the Shrunken Zombie Head cocktail on the Sam's Enchanted Tiki Bar menu, made with "reserve and aged rums, tropical juices, falernum and cinnamon".

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    Shameful Tiki Room Signature Mug Second Edition

    This is a mug featuring a Tiki sitting on a rum barrel and holding a bright red beaver. Manufactured by Munktiki Imports. Premiered 07/27/2015 and served with their latest house cocktail, the Aurora Borealis (Using 100% rye Canadian whiskey, Demerara rum, maple, lime, orange & grapefruit juices plus Angosotura bitters).

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    Shameful Tiki Room Rum Barrel a.k.a. Shameful Tiki Room Wiki-Wiki Rum Barrel Mug

    This brown rum barrel mug was manufactured by Tiki Farm for the Shameful Tiki Room in Toronto, Canada. This Wiki-Wiki Rum Barrel was also used by Tiki Farm for other locations, including Hala Kahiki and The Bruery.

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    Shameful Tiki Room Signature Mug Third Edition

    This is a mug featuring a Tiki face mask on either side of a volcano shaped mug. It tapers in volcano fashion from the base to the top. Glazed in a wipe-away gray effect to make the sculpted details stand out. Red glazed lava spilling over top of mug. Manufactured by Munktiki Imports.

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    Shameful Tiki Room Vancouver Third Anniversary Skull Decanter

    This is a decanter shaped like an old yellowish weathered skull with a red "candle" on top as the pouring neck of the decanter. Eye and nose sockets are blackened. Measures approximately 5" wide x 7" deep x 7.5" tall (without cork).

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    Onigawara for Three Dots and a Dash a.k.a. Oni

    Oni is Mr. G's Tikified version of the Japanese gargoyle found atop many a home in Japan, used to ward-off evil spirits. The mug's head is crowned with two small horns and the mouth is open to show several pointed teeth. Oni is glazed in a green-blue dual tone. Width is 4.5" including side pieces, but opening and cylinder of main mug is 3" diameter. This version has a heat decal on the back for Three Dots and a Dash in Chicago, IL. Used to serve their "Bunny's Banana Daiquiri."

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    The Golden Bamboo for Three Dots and a Dash

    This is a mug shaped like a stalk of ringed bamboo, glazed in metallic gold with white top rim and interior. Reads: "Three Dots and a Dash, Chicago" on top rim and "Tiki Farm" on bottom.

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    The McGee for Three Dots and a Dash a.k.a. Barnacle Bill Mug

    This is a mug shaped like the head of Three Dots and a Dash owner, Paul McGee, with his signature mustache and long beard. He wears sea shell glasses and is covered in other nautical life, including a large starfish and some barnacles on back. Designed by Shelby Allison and The Pizz.

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    Green Coconut Mug For Three Dots and a Dash

    This green mug was manufactured by Tiki Farm and is shaped like a coconut with a machete chopped white top edge and white interior. It also has a non textured spot on the back which reads: "Three Dots and a Dash, Chicago, IL." Used to serve the "Aloha Felicia" which features rum, coconut, pineapple, lime, Thai basil, and lemongrass.

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    Skull Wall Mug For Three Dots and a Dash First Edition a.k.a. Skulls & Bamboo Mug For Three Dots and a Dash Blue

    This is a tall all dark blue rectangular mug with three sides made of bamboo and one of stacked skulls. It is made to resemble the entrance to the bar, whose wall of skulls is illuminated in blue light as you walk down the stairs. There is an "Easter Egg" of sorts honoring Paul McGee (formerly of Three Dots) at the bottom of the wall where a skull has Mcgee's signature beard. The back reads: "Three Dots and a Dash, Chicago, IL." Used to serve their house cocktail, the Three Dots and a Dash.

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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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    Don Hobo Palm Handled Tiki Mug In Bone #43

    This is the first mug by Don Hobo. The mug is shaped like a tiki squatting under a palm tree which is also the mug's handle. Matte brown wipe away glaze, leaving mostly white mug for a "bone" appearance. Produced by Tiki Diablo. Mug was sold by Don at Ohana 2018. The "Bone" glaze is the first color-way of this design.

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    Fugu Day Of Gold Edition

    Fugu is a puffer fish-shaped mug manufactured by Munktiki. The fish is in full-puff mode with bulging eyes, puffy lips and several wide spines sticking out of his body. This version was issued on Saturday July 18 2015 from 6 AM to 10 PM as part of the random "Day of Gold" where different gold glazed versions of Munktiki designs were made available throughout the day -- similar to the Black Friday event hosted previously.

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    Mr. Fugu a.k.a. Tiki Farm Puffer Fish With Fez Mug

    Bright green puffer fish-shaped mug wearing a burgundy fez with black tassel. Has a matching shot mug, the "Lil' Fugu."

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    Munktiki Imports Full Size Puffer Fish Bluish Brown

    This is a large bluish brown mug shaped like a puffer fish. This was produced in orange and a bluish brown for the Munktiki Imports line.

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    Frankie's Tiki Room Bearded Clam Mug White

    This white hiball with painted details 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.

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    Frankie's Tiki Room Tiki Bandit Mug

    The Tiki Bandit was designed by Squid and manufactured by Tiki Farm for Frankie's Tiki Room in Las Vegas, NV. The mug is brown and shaped like a slot machine with a tiki face and an open mouth full of change. The arm is bamboo with a skull-shaped knob. There are two slightly different versions -- the first issue with red letters and a later issue with green letters.

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    Frankie's Tiki Room Wild Watusi

    This Tiki mug has a huge crested forehead, glaring eyes, a flared nose, and white teeth. There is a large spade on the back of the mug. Mostly orange with white and black details.

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    Nakalele Knockout

    This is a standing, full-body Tiki Mug with a hand-wiped brown finish over natural glaze. Tiki has slitted eyes, a bow-shaped mouth, and clenched fists resting on legs in front.

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    Frankie's Tiki Room Lava Letch II Mug Red Coral a.k.a. Lava Letch Two Red Coral, Lava Letch 2 Red Coral

    This red coral wipe-away glaze mug with black stitches is shaped like a slightly slumpy monster tiki, with bulging eyes, skeletal hands, and a bared grin full of teeth. Mug reads: "Frankie's Tiki Room Las Vegas" on back. The mug was designed by Big Toe and produced by Tiki Farm. It bears no resemblance to the first Frankie's Tiki Room Lava Letch mug, which was designed by Von Franco. This is the third standard edition color-way produced of this design (not including custom colored versions sold by the artist).

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    Frankie's Tiki Room Savage Red Thurston Howl Mug

    This is a hiball shaped like a tiki's head, designed by Mark Zeilman and manufactured by Tiki Farm for Frankie's Tiki Room in Las Vegas, NV. The tiki has a large open dogbone-shaped mouth and is baring its teeth. It's eyes are slanted and football-shaped with black dice in the centers. This version is glazed in "Savage Red".

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    KAPU I'A a.k.a. Frankie's Tiki Room Kapu I'a

    This is a standing Tiki with huge squarish clenched teeth, wearing a fish hook necklace, and with a hole in his clenched left hand to hold a purple trident that comes with the mug. The trident reads "Frankie's Las Vegas" in gold and there is a fish speared on the middle prong of the trident. Mug is glazed in light ivory/beige with a light purple wipe effect and gloss finish.

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    Luau At The Lake 2013 Papua New Guinea Drum Mug a.k.a. Ohana 2013 PNG Drum Mug

    This is a PNG inspired drum shaped mug with a Tiki face on the front. Light brown wipe-away exterior glaze and white interior. The Luau at the Lake was held June 27-30, 2013. Manufactured by Squid (Squidart.com) in Renton, Washington.

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    Luau At The Lake 2014 Mug #38 a.k.a. Big Papua

    This is a Papua New Guinea styled Tiki shaped mug with Abelam Mask features. "Big Papua" is the event mug for the Fraternal Order of Moai's 2014 Ohana / Luau at the Lake, held 06/27-06/29 at Lake George, NY. There is a regular edition of 119 and half a dozen artist proofs that were made for the silent auction at the event (including "White Chocolate Explosion," "Winkin," "Blinkin," and "Nod").

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    Luau At The Lake 2016 Shrunken Head Mug #38 a.k.a. Ohana 2016 Shrunken Head Mug

    This is a shrunken head shaped mug with an upturned piggish nose and a bottom tooth sticking up out of its stitched mouth. It also has a brownish beige wipe-away exterior and light green interior. The Luau at the Lake was held from June 23th-26th, 2016. Manufactured by Squidart.com. Measures: 4.5" wide x 5" deep x 4.25" tall. In addition to this version, ten artist proofs were offered in the event's silent auction.

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    Maka'ala Custom #2 a.k.a. Luau At The Lake 2017 Tiki Mug Custom, Ohana 2017 Tiki Mug Custom

    This is a Tiki shaped mug with a shield-shaped head, almond eyes, long nose, rectangular ears, and a cowrie shell strand across top of forehead. The mug is based off the giant mask on the Tiki Resort A-Frame. A SHAG design that was sculpted by Squid for production as a mug. Maka'ala is Hawaiian for "watchful eye," since he overlooks all of Ohana from his perch on the wall of the Tiki. The regular version of these mugs was available for pick-up at Ohana only. They did not allow shipping. The Luau at the Lake was held from June 22th-25th, 2017. This custom version was made available in a range of unique colors by Squid and sold through his eBay store for those who could not attend the event. Manufactured by Squidart.com.

    Distinguishing characteristics:

    Faded Brown (Artist Proof)

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    Maka'ala Custom #15 a.k.a. Luau At The Lake 2017 Tiki Mug Custom, Ohana 2017 Tiki Mug Custom

    This is a Tiki shaped mug with a shield-shaped head, almond eyes, long nose, rectangular ears, and a cowrie shell strand across top of forehead. The mug is based off the giant mask on the Tiki Resort A-Frame. A SHAG design that was sculpted by Squid for production as a mug. Maka'ala is Hawaiian for "watchful eye," since he overlooks all of Ohana from his perch on the wall of the Tiki. The regular version of these mugs was available for pick-up at Ohana only. They did not allow shipping. The Luau at the Lake was held from June 22th-25th, 2017. This custom version was made available in a range of unique colors by Squid and sold through his eBay store for those who could not attend the event. Manufactured by Squidart.com.

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    2019 Luau at the Lake Mug #43 a.k.a. 2019 Luau at the Lake Hut Mug

    This is a lidded hut-shaped mug with removable roof that has two straw holes. Features a tiki head under the roofline on either side of the roof lid. Measures approximately 5" wide x 3.75" deep x 5.75" tall. Additionally, 6 artist proofs in various glazes were sold in the silent auction at the event.

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    Luau At The Lake 2017 Loball Glass a.k.a. Ohana 2017 Loball Glass

    The 2017 Luau at the Lake Loball Glass was issued for the annual event in Lake George, NY. The weekend was hosted by the Fraternal Order of Moai (F.O.M.). This glass features a Tiki mask with a shield-shaped head, almond eyes, long nose, rectangular ears, and a cowrie shell strand across top of forehead. The design is based off the giant mask on the Tiki Resort A-Frame. Named Maka'ala, it was designed by SHAG for the mug. Maka'ala is Hawaiian for "watchful eye," since he overlooks all of Ohana from his perch on the wall of the Tiki. This design was also issued in 2018 with different coloring.

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    Mr. Bali Hai Tiki Farm Mug Edition IV a.k.a. Mr. Bali Hai Tiki Farm Mug Fourth Edition, Reproduction Mr. Bali Hai Olive 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. Mr. Bali Hai is an oblong head with a bone through the nose and large white hoop earrings, with sleepily lidded eyes. The mug comes with a lid with two straw holes. This version, which started in 2016, can be easily distinguished by the olive colored irises and the large script font on back.

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    Warehouse Rum Barrel

    This rum barrel mug has a rich brown glaze and wood-look details. Front is marked "Warehouse Restaurant" in raised letters.