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    Marqool - Orange With Black Wash - The Classics Collection - by Tank Standing Buffalo - for Tiki Farm

    This is a Marquesan style tiki mug in orange glaze with black wash. There is also a version in blue with black wash.

    From the Tiki Farm website:

    "Marqool is intentionally a synergy of our earliest years Tiki Farm aesthetic direction combined with our new, highly evocative, deeply saturated stain/wash glaze combinations. Marqool is a straight-up Marquesan-inspired Tiki mug. There is not much of a deviation here from what you would have expected 21-years ago from Tiki Farm in such regard. Marqool was created with my establishing the design foundation and then steering the creative direction in conjunction with our friend and longtime Tiki Farm contributing artist/designer – Tank Standing Buffalo."

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

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

    From Tiki Farm's website:

    "Mow Mow is our Maori-inspired design. We pulled different elements from what we aesthetically love about the Maori art, especially loving the unparalleled Maori Moku style. If you ever deep-dive Maori carvings online, you are in for quite the visual explosion of amazing creations over time. The green glaze in particular pays tribute to the important jade Hei Tiki carvings and the red is simply a complementary hue to the green and combined -- Mow Mow is intentionally presented in our Tiki Farm green and red logo color palette."

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    Tangaroa - Green - by Eekum Bookum - for Inside The Desert Oasis Room

    This mug is modeled after Tangaroa, the Cook Islands God of Sea and Fertility and attributed to a local carving Adrian acquired on the island of Aitutaki back in 2007.

    Measures 8" tall, holds 18-20oz, and made by Eekum Bookum.

    Issued in 2 colors (cobalt blue or green) at 100 pieces each. $125 per mug + USPS shipping. Maximum 2 mugs per household.

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    Wind God - by Swizzle

    This is a mug based on the Wind God tiki sculpture that used to stand at Tiki Gardens, Indian Shores, Florida, United States.

    These mugs were made in small batches and in a variety of colors.

    The original sculpture was a 15-20' tall concrete fabrication designed by Gordon Keith Originals of Columbus, Ohio. A standing adult could pass through the opening of the original.

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    Cheekytiki Tangaroa Mug Blue

    This blue Tangaroa mug was manufactured by Cheekytiki. It is a full body tiki with a pronounced jaw line, football-shaped eyes and mouth and round protruding ears.

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    CheekyTiki Moai Black

    This angular Moai mug has long ears and its head slanted backwards. This version is made in a satin black exterior glaze with black interior. Also made in black exterior with both blue or orange interior glazed versions.

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    The Pink Flamingo

    This is a mug shaped like a pink flamingo with gloss pink glaze.

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    Marq-O-Shriner in Light Brown with Red Fez

    This is a mug shaped like a Marquesan Tiki head wearing a fez.

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    Coffee Bob

    This is a tribute to Tiki Bob intended to drink coffee out of. It reads "Espresso Bob" on back in a "lei" made out of coffee beans. Light coffee & cream brown exterior colored glaze with a white face and black detailing on eyes and mouth. White interior.

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    Kamokamo - Orange & Black - by Rainforest Tiki for Tiki Farm

    Tiki Farm describes this mug:

    "A whimsical and super-fun design by a wonderful artist, Daniel Scarcello. Daniel was one of the top finishers in our 'Worldwide Tiki Mug Design Competition' held I’d guess around 10 or so years ago. We produced Daniel’s steampunk-inspired 'Kog' design. Some of you may own a Kog Tiki mug.

    'Kamokamo' is Daniel’s wonderful sculpture (from his own hands) and now Halloween inspired (but great fun all year round) design! Details include the little pumpkin in Kamokamo’s hand, and you’ll also notice the inclusion of a little black widow-inspired spider down by the base! What a great design! Daniel put a lot of thought and time into this wonderful mug and this is an important mug for Daniel just as it is for Tiki Farm.

    Glazed in a wonderful saturated orange stain with a black hand wash (no 2 will/can look the same), we felt this glaze was appropriate for the Halloween season and appropriate for the design. We hope you dig it!"

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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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    Hina Keahi - Brown - by Tim Wollweber

    This mug is shaped like Hina Keahi, one of the two legendary Ghost Sisters of Hawaii -- a kneeling wahine playing ukulele and wearing a flower lei and circlet of flowers in her hair. This version in gloss brown is matched with a gloss brown version of Hina Kulu'ua and both can be used as mugs or filled with sand to use as bookends since they were purposefully made with a flat edge on the reverse.

    Also produced in a "Dualtone" rutile blue with hints of brown showing through.

    Tiki Farm relates this legend of The Ghost Sisters of Hilo Hills:

    "According to Hawaiian mythology, Hina is the goddess of the moon and the mother of Maui. She had two daughters, Hina Keahi, the mistress of fire and Hina Kuluʻua, the mistress of rain. It is said that Hina gifted her daughters with two mountains, Halai for Hina Keahi and Puʻuhonu for Hina Kuluʻua.

    The people of Hina Keahi’s mountain always had plentiful amounts of food with them, but one month their crops started shriveling up and the people began to starve. Hina Keahi knew she had to do something to help her people, so she ordered for an underground imu to be made. She told her people to gather firewood and the people of the village decided that they needed to put someone in the imu to be sacrificed.

    Hina Keahi told her people to bury her in the imu, reassuring them that she would not get hurt because she was the fire goddess. She told her people to wait three days. During those three days, Hina Keahi traveled from the ground towards the sea – she came up to the surface where Hilo Boarding School stands today and she marked her spot with a freshwater spring.

    On the third day, Hina Keahi returned to the village as a woman who the villagers did not recognize. All the villagers were in awe of how much she resembled Hina Keahi, but they knew it was not her because she was in the imu. The woman told the villagers to uncover the imu and they found enough cooked food to supply them until the rainy season returned. To this day, the villagers believe that Hina Keahi sought out help from her beloved sister Hina Kuluʻua to help her feed her people."

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    Hina Kulu'ua - Brown - by Tim Wollweber

    This mug is shaped like Hina Kulu'ua, one of the two legendary Ghost Sisters of Hawaii -- a kneeling wahine holding a water gourd and wearing a flower lei. This version in gloss brown is matched with a gloss brown version of Hina Keahi and both can be used as mugs or filled with sand to use as bookends since they were purposefully made with a flat edge on the reverse.

    Also produced in a "Dualtone" rutile blue with hints of brown showing through.

    Tiki Farm relates this legend of The Ghost Sisters of Hilo Hills:

    "According to Hawaiian mythology, Hina is the goddess of the moon and the mother of Maui. She had two daughters, Hina Keahi, the mistress of fire and Hina Kuluʻua, the mistress of rain. It is said that Hina gifted her daughters with two mountains, Halai for Hina Keahi and Puʻuhonu for Hina Kuluʻua.

    The people of Hina Keahi’s mountain always had plentiful amounts of food with them, but one month their crops started shriveling up and the people began to starve. Hina Keahi knew she had to do something to help her people, so she ordered for an underground imu to be made. She told her people to gather firewood and the people of the village decided that they needed to put someone in the imu to be sacrificed.

    Hina Keahi told her people to bury her in the imu, reassuring them that she would not get hurt because she was the fire goddess. She told her people to wait three days. During those three days, Hina Keahi traveled from the ground towards the sea – she came up to the surface where Hilo Boarding School stands today and she marked her spot with a freshwater spring.

    On the third day, Hina Keahi returned to the village as a woman who the villagers did not recognize. All the villagers were in awe of how much she resembled Hina Keahi, but they knew it was not her because she was in the imu. The woman told the villagers to uncover the imu and they found enough cooked food to supply them until the rainy season returned. To this day, the villagers believe that Hina Keahi sought out help from her beloved sister Hina Kuluʻua to help her feed her people."

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    Tahiti Felix 70th Anniversary Mug

    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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    Kanuha

    This is a mug shaped like a standing Tiki. It has a classic Bumatay styled look with its round eyes, slotted nose, and downturned mouth. However, it is directly modeled after a more recent carving by Skootiki (Scott Eskridge).

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    Moai Bob - Brown - by Darick Maasen - for Don Hobo

    This is a cross between a moai and the traditional Tiki Bob. It was issued in three different glaze colors: brown, gray, and "chaingang" (white with black stripes). Designed by Darick Maasen, manufactured by Munktiki Imports, and produced and sold by Don Hobo.

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    The Piña de Bob - Orange - by Makatiki

    This is a cute version of Tiki Bob as a baby pineapple instead of a palm tree. Issued in "Dark" (black/brown), orange, and yellow.

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    Greetings From Kanaloa

    This is a Kanaloa-shaped mug wrapped around a piece of bamboo (which is more visible from the back). It comes in a variety of glaze colors.

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    Rosita Tiki Mug by Tiki Tony for Tiki Land Day

    This mug depicts the "Rosita" animatronic parrot from the Tangaroa Terrace at Disneyland, perched on a crate that says "TikiLand Day." Rosita is a light pink color, almost white.

    This mug was released as an optional set with the similar Jose design. It was sold through the Tikiland Trading Co. website.

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    Jose Tiki Mug by Tiki Tony for Adventure Land Day

    This mug depicts the "Jose" animatronic spanish parrot from Walt Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room, perched on a crate that says "Adventure Land Day." Jose is primarily red with yellow, green, and blue on the wings. He wears a small hat.

    This mug was released as an optional set with the similar Rosita design.

    It was sold through the Tikiland Trading Co. website.

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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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    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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    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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    Bombardier Ellistay Kai a.k.a. B.E. Kai

    This is a mug shaped like a standing Tiki. It is the third one in a series, which began with the Bombardier Ellistay mug, although this design is more closely based on carvings found at the Kona Kai, not the Kona Pali like the first mug. Ellistay is a portmanteau of the surnames of Andres Bumatay and Richard Ellis, as it has not been confirmed which artist did the actual carving. The apartments that inspired this design can be viewed at http://www.tikiroom.com/tikicentral/bb/viewtopic.php?topic=27645&forum=2

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    J.D.M's cousin a.k.a. John Doe Moai's cousin

    This is a re-sculpted version of the original J.D.M. mug now with an additional removable top knot which doubles as a shot glass.

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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.

    Distinguishing characteristics:

    Signed by Doug Horne

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    Papu In Honey Brown Glaze a.k.a. Papua New Guinea Abelam Mask Mug Honey Brown Glaze

    This is a full bodied standing Tiki mug with a PNG styled Abelam Mask head. Honey brown glaze.

    For Sale
    USD 25.00
    Available to trade
    Location
    Belgium
    Interested?
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    Lieutenant Posquesan

    This is a mug shaped like the left half of a Marquesan tiki head, bisected down the middle vertically, and matches with a second mug to form a set. Numbered open edition in various glazes and detail combinations. Measures: 5.25" x 2.75" x 3.5".

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    Lieutenant Marqative

    This is a mug shaped like the right half of a Marquesan tiki head, bisected down the middle vertically, and matches with a second mug to form a set. Numbered open edition in various glazes and detail combinations. Measures: 5.25" x 2.75" x 3.5".

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    Bombardier Ellistay Kona a.k.a. B.E. Kona

    This is a mug shaped like a standing Tiki. It is the second one in a series, which began with the Bombardier Ellistay mug, although this design is more closely based on carvings found at the Kona Kai, not the Kona Pali like the first mug. Ellistay is a portmanteau of the surnames of Andres Bumatay and Richard Ellis, as it has not been confirmed which artist did the actual carving. The apartments that inspired this design can be viewed at http://www.tikiroom.com/tikicentral/bb/viewtopic.php?topic=27645&forum=2

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    The Drooling Bastard - Bronze & Orange a.k.a. The Tonga Hut Drooling Bastard Second Edition

    This is a mug shaped the Drooling Bastard (a crude Tiki made of volcanic rock, holding a bowl, with water trickling out of his mouth and into the bowl). It is based on the original fountain sculpture at the Tonga Hut which is the mascot for the Loyal Order of the Drooling Bastard. To join the order, one must go to the Tonga Hut and drink every drink listed in Beachbum Berry's Grog Log (at your own pace, but within a year's time). Bastard members are rewarded with a plaque to commemorate their achievement and a special "Buck Off" coin that entitles you to a buck off all drinks for life. This is a limited edition color way of this mug, in bronze with orange interior.

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    Tiki Oasis 19 Mug a.k.a. Tiki Oasis 2019 Video Arcade Game Moai Mug

    This piece is shaped like a Moai crossed with a 1980s style standing video arcade game. The side panels, like most vintage arcade games, are covered with colorful graphics. The Right side features two Ku Tikis with spears and the Left side features two surfing tikis with the words "Catch The New Wave" above. Numbered on bottom with "High Score" as a nod to the arcade theme.

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    Jivaro Shrunken Head

    This gruesome mug was designed by THOR for Tiki Farm. It is a replica of how the Jivaro tribe would display their shrunken heads on poles and adorn them with twine and beads.

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    Ventiki Pineapple Mug

    This is a cartoony pineapple shaped mug with large eyes and a small mouth, marked for Ventiki in Ventura, CA. Manufactured by Munktiki Imports.

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    Paioio

    Paioio features two sets of two different, alternating Marquesan inspired Tiki Gods making up the primary exterior surface.

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    Moko Moai Kiwi Green a.k.a. Moko Moai Second Edition

    Moko Moai is a replica of an original Benzart sculpture. It is Ben’s vision of a hybrid version of an Easter Island Moai and a Maori Tiki, evidenced by the traditional heavy Maori tattooing (also known as “Moko”). "Kiwi Green" exterior and red interior glaze. Moko Moai is further embellished with a 1.75" fishhook pendant cast in resin.

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    Kava Kava Tiki Mug By Flounder

    This Kava Kava Tiki Mug is shaped like the head and torso of one of the emaciated Moai Kava Kava man carvings found on Easter Island. It has long ears, a heavy browline, and round white eyes. Part of Tiki Farm's “Easter Island Tribute Series”.

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    Redondo

    A full body tiki mug with bulging Bumatay-like eyes and a round "O" of a mouth with left hand clutching at bottom of mouth. This mug was inspired by a tiki support column at the Tiki apartments of Redondo Beach, CA. Glazed in satin brown with coral interior.

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    Rincon Trading Post Tiki Mug Bone With Brown Wipe

    This is a mug shaped like a large standing Marquesan-style tiki with large curlicued nostrils, small downturned mouth, and large eyes on sides. It is based on a vintage tiki that Rincon Trading Post (Ron Ferrell/Bongofury) has and an exact version of it was in Disneyland well before the Tiki Room was built. 250 were made in green glaze with black wash and in the bone white with brown wipe-away and only 100 of the bone white with blue wipe-away. Released on May 27 at the Hong Kong Inn, Ventura, CA.

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    Tiki Cat Aloha Shirt Mug Matte Glaze Second Edition

    This is a mug shaped like a full standing cat in an aloha shirt holding a tiki mug in each of its paws. This color-way is in a matte beige with a dark wipe to pick out all the sculpted details. Used to serve the "Cat's Pajamas Punch" cocktail. This second edition is slightly larger than the glossy brown first edition.

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    Jeff Granito Hiwa Sheba - Holiday Edition a.k.a. Hiwa Sheba Second Edition

    This is a Holiday Edition of Jeff Granito's first Tiki Mug, Hiwa Sheba, and is a collaboration between TikiLand Trading Co. and Jeff Granito.

    The interior and exterior of the mug will be glossy/shiny white. The color of the eyes will be a surprise for each mug⁣, either red, green, or crystal iridescent. The mug holds approximately 24 ounces, is 9.75” tall, and has a nice solid weight of 1.9 lbs. Made in USA

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    Monster Marq Brown

    This tiki was designed by Danny Gallardo for Tiki Farm. The mug is of a Marquesan-style tiki, with very large, rounded teardrop eyes, and a wide mouth showing two rows of teeth. Brown glaze.

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    Island Systems & Design 2008 Mug

    This mug was manufactured by Tiki Farm as a promotional item for Island Systems & Design. The design is based on the Witco fountain. This year's version is wearing a pirate hat and an eye patch, and he has a hook for a hand.

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    Harvey's Lake Tahoe Sneaky Tiki Black a.k.a. Cold Paint Sneaky Tiki

    Smooth black mug with the Harvey's Lake Tahoe Sneaky Tiki graphic logo painted in orange and lilac on the front, with "Harvey's" in script raise lettering above it in white. "Sneaky Tiki" is on the back in white. The paint on this is cold paint, and chips off very easily, these mugs are often in poor shape.

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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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    Marqui Marq Jade Green

    This is a traditional Marquesan styled Tiki bucket mug in jade green glaze with large eyes & wide thin lips. There are 6 colors in all: Coral, Dark Blue, Sky Blue, Jade Green, Pink, and Yellow.

    For Sale
    USD 25.00
    Available to trade
    Location
    Belgium
    Interested?
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    “Oscar” Event mug for “Bosko and the Rebirth of Tiki” - 3rd. ltd edition

    This is the official event mug for the documentary “Bosko and the Rebirth of Tiki”, which premiered July 14 at the Egyptian in Hollywood. The Documentary was just released in an extended version on DVD. This is a “Bug Eye”, the 3rd Bug Eye Bosko has created in his long line of limited edition ceramics. Glaze is a electricblue float over a deep dark Ox blood red. This is the 3rd limited edition of 20 only, it is cast from a single mold so this may be the last edition for this design. Mug stands a little over 8” tall.

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    Aloha Joe in Orange For Lowbrow Aloha a.k.a. Aloha Joe For Lowbrow Aloha 1st Edition

    "Aloha Joe" is the official Lowbrow Aloha event mug. This mug is a stylization of the Witco tiki fountain, one of which resides at Hala Kahiki, which has hosted the Lowbrow Aloha art show since 2016. The open basin allows you to put a piece of dry ice in it for a mysterious drink presentation. Design by House of Tabu (Ken Holewczynski) & DSK Designs, based on vintage Witco design. This first edition is finished in a mid-century orange matte finish.