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    Jetsam Pilot - by Tiki Diablo

    From Tiki Diablo:

    "Pre-Order August 2020 $125.00 - Sold out **AHOY FRIENDSPRE-ORDER FOR AUGUSTCHEERS

    So many people emailed us after The Aquanaut V was sold out.

    We would love to make more for you but then, is it so special ? To keep it fair and fresh we will offer a new dive buddy, the Jetsam Pilot !

    Based on Captain Nemo's helmet, it is also a double chamber and will have a secret feature.

    He will be about the same size, a large vessel or mini bowl.

    Please note* If waiting gives you the bends please don't order this awesome mug because it won't ship out until August This precious cargo will be worth the wait when it pulls into port !

    Hand Made Signature Series. Made in Los Angeles, by us. No more than 250 Limit 2 please"

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    Trader Sam’s Papua New Guinea Tiki Mug - Brown - Walt Disney World

    MrBitters's description:

    Purchased at the Disneyland Hotel's Fantasia Gift Shop (California)

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    Blue Lady - by Eekum Bookum - for The Reef #113

    The Blue Lady is based on a 1950 painting by Vladimir Tretchikoff. It became one of the world's most popular paintings when made into a print in the 1960s and 1970s. The painting was of an unknown Chinese girl and was best known for the unusual skin tone used for her face (a blue-green color). Recently, the model for Tretchikoff's painting was found to be a then 17-year-old Monika Sing-Lee (now Monika Pon), who was then a single girl working in her uncle's laundry in Cape Town.

    This mug was released for Modernism Week 2022, in Palm Springs, at The Reef. Later that day, sold through the Eekum Bookum website.

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    The VenTiki Sepik River Sorcerer Mug - Second Edition - Red & Yellow - by BigToe

    This is a tiki head mug inspired by Sepik River Papua New Guinea mask art and features the round concentric circle eyes and large boar's tusks from those masks combined with the square-toothed mouth seen in many of BigToe's tikis. The ears have three holes punched in each one through which small braids of jute/Manila rope are tied.

    Brick red glaze with yellow details (tusks, eyes, and back lettering) and black interior.

    The VenTiki Sepik River Sorcerer Mug Red & Yellow 2nd Edition release was on Sunday, November 28th, 2021 at VenTiki, starting at 10 AM. Concept and artwork by BigToe. Manufactured by Munktiki Imports. Cost was $120 on their website, following the event. Big Toe was at the event to sign mugs during the release event that Sunday morning.

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    Booze Cruise - Bone Edition - by Lost Temple Traders

    This mug is based on a statue of the Hindu monkey god, Hanuman, which sat among various artifacts in the darkened Cambodian ruins in the Mekong River portion of the Disney Jungle Cruise ride. Hanuman was later replaced with a golden snake to be more politically correct.

    This mug version also holds a tiki mug in its right hand, whereas the statue did not.

    From Lost Temple Traders:

    "The Booze Cruise has been on a long journey- the project originated with Kaku Kaku Tiki [Bill Grayson/Polynesian Village], and we took it over after long delays when it was dead."

    Sculpted by Patrick Vassar (The Green Tiki). The Booze Cruise mug was released in Bone, Green, and Brown editions.

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    Booze Cruise - Brown Edition - by Lost Temple Traders

    This mug is based on a statue of the Hindu monkey god, Hanuman, which sat among various artifacts in the darkened Cambodian ruins in the Mekong River portion of the Disney Jungle Cruise ride. Hanuman was later replaced with a golden snake to be more politically correct.

    This mug version also holds a tiki mug in its right hand, whereas the statue did not.

    From Lost Temple Traders:

    "The Booze Cruise has been on a long journey- the project originated with Kaku Kaku Tiki [Bill Grayson/Polynesian Village], and we took it over after long delays when it was dead."

    Sculpted by Patrick Vassar (The Green Tiki). The Booze Cruise mug was released in Bone, Green, and Brown editions.

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    Orchids of Hawaii R-91 a.k.a. Tiki Leilani Style Mug

    Tiki Leilani-style mug, manufactured by Orchids of Hawaii and marked "R-91" on bottom. Pale brown color. Not marked "Tiki Leilani".

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    APE Fez Wearing Monkey Production Mug

    This mug was designed by Crazy Al Evans as merchandise for his band, APE. The mug is a monkey's head, wearing a fez that says "APE", and has no lid. The mug was manufactured by Tiki Farm. This production version of the mug has a brown glaze, and is not painted.

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    The Modernist - Celadon Green - from the Sven Kirsten Kollection - by Tiki Farm a.k.a. The Modernist Tiki Farm Edition

    This is, as the name suggests, a mug based on a very modernist version of a tiki. This tiki once stood outside the Trader Vic's in San Francisco. It has simple tear-drop shaped eyes, a long rectangular nose and a small closed mouth.

    This design, like others in partnership from Sven and Tiki Farm, was released in three different glaze colors. The first in a light beige/brown was released December 2nd at Trader Vic's in Emeryville for the first book signing ($125) hosted/produced by Eve Bergeron and Trader Vic's. The second in a light celadon green glaze was released by Tiki Farm through their website December 17th ($75). The third was released in a light yellowish beige/green glaze to be sold by Sven, himself.

    From Tiki Farm:

    "'The Modernist' - Where Modern Art and Polynesian Pop meet!

    Don’t miss the Tiki Farm edition online launch of the first Trader Vic’s, Tiki Farm & Sven Kirsten collaboration!

    Purchases of ‘The Modernist’ Mug by Tiki Farm come with a 48-page hardbound book written by Sven Kirsten in collaboration with Eve Bergeron. The Tiki Farm edition of the mug and book is limited to a total production of 450 sets.

    Learn all about the design that is the missing link between the 1920s European avant-garde movement and mid-century modernism. Fill the mug! Hold the mug! Read the book!"

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    West Coast Trader Sam - by The Shrunken Monkey

    This is a mug modeled after the original Trader Sam as seen in the Jungle Cruise ride at the Disneyland park in California, and with a shrunken head twist.

    From The Shrunken Monkey:

    "It's time for Sam's final trade! Our Salesman is 7.5 inches tall and holds approximately 24 fluid oz. Each handmade mug will include a recipe card with custom artwork and original cocktail (to ease the pain of losing your head). There are 6 color variants each order will be filled at random no two will be alike. Available only at TheShrunkenMonkey.com Limit 2 per person/address."

    The Shrunken Monkey also created an East Coast Trader Sam to match the Sam at Disneyworld.

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    Lady Luck - 13th Anniversary Mug - Artist Proof - by Bosko - for Frankie’s Tiki Room #19

    MrBitters's description:

    Listed on Bosko's web site as FLL19 - marked on bottom of mug as AP-FLL 113; Green-blue glaze

    Distinguishing characteristics:

    Unique mossy green exterior glaze - interior is glazed orange. Bottom is marked "AP" and FLL 113 (the F and first L are overlapped)

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    Kaduku Witch Doctor Mug - Green - by Atomica Exotica & Munktiki Imports - for Lost Temple Traders

    This is a mug shaped like a cartoonish squatting witch doctor with large bug eyes, a bone through his nose, and a hat with skull and crossbones, holding a shrunken head.

    From Lost Temple Traders:

    "Kaduku the Witch Doctor mug is a collaboration between Lost Temple Traders and Atomica Exotica. The mug stands 8” tall and is limited to 250 mugs in each colorway and is produced by Munktiki Imports. "

    There is a bone glaze version and a green glaze version.

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    The Bird King - Limited Edition - by Tiki Nava - for Lost Temple Traders a.k.a. The Bird King LTD

    A mug shaped like a standing brown-glazed figure wearing a blue, white, yellow, and red bird mask, and with a feather necklace.

    From Lost Temple Traders:

    "All hail the bird king! We’ve come across a lot of amazing things on our travels, but none more festive than the ceremony of a tribe who adorned themselves in masks and feathers to pay homage to a peculiar flock of singing birds.

    The Bird King was designed by Very Good Tiki, sculpted by Patrick Vassar and hand crafted by Monkey Skull. Limited Edition 200."

    There is also a super limited edition with green-glazed figure.

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    Tiki tOny's Tiki Santa Tiki Mug

    MrBitters's description:

    Christmas 2021

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    El Tamboro - by Tiki Diablo

    This is a mug shaped like one of the central tiki figures on display in Disneyland's Enchanted Tiki Room -- flanked on either side by monkey tiki drummers.

    It is a large horned figure with a tall central drum held between feet and hands. Brown glaze with red, yellow, and blue details.

    Measures 11" tall and 7 1/2" wide from horn to horn.

    The piece is designed with two chambers -- the top chamber intended for dry ice -- and a couple of the nostril holes allow vapor to escape.

    This was a pre-order that started in January 2020. Long delayed by Covid, these finally were made available at the end of July 2021, with a few initial pickups at Tiki Oasis on July 29th, 2021 and shipping in batches continuing through September 2021.

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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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    Maui Lu Daga Warrior Mug

    MrBitters's description:

    50¢ @ Salvation Army Thrift

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    Beauce Moai Mug Green a.k.a. Beauce #1952

    MrBitters's description:

    #1

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    Beauce Moai Mug Green a.k.a. Beauce #1952

    MrBitters's description:

    #2

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    Beauce Moai Mug Green a.k.a. Beauce #1952

    MrBitters's description:

    #3

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    Hina Keahi - Dualtone Blue - 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 dual tone blue is matched with a dual tone blue 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 traditional gloss brown.

    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 - Dualtone Blue - 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 dualtone blue is matched with a dualtone blue 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 gloss brown glaze.

    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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    Daikoku Mug - Green - by Tiki Farm - for Pyrat Rum

    Daikoku is one of the Seven Lucky Gods and his images are found in temples across Tibet and China. He is a household deity in Japan and often considered a god of wealth or kitchen god. This mug shows him carrying his magic mallet. This mallet of plenty can miraculously produce anything desired when struck. Some Japanese say that coins fall out when he shakes his mallet.

    Daikoku is an interesting choice for this Pyrat Rums mug since their normal mascot is Hotei but they are similar characters with portly physiques and magic items that dispense treasure.

    Hotei is the figure on the medallion on every bottle of Pyrat rum. The roots of rum trace back to early Asia, where scholars agree the first distillation of sugarcane juice was produced. And so, the history of rum is very much the history of sugar in Asia and Hotei honors Asia’s preeminent and important role in the origin of this popular spirit.

    The Hotei monk is the patron saint and Zen protector of fortunetellers and bartenders. This socially enlightened mystic, often considered the god of contentment and happiness, is always depicted with a cheerful smile, a bald head, and a portly belly. Ancient scrolls tell of Hotei’s fondness for libations and he is commonly seen carrying a large cloth sack that never empties, from which he gregariously dispenses food and drink and other treasures.

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

    This is a Marquesan style tiki mug in blue glaze with black wash. There is also a version in orange 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 - Red Stain With Black Wash - The Classics Collection - by Tank Standing Buffalo - for Tiki Farm

    This is a blood-red 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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    Mele Hoa Tiki Mug - Second Edition - Brown With Black Wash - by Rainforest Tiki

    From the Tiki Farm website:

    "An absolutely wonderful, very playful mug sculpted & designed by Daniel Scarcello aka “Rainforesttiki”. We are proud to bring you our second and final edition of this beautiful mug! “Mele Hoa” in this final run of just 500 mugs is glazed in our beautiful, matte-brown stain with a black wash. The sculptural detailing is very strong and the mug’s detailing shows through so nicely in this glaze combination. "

    This second and last edition was preceded by a first edition in Green With Gunmetal Gray Wash.

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    Hale Pele Cannibal Tiki Trio Mug - Open Edition - Brown Wipe Glaze a.k.a. Hale Pele Cannibals Three Sided Mug Open Edition, Hale Pele Cannibals Three Sided Mug Brown Wipe Glaze

    This is a three sided mug featuring the Hale Pele Cannibal Trio (Hunter, Catcher, and Eater Tikis) around sides. Manufactured by Munktiki Imports. This is the open edition in brown wipe. There is also a brown open edition.

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    Trader Vic's Salt & Pepper Shakers Gray

    MrBitters's description:

    Antique Store find

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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:

    Purchased from Eekum Bookum's web page - marked on the bottom with an engraved 'AP' & 'BW'

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

    MrBitters's description:

    Heavy, thick ‘pea soup’ green glaze

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    Hukilau 2015 Tiki Mug in Sand #88

    MrBitters's description:

    Missing torch swizzle

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    Paul Marshall Products Handled Triangle Tiki Mug a.k.a. Peanut Handled Mug

    Handled coffee-mug like variation on the Paul Marshall Products "peanut" design. Triangle design in top rim.

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    Wahine With Hibiscus Flowers - by Eekum Bookum - for Esotico Miami #118

    This mug is shaped like the head of a dark-haired Polynesian wahine with hibiscus blossoms in her hair.

    The mug hearkens back to 1960s era chalkware head busts put out by Marwal (and other lesser known companies) which among other themes, had a line of native Polynesian girl head busts wearing hibiscus flowers in their hair.

    Each mug comes with an actual unique necklace strung around the neck that can be removed and worn by the owner.

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    The Protector of Paradise - First Edition - by Eekum Bookum - for The Reef in Palm Springs #111

    The Protector of Paradise mug depicts a tiki-mask-wearing native holding a spear (hole in hand to remove or replace spear).

    Based on a native dancer briefly shown in the film South Pacific (1958).

    Marked for The Reef on reverse.

    Distinguishing characteristics:

    $25 food & drink purchase was required to qualify for a mug purchase.

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    Tonga Hut Palm Springs Rum Barrel - Blue

    MrBitters's description:

    Purchased from Tonga Hut, Palm Springs on 2021-03-05

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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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    Safari Camp Raider - Second Edition - Full Color - by Munktiki Imports for Lost Temple Traders

    This mug is inspired by the Jungle Cruise ride at Adventureland in Disneyland where one tableau scene shows a gorilla with a gun raiding the safari camp. This gorilla wears a pith helmet and a jug of booze as well, and sits comfortably atop a crate piled with other ill-gotten goods.

    This second edition is full-color with a black glazed gorilla holding a green jug.

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    Christmas Carol Barrel

    This is a Christmas themed barrel mug with lyrics from Deck The Halls. Brown exterior, red top and bottom rims, and sprigs of holly as accents. The signature cocktail features: "Aged Demerara Rum, Aquavit, Amaro, Pumpkin Pie, Lemon, Orange, & Angostura Bitters." Available at multiple pop up locations and more information at https://www.miraclepopup.com/about/

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    Tiki tOny's Keiki Bob Mug - for TikiLand Trading a.k.a. Tiki tOny's Baby Yoda Mug, Tiki tOny's Grogu Mug

    This is a tiki-fied rendering of the popular character of Grogu (sometimes referred to as The Child or Baby Yoda) from The Mandalorian television series on Disney +, which is part of the greater Star Wars franchise.

    From TikiLand Trading:

    "Unkle Coco, the Tikilorian, had a heckuva time babysitting this youngling. Born with mysterious powers, Keiki Bob is sure to impress if you let him loose in the cantina with his outer rim concoctions."

    This piece was designed by Tiki tOny, sculpted by THOR, manufactured overseas, and produced by TikiLand Trading.

    Came with an enamel pin, a green swizzle stick featuring Grogu at top and a long-legged frog at bottom, and a recipe card for a Frog Cutter cocktail (play on Fog Cutter and the fact Grogu likes to eat frogs).

    This was a pre-sale that was ordered on December 2020 but did not start to arrive with customers until January 2021.

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    Rhum Smuggler - by Tiki Diablo

    This is a stoppered flask shaped like a Papua New Guinea styled tiki head with wide round eyes and an outstretched red tongue. Cork and wood stopper.

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    Shameful Tiki Room Signature Mug - Fourth Edition - Glossy Brown Variant

    This is a mug featuring several Tiki face masks on top of a mound of skulls with jungle vines growing amongst them. Glazed in gloss brown except for green vines. Measures: 7" tall by 4" wide at bottom and 1.5" opening at top. Designed by Rod Moore and Tank. There is also a version in all black. In 2020, a bone white version was released.

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    Krampus Designer Series Mug - Second Edition - Nutmeg Brown Variant - by MONDO

    This mug is shaped like the legendary Krampus, with a nutmeg brown glaze. This mug is based on the work of Florian Bertmer with contributions by Matthew Black and Tiki Farm. Krampus is a beast-like creature from the folklore of Alpine countries thought to punish children during the Yule season who had misbehaved, in contrast with Saint Nicholas, who rewards well-behaved ones with gifts. Krampus gives out coal and switches and is said to capture particularly naughty children in his sack and carry them away to his lair. Krampus is represented as a beast-like creature, generally demonic in appearance with horns and a long protruding tongue.

    There was also a first edition variant in Wiped Dark Red.

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    Krampus - Green - by GeekiTikis

    From their website:

    "In Central European folklore, Krampus is a horned, anthropomorphic figure described as "half-goat, half-demon", who, during the Christmas season, punishes children who have misbehaved. Part of the Series 4 Horror line-up, Krampus features beautifully sculpted details and a fun hidden detail on the reverse side of the mug."

    The hidden detail appears to be a pair of hands creeping over the side of Krampus's basket as a victim (child, probably) tries to escape.

    Glazed in green (some selective spots wipe glazed to show white) with red interior.

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    King Tā Moko Mug - Christmas 2019 - Limited Edition for Esotico Miami #35 a.k.a. Maori Tattoo Elvis Santa Mug

    MrBitters's description:

    Purchased online from Esotico during COVID bar closures (November 2020).

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    Dead Man’s Isle Tiki Mug - by Munktiki #88 a.k.a. Circle Circle Full Body Tiki Mug

    Standard version of the Dead Man’s Isle Tiki Mug. Issued in a few color variations.

    This design is a revisiting of the earlier 2016 Circle Circle Stacker, which was just the tiki head, but this mug has given it a full body as well. The tiki head has a long narrow nose, small mouth, and circular patterns around face. He has a cape around his shoulders and wears a small pendant.

    This original full body design with cape and pendant was issued in 2019 in a few color variations and also including an all black version for Black Friday 2019 and an orange version for Halloween 2019.

    Distinguishing characteristics:

    Brown body with blue highlights; Gold pendant.

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    Shrunken Head Santa - Green - by Lost Temple Traders

    This is a mug shaped like a shrunken head version of Santa Claus. It is glazed with a wipe green finish. It was sold as a set with a red wipe finish version as well.

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    Shrunken Head Santa - Red - by Lost Temple Traders

    This is a mug shaped like a shrunken head version of Santa Claus. It is glazed with a wipe red finish. It was sold as a set with a green wipe finish version as well.

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    Chief Traders Double Sided Tiki Mug - First Edition - Dark Matte Brown - By Lost Temple Traders

    This mug is double-sided and each side shows a different version of the character Trader Sam from Walt Disney’s Jungle Cruise (one from Disneyland and one from Disney World).

    There were 100 in this first edition and there was a second edition of 50 in a lighter gloss brown that followed.