This is a mug shaped like a Tiki holding a bowl of poison and sporting a winged skull on its forehead. This version has a beige/bone-colored overall glaze color with a wipe-away black that highlights the sculpt.
Very large tiki based on the volcano godess Pele from the lanai pre-show at the Enchanted Tiki Room in Disneyland. Original design by Rolly Crump, adapted design by Jody Daily, and sculpt by Squid. Jody Daily's original design called for the volcano lid to be used for flaming garnish, with a straw hole on the side, but Disney opted to instead put the straw hole through the top for safety reasons. Marked "Walt Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room Disneyland Park Microwave & Dishwasher Safe" in white paint on the bottom, with "Disney" imprinted in the mold on the bottom. Comes with a hangtag.
A large tiki head mug based on the volcano godess Pele from the lanai pre-show at the Enchanted Tiki Room in Disneyland. Original design by Rolly Crump, adapted design by Jody Daily & Kevin Kidney. This version is in a glossy light brown wipe-away glaze. Made of stoneware. This is an open edition.
This is a mug design based on Tangaroa-Ru, the Goddess of the East Wind. It is said that her gentle breeze on a tropic isle makes flowers sing and Tikis smile and casts a spell on flying birds whose joyous songs speak wisdom words. The mug is shaped like a large tiki head mug with puckered lips (blowing). Squinting coffee bean shaped eyes. Has a stylized bird pictogram on reverse. Design by Jody Daily & Kevin Kidney. This version is in a glossy light brown wipe-away glaze. Made of stoneware. This is an open edition. Tag and catalogue refers to this as a "Rongo Tiki Mug".
This brown bowl was designed by Kevin Kidney and Jody Daily for the 50th Anniversary of the Enchanted Tiki at Disneyland. The tiki is based on Rongo who resides in the garden area of the Enchanted Tiki Room and was originally designed by Rolly Crump. Rongo is sitting on a small base with a leaf covered bowl perched atop his head. The bowl has two small tikis on the sides of the rim. This version is in a glossy light brown wipe-away glaze and the top rim is not flat, but stretched and elongated. Made of stoneware. This is an open edition.
This green tiki comes from Big Lots, and is an unauthorized combination of the Likki Tiki and Monkey God designs by Accoutrements.
This decanter is a Maori-style tiki with its tongue sticking out, green with black eyes. Used for Ti Toki Liqueur. Also an older, brown version.
This rum fountain bowl comes fron the Jetsetter Lounge in Lake Worth, FL. The large volcano shaped bowl is brown with a tall slender black moai in the center. The set comes with four moai shaped shot glasses.
This moai lantern has a large smile and large round eyes. This design can also be seen on S&P shakers (pg 118 Tiki Quest). Johnny Sens made a version of this as a hobbyist mug in the 1960s and, more recently, GOTIKI has created a mug version as well.
This decanter was manufactured by Quon-Quon. It has two handles near the top. The eyes are large, concave and slanted with concave circle in the center. The nose flares out in an oval pattern at the bottom, and the mouth is open and showing eight teeth. The pattern along the base is alternating squares. Decanter came as a set with six accompanying Quon-Quon shots glazed to match.
These boxy brown moai shakers have a heavy woodgrain look. They have full, smiling lips and jewels in their eyes.
This lidded coconut condiment bowl is marked "Kon Tiki" on the front and was manufactured by Steve Crane Associates.
The Trader Vic's Rum Barrel Bowl is shaped like a rum barrel on its side with a square opening. It is supported by short legs and has two straps around each end of the barrel. This version is glazed in glossy brown and the words "Fine Old Rum" are in a cursive style font, whereas earlier editions have a blockier font.
This is a mug shaped like a standing bigfoot with a big grin. Comes boxed.
This mug is of the original Mr. Bali Hai, the mascot for the Bali Hai Restaurant in San Diego. This version of the mug was manufactured by OMC and bears the OMC sticker, and has a concave base marked "Mr. Bali Hai made Exclusively for Bali Hai Restaurant San Diego, Calif" printed on the bottom. Mr. Bali Hai is an oblong head with a bone through the nose and large white hoop earrings, with sleepily lidded eyes (eyes are usually brown, sometimes blue). The mug comes with a lid with two straw holes.
This tiki is one of a four-pack created by Accoutrements and sold through various retail outlets. This yellow tiki has a wide mouth full of jagged teeth. Marked "Accoutrements © 2001 China" on bottom.
This tiki mug is brown, and is of a smiling tiki with a very large nose. The tiki's headdress comes down the side, as is sometimes seen with Kus, and there is an "X" pattern along the top rim. "Maui Lu Resort" in recessed letters along front base.
This version of the tall, slender OMC moai was created for the Hawaii Kai in New York. Beige streaky glaze, painted face details.
The Harvey's Lake Tahoe Sneaky Tiki graphic logo is on the front, with "Harvey's" in script raised lettering above it. Back has a torch, and "Sneaky Tiki" in raised script letters. Glaze is dark green. There is also a version of this mug with modern looking block sans serif font lettering for "Harveys" without an apostrophe in the word.
This mug is the bust of a shorter-necked man wearing a hat. The mug is intended to be a likeness of Donn Beach, founder of Don the Beachcomber. Brown glaze with "Don the Beachcombers" in recessed letters around front of base. Open edition.
This blue mug was designed by Johann Flett aka AtomicTonyTiki for Tiki Farm. The mug was one of the winners of the 2007 Tiki Farm design contest. The tiki is a pirate with an eye patch, a gold tooth and has a little white skull on his forehead. He is holding a ship's wheel.
This is one of three mugs in a set of South Sea Islander designs by Chongolio that portray classic Polynesian gods. This Ku has a trailing headdress, an open mouth with square teeth, and a tattoo on his right arm made up of small triangles.
Charooba is based on Tiki Bar TV's logo. The tiki has a woodgrain look. His eyes are shaped like sideways teardrops, and his brows come all the way down his nose. His mouth is a large open rectangle, and his lips curve toward each other at the center. His mouth is filled with indistinct teeth. This version is green. Designed by Melanie Carson.
This smallish light brown bowl with a matte finish has three round-headed glossy tikis supporting a rounded-triangle bowl. Marked "Orchids of Hawaii" on bottom.
The Westwood W-3 Mug is a brown mug with a handle. He has an aztec look and is very angular. He has concave eyes and an open concave mouth. The nose is very rectangular. The pattern around the top rim is wavy lines with swirls between them.
Standard coconut mug, unlike other Trader Vic's coconuts, does not have "Aloha" marked on the side. Is marked "TRADER VIC CANADA".
A peanut-like tiki with a lined face like the one by OMC, but this one was manufactured by someone else in later years. Light beige with darker brown glazed top and bottom rims, more crude than the OMC version. Marked with modern "Trader Dick's" and "Nugget" logos on back in black.
A peanut-like tiki with a lined face from OMC, in light beige with darker brown glazed top and bottom rims.
Tiki mug shaped like a traditional Ku, with a grimacing face. Marked "Orchids of Hawaii" and "R-74" on the bottom.
An Orchids of Hawaii mug depicting a Ku, in a common Ku stance with a smiling face, in a brown glaze. Marked "Orchids of Hawaii" "R-71" and "Japan" on the bottom. An earlier version of the same design has a more crisp, angular look, with clenched teeth and slightly smaller eyes.
The Gravedigger mug is a brown mug manufactured for the Rendezvous in Kenosha, WI. The mug is shaped like a coffin stading upright on a mound of dirt.
Ku shaped tiki mug, with bands across eyes in a sort of "X" shape, in a light green glaze. "Mai Kai" in raised letters on back. Currently used for serving the Mara Amu drink, which has been served in different mugs in the past. This version was produced for the Mai Kai's 50th Anniversary in 2006.
Vicious was designed by Benzart for Tiki Farm. It is based on Ben's #20 Maori pendant. Vicious is brown and has a snarl on his face and moko on his entire head.
Made in a limited edition olive glaze (brownish green) with the Deadhead Rum logo on the back. Manufactured in Guadalajara, Mexico. Stoneware.
This yellow hiball mug with black top & bottom rims was created by Tiki Farm for Trader Vic's, and has the Trader Vic's logo tiki mask in black & white on the front, and "Trader Vic's" on the back in black.
This tiki mug design was originally created by Joe Vitale and produced by Tiki Farm. The mug has a gaping, open mouth with round, nubbin teeth, and an arching headdress in the style of a Hawaiian chieftain. The mug has split marks all over, as if it were cut from wood. Although the original version was manufactured by Tiki Farm, this is an unauthorized version with distorted details and is unmarked with a light green glaze.
Black moai, with no eyes; identical to a design by OMC, but unmarked.
This brown hiball, supported by three frowning moai, has a hot pink rim and interior. Also available in a limited edition bright green version that is slightly bigger.
A mug shaped like a purple pirate pig in a hula skirt. Released Saturday, October 20th, 2018. One of which was embellished in 24 karat gold! Proceeds were donated to The Purple Pig California-Hawaii Elks Association Major Project that Helps Disabled Children Walk, Talk, See, and Play.
One in a series of unusual mugs created for United States Lines and reportedly never used. Shaped like a Hawaiian Honeycreeper perched on a tree branch. United States Lines operated for less than one year from 2000 to 2001.
One in a series of unusual mugs created for United States Lines and reportedly never used. Shaped like an upright humuhumunukunukuapua'a (a kind of triggerfish), the state fish of Hawaii. Drink is poured in a large opening in the back. United States Lines operated for less than one year from 2000 to 2001. Marked as "limited edition", but no series number seems to be on the mug.
This hula girl mug is designed to look like the trunk of a palm tree. Hula girl has black hair, yellow lei, hair flower, and skirt, painted face details. From the Islander Restaurant in Stockton, California.
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.
This ashtray was manufactured for Trader Vic's and is part of a set of five different designs. It features five drunken kanes. Two are engaged in a scuffle, and it appears that a scalping may ensue.
This ashtray was manufactured for Trader Vic's and is part of a set of five different designs. It features two drunken kanes with their arms around each other singing.
This ashtray was manufactured for Trader Vic's and is part of a set of five different designs. It features a kane dressed in blue and a wahine dressed in red dancing togther.
This ashtray was manufactured for Trader Vic's and is part of a set of five different designs. It features a group of people. There is a kane chasing a wahine, a wahine running (it is unclear who exactly she is chasing,) and someone sitting on the ground eating fish.
This white ceramic ashtray was manufactured for Trader Vic's. It features their logo abelam mask in black and brown.