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.
Similar to the more common bucket tiki design with three tikis, but this one was created by OMC only for Harvey's Lake Tahoe, and it features the Sneaky Tiki logo, and is printed with "Harvey's Lake Tahoe" on the side in a script font. There is also a more modern looking sans serif block font version without an apostrophe in the word "Harvey's". OMC sticker on bottom.
This brown tiki mug was manufactured by Tiki Farm in 2005 and was meant to accompany a compilation CD called Ultimate Luau Tunes. It is shaped like Ku and is playing a drum. The same design was later released in green and called Ku-Konga.
This tiki is one of a four-pack created by Accoutrements and sold through various retail outlets. This green tiki has open eyes and a mouth full of jagged teeth. Marked "Accoutrements © 2001 China" on bottom.
A mug shaped like Rocket Raccoon (a genetically modified talking raccoon) from the Guardians of the Galaxy Marvel Comics film franchise. "Rocket Raccoon" stands proudly on a tree stump holding a laser gun. This is one in a set of six (including Baby Groot, Drax, Gamora, Groot, Rocket Raccoon, and Star-Lord). They are a tikified re-imagining of characters from the Guardians of the Galaxy film and comic franchise.
This large mug was originally designed by popular surf artist Rick Rietveld for Tiki Farm, but this is an unauthorized and inferior copy by Mornsungifts. The mug features a large tiki head with Maori-style markings, wearing sunglasses. "The Tikinator" is in raised letters down the back of the mug. According to Holden at Tiki Farm, this mug design holds the record for highest sales volume which is probably why it was picked to be duplicated. The original version was manufactured by Tiki Farm but this is an unauthorized version with distorted details that was sold on e-Bay and through several wholesale bar supply stores online.
A Moai, Ku and Tangaroa all walk into a bar...The Sunrise Tiki Mug was designed by Scott Schiedly aka Flounder for Tiki Farm. The brown hiball features four tiki masks in relief around the base. Above that are the images from Flounder's Sunrise Tiki painting. This is the first mug to feature a 4-color process clear glaze coated and fired art.
The Sunset Tiki Mug was designed by Scott Schiedly aka Flounder for Tiki Farm. The brown hiball features four tiki masks in relief around the base. Above that are the images from Flounder's Sunset Tiki painting, Kava Kava man, a Marquesan tiki and a Witco tiki. This is the first mug to feature a 4-color process clear glaze coated and fired art.
This tiki mug is yellow, with slightly bulbous, almond-shaped eyes, and its tongue is sticking out quite a ways. Its hands have come together at its front, and appear to possibly be holding a cup. Usually marked with a tourist destination in black on front base.
This green Tiki mug is wearing racing goggles and puffing on a cigar. Other details include racing checker patterns on front and back, and, most notably, twin racing pipes coated in platinum glaze.
This tiki mug from Daga is slightly flared at the top and bottom, and has a tiki with gritted teeth, small almond-shaped slanted eyes, and a "V" design on its forehead. Brown glazed exterior with white interior.
Tommy Bahama has produced this highly detailed series of wahine mugs, one each year. This mug has a blue background, and the wahine is dressed in moss green and magenta.
This is the standard "Morning After Tiki" design by Chiki Tiki with hands clasped in front and tongue extended. This version is glazed in blue and marked for the Mai-Kai, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
The Tiki Boy mug was designed by Joe Vitale for Tiki Farm. He is holding a gigantic heart-shaped tiki mask. The mask has a broad grin and large eyes. He is seated with his feet just under the mask. This is a companion piece to the "Tiki Girl Mug Pink" that was put out the same year.
This pink tiki girl was was designed by Donella Vitale for Tiki Farm. She has big, coy eyes and is glancing over her shoulder. She is wearing a white sarong and has a white plumeria in her hair. This is the original version; in 2010 a white version with pink details was produced. This is a companion piece to the "Tiki Boy Mug" that was put out the same year.
This brown mug is manufactured by Tiki Farm for the Forbidden Island tiki bar in Alameda, CA. The tiki has large slanted eyes and a toothy grin. The mug has palm texture on the tiki's forehead and back. The brown version was retired on 9/12/07.
Similar to the classic Paul Marshall Products "peanut" mug design, the tiki on this mug has long, thin arms and legs. Beige unglazed ceramic, with brown glazed top and bottom. Marked "PMP©" on base.
This dancing hula girl mug was manufactured by KC Co Ltd. The mug has a handle on the side and a hula girl on the front. She is wearing a green grass skirt and a red bra and has a lavender flower in her hair.
This is a light purple Tiki mug with a big nose, a bow-shaped mouth, and a triangle on his chin. There is some resemblance to the earlier "Smiling Big Nose Tiki Mug" put out by Otagiri, but definite differences as well. Advertised on the Poolside Pineapple website as being available in 12 or 20 oz and in white, black, purple, green and violet glaze. This is the violet.