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    Drooling Bastard Jigger - Dark Blue / Black by Eekum Bookum - for Tonga Hut North Hollywood

    Based on the Drooling Bastard fountain found in Tonga Hut, North Hollywood, this is a miniature Drooling Bastard in shot glass size. The head holds one ounce and if you turn it over, two ounces in the butt.

    This limited edition of 100 jiggers sold out in about an hour at the Tonga Hut release party on June 2, 2021.

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    The Zombie Village 6 Month Anniversary Mug a.k.a. The Zombie Village 6 Month Anniversary Moai Mug

    This mug was released to celebrate the 6 month anniversary of San Francisco's The Zombie Village, which draws inspiration from the old Skipper Kent's Zombie Village that was located in Oakland, CA. The Menehune Studio with Woody Miller created these. Inspired by the skull and banyan forest by Ivan Lee Mora, and the giant moai above the bar. Release 07/08/19. The bar location is at 441 Jones St, San Francisco, California 94102.

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    The Quiet Village Podcast 100th Episode Coconut Shot Mug - by Eric October

    From the digitiki website:

    "Celebrate the 100th episode of the Quiet Village podcast with your own customized coconut shot mug. 100 will be hand sculpted individually by the talented artist Eric October. Each shot mug is a small mini coconut, perfect for a tot of your favorite grog. The front is emblazoned with "The Quiet Village Podcast" logo. The back says "100th Episode".

    BUT THE BEST PART is that you can get your mug customized with your name or your Tiki handle on it. Just list your desired name during check out."

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    Forbidden Island Tiki Mug II Brown

    This brown mug was manufactured by Tiki Farm for the Forbidden Island tiki bar in Alameda, CA. The tiki has large football-shaped eyes and a slightly menacing toothy grin. The mug has palm texture on the tiki's forehead and back. It was designed and sculpted by Danny Gallardo.

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    Sacramento 2018 Tiki Crawl Mug a.k.a. 2018 Sacramento Ohana Crawl Mug

    This is a mug shaped like a volcano and featuring two tiki faces on different sides. This year the idea for making it a volcano was offered by Jeremy Sherlock. The front tiki face was copied from a vintage cast donated by Freddie Coester. The smaller and simpler tiki head was from the actual Waikiki restaurant location (2632 Fulton Ave.) that the mug honors. Sculpted and manufactured by Wendy and Dan Cevola. Production of these mugs is well chronicled on Tiki Central.

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    Alohaland PUDCANO Mug

    A mug shaped like a volcano themed cake decorated with pineapple slices and cherries. PUDCANO is short for: Pineapple Upside Down Cake Volcano. This mug honors the epic pineapple and maraschino cherry erupting cake finale of the Charles Phoenix ALOHALAND Slide Show. Interior is glazed in "cherry filling" red. Measures 6” tall by 6” wide with a 2” opening at top.

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    Shima Ceramics Shrunken Skull Mug Lime Interior

    This skull mug was inspired by both the Ta Moko (facial and body carvings) and the Mokomokai (shrunken heads), as practiced historically by the Maori of New Zealand. Glossy lime green on the inside, white on the outside with black wipe to pick out details. Stoneware. Measures: 3 3/4" wide, 5 1/4" long, 3 3/4" tall. There is also a chrome interior edition limited to 25 pieces and a votive candle version with eye sockets and nose cut out and with orange interior (limited to 100 pieces).

    Distinguishing characteristics:

    Shot size

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    Forbidden Island One Year Anniversary Skull Mug #11 a.k.a. Munktiki Forbidden Island One Year Anniversary Skull Mug

    Mstiki's description:

    11/60

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    Forbidden Island 15th Anniversary Mug - Red Dress Glaze - by Tiki Shark - for Forbidden Island

    This mug features a brown standing tiki carrying a woman in a dress. The mug was designed by Tiki Shark (Brad Parker) and manufactured by Munktiki Imports. It comes in two glaze variations, including one where the woman is wearing a red dress and one where she is wearing a black dress. The back features a skull with a "15", bones, and tropical leaves.

    The mug was based on one of Tiki Shark's most admired paintings, "Forbidden Island" which in turn was based on the classic 1956 science fiction film, "Forbidden Planet". The tiki is meant to resemble the 1956 film poster's Robbie the Robot and the hula girl resembles the unconscious woman he is holding.

    *NOTE: These mugs were cast in two pieces (the main tiki as one piece and the arms of the tiki and the woman as a second piece) and then glued together after having been cast and fired. In some cases the glue did not hold, in which case Forbidden Island offered to replace the mugs, but in most cases all that was required was re-gluing the two pieces back together with a stronger glue such as Liquid Nails.

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    Forbidden Island Tiki Bar Kill Devil 2.0 Mug a.k.a. Wahoo For Forbidden Island Kill Devil Club

    This is a standing Tiki based on an old vintage carving that is on the road to Hana, Maui. He has a figure eight mouth and almond shaped eyes. This mug was made for the Forbidden Island Tiki Bar in Alameda, CA to be given out to those that are brave enough to finish their Kill Devil 2.0 Rum list. There is a regular edition of this design, called "Wahoo", and a limited edition marked for the Maui Tiki Crawl held in 2014. This mug is easily distinguished by the "2.0" pendant around its neck and the "Forbidden Island Kill Devil Club" markings on back.

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

    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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    Plantation Pineapple Shot Mug

    This shot mug was a promotional for Plantation pineapple rum. It is shaped like an upside down pineapple and has the Plantation symbol on the front with "Stiggins" on the bottom (for Stiggins Fancy Pineapple Rum).

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    TikiRob Bumatay Mug - Woodgrain with Lava Base

    This is Tiki Rob's version of the classic Bumatay mug based on carvings and vintage mugs modeled after the carvings of Andres Bumatay. The Woodgrain with lava base comes available with several interior colors, including Red, Orange, Chartreuse, Blue or Green.

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    Bralatta Liqueur Decanter Large

    This brown decanter appears to have been a promotional item from Bralatta Liqueur. The top of the decanter is shaped like a broad headdress. The tiki has its eyes closed and has a triangular nose and a red oval mouth. It is wearing a shell necklace. Measures 10" tall by 6" wide by 3" deep. Holds 1 pint (16 oz). There is also a small version measuring 4-5 inches in height.

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    UnderTow Panther Skull Mug

    A mug shaped like a panther skull.

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    Beachbumz Lucky Tiki Shot Mug a.k.a. Beachbumz Lucky Tiki Shooter

    This shot mug depicts Ku with a fierce face and upturned chin. Based on the Lucky Tiki souvenir series that was popular in the 60's-70's. Primarily sold in plain brown and deluxe woodgrain versions but available in a variety of glaze colors.

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    Arizona Tiki Oasis I Mug a.k.a. Arizona Tiki Oasis 2019 Mug

    A mug shaped like a rootball tiki head from the nose up, emerging from some green shrubbery. This is the event mug issued for the first ever Arizona Tiki Oasis, the twin event to the San Diego Tiki Oasis. This was held at the Valley Ho resort (est. 1956) in Old Town Scottsdale.

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    Frankie's Tiki Room Bombora's Blast Mug

    Bombora's Blast was designed by Marcus Pizzuti and manufactured by Tiki Farm for Frankie's Tiki Room in Las Vegas, NV. The mug is a gray volcano with a red lava rim and features Frankie's logo tiki in brown with his little football-shaped head. He just couldn't be cuter. Second edition introduced in 2012 has a gray, not brown, logo tiki.

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    Aku Aku Moai with Lid

    This stout moai is an orangish-brown color somewhat squarish in shape, and has a lid with two straw holes. Marked "AKU AKU Las Vegas" in black on the bottom, it comes from the Aku Aku at the Stardust Casino.

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    Hukilau 2014 Cannibal Mug in Lava

    This mug was inspired by a cannibal Tiki shown on a map at the Bali-Hai in San Diego which features Tikis from all over Polynesia. The cannibal was also once used by the Mai-Kai on their front doors, their matchbooks, their menus and much more. The mug features "The Final Aloha" on the back side – as this mug was designed and sculpted prior to the announcement that the event was continuing. This design was made in two colors -- Lava (a brownish blue rutile glaze) and Sunset (a tan and brown glaze) -- with 150 of each. Total edition of 300 for this design.

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    Arizona Tiki Oasis III Mug - Blue - by SHAG

    This mug is shaped like a long tiki face with a triangular nose, small oval eyes, and three stripes on each cheek. Glazed in blue with yellow interior. Design by SHAG and manufactured by Bauer Pottery. This event mug was issued for the third annual Arizona Tiki Oasis, the twin event to the San Diego Tiki Oasis, and held on April 22nd-25th, 2021. This was held at the Valley Ho resort (est. 1956) in Old Town Scottsdale.

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    Mr. Bali Hai Concave OMC Mug a.k.a. Vintage Mr. Bali Hai

    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.

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    Sunken Shot - by Woody Miller

    From Woody's website:

    "This coral covered ancient relic was found on a diving mission sunken in a trench deep in the Pacific ocean, probably thrown overboard after doing shots while pirates prepare to board. "

    These came in a variety of colors and were numbered.

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    Undertow Coconut Mug a.k.a. Wiki-Wiki Coconut Mug For Undertow

    This is a coconut shaped mug marked for Undertow in Phoenix, AZ. Glazed in a matte iron oxide reactive brown glaze. Released in October, 2018. This Wiki-Wiki Coconut Mug was also used by Tiki Farm for other locations, including Clifton's Pacific Seas and The Grass Skirt in Pacific Beach/San Diego, CA.

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    La Mariana Sharp-Toothed Ku Mug Brown

    This ku head mug has a large open mouth lined with many small, sharply pointed teeth. It has a small nose and slanted, almond-shaped eyes. Regular edition done in brown or green and limited edition of 50 with more glaze detail. Custom versions also made.

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    UnderTow Shrunken Head Captain Mallory Mug

    A mug shaped like the shrunken head of Captain Mallory. Green wipe glaze. Came with a matching paper coaster and swizzle stick. Released 04/12/2019 at UnderTow.

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    Tonga Hut 60th Anniversary Mug

    This is a mug shaped like a tall, elongated, orange Moai head with a white face. It is two-tone with most of the head, and the nose, glazed in orange. The face is white. The sides have special holders for custom tiki torch shaped swizzle sticks (orange and red). Designed by SHAG, sculpted by Patrick Vassar, and manufactured by Eekum Bookum. The mug was created to celebrate the Tonga Hut's 60th anniversary. It came with a drink card for the "Fire Bird" cocktail (a riff on the Jungle Bird), by Marie King, using Rum Fire Jamaican rum, Coruba dark rum, Campari, Cynar, simple syrup, lime juice, and pineapple juice.

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    Caliente Tropics Tiki Mug For Mod Palm Springs Event 2018 Green

    This is a mug shaped like a Tiki head with a rootball top, open mouth lined with teeth, small pushed-up nose, almond-shaped eyes, and tattoos on forehead and neck. It was manufactured by John and Janet Mulder of Eekum Bookum, sculpted by Patrick Vassar, and is based on one of the original Caliente Tropics Tikis — a Tiki which still stands on the grounds of the hotel today — that was carved in the 1960’s by Ed Crissman. This mug was produced in a green and also a brown glaze. The green was released purely for Modernism Week while the brown is a year-round issue.

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    Formosa Dragon & Pagoda Mug

    This is a mug shaped like a temple pagoda encircled by a dragon. Glazed in an "Jade Green" glaze. The Formosa has been a Hollywood icon since 1939.

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    Baby Doe Mug - First Edition - Teal Wash with Greenish Yellow Lei

    This Baby Doe Mug was a few years in the making. It features a stylized rendering of Baby Doe (who along with Otto hosts the annual Tiki Oasis in California) in her signature sunglass hat.

    This first edition is glazed in a teal wash with greenish yellow lei around neck.

    The design hearkens back to vintage ceramic head vases of the 1950s/60s. Baby Doe also wanted it to have a more cartoony/stylized face that could give the sense that it could be ANY tiki girl at Tiki Oasis. She resisted the original vision to make it photo-realistic and resemble her more closely. MP Ceramics perfected the vision after several exchanges and revisions.

    After the design was made, they turned it over to John Mulder of Eekum Bookum.

    The timing of the mug was supposed to come out for the 20th anniversary of Tiki Oasis in August 2020 but the COVID virus happened and the Oasis was turned into a virtual event without all the bells and whistles they had intended. She decided not to release the mug at that point.

    However, in December 2020, Baby Doe decided not to sit on them any longer and released them for sale through her Facebook page. They come complete with mini earrings designed by TeeKi Togs.

    The sale price is $125 which includes domestic shipping.

    A second edition in pink wash with orange lei around neck is also in the works...

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    Forbidden Island Tiki Mug - Matte Turquoise

    This turquoise 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. Glazed in a matte turquoise. Premiered 03/10/2021.

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    The Protector of Paradise - First Edition - by Eekum Bookum - for The Reef in Palm Springs #134

    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.

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    Milan Guanko's Kona Gold Mug Bloody a.k.a. Gilligan's Island Tiki Mug

    Milan Guanko's Kona Gold Tiki mug is inspired by a Tiki that appeared on the television show, Gilligan's Island. This Tiki has coffee bean shaped eyes and rough palm texture at the top of its head as well as the base. This mug was issued in a regular open edition, a limited edition, an Okolemaluna edition, a "bloody" edition, a paua shell purple edition, and custom editions. This is the bloody edition with a gray glaze and "blood" dripping down from the top of the mug.

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    The Reef Skin Diver Mug - First Edition - Blue

    Mug is a bust of a female skin diver in a bikini with dive mask and snorkel. Legend has it that this Diver Girl is the long-lost love of Diver Duke (who is represented by the Reef’s Diver Helmet mug). Also released in orange.

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    Lucky Ku - VenTiki 7th Anniversary Mug - Jungle Green / Black Wash #150

    Created by David Outline of Outl1n3 Island for the 7th anniversary of VenTiki in Ventura, California. The first 75 of the 150 edition is colored in Jungle Green with a black backwash. Some of the mugs had a white interior but most came with a black interior. The mug also came with a removable Bones/Fang V necklace that could be worn and a LED light for the mouth. The mug was released at VenTiki on August 8, 2020, with David on hand to sign them. The first 75 were sold out within a few hours.

    Distinguishing characteristics:

    Grey / Black Wash

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    VenTiki Lounge Rum Barrel - Second Edition - Dark Iron Oxide Brown

    This is the second edition of the VenTiki Rum Barrel mug. This rum barrel mug is a very dark iron oxide brown (almost black) with a slightly lighter brown wash. This mug is yours to keep when you order the $25 top shelf Mai Tai sold at the VenTiki Tiki Lounge and Lanai in Ventura, CA. This is also a Tiki Farm mug design that is rebranded and used at other Tiki Bars. This Wiki-Wiki (quick production/already designed) Rum Barrel was also used by Tiki Farm at Hala Kahiki and The Bruery among others. A first edition of the VenTiki barrel mug was also produced, in a lighter glossy brown glaze.

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    Cannibal Lava Glaze Tiki Limited Edition #34 a.k.a. Cannibal Lava Glaze Tiki LTD

    This cannibal tiki mug is inspired by Tahitian carvings depicting the cannibal trio and has a layered lava glaze over the wooden texture carved into the body of the piece and black glossy interior in open mouth.

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    Mai Kai Rum Barrel

    This brown rum barrel with black bands was produced by OMC. Marked "Mai Kai" in raised letters on front.

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    Tonga Room Porthole Bowl

    A round bowl made to look like rough hewn ship's planks with portholes and barnacles on the side. One porthole shows a tiki with fish netting and the other porthole opens out on a San Francisco trolley car scene. Marked "Tonga Room San Francisco" on side. Primarily gloss brown glaze but barnacles are white.

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    Jungle Bird Toucan Mug - Fourth Edition - Pink - by Whittle Wood Shop for The Jungle Bird

    A pink toucan bird perched with its mouth open. This was their special Valentine's Day glaze. There is also a light green mint, a gold, and an iridescent glaze.

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    Forbidden Island Volcano Bowl #30 a.k.a. Munktiki Forbidden Island Volcano Bowl

    This black volcano bowl was designed and produced by Munktiki. The exterior glaze is a cool lava black while the interior is a hot lava red. The volcano center is shaped like the Forbidden Island logo Tiki, Kapu, originally carved by Tiki Diablo.

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    Coco Skull - Limited Edition - Natural Coconut with Purple Interior by Menehune Design Group

    This mug is shaped like a coconut resting on a base of skulls. The last design to be issued by Menehune Design group.

    From website:

    "You’re going to go cuckoo for Coco Skulls! These guys possess a fiendish charm with just a dash of daring. They’re a little bit creepy, a little bit cute, and a whole lotta groovy. Before you know it, you’ll be sipping in spooky style from these groovy ghoulies.

    Natural coconut and skull coloring outside with a hearty dollop of drippy ghoulish purple on the inside. Limited edition of 50, numbered by the artist. Designed by Woodtiki for Menehune Design Group."

    There is also an Artist Proof edition.

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    Baby Doe Mug - First Edition - Teal Wash with Greenish Yellow Lei

    This Baby Doe Mug was a few years in the making. It features a stylized rendering of Baby Doe (who along with Otto hosts the annual Tiki Oasis in California) in her signature sunglass hat.

    This first edition is glazed in a teal wash with greenish yellow lei around neck.

    The design hearkens back to vintage ceramic head vases of the 1950s/60s. Baby Doe also wanted it to have a more cartoony/stylized face that could give the sense that it could be ANY tiki girl at Tiki Oasis. She resisted the original vision to make it photo-realistic and resemble her more closely. MP Ceramics perfected the vision after several exchanges and revisions.

    After the design was made, they turned it over to John Mulder of Eekum Bookum.

    The timing of the mug was supposed to come out for the 20th anniversary of Tiki Oasis in August 2020 but the COVID virus happened and the Oasis was turned into a virtual event without all the bells and whistles they had intended. She decided not to release the mug at that point.

    However, in December 2020, Baby Doe decided not to sit on them any longer and released them for sale through her Facebook page. They come complete with mini earrings designed by TeeKi Togs.

    The sale price is $125 which includes domestic shipping.

    A second edition in pink wash with orange lei around neck is also in the works...

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    Otagiri Volcano Insert

    This insert was made to convert any bowl into a volcano bowl. It is designed to have something flammable (often 151 rum) in it. The insert looks like a small cup (and might be mistaken for a small mug), with a yellow-brown glaze on the sides and dark red-brown "lava" dripping from the top. OMC sticker on bottom.

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    Wendy Cevola Custom Tiki Bob

    Each Custom Tiki Bob by Wendy Cevola is a one-of-a-kind piece with different features and glazing, but still retaining elements of the original Bob design.

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    Wendy Cevola Custom Tiki Bob

    Each Custom Tiki Bob by Wendy Cevola is a one-of-a-kind piece with different features and glazing, but still retaining elements of the original Bob design.

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    Marquesan Tiki Mug - by Tiki Diablo - For Smuggler's Cove

    This is a Marquesan tiki mug from Danny "Tiki Diablo" Gallardo made exclusively for Smuggler's Cove in San Francisco. This original design is Tiki Diablo's artistic interpretation of the historic Marquesan-style tiki that resides above the pond at Smuggler's Cove with barnacles added to better suit Smuggler's nautical theme.

    This tiki was carved by Eli Hedley and sold in the 1950s at his Island Trade Store (which also had a location in Disneyland and where a similar tiki stood for over a decade in the park). This tiki was sold to Trader Dick's in Sparks, NV where it stood outside the entrance until placed indoors when Trader Dick's moved inside the nearby Nugget Hotel & Casino. When Trader Dick's closed in 2014, the tiki was purchased and displayed at Smuggler's Cove.

    This mug was sold online only during the Covid quarantine shutdown and sold out quickly in a single day.

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    Killer Ku - 12th Anniversary Mug - Blue - by Bosko - for Frankie's Tiki Room

    This is a mug shaped like a stylized Ku tiki head. It has diamond shaped eyes, a triangular nose and roughly dogbone-shaped mouth.

    Similar to the sculpt for Bosko's previous "Lost Ku" but with addition of teeth and hands held in front beneath chin.

    The glaze is a stone-like blue with green highlights. Depending on the position in the kiln some even have a metallic effect.

    Marked for Frankie's Tiki Room 12th anniversary on reverse.