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    Volcano Village Mug

    A volcano shaped mug featuring a Tiki flanked by torches, a fish, a toucan, and tropical foliage. This mug has a wraparound scenic design glazed in a “retro tangerine” primary glaze with a washed scenic foreground.

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    Enchanted Orator 2 "The Charmer" - Blue / Yellow

    This mug is shaped like a standing, Papua New Guinea style tiki with its tongue out. Wood grain pattern. "The Charmer," is the second design in the 2020 Enchanted Orator series. Jungle Modern Ceramics describes this mug: "Where 'The Giver' left us with hope, 'The Charmer' hits us with a strong dose of hypnotic venom, to help us make it through 2020."

    This mug was originally released in Orange / White (20), Red / White (15), Blue / Yellow (15), Orange / Turquoise (5), Yellow / Turquoise (5), Super Carved Custom Glazed Edition (10) and Various Artist Proofs (10) for a total of 80 mugs in this edition.

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    Pele Decanter - Open Edition - Black Lava Glaze - by Sven Kirsten a.k.a. Power of Pele Decanter 2nd Edition

    This is decanter shaped like a female tiki and with a cork topper shaped like a flame.

    From Tiki Farm:

    "Sven Kirsten designed this lava-textured example of female power. Inspired by a wooden statue that was located at the defunct 'The Tikis' theme park, it translates to the Pele rising from the erupting lava flow. He published a photograph of this particular tiki in the Book of Tiki, page 187. He and Tiki Farm are delighted to offer this open edition for everyone to enjoy. It measures 14 1/4 inches to the tip-top of its red flame topper. Sven describes this piece being an 'object of desire' and a highly-stylized mid-century Tiki art at its best!"

    Sven Kirsten released a limited edition in purple on his personal web store, True Tiki, before the release of this open edition in black by Tiki Farm.

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    The Cannibal Bowl - First Edition - Blue Exterior with Orange Interior - by Bosko - for False Idol

    This bowl is supported by three tiki figures that show the progressive Tahitian Cannibal motif (hunter, catcher, digestor). The interior features a skull stack that acts as a volcano reservoir to light on fire (using overproof rum, or lemon or lime extract).

    From Bosko's website:

    The Cannibal Bowl, a ceramic piece Bosko designed for False Idol, we’re selling this color version of 40 only. This bowl required two separate molds, four glaze colors, three firings, a genuine pain thus the low numbered edition. The glaze is a variable blue with slight orange / yellow undertones, Inside is a bright Orange, the skull stack inside is a blueish white. Red inside the cup. Stands about 5 inches tall x 10"x 10".

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    The Guardian - by Moore Monsters - for Home Aloha Company

    This tiki mug is shaped like a giant and weathered stone tiki statue with a row of stone steps leading up to it -- a glowing fish float held in its hands.

    From the Home Aloha Co. website:

    "After your long and arduous journey, lost in the dark jungle, a beacon of light, beckons you. You have successfully arrived at the Guardian Idol.

    Created by an ancient race, this represents your passage to safety. Only those who possess the key may pass though this sacred doorway.

    GUARDIAN IDOL Mug features a waterproof 'fish float' style green LED light, the sacred key (which doubles as a bottle opener), sticker, and cocktail recipe.

    This mug will be an initial edition of 100 in this weathered stone glaze, with green vine accents, and a fern green and yellow wash interior. Hand glazed by artist Jim Moore, each one will vary slightly, making them all unique. We will be releasing these 50 at a time.

    The GUARDIAN IDOL Mug by Home Aloha Company. Sculpted and manufactured by Jim Moore for Moore Monsters."

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    Godzilla 74 Mug - First Edition - Gray - by MONDO

    From MONDO's website:

    "Rising from the waves off the Tokyo coast is pop culture's preeminent prehistoric powerhouse himself, the gargantuan GODZILLA. In tribute to seven decades of reptilian wrath, artists Hector Arce, Michael Bonanno and Tufan Sezer have tiki-fied cinema's most iconic lizard for the first time EVER, circa his battle-heavy, blood-soaked 1974 fan favorite GODZILLA VS. MECHAGODZILLA. Perched upon a Pacific tsunami and ready to annihilate his destructive digital doppelganger (while also providing you with radioactive refreshment), the GODZILLA '74 Tiki Mug is a monumental masterwork of dinosaur drinkware."

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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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    Tiki-Ti Ray's Mistake Mug a.k.a. Tiki-Ti House Mug

    This is the house mug for the Tiki-Ti shaped like a cylindrical mug but resembling the building itself. It is a little replica of the place...the original front door...and Ray, peeking out of a window covered in Tapa cloth and giving a "shaka" sign. Primarily brown, but includes tan, yellow, and black as well. Red interior. Released in limited edition on Friday, January 6th, 2017. The "Ray's Mistake" cocktail originated in 1968 and is named after Ray Buhen. It is a super secret formula known to contain Passion Fruit and Coruba Rum, among various other exotic flavors.

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    The Cannibal Bowl - First Edition - Blue Exterior with Orange Interior - by Bosko - for False Idol

    This bowl is supported by three tiki figures that show the progressive Tahitian Cannibal motif (hunter, catcher, digestor). The interior features a skull stack that acts as a volcano reservoir to light on fire (using overproof rum, or lemon or lime extract).

    From Bosko's website:

    The Cannibal Bowl, a ceramic piece Bosko designed for False Idol, we’re selling this color version of 40 only. This bowl required two separate molds, four glaze colors, three firings, a genuine pain thus the low numbered edition. The glaze is a variable blue with slight orange / yellow undertones, Inside is a bright Orange, the skull stack inside is a blueish white. Red inside the cup. Stands about 5 inches tall x 10"x 10".

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    The Passenger Tortoise Skull Mug - First Edition - by Flounder - for Tiki Farm

    This is a mug shaped like a tattooed skull perched upon a tortoise.

    The name for this design was inspired by a song performed by Iggy Pop off of his 1977 album “Lust for Life”… the song title… “The Passenger”.

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    The Creature From the Black Lagoon - Second Edition - Blue & Red 3-D Variant by MONDO

    The Creature from the Black Lagoon from Mondo, 2nd edition 3-D variant of the Creature mug with a base blue glaze and a red wipe finish to mimic the effect of the blue and red lenses on 3-D glasses. Mondo released a set of Universal Monsters, including the Wolfman, The Mummy, the Phantom of the Opera and the Creature from the Black Lagoon. Other editions of the four Universal Monsters were released shortly after. Designed by Doug P’Gosh and sculpted by Matthew Black. There is also a First Edition with a yellow base glaze and "Gillman Green" wipe overglaze.

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    King of Kapu - Test Glaze - for The Reef

    A severed head mug sold exclusively through Rory Snyder of The Reef tiki bar in Palm Springs, California. The head wears a pith helmet decorated with a small tiki on front. The mug is made to look like Rory Snyder, owner of The Reef, who is also good friends with John Mulder of Eekum Bookum. The first 100 mugs of the open edition with yellow helmet was released on October 1, 2020 and immediately sold out. A delicious libation was created for this mug by The Reef’s Cameron Robbins, called “Wildsville’s Wrong Turn”. This particular mug is a test glaze, and as such is unique in color and detail. Multiple test glaze versions were sold on eBay through Rory Snyder.

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    Alien Queen Mug - Hive Variant - Black and Silver - by MONDO

    Aliens is an American science fiction action horror film franchise written and directed by James Cameron.

    From their website:

    "Ceramic mug inspired by both Tiki culture and the James Cameron classic, the Alien Queen tiki mug is hand made and holds 22 ounces. In addition to her, this mug also comes with 1 Facehugger swizzle stick and 1 Chestburster swizzle stick. In space, no one can hear you scream...but they can watch you drink! This glaze is the Hive variant, which features a black glaze, with platinum highlights, and green interior!"

    Though similar to the previous Aliens mugs by Mondo, this Queen mug has a smoother face and instead of one set of large-fingered hands in front has multiple arms with smaller hands hanging down. Released in several glaze colors, including Robin Shell Blue, Brown, Bone, Black & Silver, Green, and Blue.

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    Voodoo Goddess - First/Limited Edition - Dried Blood Red - by Tank Standing Buffalo

    From the Tiki Farm website:

    "We proudly bring you another radical design by long time Tiki Farm friend and collaborator, Tank Standing Buffalo. Introducing our brand new “Voodoo Goddess” mug, aka “Mama May”. Tank can push the darker end of the design spectrum every now and then and we are very happy to support and promote his creative energies when he does. You probably remember Tank’s super popular “VooDude” mug which sold out very quickly. Do not miss your chance to get your hands on Tank’s newest creation shown here in a Limited Edition of 250 in a glaze variation we’ve named “Dried Blood”. Peek around the design and you’ll see fun added elements such as skulls, flickering Tiki torches, a jug of hooch, a little stuffed animal, dripping candles, and… who do you spy on the back mantle… is it… yes it is… it’s VOODUDE!"

    There was also a second edition released in 2021 in "Mardi Gras Green".

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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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    Mele Hoa Tiki Mug - Satin Green with Gunmetal Gray Wash - by Rainforest Tiki

    From the Tiki Farm website:

    "An absolutely wonderful, very playful mug sculpted & designed by Daniel Scarcello aka Rainforesttiki. This is our second design by Daniel and personally, though I dig them both, this one is my favorite. “Mele Hoa” features two stylized Tiki-inspired characters with the fellow up top holding a Tiki mask over his face. Perched on top of the lower fellow totem-style, there are dashes of symbology to be found on the mug, though I have no idea what it means… I just love it! Ultimately perched upon an outcropping of foliage and a pedestaled lava, skull-flanked base – it’s super fun and super creative! Glazed in a beautiful, all-new satin green with a gunmetal grey wash, the detailing is very strong and the mug’s detailing shows through so nicely in this glaze combination."

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    Cobra - by Makatiki a.k.a. Cobra's Fang - by Makatiki

    This is a new take on the traditional Cobra's Fang style of mug first made popular at Don the Beachcomber's and Tonga Lei by Vermonde and later with Spurlin at the Los Angeles Islander. The cobra twines around the mug, which is wood-grained like a trunk or branch, and the snake's head arches over the top of the rim.

    Some of this design first went into use at the Nu Lounge Bar in Bologna, Italy. Those versions also had a small plaque on the front reading "Cobra". The ones shown in the Makatiki online storefront do not.

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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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    Creature Trophy Mug - by Big Toe

    This is a mug shaped like an upside down shrunken head version of the Creature From The Black Lagoon of the Universal Studios monsters film franchise.

    Perhaps a nod to the classic Ren Clark Severed Head mug also as this head has fresh blood dripping from the neck.

    These were released through Big Toe's Etsy store starting with a first drop of slightly less than half the finished run of 150 mugs on 12/11/2020. The second drop of the remaining mugs was scheduled for before Christmas.

    These were also accompanied by a custom Big Toe PNG arrowhead swizzle, a mini print of his new creature painting, and a recipe card for the "Swamp Angel" cocktail.

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    Bruce The Shark Mug Poster Variant by MONDO

    This mug is modeled after "Bruce", the great white shark in the film Jaws, which debuted in 1975 and was directed by Steven Spielberg. This "Poster Variant" in blue and gray modeled after the original poster is one of a few variants, including a "Standard Variant" in white and gray with red details (un-numbered open edition), "Chum Variant" in wipe-away red glaze (limited to 400) and an "Amity Variant" in wipe-away blue glaze (limited to 360). There is also a "ComicCon 2019 Variant" in sandstone brown with dark brown wipe glaze (limited to 200). Each mug also includes a translucent red swizzle stick "swimmer" that helps re-create the classic 1975 film poster with the swimmer directly above the shark's mouth.

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    Lukluk Tiki Mug - Jungle Brown - by Ken Ruzic - for Tiki Farm

    From Tiki Farm's website:

    "Lukluk is Tok-Pisin (Papua New Guinea pidgin) for the English language terms 'Look after… stare, gaze, glance, watch'.

    Who better to look after you and your cocktail than this masked sentinel designed by long time Tiki Farm contributing artist Ken 'Little Lost Tiki' Ruzic?

    And if you look closely, you'll see that sometimes eyes are not where you would truly expect them!

    Look closely… you'll find TWO sets of eyes staring back at you!

    Hiding in the leafy underbrush, Lukluk will remain a constant guardian of your home Tiki bar and a faithful vessel for your favorite libation!

    Available in either jungle distressed wooden brown or a beautiful citrusy lime green!

    Hiding behind his giant mask, Lukluk will keep an eye out for fun at your next shindig!"

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    Lukluk - Citrus Lime Green - by Ken Ruzic - for Tiki Farm

    From Tiki Farm's website:

    "Lukluk is Tok-Pisin (Papua New Guinea pidgin) for the English language terms 'Look after… stare, gaze, glance, watch'.

    Who better to look after you and your cocktail than this masked sentinel designed by long time Tiki Farm contributing artist Ken 'Little Lost Tiki' Ruzic?

    And if you look closely, you'll see that sometimes eyes are not where you would truly expect them!

    Look closely… you'll find TWO sets of eyes staring back at you!

    Hiding in the leafy underbrush, Lukluk will remain a constant guardian of your home Tiki bar and a faithful vessel for your favorite libation!

    Available in either jungle distressed wooden brown or a beautiful citrusy lime green!

    Hiding behind his giant mask, Lukluk will keep an eye out for fun at your next shindig!"

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    Rocket Rider - First Edition - by Paul Nielsen - for Munktiki

    This mug was created by Paul Nielsen and is a continuation of his Skull Monkey amusement ride series. It shows Skull Monkey with a ray gun and riding a rocket. Glazed in teal blue.

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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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    Pineapple King - Amber Stain - The Classics Collection - by Tank Standing Buffalo - for Tiki Farm

    This is a mug shaped like a Lono tiki with tall headdress that incorporates a pineapple. This version is in an amber stain and there is one in a brown stain as well.

    From the Tiki Farm website:

    "'The Pineapple King', the Hawaiian Tiki God Lono, is the inspiration here with a simplified version of its classic headdress but with one addition – the inclusion of a pineapple. The pineapple itself is the Hawaiian symbol for 'Welcome'. We thought that having a sculpted welcoming element included in our new Lono-inspired mug would simply add a bit of levity to the design as well as an added storyline allowing you to explain to your friends the welcoming nature of the pineapple in Hawaiian culture."

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    The Passenger Tortoise Skull Mug - First Edition - by Flounder - for Tiki Farm

    This is a mug shaped like a tattooed skull perched upon a tortoise.

    The name for this design was inspired by a song performed by Iggy Pop off of his 1977 album “Lust for Life”… the song title… “The Passenger”.

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

    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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    The Child "Baby Yoda" Mug with Soup Bowl - Light Green - by Geeki Tikis a.k.a. Child with Bowl

    This mug is based on a character from the Disney+ Star Wars series, The Mandalorian, and is named "Grogu" although he is often referred to as "The Child" or "Baby Yoda".

    This version of the character is holding a soup bowl. There are other mug variants where he is holding a frog or is in "Force Pose" with his eyes closed. There are also a set of mini mugs where the character is holding the frog, eating the frog, or maintaining "Force Pose" with eyes closed.

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    The Mandalorian Mug - in Beskar Steel Gray - by Geeki Tikis

    This mug is based on the main character from the Disney+ Star Wars series, The Mandalorian.

    The Mandalorian is basically a science fiction version of a Paladin/knight in shining armor. He lives by a set of rigid codes, one of which is never to remove his helmet. In the series, he becomes the protector of Grogu (often referred to as The Child or Baby Yoda) whose literal blood is sought after by the evil scientists of the old Empire who wish to make force-sensitive clones for their dastardly plans. The Mandalorian dresses in special armor made from Beskar steel which is from his home planet and is resistant even to direct laser blasts or hits from a lightsaber.

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    The Cannibal Bowl - First Edition - Blue Exterior with Orange Interior - by Bosko - for False Idol

    This bowl is supported by three tiki figures that show the progressive Tahitian Cannibal motif (hunter, catcher, digestor). The interior features a skull stack that acts as a volcano reservoir to light on fire (using overproof rum, or lemon or lime extract).

    From Bosko's website:

    The Cannibal Bowl, a ceramic piece Bosko designed for False Idol, we’re selling this color version of 40 only. This bowl required two separate molds, four glaze colors, three firings, a genuine pain thus the low numbered edition. The glaze is a variable blue with slight orange / yellow undertones, Inside is a bright Orange, the skull stack inside is a blueish white. Red inside the cup. Stands about 5 inches tall x 10"x 10".

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    Keahi Woodgrain Brown

    A tall and skinny mug with a simple Tiki Bob style closed smile, long nose, and vertically placed almond eyes. This design was released in a matte orange wipe-away glaze and also a glossy woodgrain brown glaze.

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    Witch Doctor a.k.a. Witch Doctor by Munktiki Imports for Pleasant Tiki

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    Gamma Gamma Hey Coconut Mug - First Edition - Blue - by Munktiki Imports - for House of Tabu

    This mid-century modern coconut mug features a wrap-around atomic pattern and is glazed in a gloss cyan blue on the outside with a white interior glaze.

    Comes in a custom collector's box with an original drink recipe card and cocktail ornaments. Manufactured by Munktiki Imports.

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    Harvey's Lake Tahoe Bucket Mug with Script Font

    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.

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

    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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    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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    The Child "Baby Yoda" Mug with Soup Bowl - Light Green - by Geeki Tikis a.k.a. Child with Bowl

    This mug is based on a character from the Disney+ Star Wars series, The Mandalorian, and is named "Grogu" although he is often referred to as "The Child" or "Baby Yoda".

    This version of the character is holding a soup bowl. There are other mug variants where he is holding a frog or is in "Force Pose" with his eyes closed. There are also a set of mini mugs where the character is holding the frog, eating the frog, or maintaining "Force Pose" with eyes closed.

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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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    The Child "Baby Yoda" Mug with Frog - Light Green - by Geeki Tikis a.k.a. Child With Frog

    This mug is based on a character from the Disney+ Star Wars series, The Mandalorian, and is named "Grogu" although he is often referred to as "The Child" or "Baby Yoda".

    This version of the character is holding a frog and about to eat it. There are other mug variants where he has his eyes closed in "Force Pose" or is holding a soup bowl. There are also a set of mini mugs where the character is holding the frog, eating the frog, or maintaining "Force Pose" with eyes closed.

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    The Passenger Tortoise Skull Mug - First Edition - by Flounder - for Tiki Farm

    This is a mug shaped like a tattooed skull perched upon a tortoise.

    The name for this design was inspired by a song performed by Iggy Pop off of his 1977 album “Lust for Life”… the song title… “The Passenger”.

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    Yipwon Mug - First Anniversary of the Bamboo Club in Long Beach California - Light Blue

    This light blue mug was sold at the Bamboo Club in Long Beach, California for their first anniversary. The mug was designed By Holden Westland and made by Tiki Farm. The mug was inspired by Papua New Guinea Yipwon spirit figures. Light blue with minor brown highlights.

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    Elegant Bastard Mug White a.k.a. MOD Palm Springs Event Mug White 2016

    This is a white mug based on the classic Suffering Bastard body design. Designed by SHAG. Manufactured by Eekum Bookum (John Mulder). High-fired stoneware for pickup at event only. Measures 6.5" Tall x 4" Deep x 3.5" Wide.

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    Arizona Tiki Oasis II Mug - Blue - by SHAG a.k.a. Arizona Tiki Oasis 2020 Mug Blue

    This is a mug shaped like a long faced tiki with coffee bean shaped eyes, a long narrow nose, puckered mouth, and hands held in front. Wood grain. Design by SHAG and manufactured by Bauer Pottery. This event mug was issued in a terra cotta orange glaze for the second annual 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. This blue version is a smaller edition of 100 mugs for the SHAG Store in Palm Springs.

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    The Art of Tiki Mug Open Edition a.k.a. The Art of Tiki Mug Third Edition

    This mug is based on a Milan Guanko tiki pictured in Sven Kirsten's The Art of Tiki and formerly used on menus by The Islands Restaurant in Phoenix, AZ (which opened in 1958 and was later known as "Tommy Wong's Islands" in the 1970s). The tiki has simple features with half-circle eyes, a long nose, rectangular mouth, and stylized rootball hair on top. Concept for mug by Sven. Sculpt by THOR. The first edition in dark brown was sold exclusively through La Luz de Jesus Gallery's "Art of Tiki" Show and book signing starting October 6, 2017. Presented by Otto Von Stroheim & Sven Kirsten. The second edition was in an orange glaze. This third and open edition in tan has a dark brown wash to pick out details.

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    The Marvelous Mai-Tai Machine Bucket Mug

    This bucket mug is part of a set of four bucket mugs and a pitcher. The bucket mugs each feature a happy little imbibing Menehune. The pitcher measures 7 5/8” in height and features a lashed-bamboo inspired handle and a wraparound scene of menehunes operating a Rube Goldberg-like machine to make mai-tais.

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    The Marvelous Mai-Tai Machine Pitcher

    This pitcher is part of a set including the pitcher and four bucket mugs. The pitcher measures 7 5/8” in height and features a lashed-bamboo inspired handle and a wraparound scene of menehunes operating a Rube Goldberg-like machine to make mai-tais. The four bucket mugs each feature a happy little imbibing Menehune.