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    Doom Altar First Edition by Trader Brandon a.k.a. Indiana Jones & The Temple of Doom Skull Altar Mug

    This mug is based off a set piece in the film, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1996). At the center of the smaller side of the temple stood a large statue of Kali and an altar in the shape of a skull that housed the Sankara Stones (which glowed when activated). This mug has a natural brown stoneware finish and includes an insert glassware and glow cube to allow for inner glowing while drinking. When not used as a drinking vessel, remove the inner glass and use the Altar as a candle holder or other decorative piece. Also came with a drink recipe card.

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    Forbidden Ruins Mug Tan

    Dating back to the 12th or 13th century, located in Angkor Thom, the faces of the Khmer temple in Cambodia have long watched over adventurers and explorers. Trader Brandon designed this mug to look like the replica stone face located in Disneyland's Jungle Cruise ride. Available in two glaze colors: green (directly from Trader Brandon's web page) and brown/tan (from Kon Tiki Tucson). Produced by Munktiki Imports.

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    Orca Barrel Mug From Jaws

    A mug designed to look like one of the three yellow float barrels used to track down the missing great white shark in the film, JAWS (1975). The lid of this mug has a hole for a straw that was designed to look like a missing cap. A three-barrel pack of these mugs was sold in limited quantities (50) and came with an autographed art print by Production Designer Joe Alves. Designed by Joe Alves, Trader Brandon, and Clint Shultz. Manufactured by Munktiki Imports. Sold through Trader Brandon online.

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    Calling All Spirits Cocktail Glass - by Jeff Granito

    Mai-tai/double-rocks glass that depicts a "tikified" style image of Madam Leota and the Hitchhiking ghosts from Disney's Haunted Mansion attraction. This glass is sold as a set with blue and orange variants. These were released as part of Jeff Granito's "Calling All Spirits" line of products, and sold primarily through etsy.

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    Quint Mug - by Trader Duck

    In the film Jaws (1975), Quint was a grizzled, seasoned shark hunter, who resided on the Island of Amity, MA in the shanty seaside port of Menemsha.

    His hatred of sharks goes back to his time in the service during WWII...

    Played by actor Robert Shaw, at one point in the film Quint delivers a soliloquy fit for the Globe Theatre about the horrors surrounding the torpedoing of the USS Indianapolis where those who survived the torpedo attack still faced several days in the Pacific Ocean, drifting between life and death, dehydration and shark attacks. As Quint states: "Eleven hundred men went into the water, 316 men came out and the sharks took the rest.”

    Trader Duck's mug captures the visage of the shark hunter. Made in small batches of 20 or less and sold to Facebook buyers through a lottery selection method as each new batch is ready.

    "The back of the mug has an open pair of shark jaws and Quint's favorite toast: "Here's to swimmin with bow-legged women."

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    Mug Of Mugs - TikiLand Mug Society Edition - Deep Brown With Black Wipe

    From Tikiland Trading:

    "Introducing the 'Mug of Mugs'. This tiki mug pays homage to some of our favorite classic tiki mugs, while PNG style masks lean on this bamboo tiki mug rack.

    When brainstorming this tiki mug, Lost Tiki had an idea for some type of wooden tiki mug rack which featured tiki mugs, and PNG style masks. He drew out some rough sketches and then brainstormed with Tiki TOny and Tom 'Thor' Thordarson. Thor was able to capture the essence of the idea in his sketch (which is featured on the recipe card) and we all loved what he conceptualized. A true master of his craft, Thor absolutely nailed the sculpt of this mug, painstakingly sculpting each individual tiki mug that is featured on the racks. From the Bumatay to Tiki Bob, we hope you love this design as much as we do.

    The 'Mug of Mugs' comes with a custom recipe 'Drink of Drinks' created by Kelly Merrell."

    *This version was an exclusive for TikiLand Mug Society members and had an all-over brown glaze with a deep brown/black wipe, in a satin finish. Soon after, on 12/10/2021, a glossy brown glazed Limited Classic Edition of 400 was released.

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    Pirate At The Helm Mug - First Edition - by THOR - for Tikiland Trading Company a.k.a. Pirate At The Helm Mug - Full Color Edition - by THOR - for Tikiland Trading Company

    From Tikiland Trading Company:

    "Maritime legend tells of a fine pirate that sailed the Pacific searching to add to his growing collection of Tiki carvings from the islands he explored.

    So fascinated with this art form, he wove their beauty into the wooden skin of his galleon! But great and mighty were the squalls that locked their talons grip upon his sails and left them tattered and a flutter!

    The lighting and beckoning of Davy Jones took life and flesh from both ship and captain, leaving him lifeless, with iron grip at the great ship's helm. His crimson red frock coat shredded and fluttering like the tell tails of a jib. His bones bleached from the salty sea and scorching sun. Yet he remains fast to the wheel...on a ghost ship destined for lands unknown.

    Pirate at the Helm, a continuation of Thor’s pirate tiki mug series is limited to 300 mugs, and comes with a custom tiki cocktail recipe crafted by Kelly Merrell.

    This ceramic tiki mug is was designed by Thor, sculpted by Thor, and is one of our first two mugs that has been manufactured in-house at TikiLand Trading Co. by the same team that previously made mugs released by Thor Arts!"

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    Three Dots and a Dash Fijian Mermaid Mug Purple Wipe Glaze a.k.a. Three Dots and a Dash Fiji Mermaid Second Edition, Three Dots and a Dash Feejee Mermaid Second Edition

    This is a mug shaped like a Fijian Mermaid sideshow gaffe. The Fijian mermaid (also Fiji or Feejee mermaid) was an object comprising the torso and head of a juvenile monkey sewn to the back half of a fish. It was a common feature of sideshows, where it was presented as the mummified body of a creature that was supposedly half mammal and half fish. Designed by THOR and produced by Tiki Farm. First released in blue for the First Anniversary celebration of Three Dots And A Dash. This version is glazed with a purple hand-wiped glaze, leaving much of the mug white, but picking out details in darker purple.

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    UnderTow Panther Skull Mug

    A mug shaped like a panther skull.

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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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    Arizona Tiki Oasis II Mug - Terra Cotta Orange - by SHAG a.k.a. Arizona Tiki Oasis 2020 Mug

    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. Terra Cotta orange exterior with light aqua blue interior. Design by SHAG and manufactured by Bauer Pottery. This event mug was issued 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. There was also a smaller edition of 100 mugs in a blue glaze for the SHAG Store in Palm Springs.

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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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    Cannibal of Doom - by Tiki tOny - for TikiLand Trading Co.

    This mug is a hybrid design of the golden Chachapoya Fertility Idol featured in the 1981 film, Raiders of the Lost Ark, and cannibal/tiki imagery.

    Designed by Tiki tOny and sculpted by THOR. Produced by TikiLand Trading Co.

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    Floral Tiki Goddess - by Critterosity - for Tikiland Trading Company

    This mug is shaped like the head of a wide-eyed wahine, with black hair, a long neck, and crowned with a beautiful circlet of white & pink hibiscus flowers.

    From Tikiland Trading:

    "Floral Tiki Goddess was inspired by the art of Critterosity. Tiki Tony saw one of her pieces and thought it would make a gorgeous tiki mug and we all agreed! Eva has made a wonderful addition to our TikiLand Trading Co. marketplace events, and her hand painted tiki mug collaborations with Johnny Velour have sold out in lightning speed at the events.

    Artist Eva, of Critterosity, enjoys dreaming up Tiki Goddesses to escape and imagine the beauty of the islands. The Goddesses she designs are unique in their own way as they each contribute to nature. The Floral Tiki Goddess wears upon her head a crown filled with the colorful life she has.

    Floral Tiki Goddess is limited to 300 mugs, and comes with a custom tiki cocktail recipe crafted by Kelly Merrell.

    This ceramic tiki mug is was designed by Critterosity, sculpted by Thor, and is one of our first two mugs that has been manufactured in-house at TikiLand Trading Co. by the same team that previously made mugs released by Thor Arts!"

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    Pirate At The Helm Mug - First Edition - by THOR - for Tikiland Trading Company a.k.a. Pirate At The Helm Mug - Full Color Edition - by THOR - for Tikiland Trading Company

    From Tikiland Trading Company:

    "Maritime legend tells of a fine pirate that sailed the Pacific searching to add to his growing collection of Tiki carvings from the islands he explored.

    So fascinated with this art form, he wove their beauty into the wooden skin of his galleon! But great and mighty were the squalls that locked their talons grip upon his sails and left them tattered and a flutter!

    The lighting and beckoning of Davy Jones took life and flesh from both ship and captain, leaving him lifeless, with iron grip at the great ship's helm. His crimson red frock coat shredded and fluttering like the tell tails of a jib. His bones bleached from the salty sea and scorching sun. Yet he remains fast to the wheel...on a ghost ship destined for lands unknown.

    Pirate at the Helm, a continuation of Thor’s pirate tiki mug series is limited to 300 mugs, and comes with a custom tiki cocktail recipe crafted by Kelly Merrell.

    This ceramic tiki mug is was designed by Thor, sculpted by Thor, and is one of our first two mugs that has been manufactured in-house at TikiLand Trading Co. by the same team that previously made mugs released by Thor Arts!"

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    Tiki tOny's Tiki Santa Tiki Mug

    This is a mug shaped like a tiki wearing a Santa hat and sitting on a nest of skulls.

    Designed by Tiki tOny, sculpted By Thor, and produced by the team at TikiLand Trading Co.

    From the TikiLand Trading website:

    "This is what happens when two holidays collide in one tiki mug.

    'It was the nightscare before Tikimas, and Tiki Santa sits perched on his nest of milky white skulls. He peers and keeps watch over a bubbling, brewing bowl. Steaming with minty sweet candy and spider web mummies, sizzles his cauldron of winter, dust and honey! Summer’s long fingers stretch pulling Fall toward pumpkins and spice whirling a wind into whispering white. With a twitch of his nose the spiders carefully creep in.

    Tiki Santa sits stoic upon his throne of bones Patiently waiting for his diabolical draught, recalling jovial times of pine scents and snow. He whispers goodnight and all are affright!' "

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    Kunga Kong - Limited Edition - by Lost Temple Traders

    This is a mug shaped like a snarling ape head wearing a necklace of alternating yellow diamond and round red beads.

    From the Lost Temple Traders website:

    "On our most recent expedition, we were met with an ominous warning from the locals. 'Kunga Kong is coming!' Could it be? The beast of legend would finally make an appearance? Kunga Kong is a hand-made collaboration between Lost Temple Traders, Tickled Tiki, and sculptor Dale Silva. Limited to 150 pieces, it measures 6.5 inches tall and holds 21 oz. of your favorite beverage."

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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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    El Calerte Jade Mask Mug - for UnderTow 5 Year Anniversary - by Tiki Diablo

    This mug is shaped like a skull missing its bottom jaw, with the top half covered in pieces of jade, and with golden eyes.

    The Aztecs and Mayans and other cultures from the Americas revered jade as a precious material and there are many examples of jade-covered masks and skulls that have been unearthed from these regions.

    The “El Calerte” Jade Mask took over a year from concept to creation. The mug was made in a super limited run of 200 for the 5th year anniversary of the Undertow tiki bar in Phoenix, Arizona (at its new larger and more immersive location at The Century Grand).

    This mug is near and dear to the artist himself, as it represents a tribute to his heritage and indigenous cultures tied to Arizona and beyond.

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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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    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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    Tiki Farm Trader Mort's Mug Green a.k.a. Tiki Farm Trader Mort's Mug Second Edition

    This green second edition of the Trader Mort's mug was manufactured by Tiki Farm in 2017. The first edition was released in 2015. The mug features the face of the Maori style Tiki which still stands in front of Trader Mort's Liquor in Shelter Island, carved by Eli Hedley. The back features three smaller Tiki masks.