This is a 2022 variant of the official Home Bar Guide To Tropical Cocktails tiki pendant. The design of a Bumatay tiki holding a mid century modern butterfly roof house was originally chosen by "Trader" Tom Morgan and Kelly "Hiphipahula" Reilly but this version has the house swapped for an Oceanic Arts emblem to commemorate Bob and Leroy's retirement in 2022. Sculpted and manufactured by Tiki Al. Beads chosen and strung by Trader Tom. Tiki Al made a small handful of this variant. He also made an Oceanic Arts Moai Pendant holding the same emblem.
This Jumbo Limited Edition pin was inspired by Steven Miller, Project Manager for Disney Pin Trading at the Walt Disney World® Resort. Steven's design resembles a postcard and features Mickey Mouse in a tropical outfit. When asked about his Pinbassador Inspirations, Steven replied, "For every good odyssey, it is customary to send postcard greetings to friends and family. I enjoy collecting vintage Disney postcards and sharing the 'Aloha' spirit with others. In this pin, I combined those two interests as Mickey Mouse sends greetings from the happiest place on earth, the Disneyland® Resort. Hang Loose!" A collection of Limited Edition pins inspired by Disney Pinbassadors has been created for Mickey's Pin Festival of Dreams. A Disney Pinbassador provides strategic direction for the Disney Pin Experience and finds new ways for Guests and Cast Members to "Continue the Disney Pin Trading Tradition" at Disney Parks and Resorts. It is a limited edition of 500. It is in brand new condition in its original box. Measures 3" high by 3 1/2" wide.
This is perhaps the best children's book from the "tiki genre" ever produced. Only 500 made. This is #370/500 signed by Cam (the writer) and Don (The Artist). Technically this is from my son's collection, but I had to share.
This is the chalkware tiki that came in the 2019 Trader Sam themed Tiki tOny box set.
This chalkware tiki holding a Dole Whip was included as one of the pieces in Tiki tOny's 2018 Adventureland themed box.
This is a chalkware tiki statue standing about 9" tall and holding a jack o' lantern. It was included in Tiki tOny's Hulaween Box set for 2019.
This is an early 8" tall statue of Pele by Coco Joe's and stamped on bottom with one of the rarer stamps showing the sun and volcano.
1962, Hawaiian Coco Joe's Legends In Lava Hawaiian Princess measures 6.75 inches high. The "Legends In Lava" line from the early 60s are some of the rarer pieces.
This 10" hula figure was originally produced in black lava in 1973 by HIP (Hawaiian Island Products). There was also a smaller 6" version made in black lava. This version, however, is a non-HIP reproduction made in a blue translucent resin. Originals were made with the HIP sticker on the back. This has no sticker, but the original one read: "The Hula Princess: While journeying to his Summer Court, King Liholiho stopped at the Sacred Springs to bathe, when out of the waters rose a maiden clad only in the beauty of her nakedness. It was love at first sight! Thus began the Legend of the Nude Princess."
This 10" hula figure was originally produced in black lava in 1973 by HIP (Hawaiian Island Products). There was also a smaller 6" version made in black lava. This version, however, is a non-HIP reproduction made in a lightly yellowed translucent resin. Originals were made with the HIP sticker on the back. This has no sticker, but the original one read: "The Hula Princess: While journeying to his Summer Court, King Liholiho stopped at the Sacred Springs to bathe, when out of the waters rose a maiden clad only in the beauty of her nakedness. It was love at first sight! Thus began the Legend of the Nude Princess."
This 10" hula figure was produced in 1973 by HIP (Hawaiian Island Products). There was also a smaller 6" version made in black lava. Additionally, there have been later non-HIP reproductions made in different colors. Originals were made with the HIP sticker on the back. See photo. The sticker reads: "The Hula Princess: While journeying to his Summer Court, King Liholiho stopped at the Sacred Springs to bathe, when out of the waters rose a maiden clad only in the beauty of her nakedness. It was love at first sight! Thus began the Legend of the Nude Princess."
This Disneyland Adventureland keychain is shaped like a round bronze coin with 3 shrunken heads on one side and a Marquesan tiki head design on reverse. He advertises it on his website as either a pendant or keychain depending on preference but it comes with a removable keychain attached.
This is a large tiki headed men's ring made of stainless steel with a gold finish.
Tiki Al designed this pendant after the legendary dark lord of the Sith in 2016. Vader's helm has flames and a skull on the brow as well. It was available in several colors and types of beading.
This is a pendant shaped like the head of the Creature From the Black Lagoon. The 2016 Tiki Oasis was monster-themed and had a matching mug made by John Mulder that was a cross between the Creature and Mr. Bali Hai. Though not an official Tiki Oasis piece of merchandise, it was themed for the event. It was made in a variety of colors and with different beading on the necklaces.
This pendant is modeled after the Hatbox Ghost from Disneyland's Haunted Mansion and was created in a number of colors with different beading options. Released for Mahaloween 2019, an event.
This pendant is modeled after a lava black CoCo Joe's Letter Opener handle. It is patina'd in green and I strung the necklace myself with synthetic bear claws and assorted beads.
This is one of several CoCo Joe's tiki keychains that were released both in black (lava) and brown (Hapawood/Half-Wood). Each had a metal keychain attached and a small green or orange paper tag that told what they were (i.e., God of Wisdom). They also had colored rhinestone eyes (usually red, green, or blue). This particular pendant had its keychain removed and was strung on a cord. Additionally, since it was missing one of its rhinestone eyes, I popped out the second one and replaced them with composite white opals. The camera flash doesn't do the eyes justice (in real life there are many shades of pink and blue). Probably early 1970s.
This moai pendant was designed by Kirby, much like a Rambo Survival Knife, to hold what you need for camping, including matches on the inside, a mini compass at top, and an led light on back. It was released at the 2011 Mojave Oasis event in Bermuda Dunes, CA.
This is a pendant shaped like a Tahitian drum, created by Kirby for the release of the Tikiyaki Orchestra's Jungle Jetsetter album in 2009.
This pendant style was produced in both wood and resin by several makers including, for instance, as part of Randotti's line of "Tiki Neckers" in 1971. It is a squat moai head with big nose and some like this one feature rhinestone eyes. This one is marked with a simple fish design on the back and the initials MF. Still on original simple cord. Looks like wood but could be resin...
This is a carved wooden skull pendant. It was originally on a simple cord but I restrung it with beads and added the yellow beads for "eyes". Not sure of origin...
This is a glow-in-the-dark tiki head shaped pendant Al made exclusively for Tiki Oasis 2008.
This orange and black tiki pendant holding a jack o' lantern was part of the Hulaween 2019 box set put out by Tiki tOny. It also included two swizzles, two lo-ball glasses, a plaster tiki wall hanging, a pin and a drink card for Hulaween Hooch (cocktail by The Home Bar Guide To Tropical Cocktails).
This pendant is shaped like a traditional temple image. The tiki has wide round eyes and a gaping mouth. They were made from a Duncan brand hobbyist mold (circa 1963) and also resemble the early Coco Joe's piece pictured on pg. 167 of Tiki Quest. The headdress and body were left off of the pendant from the original mold.
This is a ceramic Maori style tiki head pendant.
This pendant was designed/sculpted by Jimmy "C". This tiki design has been used on a variety of merchandise from door locks to Tiki Farm Tiki Mugs. This particular pendant was antiqued by Trader Tom to show details and then strung with beads.
Grider produced each of the three Tahitian cannibal tikis (catcher, eater, ingestor) as pendants and as swizzle sticks. These were produced in either brass, copper, patina'd nickel, or gold. This one is in brass.
This is a pendant shaped like the head of Tangaroa, the tiki god of the sea. I strung and beaded it myself.
This is the official Home Bar Guide To Tropical Cocktails tiki pendant. The design of a Bumatay tiki holding a mid century modern butterfly roof house was chosen by "Trader" Tom Morgan and Kelly "Hiphipahula" Reilly. Sculpted and manufactured by Tiki Al. Beads chosen and strung by the book authors. Available in a range of colors and some of them have tikis that glow or a house that glows in the dark. This one has a purple tiki with green house and includes mosaic composite paua shell beads.
This pendant is shaped like a traditional Tangaroa tiki with a large gecko lizard climbing it. This was a gift with mug purchase back in 2006.
This tiki pendant is carved of stone by Rhys Hall (a.k.a Paipo) of New Zealand. It also has a smaller stone toggle to close the cord around your neck.
This pendant was issued at the first Tiki Magazine Art Show in 2007. Produced by Crazy Al Evans and based on the Magazine’s logo tiki by Derek Yaniger. The pendant came in dozens of colors. This one is marked as an Artist Proof (AP) on bottom. I restrung it with my own beads -- originally it came on a simple cord.
This pendant was designed by Tiki Al after the Tiki Babies at Disneyland's The Enchanted Tiki Room for the 5th Tiki Day at the Park on Oct 2nd, 2018.
This pendant was designed and manufactured by Kirby Fleming, starting in 2009, for regular visitors to his regular weekly Rumpus Room parties. Modeled after a full-sized tiki carving by Kirby. It originally came on a string but I've hung it on a stronger cord. These were made a few at a time in small batches and each was signed and numbered in sharpie on the reverse. This is the 6th one given out.
This pendant is made out of ceramic and came in several colors. It features a skull at center. I have restrung it with my own beads.
This pendant was designed by Tiki Al for the 2013 Tiki Day At The Park 2. It was modeled after a vintage Coco Joe's key chain Ku with the addition of Mickey Mouse ears. I restrung the necklace with my own beads.
This pendant by Tiki Al was styled after Ngendei at Disneyland's Enchanted Tiki Room. He is strung up by one foot and has the addition of mouse ears. Made in a variety of colors for the 2015 Tiki Day at the Park.
This version of the Enchanted Tiki Room Pele (with the addition of Mickey Mouse ears) was designed by Tiki Al for Tiki Day At The Park 3 on September 28th, 2014. There is also a later version designed with led lights to make the flame on top glow. As with most Tiki Al necklaces, these were made in a wide variety of colors and with different beading.
This pendant was released by Kirby at Tiki Oasis 2010 and features a Ku tiki head with a skull on his forehead. The beading was done by myself.
This pendant was carved by Tom Fowner and made by Perry Drake. It is based on the Tiki that once stood in the Mai-Kai gardens.
This is a shrunken head pendant from 2006, made by Dr.TikiMojo. The carved wood Jivaro headhunter lost his original head so I let him have this pendant as a replacement.
This is the first collectible pin produced by Kelly Hiphipahula Reilly and Trader Tom Morgan to accompany their cocktail book. This pin art from Tiki tOny can also be seen on the spine of the book.
This is a pendant shaped like a Moai with topknot.
This stylized Marquesan tiki head pendant with tiki magazine teeth was done to commemorate Kirby's profile article in Tiki Magazine which was a highlight of his tiki art career at that point.
This pendant is modeled after just the head of a vintage Coco Joe's standing figure.
These were created by Tiki Al (Al Zequeira) for 2020 in a variety of colors and each has unique beading and inlaid "jewel" eyes. These were inspired by the character on The Mandalorian television show on Disney+ channel. This was a custom piece made for my son, "Trader Joe".
This resin pendant was designed by Jake Geiger for his home bar, The Wrecked Wench, located in Winnetka, CA. To obtain one, guests had to attend the bar on at least three separate occasions. The female pirate was the mascot of his bar and there was a life-size statue of her as well as a pinball machine featuring her likeness. The pendants were strung on simple cords, but I re-strung this one with skull beads and other decorations.