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 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 chalkware tiki holding a Dole Whip was included as one of the pieces in Tiki tOny's 2018 Adventureland themed box.