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    Temple Guardian - First Edition - by SHAG & Bauer Pottery - for Lost Temple Traders

    From Lost Temple Traders:

    "Tomb Raiders beware! If you seek to unlock the secrets of the Lost Temple, you must first pass The Temple Guardian. Many have tried. None have ever lived to tell the tale!

    Introducing Shag’s Temple Guardian. This first edition mug is limited to 250 units.

    Each mug is produced by Tiki Bauer and includes a custom spear (also designed by SHAG) by Grider Adventure Art. The Temple Guardian mugs are almost done and will ship in 4-6 weeks (We’re hoping earlier, but this is a safe estimate)."

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    Marquee-Marq Tiki Mug - Bone White - for The Desert Oasis Room

    From The Desert Oasis Room:

    "Marquee-Marq is our latest mug offering for 2022 modeled after a traditional Marquesan Etua, deified ancestors whose supernatural powers sustain and protect the community. Artistically crafted by Chandler Wade, this mug is produced in Ultra-Limited quantities - only 80 in Brown and 80 in Bone!"

    *NOTE: Also available in a limited quantity of 20 Purple and a handful of the Lava Brown glaze were given hand painted "tattoos".

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    Marquee-Marq Tiki Mug - Lava Brown - for The Desert Oasis Room

    From The Desert Oasis Room:

    "Marquee-Marq is our latest mug offering for 2022 modeled after a traditional Marquesan Etua, deified ancestors whose supernatural powers sustain and protect the community. Artistically crafted by Chandler Wade, this mug is produced in Ultra-Limited quantities - only 80 in Brown and 80 in Bone!"

    *NOTE: Also available in a limited quantity of 20 Purple and a handful of the Lava Brown glaze were given hand painted "tattoos".

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    Marquee-Marq Tiki Mug - Tattooed Lava Brown - for The Desert Oasis Room

    From The Desert Oasis Room:

    "Marquee-Marq is our latest mug offering for 2022 modeled after a traditional Marquesan Etua, deified ancestors whose supernatural powers sustain and protect the community. Artistically crafted by Chandler Wade, this mug is produced in Ultra-Limited quantities - only 80 in Brown and 80 in Bone!"

    *NOTE: Also available in a limited quantity of 20 Purple and a handful of the Lava Brown glaze were given hand painted "tattoos" (at least 15 or so).

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    Hukilau 2012 Mug

    This standing full-bodied Tiki has large eyes rimmed by concentric circles and a chiseled/scalloped ridge on their outer edge. The design for this mug is based on a Tiki by carver Richard Ellis that was created many years ago for the Tradewinds Restaurant in Oxnard, CA. The actual Tiki survives to this day in private hands.

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    Tiki Hut Beverage Dispenser a.k.a. Target Tiki Hut Beverage Dispenser

    This drink dispenser was sold through Target stores. It is shaped like a thatched hut and features a sign at the top that reads "Tiki Hut." There are a monkey and a surfboard leaning up against either side of the door.

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    Kon Tiki Hotel Phoenix Tiki Mug - by Odd Rodney #14 a.k.a. Odd Rodney's Kon Tiki Hotel Sign Tiki Mug

    A mug based off of a Tiki on the Kon Tiki Hotel Sign in Phoenix, AZ

    Limited to 50.

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    Head Salesman - Artist Series - First Edition - by Tiki Tum - for Lost Temple Traders #69

    This is a mug shaped like a sitting figure wearing a tiki mask and holding a skull in his lap. Glazed in a light gloss brown.

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    WooHoo Wedding Mug

    This X-Eyes style Tiki head mug was designed to celebrate the wedding of SoccerTiki (Chris Garland) and WooHooWahine (Karen Stuetz-Garland) at the Bali Hai in 2009. Brown on the outside, with a white interior.

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    The Pukao Moai Mug - from the Superstition Village Tiki Marketplace #63

    From the Superstition Village Tiki Marketplace:

    "Silently standing guard over the treasures hidden within Superstition Mountain, the Pukao Moai Mug was designed by @tikimaniacs, sculpted by Squid, and produced by @oakwash . Each mug includes a magnetically attached commemorative event coin, an Ao paddle swizzle stick, a custom cocktail recipe by Tiki Dan and an art card by Benjamin Burch. This is a limited edition of 150 hand numbered mugs. They will be on sale in person only at the Superstition Village Tiki Marketplace event on Saturday, September 24th at 10am."

    Distinguishing characteristics:

    First mug for Superstition Village Marketplace inaugural event. Came with limited print, Drink recipe postcard, swizzle stick, and a special magnetically attached gold coin.

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    Tiki Caliente 13 Cannibal King - by Doug Horne a.k.a. Tiki Caliente XIII Cannibal King - by Doug Horne

    The Tiki Caliente 13 Cannibal King mug was designed by Doug Horne and made by Eekum Bookum. It was an edition of 250 plus 5 Super Dupers sold at a later date by John Mulder.

    Measures 7.5" by 3.5" and back reads: "Tiki 13 Caliente Palm Springs". Bottom reads: "JM 142 Eekum Bookum Horne" with number in edition.

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    Tiki Day At The Park 2019 Mug

    Official mug for the 2019 TikiDayAtThePark, matte finish with multi-layered glaze. Mug represents a character holding a bamboo straw (for display).

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    Caldera - Limited Edition - Red Glaze - for Tiki Kon 2022 - by Van Tiki

    From Tiki-Kon 2022:

    "The limited edition Caldera bowl by VanTiki was inspired by the Halema'uma'u crater on Kīlauea and shines in magma red. It holds 14 oz of your favorite beverage in a bowl shaped vessel that's suitable for sharing...or drink it all yourself, we won't judge. Drink it down to expose the volcano spirit that lives at the bottom of the caldera. There's a mounting hole in the back, so you can hang it on the wall like a trophy when you're done. This is a limited edition run of 300. Made entirely in Oregon, not an import! BONUS: Includes a Caldera Spirit enamel pin while supplies last."

    There was also a Super Limited Edition of 25 pieces sold through a lottery method.

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    Tiki Caliente IV Shot Mug Custom a.k.a. Tiki Caliente 4 Shot Mug Custom, Swig Custom

    This shot mug has thin oval lips, an angular v-brow, and spiral "tattoos" around the left eye. The design is based on vintage tiki torches from the now shuttered Don the Beachcomber in Palm Springs. This is the custom glaze version and colors vary with several one-off colors made. Also available in orange and an iron oxide brown glazed version (the iron oxide brown version was only for people staying on the grounds at the event). Both the orange and brown shot mugs came with a matching larger mug.

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    Tiki Caliente IV Mug Custom a.k.a. Tiki Caliente 4 Mug Custom

    This mug has thin oval lips, an angular v-brow, and spiral "tattoos" around the left eye. The mug design is based on vintage tiki torches from the now shuttered Don the Beachcomber in Palm Springs. This is the custom glaze version. Custom glazes vary and there are several one-off colors. There is also an orange version and an iron oxide brown glazed version (the iron oxide brown was only for people staying on the grounds at the event). Both the orange and brown mugs came with a matching 3" tall shot mug named "Swig".

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    Kon Tiki Tucson Mug By Bai In Iron Oxide Brown

    This standing Tiki has a long headdress and is wearing a clawed necklace. It is sheltered by a cobra. The mug is glazed in an iron oxide brown. It appears Milan Guanko inspired and also has skulls and tropical foliage around the sides and back. There is also a version in light celadon green. 500 were issued in each color glaze.

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    Tiki Bob Stacker #27

    This is a stacker mug shaped like the head of the classic Tiki Bob design with its palm ridged surface and simple facial features. These mugs are sold "blind-boxed" with a variety of glaze combinations. Released in the Munktiki vending machine on 12/10/2011 at the Grasshut Gallery in Portland, OR.

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    Trader Vic's Bowl

    This bowl from Trader Vic's features three of their round-headed tikis (still seen today as their salt & pepper shakers) supporting a triangular-ish bowl. All beige. Marked "MADE EXCLUSIVELY FOR TRADER VIC'S © 1963" around the bottom in raised letters.

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    Papu In Denim Glaze a.k.a. Papua New Guinea Abelam Mask Mug Denim Glaze

    This is a full bodied standing Tiki mug with a PNG styled Abelam Mask head. Grayish blue "Denim" glaze.

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    Speed Tiki

    This tiki was created by Tiki Farm as a promotional item for Hudson Classics. Black tiki with purple flames on forehead, metal nosering.

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    The Victor

    This standing Tiki mug is somewhat goblet shaped and has angular handles sticking out to either side. The tiki holds a spear and shield in front and has a fierce face with slanted almond shaped eyes and an open mouth lined with sharp teeth.

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    Redondo

    A full body tiki mug with bulging Bumatay-like eyes and a round "O" of a mouth with left hand clutching at bottom of mouth. This mug was inspired by a tiki support column at the Tiki apartments of Redondo Beach, CA. Glazed in satin brown with coral interior.

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    Tiki Pop Fever I Mug a.k.a. Tiki Pop Fever 2015 Mug

    This is a mug shaped like a Marquesan head with wide nostrils and a large closed grin baring rows of square teeth that wrap around to the sides. Top rim has a traditional v-shaped pattern. This first ever Tiki Pop Fever mug was both designed and manufactured by Bai Tiki for the first ever Tiki Pop Fever event (June 26-28, 2015 at Kon Tiki Village in San Tropez, France).

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    Nu Lounge Bar Lono Green a.k.a. Beauty & Daniele Dalla Pola

    This is a Lono-shaped mug with a pineapple on forehead and marked for the Nu Lounge bar in Bologna, Italy. The design bears great resemblance to Bai's earlier "Greetings From Lono" mug but with the addition of the pineapple and new glaze. Hula girl on back as well (the Beauty). Daniele Dalla Pola is the founder of the Nu Lounge Bar. He received international acclaim by winning the prestigious 42 Below Cocktail World Cup in 2011. Daniele's hallmark is the pineapple. Pineapple Love is what he is known for. This mug is featured on the Mahiki menu for the "Beauty & Dalla Pola" cocktail and was also included in the Tiki Cocktail Box service, based out of the UK, in their December 2017 subscription.

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    Zombie a.k.a. Tikiracer Zombie

    This eerie green zombie mug was designed by Steve Foote (aka Tikiracer) and was manufactured by Cheekytiki in England. The zombie has large dead eyes, two slits for a nose and a wide mouth exposing all of his teeth except where his zombie flesh upper lip is sagging down. He also has a shock a hair at the top of the mug and a shaggy goatee at the base.

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    Tiki Tonga #10

    Tiki Tonga was designed and handmade by Raissa Meillon aka Bai. The mug is a Marquesan Tiki with a ring through his nose. There is also a lidded top with a straw hole in the middle.

    Distinguishing characteristics:

    No lid but with optional grass skirt

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    Mokoku

    Mokoku was manufactured by Tiki Farm. It is a green bucket-shaped mug with a pebbled surface. The top and bottom rims are brown with a wood grain look. The mug features Ku's head on one side and a Maori mask on the other.

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    False Idol Ambirak Mug Artist Proof #28 a.k.a. False Idol Ambirak Mug AP

    This mug, shaped like an angular tiki with circular eyes, was designed and manufactured by Bosko. Artist proofs vary in detail and glaze coloring.

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    Trader Vic's PDX Goblet Limited Edition #83 a.k.a. Trader Vic's PDX Goblet LTD, Trader Vic's Portland Fifth Tiki Mug Limited Edition, Trader Vic's PDX Fifth LE Tiki Mug

    This is a mug based on a Tiki carving at the Portland Trader Vic's. The carving is a standing Ku Tiki with coffee-bean-shaped eyes, an open toothless mouth, and hands crossed in front as though he has to go to the bathroom. This mug was released in honor of Trader Vic’s 4th year anniversary. The Super Limited Edition is glazed in redwood brown with red interior and red accents on exterior. It was sold only at Trader Vic's on Saturday August 1, 2015. This, however, is the Limited Edition, which comes in either "Woodsie Green" or "Mossy Brown".

    Distinguishing characteristics:

    Mossy green

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    Trader Vic's PDX Goblet Limited Edition #93 a.k.a. Trader Vic's PDX Goblet LTD, Trader Vic's Portland Fifth Tiki Mug Limited Edition, Trader Vic's PDX Fifth LE Tiki Mug

    This is a mug based on a Tiki carving at the Portland Trader Vic's. The carving is a standing Ku Tiki with coffee-bean-shaped eyes, an open toothless mouth, and hands crossed in front as though he has to go to the bathroom. This mug was released in honor of Trader Vic’s 4th year anniversary. The Super Limited Edition is glazed in redwood brown with red interior and red accents on exterior. It was sold only at Trader Vic's on Saturday August 1, 2015. This, however, is the Limited Edition, which comes in either "Woodsie Green" or "Mossy Brown".

    Distinguishing characteristics:

    Forest brown

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    Hale Pele The Totems Mug Limited Edition #24 a.k.a. Hale Pele The Totems Mug LTD

    A mug shaped like three standing Tiki poles grouped together. Based on the actual poles in Hale Pele. Glaze colors include Rough Wood, Raw Lava, and Red & Green. This is the Limited Edition. There is also a Super Limited Edition in redwood brown with red detailing.

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    Oscar #17 a.k.a. Bosko Film Documentary Gold Bug Eyed Bumatay Mug

    This is a mug shaped like a gold Bumatay style tiki head. It is Bosko's 111th design. It is also Bosko's third version of the "Bug Eye" Bumatay design in as many decades. Released for the premiere of Bosko's Documentary Film on July 14th, 2018, at the Grauman's Egyptian theater in Hollywood, CA. Only one per person.

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    Tangata Manu #1 a.k.a. Easter Island Birdman

    This is a mug shaped like an Easter Island Birdman. One of the most famous motifs on Easter Island is that of the Birdman, a therianthropic figure, half man and half bird. Over time, Moai statue making appears to have ceased, and the birdman cult came into being, reflecting a change from ancestor worship to a religion based around a new warrior class. Those who won the birdman contest were imbued with status and spiritual authority – able to act as intermediaries to the spirit realm. The most sacred area at Orongo is called Mata Ngarau, where priests chanted and prayed for success in the annual egg hunt. The purpose of the birdman contest was to obtain the first egg of the season from the offshore islet Motu Nui. Contestants descended the sheer cliffs of Orongo and swam to Motu Nui where they awaited the coming of the birds. Having procured an egg, the contestant swam back and presented it to his sponsor, who then was declared birdman for that year.

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    Tangata Manu #7 a.k.a. Easter Island Birdman

    This is a mug shaped like an Easter Island Birdman. One of the most famous motifs on Easter Island is that of the Birdman, a therianthropic figure, half man and half bird. Over time, Moai statue making appears to have ceased, and the birdman cult came into being, reflecting a change from ancestor worship to a religion based around a new warrior class. Those who won the birdman contest were imbued with status and spiritual authority – able to act as intermediaries to the spirit realm. The most sacred area at Orongo is called Mata Ngarau, where priests chanted and prayed for success in the annual egg hunt. The purpose of the birdman contest was to obtain the first egg of the season from the offshore islet Motu Nui. Contestants descended the sheer cliffs of Orongo and swam to Motu Nui where they awaited the coming of the birds. Having procured an egg, the contestant swam back and presented it to his sponsor, who then was declared birdman for that year.

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    Peete the Mug #5

    Mug based on a stone carving found at KeaKua in Papeete, Tahiti. Measures: 8.25" x 6.25" x 3". Holds 40.5 oz (1.2 litres). Some have added straw holes on each chest to make the mug more practical to use. Those versions bring the capacity down to 24 oz (or 750mls/3cups).

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    Peete the Mug #6

    Mug based on a stone carving found at KeaKua in Papeete, Tahiti. Measures: 8.25" x 6.25" x 3". Holds 40.5 oz (1.2 litres). Some have added straw holes on each chest to make the mug more practical to use. Those versions bring the capacity down to 24 oz (or 750mls/3cups).

    Distinguishing characteristics:

    Metallic glaze

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    Tiki Caliente 8 Wahaika Warclub Mug #3

    This is a mug shaped like a Wahaika Warclub resting on a bed of lava rock. The resting Tiki on the club has abalone eyes and the handle Tiki has a leather beaded handle around its neck. The mug was designed by Doug Horne and manufactured by Eekum Bookum (John and Janet Mulder). These were available only to attendees. The Wahaika was a short weapon used for close quarter fighting only, with thrusts and jabs. It is believed the small ridge on the blade side was to trap the opponent's weapon thereby disarming them. These clubs were held at the end by a thong of dog's skin looped through the handle and securely around the hand.

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    The Cannibal - Oceanic Arts Catalog Brown - by Jordan Reichek - for Peekaboo Gallery a.k.a. Oceanic Arts Tahitian Cannibal Eater Mug - Amber Brown

    From Peekaboo Gallery:

    "This impressive chalice, 'THE CANNIBAL' is based on an original Tiki post carving by LeRoy Schmaltz created for the famous Don the Beachcomber restaurant at The Sahara Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. This Beachcomber location featured some of the most elaborate and wide-ranging décor of any in the company’s chain across the globe. A series of eight entrance posts were fabricated by Oceanic Arts for placement at the interior of the venue. Each of these tall entrance tikis were unique and represented an amalgamation of Polynesian tribal styles. Upon the closing of the Las Vegas restaurant in the 1970s, the company sold a good deal of its décor back to Oceanic Arts. Over the years, OA sold or repurposed much of this décor into their Luau Rental Department.

    The mug was designed by Peekaboo Gallery owner and author of OCEANIC ARTS: The Godfathers of TIKI, JORDAN REICHEK. The design is a representation of the Don the Beachcomber, 'Cannibal Post' carving and it features a base that pays homage to OA’s famous rope-wrapped brass tiki table lamp shades. This mug is MASSIVE, measuring 9 inches tall and 5 inches wide at the base, holding approximately 18oz of liquid gold! It comes in a special commemorative OA box."

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    The Cannibal - Oceanic Blue - by Jordan Reichek - for Peekaboo Gallery a.k.a. Oceanic Arts Tahitian Cannibal Eater Mug - Blue Wipe

    From Peekaboo Gallery:

    "This impressive chalice, 'THE CANNIBAL' is based on an original Tiki post carving by LeRoy Schmaltz created for the famous Don the Beachcomber restaurant at The Sahara Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. This Beachcomber location featured some of the most elaborate and wide-ranging décor of any in the company’s chain across the globe. A series of eight entrance posts were fabricated by Oceanic Arts for placement at the interior of the venue. Each of these tall entrance tikis were unique and represented an amalgamation of Polynesian tribal styles. Upon the closing of the Las Vegas restaurant in the 1970s, the company sold a good deal of its décor back to Oceanic Arts. Over the years, OA sold or repurposed much of this décor into their Luau Rental Department.

    The mug was designed by Peekaboo Gallery owner and author of OCEANIC ARTS: The Godfathers of TIKI, JORDAN REICHEK. The design is a representation of the Don the Beachcomber, 'Cannibal Post' carving and it features a base that pays homage to OA’s famous rope-wrapped brass tiki table lamp shades. This mug is MASSIVE, measuring 9 inches tall and 5 inches wide at the base, holding approximately 18oz of liquid gold! It comes in a special commemorative OA box."

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    Moai Buddha #19

    This is a large mug with a traditional seated Buddha body but with the head of a moai.

    First one was produced on March 2nd, 2020 in gold metal finish and a wide variety of colors and finishes have been released since then.

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    Jungle Modern Rum Barrel Mug

    This is a mug shaped like a rum barrel and made by Jungle Modern Ceramics, high fired at cone 10.

    Distinguishing characteristics:

    Special stacked double barrels contain Zombie and Navy Grog

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    Tonga-Poya Super Limited Edition #4 a.k.a. Tangaroan Chachapoyan Fertility Idol Mug, Indiana Jones Raiders Idol & Tangaroan Hybrid

    Tonga-Poya is a hybrid design of the Chachapoya Fertility Idol featured in Raiders of the Lost Ark, and a female Tangaroa Tiki. Designed by Bill Grayson for Kaku Kaku Tiki Design, sculpt and mug production by John Mulder, Eekum Bookum. The Limited Edition consisted of 125 pieces. There was also a Super Limited Edition of 50 mugs, with 7 sets of five in various glazes, and 15 that were uniquely decorated by Eekum Bookum with no duplicates. Lastly, was a Golden Edition limited to 25 pieces.

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    Tonga-Poya Super Limited Edition #35 a.k.a. Tangaroan Chachapoyan Fertility Idol Mug, Indiana Jones Raiders Idol & Tangaroan Hybrid

    Tonga-Poya is a hybrid design of the Chachapoya Fertility Idol featured in Raiders of the Lost Ark, and a female Tangaroa Tiki. Designed by Bill Grayson for Kaku Kaku Tiki Design, sculpt and mug production by John Mulder, Eekum Bookum. The Limited Edition consisted of 125 pieces. There was also a Super Limited Edition of 50 mugs, with 7 sets of five in various glazes, and 15 that were uniquely decorated by Eekum Bookum with no duplicates. Lastly, was a Golden Edition limited to 25 pieces.

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    80 Fathoms - Super Limited Edition - by Lost Temple Traders #19

    This mug depicts an underwater tiki laying on the ocean floor with fossils and undersea life (and a skull in the mouth). This is the Super Limited edition that was glazed with a gray/stone tiki head and the undersea life picked out in purple and orange. There is also a Standard Edition with an overall light teal blue coloring and small accents of green and maroon for undersea life.

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    Haunted Spirits: Dynamite - Sangre Edition - Red - by Lost Temple Traders

    This mug depicts a tiki idol holding a book, on top of a barrel of dynamite with a fuse lit by a candle. This is the Sangre edition, which is primarily a blood red color with a black wiped finish. This edition was limited to 250, but is not numbered. Other editions include a whitish ghost glaze, and a brown quicksand color. The design is a "tikified" play on one of the stretching posters in the Haunted Mansion attraction at both US Disney theme parks.

    Distinguishing characteristics:

    Brown glaze edition

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    Haunted Spirits: Gator - Sangre Edition - Red - by Lost Temple Traders

    This mug depicts a Lono tiki trying to avoid being eaten by a gator while holding a cocktail umbrella (hole in hand for actual umbrella).

    From Lost Temple Traders:

    "Welcome curious travelers! The idols we present for you this evening are as peculiar as any we’ve ever come across. Part New Orleans voodoo and part island deity. One thing is for certain, when you imbibe from these haunted spirits, the room will feel like it’s stretching. This is the Limited Edition 250 Sangre glaze variant."

    The design is a "tikified" play on one of the stretching posters in the Haunted Mansion attraction at both US Disney theme parks.

    Distinguishing characteristics:

    Gator green glaze edition

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    Haunted Spirits: Tombstone - Ghost Edition - Blue With Red Wipe - by Lost Temple Traders

    This mug depicts a tiki idol on top of a tombstone which has a face with an axe stuck in his head. This is the Ghost edition, which is primarily a blue color with a red wiped finish. This edition was limited to 250, but is not numbered. Other editions include a red sangre glaze, and a brown quicksand color. The design is a "tikified" play on one of the stretching posters in the Haunted Mansion attraction at both US Disney theme parks.

    Distinguishing characteristics:

    Quicksand glaze edition

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    Haunted Spirits: Gator - Sangre Edition - Red - by Lost Temple Traders

    This mug depicts a Lono tiki trying to avoid being eaten by a gator while holding a cocktail umbrella (hole in hand for actual umbrella).

    From Lost Temple Traders:

    "Welcome curious travelers! The idols we present for you this evening are as peculiar as any we’ve ever come across. Part New Orleans voodoo and part island deity. One thing is for certain, when you imbibe from these haunted spirits, the room will feel like it’s stretching. This is the Limited Edition 250 Sangre glaze variant."

    The design is a "tikified" play on one of the stretching posters in the Haunted Mansion attraction at both US Disney theme parks.