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    Wind God - by Swizzle

    This is a mug based on the Wind God tiki sculpture that used to stand at Tiki Gardens, Indian Shores, Florida, United States.

    These mugs were made in small batches and in a variety of colors.

    The original sculpture was a 15-20' tall concrete fabrication designed by Gordon Keith Originals of Columbus, Ohio. A standing adult could pass through the opening of the original.

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    Wind God - by Swizzle

    This is a mug based on the Wind God tiki sculpture that used to stand at Tiki Gardens, Indian Shores, Florida, United States.

    These mugs were made in small batches and in a variety of colors.

    The original sculpture was a 15-20' tall concrete fabrication designed by Gordon Keith Originals of Columbus, Ohio. A standing adult could pass through the opening of the original.

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    Peete's Head

    Mug based on a stone carving found at KeaKua in Papeete, Tahiti. Modified version of the full size mug "Peete the Mug". Measures: 6" x 3" x 2.5". Holds 12 oz (350 ml).

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    Peete's Head

    Mug based on a stone carving found at KeaKua in Papeete, Tahiti. Modified version of the full size mug "Peete the Mug". Measures: 6" x 3" x 2.5". Holds 12 oz (350 ml).

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    Morongo Tiki Mug - by Beachbumz a.k.a. Morongo Moai Mug - by Beachbumz

    This is a mug shaped like a tall moai head sitting on a round base. Each is uniquely glazed and has custom decoration on the base (woodgrain, tapa, lava texture, etc...) and sometimes custom details to the head itself. They are released in small batches of a couple dozen at a time and sell out very quickly!

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    Morongo Tiki Mug - by Beachbumz a.k.a. Morongo Moai Mug - by Beachbumz

    This is a mug shaped like a tall moai head sitting on a round base. Each is uniquely glazed and has custom decoration on the base (woodgrain, tapa, lava texture, etc...) and sometimes custom details to the head itself. They are released in small batches of a couple dozen at a time and sell out very quickly!

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    Tiki In A Woodie

    This mug is shaped like a large tiki driving a 1940s Nash woodie.

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    Tiki Caliente 11 Event Mug #1 a.k.a. Tiki Caliente XI Event Mug, Tiki Caliente 11 King Kamehameha Mug

    A mug shaped like King Kamehameha from waist up with arms crossed and wearing a red cape held with Ku Tiki pendant in front and a red headdress. High-fired stoneware made in the USA. Manufactured by Eekum Bookum (John and Janet Mulder). Numbered on bottom and only available at event which was restricted to 600 people.

    Distinguishing characteristics:

    Special one of a kind pink "Bromance" AP mug made for Rory Snyder, event promoter.

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    United States Lines Hawaiian Honeycreeper a.k.a. United States Cruise Lines Hawaiian Honeycreeper

    One in a series of unusual mugs created for United States Lines and reportedly never used. Shaped like a Hawaiian Honeycreeper perched on a tree branch. United States Lines operated for less than one year from 2000 to 2001.

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    RumHaven Mermaid Mug

    Created for the company as promotional give-aways as a run of 500 mugs which features their signature brand mermaid surrounded by sea life.

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    United States Lines Hawaiian Honeycreeper a.k.a. United States Cruise Lines Hawaiian Honeycreeper

    One in a series of unusual mugs created for United States Lines and reportedly never used. Shaped like a Hawaiian Honeycreeper perched on a tree branch. United States Lines operated for less than one year from 2000 to 2001.

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    Tiki Boy Mug

    The Tiki Boy mug was designed by Joe Vitale for Tiki Farm. He is holding a gigantic heart-shaped tiki mask. The mask has a broad grin and large eyes. He is seated with his feet just under the mask. This is a companion piece to the "Tiki Girl Mug Pink" that was put out the same year.

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    Tiki Girl Mug White

    This white tiki girl was was designed by Donella Vitale for Tiki Farm. She has big, coy eyes and is glancing over her shoulder. She is wearing a pink sarong and has a pink plumeria in her hair. This is an update original pink with white details version that was created in 2007.

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    Ultimate Luau Tunes Mug Brown

    This brown tiki mug was manufactured by Tiki Farm in 2005 and was meant to accompany a compilation CD called Ultimate Luau Tunes. It is shaped like Ku and is playing a drum. The same design was later released in green and called Ku-Konga.

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    Shameful Tiki Room Signature Mug Third Edition

    This is a mug featuring a Tiki face mask on either side of a volcano shaped mug. It tapers in volcano fashion from the base to the top. Glazed in a wipe-away gray effect to make the sculpted details stand out. Red glazed lava spilling over top of mug. Manufactured by Munktiki Imports.

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    Tiki Gardens Mug by Eekum Bookum #189

    This mug is a two sided mug with a tiki on one side and a moai on the other. The front of the mug features a 10 foot Tiki named Kahona, the water God, which stood at the entrance of the Tiki Gardens (a polynesian gardens theme park). It featured a fire pit in the mouth and torches they would light every night. The back features another of their monumental Tiki’s which they called Lono supreme God. Shells and gemstone eyes have been added on the tikis and the sides of the mug feature peacocks from the gardens.

    Tiki Gardens was a Polynesian gardens theme park in Indian Shores Florida, just a few miles from the creators house. It opened in 1964 it was closed in the 80s at which time it fell into disrepair ultimately being sold to the county. And of course they tore down paradise and put up a parking lot for the beach.

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    BarTiki Mug

    This brown mug is shaped like the BarTiki logo tiki. He has a raised eyebrow and a very pointed nose. His lip protrudes in a sideways pout. Limited edition of 200.

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    Mojave Oasis 2012 Moai Mug Limited Edition Yellow Interior #40 a.k.a. Mojave Oasis 2012 Limited Edition Yellow Interior

    This mug was designed/manufactured by Babalu (Rick Henderson) and Squid (Dave Cohen) for the 2012 Mojave Oasis. The mug sculpt has a pitted and weathered look. This limited edition version is one of four in a set that has gray exterior and colored interiors (red, blue, yellow, orange).

    Distinguishing characteristics:

    COA sing by Squid and Babalu 40/50

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    Mojave Oasis 2013 Mug #2

    Jeff's description:

    Mojave Oasis 2013 Clam Shell Bar tiki mug. Gloss black interior

    Distinguishing characteristics:

    2/25

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    Mojave Oasis 2013 Mug #22

    This mug was designed as a tribute to Benzart and his Tiki statues at Mojave Oasis (formerly at a hotel in Las Vegas) which hold up the Clam Bar. These Tiki mugs have squinting eyes, closed mouths, a surfboard shaped design on the forehead, and very heavily lined brow ridges. They were made for the April 2013 Mojave Oasis event. The mugs are glazed brown with a black antique wash to highlight details of the sculpt.

    Distinguishing characteristics:

    22/25

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    MoKo

    This is a mug with a Maori inspired Tiki head on each end. The top face has its tongue extended. The bottom face is smaller, upside down, and mirrors the top face but without the tongue extended. Manufactured in two different shades of green -- one darker and one lighter.

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    Moko Moai Brown a.k.a. Moko Moai First Edition

    Moko Moai is a replica of an original Benzart sculpture. It is Ben's vision of a hybrid version of an Easter Island Moai and a Maori Tiki, evidenced by the traditional heavy Maori tattooing (also known as Moko). Moko Moai is further embellished with a green Tiki pendant cast in resin and modeled after another of Benzart's pendant carvings.

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    Moko Moai Kiwi Green a.k.a. Moko Moai Second Edition

    Moko Moai is a replica of an original Benzart sculpture. It is Ben’s vision of a hybrid version of an Easter Island Moai and a Maori Tiki, evidenced by the traditional heavy Maori tattooing (also known as “Moko”). "Kiwi Green" exterior and red interior glaze. Moko Moai is further embellished with a 1.75" fishhook pendant cast in resin.

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    Molokai Maiden Mug #125

    Jeff's description:

    (from the listing)LAST ONE - CrazyAL Kona Seafoam Blue Glaze 125th mug made, Signed #50/50 Last One Available

    Distinguishing characteristics:

    AP, #125 50/50 Last One Available! Signed

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    Molokai Maiden Mug #34

    Jeff's description:

    Special Limited edition 5 of 10 in this Glaze Bright Maiden

    Distinguishing characteristics:

    5/10 in Bright Maiden Glaze (MM02) #34 total

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    Mondo Maori Tiki Mug Blue

    This blue tiki mug was designed by Squid for Tiki Farm, and has Maori-style tattoos.

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    Mondo Maori Tiki Mug Brown

    This brown tiki mug was designed by Squid for Tiki Farm, and has Maori-style tattoos.

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    Mondo Martiki a.k.a. Mondo Martiki Martini Glass

    This hybrid cocktail glass has a massive glass bowl in the standard "martini" shape, and a dark green ceramic tiki stem. Marked "Mondo Martiki" on top of base. Also available in an normal-sized version.

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    Monkey Barrel Day Of Gold Edition #89

    This is a mug shaped like a rum barrel with monkeys coming out of the top. Similar to the game produced in 1965 and currently made by Milton Bradley. This edition was glazed in faux gold for the Day of Gold on Saturday, July 18th, 2015, similar to the Black Friday event held previously, where random gold glazed versions of mugs are sold on Munktiki's website throughout the day.

    Distinguishing characteristics:

    89/100

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    Monkey Barrel Super Limited Edition #23 a.k.a. Monkey Barrel SLTD

    This is a mug shaped like a rum barrel with monkeys coming out of the top. Similar to the game produced in 1965 and currently made by Milton Bradley. This Super Limited Edition is glazed in redwood brown with a red interior and edge around the top.

    Distinguishing characteristics:

    23/25

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    Monsieur Bonito #122

    This small decanter is shaped like a tiki with very simple lines, in brown. Has a pour spout top.

    Distinguishing characteristics:

    122

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    Monster Marq Brown

    This tiki was designed by Danny Gallardo for Tiki Farm. The mug is of a Marquesan-style tiki, with very large, rounded teardrop eyes, and a wide mouth showing two rows of teeth. Brown glaze.

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    Monster Marq Gray

    This tiki was designed by Danny Gallardo for Tiki Farm. The mug is of a Marquesan-style tiki, with very large, rounded teardrop eyes, and a wide mouth showing two rows of teeth. Gray glaze.

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    Moonraker Bucket

    This is a standard-size bucket mug, glazed in green. Design is of a Chinese Junk Ship on one side, with "Moonraker" in raised letters beneath, and a ship's wheel on the other side, with "Pacifica, Calif." below it. Bottom has "Nick Gust Enterprise Nick's Moonraker Capt. Charles Sea Breeze Motel Pacifica, California" printed in black on the bottom.

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    Moonraker Peanut Lined Face Black Mug a.k.a. Capt. Charles Peanut Lined Face Black Tiki Mug

    A peanut-like tiki with a lined face, in an unglazed dark gray/black color with black glazed top and bottom rims. Probably an Otagiri mug.

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    Morning After Shot Brown

    This tiki shot is brown, with slightly bulbous, almond-shaped eyes, and its tongue is sticking out quite a ways. Its hands have come together at its front, and appear to possibly be holding a cup.

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    Morning After Shot Green

    This tiki shot is green, with slightly bulbous, almond-shaped eyes, and its tongue is sticking out quite a ways. Its hands have come together at its front, and appear to possibly be holding a cup.

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    Morning After Shot Green

    This tiki shot is green, with slightly bulbous, almond-shaped eyes, and its tongue is sticking out quite a ways. Its hands have come together at its front, and appear to possibly be holding a cup.

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    Mouth of Pele Brown

    Mouth of Pele was designed and manufactured by Gecko. It is a tall tiki head with large slanted, closed eyes, furrowed brows and a large open mouth which is a separate opening for dry ice.

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    Moya-E Brown #20

    Moya-E was designed by Stuckie for Munktiki. The mug features a man's face on one side and a woman's face on the other. It is based on the stone statue located in Japan's Shibuya train terminal.

    Distinguishing characteristics:

    inscribed 20 on bottom

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    Mr. Bali Hai Concave OMC Mug a.k.a. Vintage Mr. Bali Hai

    This mug is of the original Mr. Bali Hai, the mascot for the Bali Hai Restaurant in San Diego. This version of the mug was manufactured by OMC and bears the OMC sticker, and has a concave base marked "Mr. Bali Hai made Exclusively for Bali Hai Restaurant San Diego, Calif" printed on the bottom. Mr. Bali Hai is an oblong head with a bone through the nose and large white hoop earrings, with sleepily lidded eyes (eyes are usually brown, sometimes blue). The mug comes with a lid with two straw holes.

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    Mr. Bali Hai Flat Bottom OMC Mug a.k.a. Vintage Mr. Bali Hai

    This mug is of the original Mr. Bali Hai, the mascot for the Bali Hai Restaurant in San Diego. This version has a flat base marked "Mr. Bali Hai made Exclusively for Bali Hai Restaurant San Diego, Calif" printed on the bottom. Mr. Bali Hai is an oblong head with a bone through the nose and large white hoop earrings, with sleepily lidded eyes (eyes are usually brown, sometimes blue). The mug comes with a lid with two straw holes. Face is slightly more slender than the modern reproduction.

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    Mr. Bali Hai Salt & Pepper Shakers

    These salt & pepper shakers are from the Bali Hai restaurant in San Diego, California. They are shaped like the Mr. Bali Hai character seen at the restaurant, and also seen in their headhunter mugs.

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    Mr. Bali Hai Tiki Farm Mug Edition III a.k.a. Mr. Bali Hai Tiki Farm Mug Edition Three, Reproduction Mr. Bali Hai With Eyebrows

    This mug is a reproduction of the original Mr. Bali Hai, the mascot for the Bali Hai Restaurant in San Diego. This version of the mug was manufactured by Tiki Farm. Mr. Bali Hai is an oblong head with a bone through the nose and large white hoop earrings, with sleepily lidded eyes. The mug comes with a lid with two straw holes. Face is slightly more full than the original vintage mug. Edition III has white painted eyebrows, which is an easy way to distinguish it from the first two editions.

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    Mr. Bali Hai Tiki Farm Shot a.k.a. Reproduction Mr. Bali Hai

    This shot is a version of the original Mr. Bali Hai mug, the mascot for the Bali Hai Restaurant in San Diego. This version of the mug was manufactured by Tiki Farm. Mr. Bali Hai is an oblong head with a bone through the nose and large white hoop earrings, with sleepily lidded eyes.

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    Mr. Bony Trophy Skull Mug Ali'i Edition #4

    This is a mug shaped like a skull missing the lower jaw. Real puka shells in eye socket. Upper part of jaw has separation on either side where natural fiber strands and feathers are woven through as added decoration. Sculpted by Mr. Bony and manufactured by Gecko'z South Sea Arts.

    Distinguishing characteristics:

    4/10

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    Mr. G Is Stoked! Green and Brown

    This tiki mug was designed by Mr. G and produced by Tiki Farm for the Tiki Farm 10th Anniversary event at La Luz de Jesus Gallery. The mug is of a somewhat traditional Ku-like figure, holding a surfboard behind its back. The limited edition glaze is a turquoise blue wash. The open edition glaze glaze has greens, honey browns, and darker brown accents.

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    Mr. G Is Stoked! Turquoise

    This tiki mug was designed by Mr. G and produced by Tiki Farm for the Tiki Farm 10th Anniversary event at La Luz de Jesus Gallery. The mug is of a somewhat traditional Ku-like figure, holding a surfboard behind its back. The glaze is a turquoise blue wash.