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    Wood Surf God

    This is a mug shaped like a moai head with cresting waves under and around it. It was created in both this brown version with wood grain detail and in a purple version as well.

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    The Modernist - Light Brown/Beige - from the Sven Kirsten Kollection - by Tiki Farm a.k.a. The Modernist Trader Vic's Edition

    This is, as the name suggests, a mug based on a very modernist version of a tiki. This tiki once stood outside the Trader Vic's in San Francisco. It has simple tear-drop shaped eyes, a long rectangular nose and a small closed mouth.

    This design, like others in partnership from Sven and Tiki Farm, was released in three different glaze colors. The first in a light beige/brown was released December 2nd at Trader Vic's in Emeryville for the first book signing ($125) hosted/produced by Eve Bergeron and Trader Vic's. The second in a light celadon green glaze was released by Tiki Farm through their website December 17th ($75). The third was released in a light yellowish beige/green glaze to be sold by Sven, himself.

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    No. 1 Tiki Mug in Dark Glaze

    A mug shaped like a whitish skull atop a brown Tiki. There is also a lighter colored version limited to 20 pieces total. Comes with certificate of authenticity.

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    No. 1 Tiki Mug in Dark Glaze

    A mug shaped like a whitish skull atop a brown Tiki. There is also a lighter colored version limited to 20 pieces total. Comes with certificate of authenticity.

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    Repellant Charge Mug - by Squid - for Lost Temple Traders

    This mug is shaped like a giant purple squid with yellow eyes engulfing a submarine.

    The Repellant Charge is a collaboration between Lost Temple Traders and Bauer Pottery. Sculpted by the Squid, this mug is limited to just 200 pieces.

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    Three Dots and a Dash Rum Barrel Mug Matte Brown

    This mug is shaped like a rum barrel and is marked for "Three Dots and a Dash, Chicago." Released for the First Anniversary celebration of Three Dots And A Dash.

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    The McGee for Three Dots and a Dash a.k.a. Barnacle Bill Mug

    This is a mug shaped like the head of Three Dots and a Dash owner, Paul McGee, with his signature mustache and long beard. He wears sea shell glasses and is covered in other nautical life, including a large starfish and some barnacles on back. Designed by Shelby Allison and The Pizz.

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    Onigawara for Three Dots and a Dash a.k.a. Oni

    Oni is Mr. G's Tikified version of the Japanese gargoyle found atop many a home in Japan, used to ward-off evil spirits. The mug's head is crowned with two small horns and the mouth is open to show several pointed teeth. Oni is glazed in a green-blue dual tone. Width is 4.5" including side pieces, but opening and cylinder of main mug is 3" diameter. This version has a heat decal on the back for Three Dots and a Dash in Chicago, IL. Used to serve their "Bunny's Banana Daiquiri."

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    Don Tiki “Hot Like Lava” Mug - Turquoise Blue with Red Interior - by Dr. Alderete

    This mug is shaped like a moai holding a record in front. It is glazed in blue with red interior and this color-way was limited to 250 pieces. The reverse features a wahine that appears on the Don Tiki album, Hot Like Lava.

    The mug was sold through Tiki Farm with a matching enamel pin featuring the same wahine on the album and reverse of the mug.

    The mug was also sold as a combination with the record release through lightintheattic.net

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    Bikini Lounge Phoenix Mug - for 2022

    This is a mug shaped like a fiery phoenix with wings outspread.

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    Max's Bird God - Blue Green Variant

    Max's Bird God mug was released in two different glazes, the black w/ red eyes and tongue, and a blue-green version, also with red eyes and a red tongue.

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    Max's Kona Kai Frigate Bird - Super Limited Edition #16

    This mug is based on a vintage 10' tall carving of a Frigate Bird done by Jim Casey that originated in 1960 with the opening of the Kona Kai in Philadelphia. It sat above their entryway originally and was salvaged when the Kona Kai was demolished in 1985. Later, it was purchased for Max's along with several other pieces in the Jordan Reichek collection which were catalogued by Sven Tiki in his exhibition catalogue book, The Art of Tiki, in 2017.

    Along with the mug came an 8 1/2" x 14" poster of the original Kona-Ka architectural plans by Armet & Davis (Los Angeles Architectural Firm).

    This is the ultra detailed version limited to 25 pieces and are hand-painted by Max's in-house ceramics crew (Olivia, Elise, and Jerry "Bertiki " or "The Rainbow Professor"). There is also a less detailed regular limited edition of 200 pieces which are 40% smaller than the Super Limited version.

    Distinguishing characteristics:

    #16/50

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    Stone Fountain Mug - First Edition - Mossy Gray Exterior with Deep Blue Interior - by Anthony Carpenter - for Max's South Seas Hideaway #25 a.k.a. Max's Fountain Mug

    This is a mug shaped like a full-bodied standing tiki with hands at sides, standing on a carved round dais, covered in tattoos, and with a slight flare to the top rim of the mug.

    Anthony was asked to design this mug which is based on the cement tiki that is part of Max's fountain. That tiki also appears in the cocktail menu. The finished mug features a glaze by Olivia from Max's ceramics department.

    First edition and limited to 60 pieces.

    Distinguishing characteristics:

    25/60

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    Max's Kona Kai Frigate Bird - Artist Proof a.k.a. Max's Kona Kai Frigate Bird - AP

    This mug is based on a vintage 10' tall carving of a Frigate Bird done by Jim Casey that originated in 1960 with the opening of the Kona Kai in Philadelphia. It sat above their entryway originally and was salvaged when the Kona Kai was demolished in 1985. Later, it was purchased for Max's along with several other pieces in the Jordan Reichek collection which were catalogued by Sven Tiki in his exhibition catalogue book, The Art of Tiki, in 2017.

    There was a larger and ultra detailed Super Limited version limited to 25 pieces hand-painted by Max's in-house ceramics crew (Olivia, Elise, and Jerry "Bertiki " or "The Rainbow Professor"). There was also a less detailed regular limited edition of 200 pieces which are 40% smaller than the Super Limited version.

    This is an Artist Proof (AP) of the regular limited edition pieces, same size as those in the edition of 200, but as artist proofs each one is unique in glaze color and details.

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    Max's Kona Kai Frigate Bird - Limited Edition #188

    This mug is based on a vintage 10' tall carving of a Frigate Bird done by Jim Casey that originated in 1960 with the opening of the Kona Kai in Philadelphia. It sat above their entryway originally and was salvaged when the Kona Kai was demolished in 1985. Later, it was purchased for Max's along with several other pieces in the Jordan Reichek collection which were catalogued by Sven Tiki in his exhibition catalogue book, The Art of Tiki, in 2017.

    This mug was preceded by an ultra detailed version limited to 25 pieces and hand-painted by Max's in-house ceramics crew (Olivia, Elise, and Jerry "Bertiki " or "The Rainbow Professor").

    This is the less detailed regular limited edition of 200 pieces which are 40% smaller than the Super Limited version.

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    Creature Feature - Second Edition - Blue - by Derek Yaniger for Max's South Seas Hideaway

    This is a mug shaped like a Gill Man or Creature From the Black Lagoon with claws folded across chest and showing an open mouth filled with sharp teeth. Blue glaze. Marked "Max's South Seas Hideaway" on lower front.

    The green first edition (200 pieces) was followed by this blue glaze edition (100 pieces) and a burnt orange glaze edition (25 pieces). Both the blue and orange versions are an inch shorter but they are also slightly wider and still hold same amount.

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    Maxie Maori

    This mug is shaped like a traditional full body Maori tiki with tongue out and holding a skull in front. Glazed in a reddish brown. Sold as a set along with a Minnie Maori.

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    Minnie Maori

    This is a small mug shaped like a traditional Maori tiki with tongue out and a skull on its forehead. It was part of a set with a larger Maxie Maori mug.

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    PopTiki P-19 Marq Head Green

    A Marquesan styled Tiki head mug with wide slitted nostrils and mouth, but large eyes on either side. Cross-hatched design between eyes in middle of forehead. This is the green glazed version with cream interior.

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    PopTiki P-24 Turtle Bowl

    This is a bowl shaped like an upside down turtle shell. Exterior glazes vary (beige, brown, green, etc...) Rests on four feet. White interior glaze.

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    Johnny Yokel Moai Mug - by Eekum Bookum #12

    This is a mug shaped like a moai wearing a barrel with suspenders to hold it up and also playing a ukulele. Came with non-ceramic removable straw hat also.

    From the Eekum Bookum website:

    "This mug was sculpted a few years back... when Johnny Yokel lived off the beaten path in Alabama. He was a member of the Gonesville Goons... and his persona brought a little bit country and a little bit...well...rocking... his Uke. This Mulder Moai stands 8.5" tall (without his hat) and holds a whopping 24 oz (no ice) of your favorite concoction. The lid/hat is removable and has straw hole access. His uke and buttons have 22k gold highlights. His tiki feet fit in size 11 checkered Vans. Hope you enjoy him y’all."

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    Bali Hai Lei Holding Hula Girl Mug

    This hiball features an exotic looking hula girl with long dark hair. She is dressed in yellow and has red lips, a red flower in her hair and is wearing a red lei.

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    Rincon Salvage Bob #21

    This mug is shaped like a Tiki Bob head in a cracked glass-faced dive helmet with The Creature from the Black Lagoon's webbed hands dragging him down into the deep.

    The mug holds 20 oz, it’s 6 1/2” tall and 4 1/2” wide and deep. The design is by Ron Ferrell with additional art and sculpt by Tom Thordarson and John Mulder. Manufactured by Eekum Bookum. Produced by Ron's Lost Cargo company. Only 32 released initially in early October 2020 with more to come, but it is a limited edition run.

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    Qualcomm Snapdragon Tiki Mug Brown

    This is a mug shaped like a tiki head and featuring the Snapdragon mascot figure on its forehead. Glazed in a medium brown.

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    Trader Vic's Angoram Tiki Mug a.k.a. Trader Vic's PNG Angoram Mug, Trader Vic's Papua New Guinea Angoram Mug

    From Trader Vic's:

    "Designed by Trader Vic's legend, Javier Del Campo, the Angoram mug is part of our Papua New Guinea mug collection. This mug holds 30 OZ. The inspiration for this design comes from Angoram, a city in the Sepik province of Papua New Guinea."

    There is also a mini mug version of this same design.

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    Trader Vic’s Ramu Tiki Mug a.k.a. Trader Vic's PNG Ramu Mug, Trader Vic's Papua New Guinea Ramu Mug

    From Trader Vic's:

    "Designed by Trader Vic's legend, Javier Del Campo, the Ramu mug is part of our Papua New Guinea mug collection. This mug holds 24 OZ. The inspiration for this design comes from the Ramu river, where the Bosmun people live."

    There is also a mini mug version of this same design.

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    Trader Vic’s Ramu Mini

    Designed by Javier Del Campo for Trader Vic’s, Ramu is based on a Papua New Guinea river legends where the Bosmun people live. Ramu comes either as a 24 ounce sized cocktail mug or this mini 2 ounce sized shot glass.

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    Trader Vic’s Angoram Mini

    Designed by Javier Del Campo for Trader Vic’s, Angoram is based on masks from the Papua New Guinea city of Angoram. Angoram comes either as a 30 ounce sized cocktail mug or this mini 2 ounce sized shot glass.

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    The Reef Long Pig Mug a.k.a. The Reef Severed Foot Mug, The Reef Native's Foot Mug

    Jeff's description:

    293

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    Fugu Moko

    Jeff's description:

    #5/25

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    Skipper Kent's OMC Surfer Girl Mug

    Jeff's description:

    Deep concave bottom

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    KaimuKU Tiki Mug #3

    Jeff's description:

    #3

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    Gecko'z Full Moko Lidded Warrior Head Vase Custom a.k.a. Moka Kila Custom

    Jeff's description:

    Signed "Gecko Oct 31 2015 Hawaii" in silver on bottom.

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    Troh #5 a.k.a. Troh Mask Mug of the Bangwa Cameroon Night Society

    Jeff's description:

    #5

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    Aikane Shot Yellow #9

    Jeff's description:

    Green 9/25

    Distinguishing characteristics:

    Green #9

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    Little Kahuna Shot Brown #15

    Jeff's description:

    15/25

    Distinguishing characteristics:

    Not brown

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    Bosko Maori Mug 2012 #14

    This is a mug designed like a Maori Tiki head with an extended tongue and moko patterns. Glazed in brown.

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    Bahi Hut Tangaroa Mug - Limited Edition - Brown With Orange Interior

    From Bahi Hut website:

    "Limited Edition Eekum Bookum mugs made by John Mulder out of St. Petersburg FL. This mug features our Tom Fowner Tiki & was designed by RoboTiki. This color is the original production with an orange interior."

    There is also a slightly lighter brown version with blue interior glaze.

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    Tiki-Ti Ray's Mistake Mug a.k.a. Tiki-Ti House Mug

    This is the house mug for the Tiki-Ti shaped like a cylindrical mug but resembling the building itself. It is a little replica of the place...the original front door...and Ray, peeking out of a window covered in Tapa cloth and giving a "shaka" sign. Primarily brown, but includes tan, yellow, and black as well. Red interior. Released in limited edition on Friday, January 6th, 2017. The "Ray's Mistake" cocktail originated in 1968 and is named after Ray Buhen. It is a super secret formula known to contain Passion Fruit and Coruba Rum, among various other exotic flavors.

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    KŪ - First Edition - Sage Green - by Woody Miller #1

    From Woody Miller's website:

    "Kū, the Hawaiian god of war, strength, healing, and snatcher of land. King Kamehameha I chose Kū as his guardian to help unify the islands of Hawaii and had statues created of him around the west side of Hawaii near Kona.

    Glazed in a deep sage green/brown oxide wipe, with speckled lime green interior, and Hawaiian pattern tattoo on back.

    First edition of 25 mugs in this glaze combo (numbered), second edition of 25 in another glaze for a total of 50.

    Materials: Lead-free white stoneware ceramic & food safe glaze

    Capacity: 16oz

    Size: 3.75” width x 5” high (dimensions will vary slightly)

    Designed, sculpted, molded, glazed and fired by Woody in Oakland, CA."

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    Creature from the Crab Rangoon - Mild Edition

    This mug from the Black Lagoon Room depicts an Green tentacled creature poking out of the top of a common Chinese Food takeout carton. The mug has a lid designed to garnish with chopsticks. The first edition of this mug was available in a "Spicy" (Orange) or "Mild" (Green) color option. It was announced the second edition would be available in an "Extra Spicy" (Red) and "Leftovers" (Blue)

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    Drunkie Shrunkies - Limited Edition - by Munktiki Imports - for The Black Lagoon Room

    A mug shaped like two shrunken heads sipping cocktails through individual straws.

    From the Black Lagoon Room website:

    "Nobody (and no bodies?) likes to drink alone, that's why our DRUNKIE SHRUNKIES make the perfect pair!

    They've been our unofficial mascots going back to our very first enamel pin design (and one of our very first prints) so they were a no brainer to bring to 'life' with this brand new limited edition Tiki mug!

    These BIG, sturdy mugs stand a full 7 inches tall and hold a whopping 28 oz of your creepy cocktail of choice... and the Drunkie Shrunkies look like they've already had a few, so you better catch up fast!

    Glaze features Electric blue hair, hand painted white details (stitching, abstract bugs, text, straws) dark green wipe away glaze on the faces, and our Black Lagoon Room logo on the reverse. What's not to like?"

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    Andrew Cooke Creature Mug #1 a.k.a. KookieTiki Creature Mug, Andrew Cooke Creature From The Black Lagoon Mug

    Jeff's description:

    AP 1

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    Birdman IV #18 a.k.a. PNG Birdman mask Tiki mug #4

    The 4th in the Papua New Guinea style Birdman mask mug series by Jungle Modern Ceramics.

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    Napco Four Tiki Handled Mug

    This brown speckled matte mug with white glazed interior was manufactured by Napco. It has a handle that connects at the top only and a woodgrain look over the entire surface. The mug features four full-body tikis in relief (whose design closely resembles figurines made by Polystone).

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    Tall Serene Face Asian-Themed Mug Brown

    This tall brown mug has a serene face toward the bottom and intricate markings all the way up the remainder of the mug. Similar to the design used at the Hawaiian Inn in Florida, this version has slightly boxy ears protruding from the sides of the head. The tall version came with a wooden stand originally and was made in more than one glaze color.

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    Tall Serene Face Asian-Themed Mug Brown

    Jeff's description:

    This orange serene face mug is larger and more detailed than the Brown mug.

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    King Tā Moko Mug - Halloween 2020 Zombie Variant - Limited Edition for Esotico Miami #10 a.k.a. Maori Tattoo Elvis Zombie Mug

    Jeff's description:

    Bloody variant Zombie King Ta Moko mug for Halloween 2021

    Distinguishing characteristics:

    Bloody variant, Zombie King Ta Moko mug for Halloween 2021 #010