This clear zombie glass features wrap-around heat decal Tiki tOny art, including tikis from the Mai-Kai, the topless mermaid carving from the Molokai bar, and depictions of Mai-Kai mugs and glassware. Heat decal includes turquoise, aqua, and gold on three different design panels. Measures 7" by 2.25.
This is a mug shaped like a cartoonish beachcombing octopus living out of a dive helmet.
From Tiki tOny at TikiLand Trading Co.:
"My little Drunktapus is finally in mug form! I drew this silly little fella about 8 years ago on some drink coasters I was selling at Don the Beachcombers!
Thursten Van Ripplebottom is a beachcomber Octopus who explores tropical lagoons collecting sunken treasures and decorating his cavern shack.
One day while Tiki tOny was beachcombing himself, he stumbled upon this cute little Drunktapus with a tiki mug in hand. Tony was as stunned as a puffer when this cute little fella raised his mug and eye brows and greeted with an, 'Aloha Dude!' Tony nearly lost his marbles and did a double take as the Drunktapus began to talk. They became fast friends and shared beachcombing tall tales about relics that slipped away from their grubby lil tentacles!
Thursten Van Ripplebottom or better known as Drunktapus is here to remind you of the simple pleasures of beachcombing and discovering once sunken treasures! Enjoy lifes little treasures just like Drunktapus!"
From The Cellar:
"Drawing inspiration from our first Tiki tOny mug, the Tiki tOny Barrel Mug, he has created The Cellar Gentleman a 16oz Skull wearing our signature bowler hat. Sculpted and produced by Munktiki."
Bertha is an Indian Elephant and one of the most recognizable attractions in the Disney Jungle Cruise. Here, she is wearing a flower lei and a beachcomber's hat.
From TikiLand Trading Co.:
"Sunbathing Bertha was always happy to be showered with waterfalls of affection and joy. She is sure to make you as happy as an elephant in a bathing pool in a magical river of exploration.
This mug is also available as part of the 'You're in De Nile' 2 mug set."
Designed by Tiki tOny and sculpted by THOR.
This is a mug with three stacked heads: a skull at top, a shrunken head in middle, and a tiki head at bottom.
Glazed in a light brown.
Designed by Tiki tOny, sculpted by THOR, manufactured in China, and produced/sold by TikiLand Trading.
TikiLand Trading describes the mug as being sketched in the notebook of an unknown explorer:
"One such artifact was a stack of skulls depicting the three stages of existence, drawn on a cave wall, deep in the jungles of TikiLand."
This mug is shaped like the bust of a bearded adventurer wearing a pith helmet, but is bisected vertically so that one side shows him as he was in life and the other is a skull-like version of him after his death somewhere lost in the deep wilds of the jungle.
Designed by Tiki tOny, sculpted by THOR, manufactured overseas, and produced/sold by TikiLand Trading Co.
From Tikiland Trading Company:
"Beachcomber Monkey was a happy little guy who wore many hats on his many adventures searching for that perfect treasure! Somedays he was searching ingredients for his perfect cocktail, while other days the treasures just found him on his meanderings.
You see, Beachcomber monkey never had a plan, just positive free spirit that guided his daily routine! When I get caught up in my daily grind, I try to remember, live like the Beachcomber Monkey, have fun, and watch the treasures come to you. Often enough, if we keep our eyes peeled like bananas, we will find we already have the treasures others are searching for! We can’t all go without clothes like our little monkey friend, so the next best thing is an aloha shirt to remind us to take it easy!
This ceramic tiki mug is was designed by Tiki tOny, sculpted by Thor, and is our first mug that we've had manufactured by The Shrunken Monkey!"
This mug was designed by Tiki tOny, sculpted by THOR (Tom Thordarson), and produced by Tikiland Trading.
It is based on the Ghostly Bride at Disneyland's Haunted Mansion.
The mug is a Tim Burtonesque tall bride in a wedding dress with an axe clutched behind her back in both hands. Tapa designs on dress and glazed in a light aqua wipe-away glaze. Made of porcelain.
Came as a set with a drink card for the "Death Certificate" cocktail and a matching collector's pin.
From the Tikiland website:
"While this ghostly bride may have been left 6ft under... at the altar... she’s back, and she’s got an axe to pick. Her bridal gown, covered in a beautiful tapa design, suggests that her vows were to be exchanged somewhere in the South Pacific, but clearly something didn't go as planned. This tiki mug will be made of white porcelain, with glazed accents emphasizing her 'glowing aura'."
This is a mug shaped like a tikified version of the helmet belonging to the Rocketeer.
The Rocketeer is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books originally published by Pacific Comics. Created by writer/artist Dave Stevens, the character first appeared in 1982 and is a homage to the Saturday matinee serial heroes from the 1930s through the 1950s. The Rocketeer's secret identity is Cliff Secord, a stunt pilot who discovers a mysterious jetpack that allows him to fly. His adventures are set in Los Angeles and New York in 1938, and Stevens gave them a retro, nostalgic feel influenced by the King of the Rocket Men and Commando Cody movie serials (both from Republic Pictures), and a love interest inspired by pinup diva Bettie Page. The Rocketeer character was also adapted into the 1991 Walt Disney Pictures film The Rocketeer by director Joe Johnston.
Tikiland Trading gives their version the following backstory:
"Legend has it that a beachcomber castaway, a bombardier from a downed Flying Fortress, in the South Pacific during WWII had to fashion a helmet from coconuts and driftwood for when he strapped himself to a Mai Tai fueled rocket in an attempt to get off the island. The wood finish glaze will rocket your Jet Pilot or flaming drinks to new heights! Last known whereabouts of The Beachcomber Bombardier are unknown… but we picked up his helmet back where it began, on the beach!"
Designed by Tiki tOny and sculpted by THOR. Produced by Tikiland Trading Co.
This mug is a hybrid design of the golden Chachapoya Fertility Idol featured in the 1981 film, Raiders of the Lost Ark, and cannibal/tiki imagery.
Designed by Tiki tOny and sculpted by THOR. Produced by TikiLand Trading Co.
This is a tiki-fied rendering of the popular character of Grogu (sometimes referred to as The Child or Baby Yoda) from The Mandalorian television series on Disney +, which is part of the greater Star Wars franchise.
From TikiLand Trading:
"Unkle Coco, the Tikilorian, had a heckuva time babysitting this youngling. Born with mysterious powers, Keiki Bob is sure to impress if you let him loose in the cantina with his outer rim concoctions."
This piece was designed by Tiki tOny, sculpted by THOR, manufactured overseas, and produced by TikiLand Trading.
Came with an enamel pin, a green swizzle stick featuring Grogu at top and a long-legged frog at bottom, and a recipe card for a Frog Cutter cocktail (play on Fog Cutter and the fact Grogu likes to eat frogs).
This was a pre-sale that was ordered on December 2020 but did not start to arrive with customers until January 2021.
On December 8th, 2020, Smuggler's Cove produced this limited edition puffer fish mug design in a green and blue glaze. It included a 8" hand-netted fish bowl. Called the "Pufferfloat", this version is meant to sit in the netted bowl and resemble the puffer fish float lamps made by Oceanic Arts and others. It was limited to 100 pieces.
After this, TikiLand Mug Society released a second edition of this puffer fish mug design on December 29th, 2020. It was a limited edition of 300 in a light beige and brown glaze combination with green interior. Named after the Coco Puffs breakfast cereal and a play on words because it is meant to be a hybrid coconut shaped like a puffer fish. Only 75 of the initial pieces were released at first, with the rest to be issued when available. It did not included the netted bowl.
TikiLand Mug Society released this puffer fish mug design on December 29th, 2020. It was a limited edition of 300 in a light beige and brown glaze combination with green interior. Named after the Coco Puffs breakfast cereal and a play on words because it is meant to be a hybrid coconut shaped like a puffer fish. Only 75 of the initial pieces were released at first, with the rest to be issued when available.
Prior to this, Smuggler's Cove also produced a limited edition of 100 of this same puffer fish mug design in green and blue glaze that included a 8" hand-netted fish bowl on December 8th, 2020. Called the "Pufferfloat", this version is meant to resemble the puffer fish float lamps made by Oceanic Arts and others.
This mug depicts the "Rosita" animatronic parrot from the Tangaroa Terrace at Disneyland, perched on a crate that says "TikiLand Day." Rosita is a light pink color, almost white.
This mug was released as an optional set with the similar Jose design. It was sold through the Tikiland Trading Co. website.
This mug depicts the "Jose" animatronic spanish parrot from Walt Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room, perched on a crate that says "Adventure Land Day." Jose is primarily red with yellow, green, and blue on the wings. He wears a small hat.
This mug was released as an optional set with the similar Rosita design.
It was sold through the Tikiland Trading Co. website.
This ceramic tiki mug is bone white and black matte/satin glazed with an accent of an orange glossy glaze and has garnish 'bowls' on the top and around the base of the mug. The beverage opening is 3" x 2", and is on the backside. The mug is 5.5" in height, width, and length, and holds 23 ounces. 250 in this limited numbered edition.
Comes with a custom tiki cocktail recipe created by Kelly Merrell, @oldmanmerrell on IG.
This limited edition ceramic mug was designed for Raised by Wolves by Tiki Tony, and depicts a dapper wolf in a tuxedo holding two tiki mugs.
The Shrunken Grump holds 14oz and is 7 inches tall. The top knot holds 1 tablespoon. This tiki mug is available exclusively from False Idol and Consortium Holdings in a limited edition of 300. Each mug is signed by Tiki tOny, hand numbered, and is accompanied by a limited enamel pin of the the Shrunken Grump.
Stylized mermaid. First edition has pink hair and a green fin. Mermaid, mermaid, swimming in the sea,
why don’t you come to the surface just so we can see!? Jelly fish, kelp, and seahorses are fine, but it’s your scales that are on our mind! From the mermaid lagoon, she was born, Fill her up with a cocktail, and garnish to adorn!
A mug shaped like two birds nesting (pairing in PAIRadise) on top of each other but turned in opposite directions with a layer of skulls in bottom of nest. Top bird is glazed in an orange wash and the bottom bird and skulls are glazed in a pink wash. Pink interior. Came packaged in Tiki tOny designed crate box. This Lost Lake/False Idol collaboration mug was made for the Pele's Lost Cove event in San Diego. It was one of three mugs released by three different artists for the event. The others included a mug by Tiki Diablo and a mug by Notch.
This bowl was hand made by Tiki tOny. It is a dark brown pinched bowl with some volcanic activity inside. Exterior has a tiki face incised on surface.
This is a double old fashioned glass featuring artwork by Tiki tOny inspired by Disneyland's Enchanted Tiki Room (Pele, Toucans with Dole Whips, and Tangaroa Tree with Hanging Tiki Babies). Marked "Tiki tOny" on front and "Tiki Room" on back. The glass is printed on both sides in brown & green. There is also a version with brown & blue lettering and graphics.
This is a mug shaped like a mermaid with arms raised to the sides of her head in a pinup pose. This mug was made by both Tony and his wife, Alene. They were glazed individually by Alene. Colors and decoration vary, including both solid colors and multi-colored versions. Additionally, for an extra $40 charge, custom commission glaze combinations were available.
This is a mug shaped like a man's head with a large nose, a thin slit of a mouth, and holes in his ears. It is a unique hand built piece.
This is a mug shaped like a large standing Marquesan-style tiki with large curlicued nostrils, small downturned mouth, and large eyes on sides. It is based on a vintage tiki that Rincon Trading Post (Ron Ferrell/Bongofury) has and an exact version of it was in Disneyland well before the Tiki Room was built. 250 were made in green glaze with black wash and in the bone white with brown wipe-away and only 100 of the bone white with blue wipe-away. This version is hand-painted by Tiki tOny. Each hand-painted mug is unique in color and design.
This is a large barrel shaped mug featuring a tiki on front with a curlicue smile and holding a skull with a bowler hat on its head. Manufactured by Munktiki Imports. Released May 11th, 2019. The mug is used to serve the cocktail, “Underground Madness” which includes: Appleton’s 12 Year Rare Jamaican Rum, House Macadamia & Coconut Rum Cordial, Medium Dry Madeira, Passionfruit, and Lime. The Cellar was constructed by the same craftsman who built Pirates of the Caribbean at Disneyland and is a well regarded landmark.
This volcano tiki mug was thrown on a potter's wheel by Cory Bluemling, then detailed and glazed by Tiki tOny. Size and glazes vary.
This tiki mug is the first produced by Tiki tOny, and his second design (the first was for the Tabou Tiki Room in Berlin). The mug design is a tiki with a very wide grin and large protruding eyes, giving a lizard-like appearance. This version is glazed in yellow and comes with a woven grass skirt and a hand-carved wooden skull pendant.
Hiphipahula's Tuki Tuki Hut is a one of a kind Tiki Tony original created for Kelly "Hiphipahula" Reilly. The hut is inspired by the images from Tony's paintings. The hut has a bamboo door with a sign reading "Hiphipahula" above it and a Rongo over the sign. The front corners feature Tony's stacks of skulls and the back corners have bamboo. The back of the hut features a pair of ti leaves. The roof of the hut has four straw holes and the interior is cream, pink and green. The hut sits on a "wiki stump" and is flanked by two trees which are made of palm and driftwood.
This is a mug shaped like a standing Tangaroa Tiki with a slightly cartoony style. He has coffee bean shaped eyes and a wood grain. The mug was made in different shades of "driftwood glaze" that aim for a vintage Treasure Craft look with darker shades picking out the detail in recessed areas. The first 17 premiered at Tiki Oasis 15.
This bird mug comes in the same style as the popular Tiki tOny driftwood toucans and mugs sold for years previously. The bird has large eyes, a big beak, and a pudgy belly. He comes in a variety of glaze combinations.
This stylized skull mug was molded and slipcast by Tiki tOny. It has large eye sockets with large round eyeballs and tiny black pupils. It is missing the lower jaw. Glaze colors vary. Tiki tOny also made a hand built skull mug design.
This mug is shaped like a standing monkey with a wacky hairdo. tOny sculpted this in 2005 and it is based on a carving he made for a friend that was supposed to emulate a friend's hair. Glazed in a variety of colors. Released at 2015 Tiki Caliente in Palm Springs.
This Marquesan Tiki shot mug was designed and produced by Tiki Tony. It is wearing a tiny hula skirt.
This is a mug shaped like a living pineapple with large eyes looking upward. This mug was made by both Tony and his wife, Alene. Tony rough sculpted the design, and Alene finish sculpted it. Tony molded, slipcast, and fired the pieces. They were glazed individually by Alene. Colors and decoration vary.
This mug is shaped like a puffer fish and was molded and slipcast by Tiki tOny. The puffer has large eyes and is looking sleepily upward. Glaze colors vary. Tiki tOny also made a hand built puffer fish mug design.
This is a mug shaped like an upside down Tiki. Inspired by Ngendei, the "Earth Balancer," an upside down Tiki at Disneyland's Enchanted Tiki Room outside pre-show. Available in several different glaze color variations.
This is a mug shaped like a pink elephant with a flower in its hair and upraised trunk. The bar's signature cocktail, the "Pink Elephant" is made with pink lemonade and vodka. This is a custom version, and, as such, details will vary.
This is a mug shaped like a pink elephant with a flower in its hair and upraised trunk. The bar's signature cocktail, the "Pink Elephant" is made with pink lemonade and vodka. This is the regular, unnumbered, edition sold at Bar Pink.
This rum barrel mug was thrown on a potter's wheel by Cory Bluemling, then detailed and glazed by Tiki tOny. Size and glazes vary.
This bird mug comes in the same style as the popular Tiki tOny driftwood toucans and mugs sold for years previously. The bird has sleepy eyes, a small beak, and a pudgy belly. He comes in a variety of glaze combinations. Released for Tiki Oasis 2013.
A mug shaped like a pink elephant drinking from a Tiki mug. Released for Tiki Oasis 2013.
This mug is shaped like a diving helmet and was made by Tiki tOny. This is the slip-cast version, based on his earlier handmade design. The helmet is beige with rivet marks and barnacles. Released for Tiki Oasis 2013.
A Marquesan styled Tiki mug holding a skull. Black & white glaze.
A Marquesan styled Tiki mug holding a skull. Green glaze. Premiered at Tiki Oasis 2012.
A wacky looking Papua New Guinea Tiki mug with a curly design motif on face, nose, arms, and stomach. Brown glaze. Premiered at Tiki Oasis 2012.
This is a brown glazed ceramic martini glass with a Tiki for the stem.
This mug is shaped like a diving helmet and was hand made by Tiki tOny. The helmet is beige with rivet marks and barnacles.