Wendy Cevola

Wendy Cevola is an artist who is currently working in both clay and ceramics. Her work has been extensively documented on Tiki Central and she is known for custom pieces and for her Sacramento Tiki Crawl mugs especially.

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    Da Bloody Maori in 11 collections

    Designers
    Gecko, Wendy Cevola
    Manufacturer
    Gecko'z South Sea Arts

    Da Bloody Maori is Gecko and Wendy Cevola's take on the Ren Clark Severed Head mug. The head is upside down with blood streaming down from the severed area. The face has moko.

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    Da Bloody Maori Artist Proof in 4 collections

    Designers
    Gecko, Wendy Cevola
    Manufacturer
    Gecko'z South Sea Arts

    Da Bloody Maori is Gecko and Wendy Cevola's take on the Ren Clark Severed Head mug. The head is upside down with blood streaming down from the severed area. The face has moko. The artist proof was an edition of 8 and has a unique bloody glaze.

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    Da Bloody Maori Custom in 7 collections

    Designers
    Gecko, Wendy Cevola
    Manufacturer
    Gecko'z South Sea Arts

    Da Bloody Maori is Gecko and Wendy Cevola's take on the Ren Clark Severed Head mug. The head is upside down, and the face has moko. Custom versions vary in glaze and decoration.

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    Da Bloody Maori Prototype in 1 collection

    Designers
    Gecko, Wendy Cevola
    Manufacturer
    Gecko'z South Sea Arts

    Da Bloody Maori is Gecko and Wendy Cevola's take on the Ren Clark Severed Head mug. The head is upside down, and the face has moko.

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    Da Bloody Maori Small in 3 collections

    Designers
    Gecko, Wendy Cevola
    Manufacturer
    Gecko'z South Sea Arts

    Da Bloody Maori Small is a smaller 16 oz version of Gecko and Wendy Cevola's take on the Ren Clark Severed Head mug. The head is upside down with blood streaming down from the severed area. It has a red dirt finish on the outside with red glaze on the inside.

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    Eat, Drink, and Be Merry Mug a.k.a. Wendy Cevola & Babalu Lanai Tribute Mug - in 4 collections

    Designer
    Wendy Cevola
    Manufacturer
    Babalu

    Mug with three similar Tikis ringed around the sides. Inspired by a vintage Tiki mug from The Lanai in San Mateo, CA (pictured on page 41 & 42 of Duke Carter's Tiki Quest). The Eat, Drink & Be Merry Tiki mug was designed and sculpted by Wendy Cevola. Manufactured by Babalu. Each of these mugs is brown with the Tikis in an off-white glaze. Limited edition of 10 - two each in red, orange, yellow, green and blue interior glazes (one blue interior glazed mug destroyed). Additional artist proofs made in unique glazes.

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    Eat, Drink, and Be Merry Mug AP a.k.a. Wendy Cevola & Babalu Lanai Tribute Mug AP - in 10 collections

    Designer
    Wendy Cevola

    Mug with three similar Tikis ringed around the sides. Inspired by a vintage Tiki mug from The Lanai in San Mateo, CA (pictured on page 41 & 42 of Duke Carter's Tiki Quest). The Eat, Drink & Be Merry Tiki mug was designed and sculpted by Wendy Cevola. The early limited edition of 10 was manufactured by Babalu. This is one of several artist proofs manufactured by Wendy Cevola in a unique glaze.

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    Forbidden Island Tiki Crate Mug in 5 collections

    Designer
    Wendy Cevola

    The Forbidden Island Tiki Crate Mug was created by Wendy Cevola (aka: danlovestikis) for Forbidden Island's 5th Anniversary, and was sold at the anniversary party April 22, 2011 at the F.I. in Alameda. The mug is shaped like a shipping crate with one corner broken off to expose a Tiki inside. The set of sixty regular edition mugs are primarily dark gray with an ice blue packing around the Tiki inside. Cevola created an accompanying statue (edition of 50) with a brown crate and fire red packing inside. She refers to the mug and statue together as the "Fire and Ice" series. Additionally, there are a number of Artist Proofs of the F.I. Tiki Crate Mug with a rainbow of glaze combinations.

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    Designer
    Wendy Cevola

    The Forbidden Island Tiki Crate Mug was created by Wendy Cevola (aka: danlovestikis) for Forbidden Island's 5th Anniversary, and was sold at the anniversary party April 22, 2011 at the F.I. in Alameda. The mug is shaped like a shipping crate with one corner broken off to expose a Tiki inside. The set of sixty regular edition mugs are primarily dark gray with an ice blue packing around the Tiki inside. Cevola created an accompanying statue (edition of 50) with a brown crate and fire red packing inside. She refers to the mug and statue together as the "Fire and Ice" series. Additionally, there are a number of Artist Proofs of the F.I. Tiki Crate Mug with a rainbow of glaze combinations.

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    Designer
    Wendy Cevola
    Manufacturer
    Gecko'z South Sea Arts

    The Forbidden Island Tiki Crate Mug was created by Wendy Cevola (aka: danlovestikis) for Forbidden Island's 5th Anniversary, and was sold at the anniversary party April 22, 2011 at the F.I. in Alameda. The mug is shaped like a shipping crate with one corner broken off to expose a Tiki inside. The set of sixty regular edition mugs are primarily dark gray with an ice blue packing around the Tiki inside. Cevola created an accompanying statue (edition of 50) with a brown crate and fire red packing inside. She refers to the mug and statue together as the "Fire and Ice" series. Additionally, there are a number of Artist Proofs of the F.I. Tiki Crate Mug with a rainbow of glaze combinations. This edition by Gecko is made in Hawaii from Wendy Cevola's molds and is made with Gecko'z specialty glazes, including red dirt.

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    Designer
    Wendy Cevola
    Manufacturer
    Gecko'z South Sea Arts

    The Forbidden Island Tiki Crate Mug was created by Wendy Cevola (aka: danlovestikis) for Forbidden Island's 5th Anniversary, and was sold at the anniversary party April 22, 2011 at the F.I. in Alameda. The mug is shaped like a shipping crate with one corner broken off to expose a Tiki inside. The set of sixty regular edition mugs are primarily dark gray with an ice blue packing around the Tiki inside. Cevola created an accompanying statue (edition of 50) with a brown crate and fire red packing inside. She refers to the mug and statue together as the "Fire and Ice" series. This version has the Kissed by Pele glaze and lava dripping from the rim of the mug.

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    Designer
    Wendy Cevola

    The Forbidden Island Tiki Crate Mug was created by Wendy Cevola (aka: danlovestikis) for Forbidden Island's 5th Anniversary, and was sold at the anniversary party April 22, 2011 at the F.I. in Alameda. The mug is shaped like a shipping crate with one corner broken off to expose a Tiki inside. The set of sixty regular edition mugs are primarily dark gray with an ice blue packing around the Tiki inside. Cevola created an accompanying statue (edition of 50) with a brown crate and fire red packing inside. She refers to the mug and statue together as the "Fire and Ice" series. This version is a prototype.

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    Designer
    Wendy Cevola

    The Forbidden Island Tiki Crate Mug was created by Wendy Cevola (aka: danlovestikis) for Forbidden Island's 5th Anniversary, and was sold at the anniversary party April 22, 2011 at the F.I. in Alameda. The mug is shaped like a shipping crate with one corner broken off to expose a Tiki inside. The set of sixty regular edition mugs are primarily dark gray with an ice blue packing around the Tiki inside. Cevola created an accompanying statue (edition of 50) with a brown crate and fire red packing inside. She refers to the mug and statue together as the "Fire and Ice" series. Additionally, there are a number of Artist Proofs of the F.I. Tiki Crate Mug with a rainbow of glaze combinations.

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    Designer
    Wendy Cevola

    The Forbidden Island Tiki Crate Mug was created by Wendy Cevola (aka: danlovestikis) for Forbidden Island's 5th Anniversary, and was sold at the anniversary party April 22, 2011 at the F.I. in Alameda. The mug is shaped like a shipping crate with one corner broken off to expose a Tiki inside. The set of sixty regular edition mugs are primarily dark gray with an ice blue packing around the Tiki inside. Cevola created an accompanying statue (edition of 50) with a brown crate and fire red packing inside. She refers to the mug and statue together as the "Fire and Ice" series. Additionally, there are a number of Artist Proofs of the F.I. Tiki Crate Mug with a rainbow of glaze combinations.

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    Designer
    Wendy Cevola

    The Forbidden Island Tiki Crate Mug was created by Wendy Cevola (aka: danlovestikis) for Forbidden Island's 5th Anniversary, and was sold at the anniversary party April 22, 2011 at the F.I. in Alameda. The mug is shaped like a shipping crate with one corner broken off to expose a Tiki inside. The set of sixty regular edition mugs are primarily dark gray with an ice blue packing around the Tiki inside. Cevola created an accompanying statue (edition of 50) with a brown crate and fire red packing inside. She refers to the mug and statue together as the "Fire and Ice" series. Additionally, there are a number of Artist Proofs of the F.I. Tiki Crate Mug with a rainbow of glaze combinations. The black series was limited to ten crate statues with each statue having a different highlight glaze.

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    Forbidden Island War God in 10 collections

    Designer
    Wendy Cevola
    Manufacturer
    Gecko'z South Sea Arts

    This mug features an angry tiki face with large teeth. It is a recreation of Frankoma's War God sculpted by Wendy Cevola and cast and glazed by Gecko. This version has the Forbidden Island Mai Tai glaze.

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    Geckoma Bone & Lava in 1 collection

    Designers
    Gecko, Wendy Cevola
    Manufacturer
    Gecko'z South Sea Arts

    The Geckoma is a combination of the Frankoma War God mug and Gecko's signature tiki mug base style. This version of the mug is a one-of-a-kind commissioned piece with bone white exterior and a red lava interior. The tiki is wearing da big puka necklace.

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    Geckoma Brown in 14 collections

    Designers
    Gecko, Wendy Cevola
    Manufacturer
    Gecko'z South Sea Arts

    The Geckoma is a combination of the Frankoma War God mug and Gecko's signature tiki mug base style. The mug has a brown glaze with white cold paint on da big puka necklace design.

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    Geckoma Green in 1 collection

    Designers
    Gecko, Wendy Cevola
    Manufacturer
    Gecko'z South Sea Arts

    The Geckoma is a combination of the Frankoma War God mug and Gecko's signature tiki mug base style. This limited edition version of the mug has a green glaze with white cold paint on da big puka necklace design.

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    Designers
    Gecko, Wendy Cevola
    Manufacturer
    Gecko'z South Sea Arts

    The Geckoma is a combination of the Frankoma War God mug and Gecko's signature tiki mug base style. The tiki is wearing da big puka necklace. This is the bloody gray edition for La Mariana Sailing Club in Honolulu, Hawaii.

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    Geckoma Kissed By Pele in 2 collections

    Designers
    Gecko, Wendy Cevola
    Manufacturer
    Gecko'z South Sea Arts

    The Geckoma is a combination of the Frankoma War God mug and Gecko's signature tiki mug base style. This version of the mug has Gecko's Kissed by Pele glaze with an orange/red/yellow interior. The tiki is wearing da big puka necklace.

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    Geckoma Red Dirt in 2 collections

    Designers
    Gecko, Wendy Cevola
    Manufacturer
    Gecko'z South Sea Arts

    The Geckoma is a combination of the Frankoma War God mug and Gecko's signature tiki mug base style. This version of the mug has Gecko's red dirt glaze with an orange interior. The tiki is wearing da big puka necklace.

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    This is a fog cutter shaped mug showing the devolution of a pretty wahine into a gilled Lovecraftian horror of the deep. Designed by Jonathan Chaffin (Tiki Atari on TC) and manufactured in collaboration with Tiki Farm. The Innsmouth Fogcutter Mug is inspired by HP Lovecraft's story "The Shadow Over Innsmouth." This mug is designed as if used in the Gilman House hotel lounge and bears the location stamp of infamous Innsmouth, MA. The sculpt itself features an Esoteric Order of Dagon logo, the transformation of a woman into an aquatic horror, and you can see dread Cthulhu lurking down in sunken R'yleth if you look carefully. This is a limited edition version which was re-sculpted and hand detailed and glazed by Wendy Cevola. Each of these is unique and 1/1.

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    La Mariana Handled War God Artist Proof a.k.a. La Mariana Handled War God AP - in 1 collection

    Designer
    Wendy Cevola
    Manufacturer
    Gecko'z South Sea Arts

    This mug features an angry tiki face with large teeth. It is a recreation of Frankoma's War God sculpted by Wendy Cevola and cast and glazed by Gecko. It has a palm tree textured handle. Both the La Mariana and South Sea Arts logos are imprinted on the back. This version is an artist proof, and as such, each has unique glazing and detail.

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    La Mariana Handled War God Brown in 7 collections

    Designer
    Wendy Cevola
    Manufacturer
    Gecko'z South Sea Arts

    This mug features an angry tiki face with large teeth. It is a recreation of Frankoma's War God sculpted by Wendy Cevola and cast and glazed by Gecko. This version has a brown glaze and a palm tree textured handle. Both the La Mariana and South Sea Arts logos are imprinted on the back.

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    Led Zeppelin IV Mug in 1 collection

    Designer
    Wendy Cevola

    This is a mug shaped like a fog cutter and decorated with imagery from Led Zeppelin's fourth album. Sculpt and manufacturing by Wendy Cevola. This is an original one-off commissioned design. The front shows a hooded, Druid-like figure holding a lantern, standing on rocks. It was taken from the inside sleeve of the record. The sleeve art, in turn, is from a charcoal drawing by lead guitarist Jimmy Page's friend Barrington Colby. Colby evidently drew it at Page's request. The man with the lantern is sometimes said to be The Hermit, Number IX in the tarot card deck, who is usually represented as a bearded monk holding a lamp to light the way. Of the image, Page was quoted: "The idea represents the ascension to the beacon and the light of truth." Many people thought this figure was actually Gandalf the Wizard out of The Lord of the Rings since some of their lyrics make mention of Tolkien's work. The back of the mug features symbols which represent all four of the band members.

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    Maori Head in 5 collections

    Designers
    Gecko, Wendy Cevola
    Manufacturer
    Gecko'z South Sea Arts

    This Maori Head is one of Gecko and Wendy Cevola's takes on the Ren Clark Severed Head mug. The head is upside down and the face has moko. Other versions have blood streaming down and other details.

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    Missionary's Downfall Statue in 4 collections

    Designer
    Wendy Cevola

    This is a kneeling wahine statue with large breasts and hands behind head. Wendy Cevola created a number of these and each is unique with individualized glazing. Some are alone, while others have been incorporated into bowls or other pieces. More on the sculpting, casting, and decoration of these pieces can be seen on her thread on Tiki Central.

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    Royal Hawaiian Lost Tiki Mug a.k.a. Royal Hawaiian Kamuualii, Royal Hawaiian Kamohoali'i, Royal Hawaiian Shark God, Royal Hawaiian Fisherman's Friend - in 1 collection

    Designer
    Wendy Cevola

    This is a pink mug shaped like a fog cutter and featuring the Lost Tiki statue from the Royal Hawaiian in Honolulu. The Royal Hawaiian was painted pink and the statue was made of cement and stood in front of it until sometime in 2009-2010 when it was removed and disappeared. Only the feet were left! The statue is also known as Kamuualii/Kamohoali'i, the Shark God, known as the Fisherman's Friend. This original statue was designed by Homer Merrill. You can read about the story of this Tiki at http://www.tikiroom.com/tikicentral/bb/viewtopic.php?topic=37965&forum=1&hilite=%3Cspan%20class=

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    Sacramento 2010 Tiki Crawl Mug in 4 collections

    Designer
    Wendy Cevola

    A black mug with white and coral glaze details. This mug is a tribute to two now defunct Sacramento polynesian restaurants; the Zombie Hut and Coral Reef. One side features the drumming native zombie from The Zombie Hut and the other features the Tiki mask from the Coral Reef.

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    Designer
    Wendy Cevola

    A black mug with white and coral glaze details. This mug is a tribute to two now defunct Sacramento polynesian restaurants; the Zombie Hut and Coral Reef. One side features the drumming native zombie from The Zombie Hut and the other features the Tiki mask from the Coral Reef. Glazing and detail on the artist proofs may vary.

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    Designer
    Wendy Cevola

    This is a rectangular shaped decanter with Tiki Bob and tapa graphics on the sides and a volcano spout. Created for the 2011 Sacramento Capital Tiki Bar/Living Space Tour (October 7-9, 2011). Designed by Wendy Cevola and manufactured by Dan (danlovestikis) and Wendy Cevola. Design based on a napkin from Tiki Bob's at the Capitol Inn in Sacramento. Glazed in a warm brown with white hand-painted details and an individually-detailed volcano spout. Approximately 6-3/4" tall x 7-1/2" wide x 4-1/4" deep.

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    Sacramento 2012 Tiki Crawl Mug a.k.a. 2012 Sacramento Ohana Crawl Mug - in 2 collections

    Designer
    Wendy Cevola

    A turquoise blue mug. This mug is a tribute to the now defunct Sacramento Hawaiian Hut. Based on a menu design, the front side features a hula dancer and the back features a hut flanked by palm trees. Sculpted and manufactured by Wendy Cevola. Event held held Oct. 12-14, 2012.

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    Sacramento 2013 Tiki Crawl Mug a.k.a. 2013 Sacramento Ohana Crawl Mug - in 5 collections

    Designer
    Wendy Cevola

    This is a brown mug shaped like a standing Tiki from the Coral Reef with a large nose, wide toothless mouth, and hands held in front. Sculpted and manufactured by Wendy Cevola. Event held 10/11-10/13/2013.

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    Sacramento 2013 Tiki Crawl Mug Artist Proof a.k.a. 2013 Sacramento Ohana Crawl Mug AP - in 4 collections

    Designer
    Wendy Cevola

    This is a mug shaped like a standing Tiki from the Coral Reef with a large nose, wide toothless mouth, and hands held in front. Sculpted and manufactured by Wendy Cevola. Event held 10/11-10/13/2013. This is an artist proof and, as such, glaze color and details are unique.

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    Sacramento 2014 Tiki Crawl Coconut Mug a.k.a. 2014 Sacramento Ohana Crawl Coconut Mug - in 4 collections

    Designer
    Wendy Cevola

    This is a brown mug shaped like a coconut. Has image of a full-body Tiki from Albert's Tiki Village on front. White interior glaze. Sculpted and manufactured by Wendy and Dan Cevola. Event held 10/03-10/05/2014.

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    Sacramento 2015 Tiki Crawl Mug a.k.a. 2015 Sacramento Ohana Crawl Mug - in 8 collections

    Designer
    Wendy Cevola

    This is a large green fog cutter shaped mug featuring a Maori style Tiki Head and toucan on front. Inspired by advertising/menu art for the Bali Hai which was located in Carmichael (Greater Sacramento Area). Sculpted and manufactured by Wendy and Dan Cevola. In addition to the 60 for the Crawl, there were 10 test glaze pieces and 30 reserved for "Wish List" requests, for a grand total of 100 made from the mold.

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    Sacramento 2016 Tiki Crawl Mug a.k.a. 2016 Sacramento Ohana Crawl Mug - in 9 collections

    Designer
    Wendy Cevola

    This is a large green pineapple shaped mug featuring a standing Tiki said to have once decorated the interior of The Tropics in Sacramento (a short-lived Tiki bar from the 1940s). Sculpted and manufactured by Wendy and Dan Cevola. In addition to the 60 for the Crawl, there were 40 Artist Proofs, for a grand total of 100 made from the mold.

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    Sacramento 2017 Tiki Crawl Mug a.k.a. 2017 Sacramento Ohana Crawl Mug - in 9 collections

    Designer
    Wendy Cevola

    This is a squatting Tiki based on a stone carving in Tahiti. Light gray with purple writing on back and purple interior. Inspired by a Sacramento area Tahiti restaurant that used to be at the intersection of Florin Road and Highway 99 in the 70s. Sculpted and manufactured by Wendy and Dan Cevola. In addition to the 70 for the Crawl, there were 10 Artist Proofs, for a grand total of 80 made from the mold. Came with signed and numbered cards. Production of these mugs is well chronicled on Tiki Central. Measures: 8.25"H X 5.75"W X 5.25"D.

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    Sacramento 2017 Tiki Crawl Mug Artist Proof a.k.a. 2017 Sacramento Ohana Crawl Mug AP - in 1 collection

    Designer
    Wendy Cevola

    This is a squatting Tiki based on a stone carving in Tahiti. The regular edition is light gray with purple writing on back and purple interior. This version is an artist proof and, as such, glaze and detail varies. Inspired by a Sacramento area Tahiti restaurant that used to be at the intersection of Florin Road and Highway 99 in the 70s. Sculpted and manufactured by Wendy and Dan Cevola. In addition to the 70 regular versions for the Crawl, there were 10 Artist Proofs, for a grand total of 80 made from the mold. Came with signed and numbered cards. Production of these mugs is well chronicled on Tiki Central. Measures: 8.25"H X 5.75"W X 5.25"D.

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    Sacramento 2018 Tiki Crawl Mug a.k.a. 2018 Sacramento Ohana Crawl Mug - in 9 collections

    Designer
    Wendy Cevola

    This is a mug shaped like a volcano and featuring two tiki faces on different sides. This year the idea for making it a volcano was offered by Jeremy Sherlock. The front tiki face was copied from a vintage cast donated by Freddie Coester. The smaller and simpler tiki head was from the actual Waikiki restaurant location (2632 Fulton Ave.) that the mug honors. Sculpted and manufactured by Wendy and Dan Cevola. Production of these mugs is well chronicled on Tiki Central.

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    Super Carved Bob in 6 collections

    Designer
    Wendy Cevola

    Each Super-Carved Bob is a one-of-a-kind mug shaped like Tiki Bob with intricate carved patterns. The first one was designed/manufactured by Wendy Cevola for the Tiki Bob Show, March 27th, 2011, at the Tonga Hut in North Hollywood, CA., and more have been produced since in varying designs and glazes.

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    Super Carved Bob Statue in 4 collections

    Designer
    Wendy Cevola

    Each Super-Carved Bob Statue is a one-of-a-kind, shaped like Tiki Bob, with intricate carved patterns and glazes.

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    War God Bank Blue in 13 collections

    This is a coin bank based on the early Frankoma War God mug design by Joniece Frank for Frankoma Pottery, Inc. It was re-sculpted by Wendy Cevola for Gecko's South Sea Arts of Honolulu Hawaii. It was produced in blue, red, and in a limited edition hand-painted version.

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    War God Bank Hand-Painted in 7 collections

    This is a coin bank based on the early Frankoma War God mug design by Joniece Frank for Frankoma Pottery, Inc. It was re-sculpted by Wendy Cevola for Gecko's South Sea Arts of Honolulu Hawaii. It was produced in blue, red, and in a limited edition hand-painted version. Less than 25 of the hand-painted ones were made, Wendy has stated, but number is uncertain.

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    War God Bank Kissed By Pele in 1 collection

    This is a coin bank based on the early Frankoma War God mug design by Joniece Frank for Frankoma Pottery, Inc. It was re-sculpted by Wendy Cevola for Gecko's South Sea Arts of Honolulu Hawaii. It was also produced in blue, red, and in a limited edition hand-painted version. This version is Gecko's kissed by Pele glaze. The exterior has a cracked, aged look and the interior is red and dripping down the exterior like lava.

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    War God Bank Red in 10 collections

    This is a coin bank based on the early Frankoma War God mug design by Joniece Frank for Frankoma Pottery, Inc. It was re-sculpted by Wendy Cevola for Gecko's South Sea Arts of Honolulu Hawaii. It was produced in blue, red, and in a limited edition hand-painted version.

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    War God Black & Gold in 2 collections

    Designer
    Wendy Cevola
    Manufacturer
    Gecko'z South Sea Arts

    This mug features an angry tiki face with large teeth. It is a recreation of Frankoma's War God sculpted by Wendy Cevola and cast and glazed by Gecko. This version has a black glaze with gold eyes and teeth.

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