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    Producer
    Tiki Shark

    This is the third Meso-American design collaboration by Jacob Medina and Tiki Shark (preceded by Kaan Took and the Jaguar Warrior). It portrays a gargoyle-like bat sitting atop what appears to be an Olmec or other Meso-American inspired head.

    Camazotz translates into “death bat” in the K’iche language. "Camazotz" is formed by the words kame (which means death) and sotz (which means bat.)

    This design was produced in a bone and in a blue open edition. A limited number of each were signed. Additionally, there is a limited edition of this design (using both the bone and blue mugs) that is hand-painted in variations of turquoise and red detailing.

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    Sloth Mug - Blue - by Geeki Tikis in 0 collections

    Manufacturer
    GeekiTikis
    Producer
    GeekiTikis

    This is a mug modeled after the character of Sloth, from the 1985 film by Steven Spielberg, The Goonies.

    Sloth is the youngest member of the Fratellis gang, and is usually kept chained in their basement. He is 6' 8" and muscular, but disfigured and has trouble speaking.

    Later in the film, he makes friends with a young Hawaiian-shirt-wearing boy, Chunk, who is a member of "The Goonies". The Sloth character mug (in blue) was sold as a set with the Chunk mug (in red).

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    Chunk Mug - Red - by Geeky Tikis in 0 collections

    Manufacturer
    GeekiTikis
    Producer
    GeekiTikis

    This is a mug modeled after the character of Chunk, from the 1985 film by Steven Spielberg, The Goonies.

    Chunk is a 14-year-old boy, and as his nickname might suggest, he is chunky. He wears a Hawaiian shirt, plaid pants, and sneakers.

    His signature dance is the "Truffle Shuffle", where he pulls his shirt up and wiggles in place while making a number of ridiculous and embarrassing noises.

    Later in the film, he makes friends with the fearsome Fratelli brother, Sloth. The Sloth character mug (in blue) was sold as a set with the Chunk mug (in red).

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    Designer
    Tiki tOny
    Manufacturer
    THOR

    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.

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    Han Solo Mug - Orange - by Geeki Tikis a.k.a. Han vs. Greedo Mug Set - in 0 collections

    Manufacturer
    GeekiTikis
    Producer
    GeekiTikis

    This mug is shaped like Han Solo from the original 1970s Star Wars films. Han was a smuggler and dare-devil pilot of the Millennium Falcon but later became one of the great leaders of the Rebel Alliance.

    This mug was paired with a Greedo mug and sold as a set - recalling the scene where Han shot Greedo while seated in the infamous cantina on Tatooine.

    Glazed in a burnt orange with blue interior.

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    Greedo Mug - Turquoise Green - by Geeki Tikis a.k.a. Han vs. Greedo Mug Set - in 0 collections

    Manufacturer
    GeekiTikis
    Producer
    GeekiTikis

    This mug is shaped like Greedo from the original 1970s Star Wars films. Greedo was a Rodian bounty hunter with a tapir-like snout, bulbous eyes, pea-green skin, and a crest of spines atop his skull.

    This mug was paired with a Han Solo mug and sold as a set - recalling the scene where Han shot Greedo while seated in the infamous cantina on Tatooine.

    Glazed in a turquoise green with yellow interior.

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    Trick-Or-Treat Pumpkin Pail Tiki Mug - Limited Edition - Orange - by The Black Lagoon Room a.k.a. Jack-O-Lantern Tiki Mug, Pumpkin Tiki Mug - in 0 collections

    Designer
    Pete Klockau
    Manufacturer
    Munktiki
    Producer
    Pete Klockau

    This is a mug shaped like a handled child's pumpkin pail for trick-or-treating, but with a more tikified face -- slanted coffee-bean shaped eyes and an extended tongue.

    Classic orange glaze with a black wipe-away application to bring out all the creepy details on the outside and a jet black glaze on the interior.

    Manufactured by Munktiki Imports for The Black Lagoon Room.

    Each mug came with a number of extras, including:

    --Exclusive "Trick or Tiki" 1.75" Enamel Pin --Exclusive Black Lagoon Room 2.5" Embroidered Merit Badge Patch --Exclusive "Trick or Tiki" Recipe Card with original concept sketch --Exclusive "Trick or Tiki" 4" Vinyl Sticker --Black Lagoon Room swizzle stick --Black Lagoon Room Coaster

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    Designer
    Moore Monsters
    Manufacturer
    Moore Monsters
    Producer
    Home Aloha

    This tiki mug is shaped like a giant and weathered stone tiki statue with a row of stone steps leading up to it -- a glowing fish float held in its hands.

    From the Home Aloha Co. website:

    "After your long and arduous journey, lost in the dark jungle, a beacon of light, beckons you. You have successfully arrived at the Guardian Idol.

    Created by an ancient race, this represents your passage to safety. Only those who possess the key may pass though this sacred doorway.

    GUARDIAN IDOL Mug features a waterproof 'fish float' style green LED light, the sacred key (which doubles as a bottle opener), sticker, and cocktail recipe.

    This mug will be an initial edition of 100 in this weathered stone glaze, with green vine accents, and a fern green and yellow wash interior. Hand glazed by artist Jim Moore, each one will vary slightly, making them all unique. We will be releasing these 50 at a time.

    The GUARDIAN IDOL Mug by Home Aloha Company. Sculpted and manufactured by Jim Moore for Moore Monsters."

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    Designer
    Göksu Aydınhan
    Manufacturer
    Noya Ceramic Design

    This mug by Noya Ceramic Design is crouching with his hands in front of him and one hand on his knee touching his teeth and the other hand on his forehead.

    The sculpt is highly influenced by Squid's 2002 "Stumpy" mug which was used for the 2002 Hukilau. However, the hand-painted detailing is very detailed, whereas "Stumpy" was produced in solid color-ways.

    This "Smiling Tiki With Hands" is hand painted with underglaze paint. After it was painted, the piece underwent a three day firing process that allowed it to become food, microwave, and oven safe.

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    Designer
    Trader Nic's
    Manufacturers
    Patrick Vassar, Monkey Skull
    Producer
    Trader Nic's

    This is a mug in the likeness of the Barker Bird from Disney's The Enchanted Tiki Room -- a parrot wearing a bowtie and flat brimmed hat. He is glazed in lime green. This color-way was preceded by a first edition in "Almond" Brown, a second edition "Bone Variant", and a third edition in a blue wipe "Ghost Variant".

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    Designer
    THOR
    Manufacturer
    Munktiki
    Producer
    Munktiki

    This is a lidded mug shaped like a nautical lantern that was lost in the ocean -- covered in barnacles and sea life -- with a green "glass" globe/chimney.

    There is a matching red version as well.

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    Designer
    THOR
    Manufacturer
    Munktiki
    Producer
    Munktiki

    This is a lidded mug shaped like a nautical lantern that was lost in the ocean -- covered in barnacles and sea life -- with a red "glass" globe/chimney.

    There is a matching green version as well.

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    Designer
    Ed Crissman
    Manufacturers
    Patrick Vassar, Eekum Bookum

    This is a mug shaped like a Tiki head with a rootball top, open mouth lined with teeth, small pushed-up nose, almond-shaped eyes, and tattoos on forehead and neck. It was manufactured by John and Janet Mulder of Eekum Bookum, sculpted by Patrick Vassar, and is based on one of the original Caliente Tropics Tikis — a Tiki which still stands on the grounds of the hotel today — that was carved in the 1960’s by Ed Crissman.

    This design was also produced in other glaze colors including a Green and a "Mucho Caliente" version (yellow and orange).

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    Designer
    Robert Fink
    Manufacturer
    Munktiki
    Producer
    Munktiki

    A mug shaped like a rum barrel with 4 black bands and a blue octopus on the side. Nautical rope encircled space on reverse with MUG Club decal.

    This version was meant for their M.U.G. Club relaunch. They had to cancel their plans for it to focus more on their bar build.

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    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This is a mug shaped the Drooling Bastard (a crude Tiki made of volcanic rock, holding a bowl, with water trickling out of his mouth and into the bowl). It is based on the original fountain sculpture at the Tonga Hut which is the mascot for the Loyal Order of the Drooling Bastard.

    Several color-way editions preceded this one, some made by different makers.

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    Designer
    Bosko
    Manufacturer
    Tiki Objects by Bosko
    Producer
    False Idol

    This bowl is supported by three tiki figures that show the progressive Tahitian Cannibal motif (hunter, catcher, digestor). The interior features a skull stack that acts as a volcano reservoir to light on fire (using overproof rum, or lemon or lime extract).

    From Bosko's website:

    The Cannibal Bowl, a ceramic piece Bosko designed for False Idol, we’re selling this color version of 40 only. This bowl required two separate molds, four glaze colors, three firings, a genuine pain thus the low numbered edition. The glaze is a variable blue with slight orange / yellow undertones, Inside is a bright Orange, the skull stack inside is a blueish white. Red inside the cup. Stands about 5 inches tall x 10"x 10".

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    Designer
    Sven Kirsten
    Manufacturer
    Tiki Farm
    Producer
    Sven Kirsten

    KALOU is a ceramic plate inspired by Fijian anthropomorphic Kava bowls. Glazed in purple. Manufactured by Tiki Farm for the "Sven Kirsten Kollection". Sold by Sven at various marketplaces across California, starting with the OTMP (Original TIki Marketplace) in Garden Grove, CA.

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    Pele Decanter - Open Edition - Black Lava Glaze - by Sven Kirsten a.k.a. Power of Pele Decanter 2nd Edition - in 3 collections

    Designer
    Sven Kirsten
    Manufacturer
    Tiki Farm
    Producer
    Tiki Farm

    This is decanter shaped like a female tiki and with a cork topper shaped like a flame.

    From Tiki Farm:

    "Sven Kirsten designed this lava-textured example of female power. Inspired by a wooden statue that was located at the defunct 'The Tikis' theme park, it translates to the Pele rising from the erupting lava flow. He published a photograph of this particular tiki in the Book of Tiki, page 187. He and Tiki Farm are delighted to offer this open edition for everyone to enjoy. It measures 14 1/4 inches to the tip-top of its red flame topper. Sven describes this piece being an 'object of desire' and a highly-stylized mid-century Tiki art at its best!"

    Sven Kirsten released a limited edition in purple on his personal web store, True Tiki, before the release of this open edition in black by Tiki Farm.

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    Designer
    Sven Kirsten
    Manufacturer
    Tiki Farm
    Producer
    Sven Kirsten

    This is decanter shaped like a female tiki and with a cork topper shaped like a flame.

    From True Tiki, Sven Kirsten's online store:

    "This is the first edition of this decanter, limited to 95 pieces in this color. A gnarly, lava-textured example of female power, it was inspired by a wooden statue I collected at the defunct 'The Tikis' theme park. It was published in the Book of Tiki, and I am glad that I can now offer it for everyone to enjoy. It measures 14 inches to the the tip of its securely sitting flame topper. This ceramic "object of desire" is highly stylized mid-century Tiki art at its best!"

    Tiki Farm followed up on their site with an open edition of this design in black.

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    Designer
    Pete Klockau
    Manufacturer
    Tiki Diablo
    Producer
    Pete Klockau

    This mug depicts the rising hand of The Creature emerging from a sea bed with small shells and starfish. The hand is holding a more traditional tiki mug. This is the first edition of the Thirsty Creature in a "Ghastly Green Grotto Glaze". The plan was to do a second edition in a "Black & Blue Lagoon" glaze (intense blue and purple) but since that glaze was no longer commercially available, the finished 2nd edition is more of a "Freaky Fishscale" (purple & light cyan blue).

    This was a limited release of 200, each was hand numbered and signed by Pete Klockau.

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    Designer
    Pete Klockau
    Manufacturer
    Tiki Diablo
    Producer
    Pete Klockau

    This mug depicts the rising hand of The Creature emerging from a sea bed with small shells and starfish. The hand is holding a more traditional tiki mug. This is the second edition of the Thirsty Creature. The first edition was in a "Ghastly Green Grotto Glaze" and the plan was to do a second edition in a "Black & Blue Lagoon" glaze (intense blue and purple) but since that glaze was no longer commercially available, the finished 2nd edition is more of a "Freaky Fishscale" (purple & light cyan blue).

    This mug was not released on the main website, but was sold through a separate pre-order email list after the first edition sold out.

    Like the first edition, this was a limited release of 200, each was hand numbered and signed by Pete Klockau.

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    Manufacturers
    Tickled Tiki, Dale Silva

    This is a mug shaped like a snarling ape head wearing a necklace of alternating diamond-shaped and round beads.

    Glazed in a wipe gray effect.

    From the Lost Temple Traders website:

    "On our most recent expedition, we were met with an ominous warning from the locals. “Kunga Kong is coming!” Could it be? The beast of legend would finally make an appearance?

    Kunga Kong is a hand-made collaboration between Lost Temple Traders, Tickled Tiki, and sculptor Dale Silva. The Ghost edition is limited to 15 pieces, it measures 6.5” tall and holds 21 oz. of your favorite beverage. Hand-painted."

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    Manufacturer
    GeekiTikis
    Producer
    GeekiTikis

    This mug is modeled after a character from the Star Wars films, Admiral Ackbar, whose bulbous-eyed fishy face appears based on a catfish.

    A veteran commander, Ackbar led the defense of his homeworld, Mon Cala, during the Clone Wars and then masterminded the rebel attack on the second Death Star at the Battle of Endor.

    Premiered at the San Diego Comic-Con on July 18th, 2019.

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    Panda Mug - First Edition - for Ming River Sichuan Baijiu a.k.a. Sichuan Tiki Panda Mug - in 1 collection

    This is a black and white sitting panda mug created for Ming River Baijiu as a promotion.

    Baijiu began pushing more aggressively into the US market in 2019 and has found favor with some bartenders looking for a funky and unique bold taste to use in cocktails.

    It is a 90 Proof clear grain spirit derived from red sorghum and is pronounced bye-j'yo, meaning "white spirits" in Mandarin.

    This Baijiu is praised for its fruit, anise, melon and green apple flavor notes. It is distilled at Luzhou Laojiao distillery, China.

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    Sunken Shot - by Woody Miller in 0 collections

    Designer
    Woody Miller
    Manufacturer
    Wood Tiki
    Producer
    Wood Tiki

    From Woody's website:

    "This coral covered ancient relic was found on a diving mission sunken in a trench deep in the Pacific ocean, probably thrown overboard after doing shots while pirates prepare to board. "

    These came in a variety of colors and were numbered.

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    Designer
    Darick Maasen
    Manufacturer
    Munktiki
    Producer
    Munktiki

    This mug is shaped like a reverse mermaid - a human body with a fish head. Starfish cover the breasts and a clam shell covers the crotch. Anchor tattoo on thigh.

    This was also produced in a light teal wipe version with orange details for starfish and clam shell.

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    Sunken Moai - by Woody Miller in 0 collections

    Designer
    Woody Miller
    Manufacturer
    Wood Tiki
    Producer
    Wood Tiki

    From Woody's website:

    "This sunken Moai was found off the coast of Easter Island engulfed with coral and barnacles, seashells and lava."

    These sunken moai came in a variety of colors and combinations, some with octopuses or other creatures clinging to them. Prices varied. All were numbered or labeled as to unique details.

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    Manufacturer
    GeekiTikis
    Producer
    GeekiTikis

    This mug is based on the main character from the Disney+ Star Wars series, The Mandalorian.

    The Mandalorian is basically a science fiction version of a Paladin/knight in shining armor. He lives by a set of rigid codes, one of which is never to remove his helmet. In the series, he becomes the protector of Grogu (often referred to as The Child or Baby Yoda) whose literal blood is sought after by the evil scientists of the old Empire who wish to make force-sensitive clones for their dastardly plans. The Mandalorian dresses in special armor made from Beskar steel which is from his home planet and is resistant even to direct laser blasts or hits from a lightsaber.

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    The Child "Baby Yoda" Mug with Frog - Light Green - by Geeki Tikis a.k.a. Child With Frog - in 0 collections

    Manufacturer
    GeekiTikis
    Producer
    GeekiTikis

    This mug is based on a character from the Disney+ Star Wars series, The Mandalorian, and is named "Grogu" although he is often referred to as "The Child" or "Baby Yoda".

    This version of the character is holding a frog and about to eat it. There are other mug variants where he has his eyes closed in "Force Pose" or is holding a soup bowl. There are also a set of mini mugs where the character is holding the frog, eating the frog, or maintaining "Force Pose" with eyes closed.

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    Manufacturer
    GeekiTikis
    Producer
    GeekiTikis

    This mug is based on a character from the Disney+ Star Wars series, The Mandalorian, and is named "Grogu" although he is often referred to as "The Child" or "Baby Yoda".

    This version of the character has his eyes closed in "Force Pose". There are other mug variants where he is holding a frog or a soup bowl. There are also a set of mini mugs where the character is holding the frog, eating the frog, or maintaining "Force Pose" with eyes closed.

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    Manufacturer
    GeekiTikis
    Producer
    GeekiTikis

    This mug is based on a character from the Disney+ Star Wars series, The Mandalorian, and is named "Grogu" although he is often referred to as "The Child" or "Baby Yoda".

    This version of the character is holding a soup bowl. There are other mug variants where he is holding a frog or is in "Force Pose" with his eyes closed. There are also a set of mini mugs where the character is holding the frog, eating the frog, or maintaining "Force Pose" with eyes closed.

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    Designer
    Mulder142
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum
    Producer
    The Honu

    This is a mug shaped like an upside down sea turtle floating on a cresting wave. Other details include a fish inside the wave on front and a driftwood plaque on the reverse marked for "The Honu Dunedin, FL".

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    Designer
    Bertiki

    This tiki mug was designed by The Rainbow Professor (Head of Max's in-house ceramics studio) at Max’s South Seas Hideaway in Grand Rapids, Michigan. It is a primitive-looking hand-sculpted mug inspired by the classic Tiki Bob mug. This was a New Year’s Eve version of Tiki Max in a glossy silver metallic glaze limited to 25 pieces on NYE to guests attending their 5-course dinner that night. However, word did not get out about the mugs and there were some remaining that were sold in 2020.

    Along with the silver Tiki Max mugs, Max's also sold 25 gold Moai Max mugs at this New Year's event as well.

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    A mug shaped like a matte gold standing moai.

    Only 25 were released for purchase at the restaurant, available to guests with reservations for the 2019 New Year's Eve event. However, word did not get out about the mugs and there were some remaining that were sold in 2020.

    Along with the gold Moai Max mugs, Max's also sold 25 silver Tiki Max mugs (based on Tiki Bob) at this New Year's event as well.

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    Designer
    Tiki Kaimuki
    Manufacturer
    Tiki Kaimuki Ceramics
    Producer
    Smuggler's Cove

    A Moai mug inspired by Picasso, Klee, and Dali.

    From Tiki Kaimuki: "This cubist inspired Moai mug has realistic weathered wood grain and a shiny gold logo. To capture this moment in history, I have signed the back and written "SIP2020" in permanent marker. Each mug also has a different colored bottom. You will randomly receive one of the five mugs. "

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    Vallejo Mug in 0 collections

    Designer
    Tiki Kaimuki
    Manufacturer
    Tiki Kaimuki Ceramics

    A Moai mug inspired by Picasso, Klee, and Dali.

    Every mug is different. Some may be slightly similar, but with defined details that make them unique.

    This design is limited to only 75 mugs or less and that includes "Custom" versions that require more time.

    There is also a separate Smuggler's Cove micro/mini edition with a gold Smuggler's cove logo on its forehead limited to 5 pieces only that was released as a fundraiser during the COVID 19 pandemic.

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    Designer
    David Outline
    Manufacturer
    Outl1n3 Island
    Producer
    Outl1n3 Island

    This mug is part of a three mug set by David Outline of Outl1n3 Island which included three row boats -- one containing Ku, one containing a Moai and the third containing Tongaroa, all paddling off to sea.

    The test glaze set is the precursor to the first edition five mug sets. The bottom of the mug reads "Outl1n3 Island" and the test glaze is numbered out of 4 in ink and dated "2021" molded into the mug over a molded "EDT".

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    Designer
    David Outline
    Manufacturer
    Outl1n3 Island
    Producer
    Outl1n3 Island

    This mug is part of a three mug set by David Outline of Outl1n3 Island which includes three row boats -- one containing Ku, one containing a Moai and the third containing Tongaroa, all paddling off to sea.

    The test glaze set is the precursor to the first edition five mug sets. The bottom of the mug reads "Outl1n3 Island" and the test glaze is numbered out of 4 in ink and dated "2021" molded into the mug over a molded "EDT".

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    Designer
    David Outline
    Manufacturer
    Outl1n3 Island
    Producer
    Outl1n3 Island

    This mug is part of a three mug set by David Outline of Outl1n3 Island which includes three row boats -- one containing Ku, one containing a Moai and the third containing Tongaroa, all paddling off to sea.

    The test glaze set is the precursor to the first edition five mug sets. The bottom of the mug reads "Outl1n3 Island" and the test glaze is numbered out of 4 in ink and dated "2021" molded into the mug over a molded "EDT".

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    Designer
    Crazy Al
    Manufacturer
    Bone Productions
    Producer
    Crazy Al

    This mug is a very faithful reproduction of a tiki carved by Crazy Al Evans, his # 1 tiki, also known as the "Rich Hiskey" tiki. C'Al sculpted this mug himself. This is a custom 1/1 glaze in Sea Foam Green Wipe with Teal interior.

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    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.

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    Designer
    Mulder142
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum
    Producer
    The Reef Bar

    The Protector of Paradise mug depicts a tiki-mask-wearing native holding a spear (hole in hand to remove or replace spear).

    Based on a native dancer briefly shown in the film South Pacific (1958).

    Marked for The Reef on reverse.

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    Designer
    Flounder
    Manufacturer
    Tiki Farm
    Producer
    Tiki Farm

    This is a mug shaped like a tattooed skull perched upon a tortoise.

    The name for this design was inspired by a song performed by Iggy Pop off of his 1977 album “Lust for Life”… the song title… “The Passenger”.

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    Star Wars Emperor Palpatine Mug - Black - by Geeki Tikis a.k.a. Star Wars Darth Sidious Mug - Black - by Geeki Tikis - in 0 collections

    Manufacturer
    GeekiTikis
    Producer
    GeekiTikis

    This is a mug shaped like Emperor Palpatine, a character from the science fiction Star Wars films. This dark lord of the Sith, also known as Darth Sidious, holds his hands in front, ready to blast opponents with some dark side force energy.

    Emperor Palpatine was part of a set of Star Wars Prequel trilogy mugs released at the same time, also including Jar Jar Binks, Queen Amidala, and Darth Maul.

    These are a tikified re-imagining of the drinking vessels that might be used if the Mos Eisley Cantina in Star Wars was actually a tiki bar.

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    Manufacturer
    GeekiTikis
    Producer
    GeekiTikis

    This is a mug shaped like Jar Jar Binks, a character from the science fiction Star Wars films. The comical Gungan alien stands ready for action, his tongue hanging out, and hands held in front.

    Jar Jar was part of a set of Star Wars Prequel trilogy mugs released at the same time, also including Emperor Palpatine, Queen Amidala, and Darth Maul.

    These are a tikified re-imagining of the drinking vessels that might be used if the Mos Eisley Cantina in Star Wars was actually a tiki bar.

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    Manufacturer
    GeekiTikis
    Producer
    GeekiTikis

    This is a mug shaped like Darth Maul, a character from the science fiction Star Wars films. The evil Sith lord holds his double bladed lightsaber at the ready.

    Darth Maul was part of a set of Star Wars Prequel trilogy mugs released at the same time, also including Emperor Palpatine, Queen Amidala, and Jar Jar Binks.

    These are a tikified re-imagining of the drinking vessels that might be used if the Mos Eisley Cantina in Star Wars was actually a tiki bar.

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    Manufacturer
    GeekiTikis
    Producer
    GeekiTikis

    This is a mug shaped like Queen Amidala, a character from the science fiction Star Wars films. She is dressed in her red formal gown and headdress.

    Queen Amidala was part of a set of Star Wars Prequel trilogy mugs released at the same time, also including Emperor Palpatine, Darth Maul, and Jar Jar Binks.

    These are a tikified re-imagining of the drinking vessels that might be used if the Mos Eisley Cantina in Star Wars was actually a tiki bar.

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    Designer
    Doug Horne
    Manufacturer
    Tiki Farm

    This is a mug shaped like a skull with no lower jaw and an octopus inside -- tentacles streaming from the mouth cavity and one lazy eye staring from the right eye socket.

    Crustaceans cover the rest of the skull, marked "Strong Water Anaheim" on reverse.

    These sold out online on 03/15/2021 and the Doug Horne scheduled signing was 3/18/21 from 5-8 PM.