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    Woven Raffia Water Service Set a.k.a. Seagrass Glass - in 1 collection

    This is a woven raffia-covered glass set for water service.

    It is a perpetually popular type of serving set that has been made for decades with slight changes by different manufacturers and under different brand labels.

    The raffia serves a utilitarian purpose to prevent slick glasses from falling out of one's hands. The same reason that Plantation Rum puts raffia over its rum bottles.

    One famous example of this style are the "Trader Vic's Hot Buttered Rum Glasses with Basket Holder" which are wrapped in the same kind of matching raffia.

    Most recently this set was produced by Williams Sonoma. Their "Weave Wrapped Glassware collection" includes four-inch tall double old-fashioned glasses with a 12-oz. capacity; six-inch tall highballs with a 12-oz. capacity; and a 10 1/2-inch tall carafe with a 35-oz. capacity.

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    Shameful Tiki Room Toronto Fifth Anniversary Tiki Mug a.k.a. Raiders of The Lost Tiki Mug - in 1 collection

    Designer
    Mulder142
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This mug's theme is "Raiders of The Lost Tiki Mug" and it is an assemblage of different sized crates, a rum barrel, a lantern, a shovel, a rope coil, and pick axe -- all archaeological supplies to unearth and pack the find within the topmost and largest crate whose removable lid reveals...A TIKI with a red Roman numeral V!

    The lid has two straw holes to drink from.

    This is truly a mug whose ingenuity is hard to see from just a picture or two and is a sculptural artwork taking advantage of all dimensions.

    The Shameful Tiki Room opened on November 17, 2015, and is in the Parkdale neighborhood of Toronto. It is the sister location of The Shameful Tiki Room in Vancouver, B.C., which opened in 2013. Both locations are owned by Rod Moore.

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    Designer
    Mulder142
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum
    Producer
    Esotico Miami

    This mug is shaped like the head of a dark-haired Polynesian wahine with hibiscus blossoms in her hair.

    The mug hearkens back to 1960s era chalkware head busts put out by Marwal (and other lesser known companies) which among other themes, had a line of native Polynesian girl head busts wearing hibiscus flowers in their hair.

    Each mug comes with an actual unique necklace strung around the neck that can be removed and worn by the owner.

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    Designer
    Squid
    Manufacturer
    Cheekytiki

    This is a mug shaped like a zombie monkey head with one blind eye and a grinning mouth full of teeth. Glazed in green with blue interior that spills out slightly over the top rim. Marked for Brass Monkey in Copenhagen on reverse. Designed by SQUID and manufactured by CheekyTiki (now re-branded as The Little Grass Shack).

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    Designer
    MP
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This Baby Doe Mug was a few years in the making. It features a stylized rendering of Baby Doe (who along with Otto hosts the annual Tiki Oasis in California) in her signature sunglass hat.

    This first edition is glazed in a teal wash with greenish yellow lei around neck.

    The design hearkens back to vintage ceramic head vases of the 1950s/60s. Baby Doe also wanted it to have a more cartoony/stylized face that could give the sense that it could be ANY tiki girl at Tiki Oasis. She resisted the original vision to make it photo-realistic and resemble her more closely. MP Ceramics perfected the vision after several exchanges and revisions.

    After the design was made, they turned it over to John Mulder of Eekum Bookum.

    The timing of the mug was supposed to come out for the 20th anniversary of Tiki Oasis in August 2020 but the COVID virus happened and the Oasis was turned into a virtual event without all the bells and whistles they had intended. She decided not to release the mug at that point.

    However, in December 2020, Baby Doe decided not to sit on them any longer and released them for sale through her Facebook page. They come complete with mini earrings designed by TeeKi Togs.

    The sale price is $125 which includes domestic shipping.

    A second edition in pink wash with orange lei around neck is also in the works...

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    Designer
    Mulder142
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    The 2020 Tiki Oasis Mug is titled “Tiki Oasis Paradise Point Takeover” and is inspired by the grounds, architecture, and locale of Paradise Point Resort. Tiki Oasis’ Paradise Point mug features tikis from Caliente Tropics (Palm Springs) and the Hanalei Hotel (San Diego), where Tiki Oasis took place previously. The mug has a removable “hut” lid featuring a straw hole. Imagery featured on the mug includes tiki torches, palm trees, birds of paradise, coconuts, a rum box, and a peacock. There is also a fire feature/well for 151 high proof alcohol (or lemon extract) on the front of the mug, just below a Tiki Oasis logo.

    This second and more limited special edition glaze version differs from the event release which was done in shades of teal/green. The second edition has more brown/tan tones with orange accents on the tiki torches and Bird of Paradise flower blossoms.

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    The Den Of Sin Maori Devil Tiki Mug - Third Edition - Glossy Dark Candy Apple Red a.k.a. The Den of Sin Home Bar Devil Tiki Mug - What Happens In The Shadows Stays In The Shadows Edition - in 0 collections

    Designer
    Doug Horne
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This tiki mug is shaped like the bust (mid waist up) of a devilish horned tiki, dressed in a suave suit, with Maori Moko face tattoos, holding a martini in his hands. Jason & Staci Smith worked with Doug Horne to bring their concept to life. John Mulder sculpted and manufactured the finished mug. The Den of Sin is the home bar of Jason & Staci and since they live in Las Vegas, the back of the mug features the vintage skyline of The Strip. This third edition was preceded by a more matte red & black first edition and a "Beachcomber Glaze" second edition in a blue/green.

    This third edition is named "What happens in the shadows, stays in the shadows". Although the devil is a candy apple red, high gloss glaze, the sides are super black as if he is going into the shadows, or perhaps coming out of the shadows.

    Limited Edition of only 125 and premiered on Monday, Nov 30th at 5:00pm et / 2:00pm pt.

    Cost was $129 + $15 for shipping, and 1 per person. The mug was for sale in the SHOP section of Jason's FB page, of Jason's Tiki Adventures.

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    Manufacturer
    Vandor
    Producer
    Vandor

    This lidded cookie jar is shaped like a steam ship with three smokestacks. The side has an inset showing a tropical beach and there is a small hula girl figure in front that gives it a 3-D tableau effect. Marked as the USS Vandor on the prow on both sides. 12 1/4" high including smokestacks by 8 1/2" wide. Made in 2000.

    Part of the larger Vandor Hu-La-La collection.

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    Trader Sam’s Chip Bowl in 2 collections

    Released at Disney’s Polynesian Village BouTiki on December 19, 2020 and depicts the Nautilus from Disney’s Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea on one side and the Trader Sam’s logo on the other side of the bowl. The bowl came as a set with a dive helmet dip bowl. The bowl can be used to serve 80 ounce cocktails for you to share with some very thirsty friends.

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    Trader Sam’s Dip Bowl in 1 collection

    Released on December 19, 2020 at the BouTiki in Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. This dip bowl was sold as a set with a chip bowl. The dip bowl depicts a diving helmet with the Trader Sam’s logo on one side and the words “Dive, Dive, Dive” on the opposite side. The dip bowl can be used to hold an 11 ounce cocktail.

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    Designer
    Bai
    Producer
    Pukiki

    This is a full-body tiki mug with round eyes, figure eight mouth, and playing a ukelele.

    Pukiki is a tiki bar on the Portuguese island of Madeira (est. 2016), which is in the Atlantic Ocean, about equidistant from the shores of both Portugal and Morocco. The bar celebrates Madeira's historic connection with Hawaii: Portuguese emigrants from Madeira and Azores went to Hawaii in large numbers starting in the late 1800s to work the sugarcane plantations. The strong thumbprint of Portuguese culture remains in Hawaii today, most notably the ukulele, an instrument brought to Hawaii from Madeira. "Pukiki" is what these settlers were called by the native Hawaiians.

    This mug is their signature tiki and the mug was sculpted by Bai.

    Their Facebook posts state that the shipment of this first batch of mugs from the manufacturer resulted in much breakage. It is uncertain how many made it from this first batch...

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    Designer
    Bosko
    Manufacturer
    Tiki Objects by Bosko

    Designed by Bosko and manufactured by Tiki Objects by Bosko. The Skull has two large eye sockets with a cleverly placed straw hole above and behind the left socket. The Skull is missing the lower jaw but four large teeth help balance the mug nicely on your table. This light green skull is one of several artist proofs, all in different colors.

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    Designer
    Bosko
    Manufacturer
    Tiki Objects by Bosko

    Designed by Bosko and manufactured by Tiki Objects by Bosko. The Skull has two large eye sockets with a cleverly placed straw hole above and behind the left socket. The Skull is missing the lower jaw but four large teeth help balance the mug nicely on your table. There are several artist proofs of the Skull Mug all are different colors.

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    Designer
    Gecko
    Manufacturer
    Gecko'z South Sea Arts

    This mug is shaped like a standing tiki on a raised base with triangular repeated border designs around the base. The tiki has a relatively long body with a small head, almond shaped eyes, a v-shaped brow, long mouth with exposed teeth, and hands held on stomach.

    20 Artist Proofs were made of this Hana Hou mug celebrating the extension of La Mariana's lease for another 20 years.

    It is based on a smaller carving on site at La Mariana.

    Sold on premises, starting in October 2019, for $200 release price. Came with hang tag and a matching brown swizzle stick.

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    Designer
    Holden Westland
    Manufacturer
    Tiki Farm
    Producer
    VenTiki

    This is the second edition of the VenTiki Rum Barrel mug. This rum barrel mug is a very dark iron oxide brown (almost black) with a slightly lighter brown wash. This mug is yours to keep when you order the $25 top shelf Mai Tai sold at the VenTiki Tiki Lounge and Lanai in Ventura, CA. This is also a Tiki Farm mug design that is rebranded and used at other Tiki Bars. This Wiki-Wiki (quick production/already designed) Rum Barrel was also used by Tiki Farm at Hala Kahiki and The Bruery among others. A first edition of the VenTiki barrel mug was also produced, in a lighter glossy brown glaze.

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    Designer
    Tiki Dylan
    Manufacturer
    Idol Hands
    Producer
    Idol Hands

    This is a mug shaped like a gorilla head that has been shrunken and has the mouth stitched close. It was preceded by a Jungle Rum Club Edition gorilla mug. The shrunken version is not branded for a bar or restaurant but has been issued in multiple glaze colors.

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    Medium sized brown bowl surrounded by 3 Hotei figures and marked for Pyrat Rum on front.

    Hotei is the figure on the medallion on every bottle of Pyrat rum. The roots of rum trace back to early Asia, where scholars agree the first distillation of sugarcane juice was produced. And so, the history of rum is very much the history of sugar in Asia and Hotei honors Asia’s preeminent and important role in the origin of this popular spirit.

    The Hotei monk is the patron saint and Zen protector of fortunetellers and bartenders. This socially enlightened mystic, often considered the god of contentment and happiness, is always depicted with a cheerful smile, a bald head, and a portly belly. Ancient scrolls tell of Hotei’s fondness for libations and he is commonly seen carrying a large cloth sack that never empties, from which he gregariously dispenses food and drink and other treasures.

    There was also a matching mug put out by Pyrat Rum at the same time.

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    Hotei Mug - Brown - for Pyrat Rum in 0 collections

    Hotei is the figure on the medallion on every bottle of Pyrat rum. The roots of rum trace back to early Asia, where scholars agree the first distillation of sugarcane juice was produced. And so, the history of rum is very much the history of sugar in Asia and Hotei honors Asia’s preeminent and important role in the origin of this popular spirit.

    The Hotei monk is the patron saint and Zen protector of fortunetellers and bartenders. This socially enlightened mystic, often considered the god of contentment and happiness, is always depicted with a cheerful smile, a bald head, and a portly belly. Ancient scrolls tell of Hotei’s fondness for libations and he is commonly seen carrying a large cloth sack that never empties, from which he gregariously dispenses food and drink and other treasures.

    There was also a matching bowl put out by Pyrat Rum at the same time with three of these Hotei figures as supports.

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    Manufacturer
    Tiki Farm

    Daikoku is one of the Seven Lucky Gods and his images are found in temples across Tibet and China. He is a household deity in Japan and often considered a god of wealth or kitchen god. This mug shows him carrying his magic mallet. This mallet of plenty can miraculously produce anything desired when struck. Some Japanese say that coins fall out when he shakes his mallet.

    Daikoku is an interesting choice for this Pyrat Rums mug since their normal mascot is Hotei but they are similar characters with portly physiques and magic items that dispense treasure.

    Hotei is the figure on the medallion on every bottle of Pyrat rum. The roots of rum trace back to early Asia, where scholars agree the first distillation of sugarcane juice was produced. And so, the history of rum is very much the history of sugar in Asia and Hotei honors Asia’s preeminent and important role in the origin of this popular spirit.

    The Hotei monk is the patron saint and Zen protector of fortunetellers and bartenders. This socially enlightened mystic, often considered the god of contentment and happiness, is always depicted with a cheerful smile, a bald head, and a portly belly. Ancient scrolls tell of Hotei’s fondness for libations and he is commonly seen carrying a large cloth sack that never empties, from which he gregariously dispenses food and drink and other treasures.

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    Designer
    Tiki Dylan
    Manufacturer
    Idol Hands
    Producer
    Idol Hands

    This is described by Tiki Dylan as two pieces that are spliced together. The body of the mug is attached to a separate molding of the mask. There is no back to the mask, which sticks up past the rim of the vessel. These are difficult to make and have only been released a few at a time, starting around 06/15/2016 when these were premiered at the Graven Idol Art Show. These have been released in a variety of glaze colors.

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    Designer
    Tiki Dylan
    Manufacturer
    Idol Hands
    Producer
    Idol Hands

    This is a mug shaped like a large Marquesan style tiki head with carved hand detailing on one side of the mug. These have been issued in a variety of glazes with different hand engraved designs.

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    This is a limited edition of 60 with each one numbered on the bottom.

    Designed by Max’s in-house ceramicist Jerry Berta (“Bertiki”), this mug is based on a wood carving at Max’s South Seas Hideaway that comes from the French Polynesian island of Mo’orea. They added some extra detail in the sculpt to make the lines pop, then came up with a glaze as close to the original carving as possible (a deep carnelian red that Gecko and other ceramicists sometimes refer to as "Maori Red").

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    Designer
    Starr Tiki
    Manufacturer
    Starr Tiki
    Producer
    Starr Tiki

    This is a three-piece mug set that when grouped together forms a castle very similar to Castle Grayskull from the He-Man and the Masters of the Universe story franchise.

    He-Man and the Masters of the Universe is an American animated television series produced by Filmation based on Mattel's toy line Masters of the Universe. The show, often referred to as simply He-Man, was one of the most popular animated shows of the 1980s. The franchise has since spawned a huge cult following and resulted in further toys, collectibles, television series, a film, annual convention and much more. Castle Grayskull is a fortress located on the fictional planet Eternia and was a pivotal part of the franchise, having been issued as a playset in the 1980s and serving as a great topic of mystery and machinations in the extended storyline.

    Hale Pukaua MOTU is perhaps from an alternate reality where Castle Grayskull was turned into a tiki bar. Some subtle tiki elements decorate the castle, such as a glass fish float in the eye and hibiscus flowers around the ram skull on reverse. It also features the STARR TIKI logo on the reverse. The three mugs included in this set fit together together for display but do not actually interlock. The left and right mugs have indents that allow the center mug to sit into place.

    This mug set is STARR TIKI's first foray into the mug manufacturing world. It was designed as a pre-order of 150 pieces on July 12th, 2020 and orders began their first delivery in December 2020.

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    Designer
    David Outline
    Manufacturer
    Outl1n3 Island
    Producer
    Outl1n3 Island

    A limited edition shot glass sized mug by David Outline of Outl1n3 Island. David based the mug on a Tiki found at the Kon Tiki Restaurant and a design that Sven Kirsten used for a 50th anniversary mug at the Tiki-Ti. The first edition was limited to 10 and made in sea foam green.

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    Manufacturer
    GeekiTikis

    This is a rendition of Stitch, from the 2002 Disney film Lilo & Stitch about a small Hawaiian girl (Lilo) and an alien (Stitch) who lands on her island.

    It portrays Stitch dancing in a hula skirt.

    The matching character, Lilo, was produced in a light green glaze with yellow interior.

    Currently not available in the USA. This was an Exclusive item for EB Games Australia and Zing Pop Culture!

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    Manufacturer
    GeekiTikis

    This is a rendition of Lilo, from the 2002 Disney film Lilo & Stitch about a small Hawaiian girl (Lilo) and an alien (Stitch) who lands on her island.

    It portrays her playing a ukulele and has a green exterior and yellow interior.

    The matching character, Stitch, was produced in a light blue glaze with purple interior.

    Currently not available in the USA. This was an Exclusive item for EB Games Australia and Zing Pop Culture!

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    VaVoom Tiki Room Tiki Mug Third Edition a.k.a. Vavoom! Tiki Room Sunken Rum Barrel Mug 2020 - in 0 collections

    Manufacturer
    Tiki Farm
    Producer
    Vavoom Tiki Room

    This is the signature VaVoom tiki mug for 2020. Manufactured by Tiki Farm and designed by P. Tilikete in close collaboration with Vavoom Tiki Room.

    It is designed as a double-banded sunken rum barrel that has been underwater long enough that barnacles and other sea life have taken hold. A net with cork floats is draped over the top.

    One side is branded for the bar and reads: "VaVoom! Tiki Room The Hague" and the other side features their logo tiki head and is labeled "Bacardi" below.

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    Designer
    Trader Brandon
    Manufacturer
    Munktiki

    A mug resembling a hand carved wooden bust of a man wearing a tiki mask. Glazed in brown with black wipe accents.

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    Citrus Surfer - Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto a.k.a. Dark Blue Tangaroa Cooler - in 1 collection

    Designer
    Marcus Gonzalez
    Manufacturers
    Tiki Farm, Tim Wollweber

    Due to the pandemic and the closure of Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto the Citrus Surfer mug was released at the Tambu Lounge. The Citrus Surfer mug is the sister mug to Trader Sam’s Enchanted Tiki Room's Tangaroa Cooler mug. The Citrus Surfer mug was made in a darker blue to distinguish it from the lighter blue Tangaroa Cooler mug. Design by Marcus Gonzalez and sculpted by Tim Wollweber.

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    Designer
    Becky Cloonan
    Producer
    Mondo

    This mug depicts a grim reaper over a boneyard with the phrase "Splendor et Divitiae" on the reverse side. This is the Tan & Brown Designer Series variant. It is sold by Mondo Tees. This mug is available in several colors including all black "Plague", blue wipe "Mortuus", an all white "Blight", and red "Exsanguine" variations.

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    Designer
    Becky Cloonan
    Producer
    Mondo

    This mug depicts a grim reaper over a boneyard with the phrase "Splendor et Divitiae" on the reverse side. This is the Exsanguine variant, in red wipe glaze. It is sold by Mondo Tees. This mug is available in several colors including all black "Plague", blue wipe "Mortuus", an all white "Blight", and tan "Designer Series" variations.

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    Designer
    Becky Cloonan
    Producer
    Mondo

    This mug depicts a grim reaper over a boneyard with the phrase "Splendor et Divitiae" on the reverse side. This is the Blight variant, in white glaze. It is sold by Mondo Tees. This mug is available in several colors including all black "Plague", blue wipe "Mortuus", a red "Exsanguine" and tan "Designer Series" variations.

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    Designer
    Becky Cloonan
    Producer
    Mondo

    This mug depicts a grim reaper over a boneyard with the phrase "Splendor et Divitiae" on the reverse side. This is the Plague variant, in black glaze. It is sold by Mondo Tees. This mug is available in several colors including all white "Blight", blue wipe "Mortuus", a red "Exsanguine" and tan "Designer Series" variations.

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    Designer
    Tiki Tum

    This is a mug shaped like a sitting figure wearing a tiki mask and holding a skull in his lap. Glazed in a light gloss brown.

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    Designer
    Mulder142
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This is the third mug in a series of mugs for Tonga Hut’s annual St. Patrick’s Day Party. Due to the pandemic forced closure of Tonga Hut during St. Patrick’s Day, the 2020 mug was released on December 20, 2020.

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    Bacoo Rum Tiki Mug - Brown in 2 collections

    Brown wood panel with full body version of the Bacoo Rum logo and "Bacoo Rum" near bottom. This is available either at the website or as a promotional packaging with a bottle.

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    Producer
    GeekiTikis

    This mug depicts an excited Buddy reacting to the news that Santa is coming, just like in the holiday film.

    Elf is a 2003 American Christmas comedy film directed by Jon Favreau and starring Will Ferrell as a human child named Buddy who was raised in the North Pole as an elf but, unable to shake the feeling that he doesn't fit in, the adult Buddy travels to New York, in full elf uniform, in search of his real father.

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    Producer
    GeekiTikis

    This mug depicts Frosty the Snowman wearing his signature scarf and a top hat with sprig of holly. He has a corncob pipe in his mouth and is holding a broom in one hand.

    Frosty the Snowman is a 1969 American animated Christmas television special produced by Rankin/Bass Productions. It is the first television special featuring the character Frosty the Snowman. The special first aired on December 7, 1969, on the CBS television network in the United States and it has aired annually for the network's Christmas and holiday season every year since. The special was based on the Walter E. Rollins and Steve Nelson song of the same name. It features the voice of comedian Jimmy Durante as the film's narrator.

    Glazed in a blue wipe finish leaving the mug mostly white with blue details in the recesses to make the details pop. Interior is solid blue.

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    Krampus - Green - by GeekiTikis in 1 collection

    Producer
    GeekiTikis

    From their website:

    "In Central European folklore, Krampus is a horned, anthropomorphic figure described as "half-goat, half-demon", who, during the Christmas season, punishes children who have misbehaved. Part of the Series 4 Horror line-up, Krampus features beautifully sculpted details and a fun hidden detail on the reverse side of the mug."

    The hidden detail appears to be a pair of hands creeping over the side of Krampus's basket as a victim (child, probably) tries to escape.

    Glazed in green (some selective spots wipe glazed to show white) with red interior.

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    Designers
    Michael Bonanno, THOR
    Manufacturer
    Tiki Farm
    Producer
    Mondo

    This mug is modeled after "Bruce", the great white shark in the film Jaws, which debuted in 1975 and was directed by Steven Spielberg. This "Alamo Drafthouse Variant" in glossy brown is one of a few variants, including a "Standard Variant" in white and gray with red details (un-numbered open edition), "Chum Variant" in wipe-away red glaze (limited to 400), "Poster Variant" in blue and gray modeled after the original poster, and an "Amity Variant" in wipe-away blue glaze (limited to 360). There is also a "ComicCon 2019 Variant" in sandstone brown with dark brown wipe glaze (limited to 200). Each mug also includes a translucent red swizzle stick "swimmer" that helps re-create the classic 1975 film poster with the swimmer directly above the shark's mouth.

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    Designers
    Michael Bonanno, THOR
    Manufacturer
    Tiki Farm
    Producer
    Mondo

    This mug is modeled after "Bruce", the great white shark in the film Jaws, which debuted in 1975 and was directed by Steven Spielberg. This "Poster Variant" in blue and gray modeled after the original poster is one of a few variants, including a "Standard Variant" in white and gray with red details (un-numbered open edition), "Chum Variant" in wipe-away red glaze (limited to 400) and an "Amity Variant" in wipe-away blue glaze (limited to 360). There is also a "ComicCon 2019 Variant" in sandstone brown with dark brown wipe glaze (limited to 200). Each mug also includes a translucent red swizzle stick "swimmer" that helps re-create the classic 1975 film poster with the swimmer directly above the shark's mouth.

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    This is a frosted zombie glass marked for Monte Proser's Beachcomber.

    Monte Proser was one of the first to lift Donn Beach's Don the Beachcomber concept, and he lifted the famous Zombie drink right along with it. Proser was largely responsible for introducing the Zombie to the east coast. He started with "Monte Proser's Zombie," a bar created for the New York World's Fair in 1939. Based on that success, he opened Monte Proser's Beachcomber in 1940 in a space above the Winter Garden Theatre in Times Square (the same space would later hold Lanai, and then Hawaii Kai).

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    Creature Trophy Mug - by Big Toe in 2 collections

    Designer
    Big Toe
    Producer
    Big Toe

    This is a mug shaped like an upside down shrunken head version of the Creature From The Black Lagoon of the Universal Studios monsters film franchise.

    Perhaps a nod to the classic Ren Clark Severed Head mug also as this head has fresh blood dripping from the neck.

    These were released through Big Toe's Etsy store starting with a first drop of slightly less than half the finished run of 150 mugs on 12/11/2020. The second drop of the remaining mugs was scheduled for before Christmas.

    These were also accompanied by a custom Big Toe PNG arrowhead swizzle, a mini print of his new creature painting, and a recipe card for the "Swamp Angel" cocktail.

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    Designer
    Ohana Is Dead
    Manufacturers
    Munktiki, Robert Fink
    Producer
    Ohana Is Dead

    This is a mug shaped like the grim reaper holding a surfboard and carrying a swizzle stick scythe.

    From their website:

    "Relive the the 80s with this Town & Country inspired surfing reaper! This bad boy stands eight inches tall and holds 24 fluid ounces of your favorite tropical treat. Each reaper comes with a Ohana is Dead scythe swizzle, but don't worry, your reaper is a helper and can hold that swizzle for you. The 80s reaper is an edition of 125 and masterfully crafted by the fine folks at Munktiki Imports."

    Sculpted by Robert Fink.

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    Designer
    Ohana Is Dead
    Manufacturers
    Munktiki, Robert Fink
    Producer
    Ohana Is Dead

    This is a mug shaped like the grim reaper holding a surfboard and carrying a swizzle stick scythe.

    From their website:

    "Life was so much easier when all you had to worry about was checking the surf report before heading to the beach. Remember the good times with this Old School surfing reaper. This bad boy stands eight inches tall and holds 24 fluid ounces of your favorite tropical treat. Each reaper comes with a Ohana is Dead scythe swizzle, but don't worry, your reaper is a helper and can hold that swizzle for you. The Old School reaper is an edition of 125 and masterfully crafted by the fine folks at Munktiki Imports."

    Sculpted by Robert Fink.

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    Designer
    Dorothy Kindell
    Manufacturer
    Dorothy Kindell
    Producer
    Dorothy Kindell

    This is a teapot shaped like a jolly fat guy with a white beard and holding a coconut/barrel mug in one outstretched hand. He is wearing a tropical flower decorated wrap around his waist. The head is removable and the coconut/barrel is open for pouring. Marked on the bottom for Dorothy Kindell.

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    Dead Man’s Isle Tiki Mug - by Munktiki a.k.a. Circle Circle Full Body Tiki Mug - in 1 collection

    Designer
    Paul Nielsen
    Manufacturer
    Munktiki

    Standard version of the Dead Man’s Isle Tiki Mug. Issued in a few color variations.

    This design is a revisiting of the earlier 2016 Circle Circle Stacker, which was just the tiki head, but this mug has given it a full body as well. The tiki head has a long narrow nose, small mouth, and circular patterns around face. He has a cape around his shoulders and wears a small pendant.

    This original full body design with cape and pendant was issued in 2019 in a few color variations and also including an all black version for Black Friday 2019 and an orange version for Halloween 2019.

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    Dead Man’s Isle Tiki Mug - Black Friday Edition - Black - by Munktiki a.k.a. Circle Circle Full Body Tiki Mug - in 0 collections

    Designer
    Paul Nielsen
    Manufacturer
    Munktiki

    Black version of the Dead Man’s Isle Tiki Mug.

    This design is a revisiting of the earlier 2016 Circle Circle Stacker, which was just the tiki head, but this mug has given it a full body as well. The tiki head has a long narrow nose, small mouth, and circular patterns around face. He has a cape around his shoulders and wears a small pendant.

    Original full body design with cape and pendant was issued in 2019 in a few color variations including this all black version for Black Friday 2019 and an orange version for Halloween 2019.