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    Aku Aku Three Moai Bowl in 7 collections

    Producer
    Aku Aku

    This yellowish brown bowl is round, with three moai around the edges. Marked for the "Aku Aku" in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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    Tonga Room Three Moai Bowl in 8 collections

    Producer
    Tonga Room

    This yellowish brown bowl is round, with three moai around the edges. Marked "Tonga Room" "Fairmont Hotel" "San Francisco" in black on bottom.

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    Mt. Fuji Inn Woodgrain Eyes Moai in 21 collections

    This moai is smooth all over, save for an oval indentation around the eyes with a woodgrain texture. Lips are also woodgrain. Green glaze, "Mt. Fuji Inn" "Omaha, Nebr." in raised letters down back.

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    Producer
    The Islander

    This dark brown bowl is round, with three moai around the edges. Marked "Tommy Lee's Islander Stockton California" in black on bottom, in a small field of white. In 1966, the Islander was sold to Tommy G. Lee who ran it until about 1980.

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    Mt. Fuji Inn Moai Mug Dashed Brown a.k.a. Orchids of Hawaii R-72 Lookalike Brown - in 4 collections

    Stylized moai design, brown, with coffee-bean-like eyes. Vertical "dashes" are indented into the mug all over. Similar to Orchids of Hawaii design R-72. From the Mt. Fuji Inn in Omaha, Nebraska. There is another version from the Mt. Fuji Inn that is forest green, and does not have dashes all over.

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    Hot Rod Hula Hop 2 Bowl Red in 2 collections

    Designer
    KuKu Ahu

    These were limited to 150 pieces of which only 50 were done in red. Also glazed in a black or a brown glaze.

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    Pilikua Moai a.k.a. Bosko Pilikua Moai - in 5 collections

    Designer
    Bosko
    Manufacturer
    Tiki Objects by Bosko

    The Pilikua Moai was designed and produced by Bosko. The mug is gray with black speckles and is shaped like a tall moai with a pointed nose, long ears and a straight expressionless mouth.

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    These Otagiri salt & pepper shakers are shaped like moai, with painted eye details. The backs are marked "Zombie Village Oakland, Calif." in black.

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    Producer
    Tonga Room

    These salt & pepper shakers by Otagiri were used at the Tonga Room in San Francisco, California. They are yellow-brown moai, and are marked "Tonga Room Fairmont Hotel S.F." on the back on black.

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    Producer
    Tonga Room

    These salt & pepper shakers by Otagiri are of stern-looking moai, with a woodgrain-like series of vertical lines all over. They have a brown glaze. They are marked "Tonga Room Fairmont Hotel SF" in black on the back.

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    Hawaiian Village Woodgrain Moai Mug a.k.a. Otagiri Woodgrain Moai - in 9 collections

    Producer
    Hawaiian Village

    This is a brown moai mug produced by Otagiri Mercantile Co, and has a wood-grain appearance. This version was made for the Hawaiian Village in Tampa, FL.

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    Hot Rod Hula Hop 3 Mug a.k.a. Kahiki Fireplace Tribute Mug FOM HRHH3 - in 5 collections

    This mug was manufactured for the Hot Rod Hula Hop 3. It is shaped like the fireplace moai from the Kahiki in Columbus, Ohio. Designed by Captain Skully (Eric Immelt).

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    Canteenki Moai Neckglass Brown a.k.a. Munktiki Canteenki Moai Neckglass Brown - in 0 collections

    Designer
    Paul Nielsen
    Manufacturer
    Munktiki

    This Danish Modern Style moai was designed with clean, simple lines and manufactured by Munktiki. This version is a neck flask which is topped by a large cork. The moai has long, low profile, slightly curved ears, a concave oval area where the eyes would be, a short nose and an open oval protruding mouth.

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    Bora Bora Moai Mug White in 1 collection

    Producer
    Bora-Bora

    This pale moai mug was manufactured for the Bora Bora bar in Madrid, Spain. The moai has protruding, lidded eyes, a long broad nose and a thin expressionless mouth.

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    This ashtray was manufactured by OMC for John Ascuaga's Nugget in Sparks, NV. The ashtray has a stone-like finish and is topped with a realistic moai with shoulders just the like the Trader Dick's signature moai.

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    Ron Jon Tiki Mon Mug in 3 collections

    Manufacturer
    Tiki Farm

    This tall brown moai mug was manufactured by Tiki Farm for Ron Jon Surf Shop. The moai is wearing black sunglasses and a black t-shirt marked "Surf's Up!" on the back.

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    Zombie Village OMC Black Moai in 1 collection

    Black moai, with no eyes. This mug was manufactured for Zombie Village in Oakland, CA by OMC.

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    Mo-Ho-Ho a.k.a. GOTIKI Santa Moai 2008 - in 0 collections

    Designer
    GOTIKI
    Manufacturer
    GOTIKI

    Mo-Ho-Ho is a tall moai dressed like Santa and was designed and produced by GOTIKI.

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    De Moai in 10 collections

    Designer
    Bosko
    Manufacturer
    Tiki Objects by Bosko

    This is a mug shaped like a stylized Moai with a small forehead, large triangular nose, and large pronounced chin. Rust brown mottled glaze. A small one inch opening at the top making it difficult to add ice or drink out of.

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    Mt. Fuji Inn Moai Mug Dashed Green a.k.a. Orchids of Hawaii R-72 Lookalike Green - in 8 collections

    Stylized moai design, green, with coffee-bean-like eyes. Vertical "dashes" are indented into the mug all over. Similar to Orchids of Hawaii design R-72. From the Mt. Fuji Inn in Omaha, Nebraska. There is another version from the Mt. Fuji Inn that is forest green, and does not have dashes all over.

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    Designer
    The Witch Doctor
    Manufacturer
    Cursed Tikis

    This is a mug shaped like a Moai with topknot (pukao) - which is removable to use as a shot glass - and holding a skull. The skull is also a separate shot glass. There is a separate base as well. This is a custom unique piece. Both the Custom and Test glaze issues of this design vary and are 1/1. The regular edition was glazed in a "Ghost Glaze" of pale greenish gray. There is also a limited run of Little Maximus in red glaze holding a shrunken head shot (ed. of 25).

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    Producer
    The Hawaiian

    These moai shaped salt & pepper shakers were manufactured for Johnny Quong's Hawaiian in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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    Islander Three Moai Bowl in 2 collections

    Producer
    The Islander

    This dark brown bowl is round, with three moai around the edges. Marked "Islander Stockton California" in black on bottom, in a small field of white. In 1966, the Islander was sold to Tommy G. Lee who ran it until about 1980. There is another almost identical version of this bowl that is marked "Tommy Lee's Islander" on bottom.

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    Bora Bora Moai Mug Black in 2 collections

    Producer
    Bora-Bora

    This black moai mug was manufactured for the Bora Bora bar in Madrid, Spain. The moai has protruding, lidded eyes, a long broad nose and a thin expressionless mouth.

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    Manufacturer
    Tiki Farm

    This green moai was manufactured by Tiki Farm for Clifton's Pacific Seas. The moai has a long curved nose and a straight closed mouth.

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    Designer
    Joe Vitale
    Manufacturer
    Tiki Farm

    This is the shot version of the Mr. Moai mug from Tiki Farm, designed by Joe Vitale. Only 96 were done in this brown color. Stylized "moai" shape with a large forehead.

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    Johnny Quong's Hawaiian Moai Mug in 1 collection

    Producer
    The Hawaiian

    This tall, slender, honey colored moai mug was manufactured for Johnny Quong's Hawaiian in Salt Lake City, Utah. The moai has long, flat ears and a broad nose with rounded nostrils.

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    Lola Lo Daddy Moai in 2 collections

    Designer
    Cheekytiki
    Manufacturer
    Cheekytiki

    This is a large mug shaped like a Moai head. Glazed with gray glossy glaze on exterior and black glossy glaze on interior.

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    Trader Dick's Moai Ashtray in 3 collections

    Producer
    Trader Dick's

    This ashtray features a realistic moai, with shoulders, similar to the Trader Dick's moai salt and pepper shakers made by Otagiri Mercantile Company. Base has stone-like appearance.

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    Moko Moai Kiwi Green a.k.a. Moko Moai Second Edition - in 20 collections

    Designer
    Benzart
    Manufacturer
    Tiki Farm

    Moko Moai is a replica of an original Benzart sculpture. It is Ben’s vision of a hybrid version of an Easter Island Moai and a Maori Tiki, evidenced by the traditional heavy Maori tattooing (also known as “Moko”). "Kiwi Green" exterior and red interior glaze. Moko Moai is further embellished with a 1.75" fishhook pendant cast in resin.

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    Woody Miller Moai Mug Custom in 12 collections

    Designer
    Woody Miller
    Manufacturer
    Wood Tiki

    This is a mug shaped like a Moai head.

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    Moko Moai Brown a.k.a. Moko Moai First Edition - in 40 collections

    Designer
    Benzart
    Manufacturer
    Tiki Farm

    Moko Moai is a replica of an original Benzart sculpture. It is Ben's vision of a hybrid version of an Easter Island Moai and a Maori Tiki, evidenced by the traditional heavy Maori tattooing (also known as Moko). Moko Moai is further embellished with a green Tiki pendant cast in resin and modeled after another of Benzart's pendant carvings.

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    Aku Aku Las Vegas Moai Ashtray in 1 collection

    Producer
    Aku Aku

    This ashtray was manufactured for the Aku Aku in Las Vegas, NV. The ashtray has a stone-like finish and is topped with a black moai. A similar ashtray was produced for John Ascagua's Nugget and Trader Dick's but with brown moai. There is also a similar ashtray for the Los Angeles Islander but with their signature menu tiki.

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    This is a plastic mug shaped like a Moai head and marked for Carnival Cruises. Obtained aboard the Carnival Conquest Cruise and possibly others.

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    Zombie 2 Halloween Super Limited Edition a.k.a. Munktiki Zombie Moai 2 Halloween SLTD Edition - in 4 collections

    Designer
    'Ona Tiki Cass
    Manufacturer
    Munktiki

    This beautifully grotesque design was originally produced in larger format by 'Ona Tiki in Burbank, California. A later version, also in larger format, was produced by Munktiki. This is a slightly scaled down version done in a series of limited editions of 25 or 50 with different glaze designs. The first edition of 25 is in a dark green with black rub and red and white accents. The second edition of 50 is in a Mummy Brown with Black rub and Red and White accents. This edition of 25 is orange with a black rub.

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    Shameful Tiki Room Toronto Second Anniversary Tiki Mug a.k.a. Shameful Tiki Room Toronto B-Horror Movie Mug, Shameful Tiki Room Toronto Second Anniversary Frankenstein Moai Head mug - in 8 collections

    Designer
    Mulder142
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This is a mug shaped like a moai head with a distinctly Frankenstein's Monster look, including stitches, neck bolts, and hair on the lid. 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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    Hi-Tide Moai Ceramic Tiki Mug in 3 collections

    Designer
    Greg Laplaca
    Manufacturer
    Laplaca Pottery Works

    A mug shaped like a Moai head. Hi-Tide Recordings releases surf, instro & lounge recordings worldwide and presents the annual Asbury Park Surf Music Festival. This is the first Hi-Tide tiki mug, made by Laplaca Pottery Works in Point Pleasant, New Jersey. Originally released at The Anchor's Bend in Asbury Park on May 4, 2018. Finished in one of the following 4 glazes: Blue, Brown Matte, Green Speckle, and Blue Speckle.

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    Three Moai Bowl With Woodgrain in 1 collection

    Lighter wood-grained round bowl with three glossy dark brown moai, unmarked. Measures 4 1/8" tall overall by 8 1/2" wide and 8 1/2" deep. The bowl itself measures 3" tall x 6" diameter.

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    Designer
    SHAG
    Manufacturers
    Eekum Bookum, Patrick Vassar

    This is a mug shaped like a tall, elongated, orange Moai head with a white face. It is two-tone with most of the head, and the nose, glazed in orange. The face is white. The sides have special holders for custom tiki torch shaped swizzle sticks (orange and red).

    Designed by SHAG, sculpted by Patrick Vassar, and manufactured by Eekum Bookum. The mug was created to celebrate the Tonga Hut's 60th anniversary.

    It came with a drink card for the "Fire Bird" cocktail (a riff on the Jungle Bird), by Marie King, using Rum Fire Jamaican rum, Coruba dark rum, Campari, Cynar, simple syrup, lime juice, and pineapple juice.

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    Designer
    Patrick Vassar
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This is a mug shaped like a moai wearing a blue aloha shirt with Rapa Nui bird men on back. Released at their third annual tech summit on December 4th - 6th, 2018 in Maui, Hawaii.

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    Designer
    Squid
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum
    Producer
    Tiki Underground

    Moai head with miners cap in yellow glaze. Has a body in gray glaze color. Has a straw hole on top near back of hat. Rocks on bottom of mug in brown glaze.

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    Designer
    TikiCampese
    Manufacturer
    TikiCampese
    Producer
    TikiCampese

    Tiki mug "Cyclop Alien Moai", made by Paul Tiki Campese art.

    Porcelain stoneware.

    Limited series of 40 pieces. Inspired by a work from a few years ago made by Paul Tiki Campese.

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    Designer
    Mulder142
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum
    Producer
    Lei Low

    This mug is shaped like a coconut that is still in it's husk. It has three distinct sides. One side shows the Lei Low logo, one side says "Howdy" and the third side says "Since 2014". They were made by John Mulder and are an homage to Trader Vic's “Aloha” coconut.

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    Designer
    Mulder142
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This is the skeletal head of a traditional Mo'ai KavaKava, glazed in a slate gray, with white irises, branded on reverse for the Suffering Bastard Bar in Sanford, Florida. The bar opened April 5th, 2019. It is semi-hidden inside of Tuffy's Bottle Shop, but you can find Suffering Bastard on your way to the outdoor garden.

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    Manufacturer
    LunacyFx Ceramics

    This is a squat stylized version of the classic Suffering Bastard Moai mug first introduced by Trader Vic's. This version sits on a base surrounded with cross-hatched designs. It is branded on reverse for the Suffering Bastard Bar in Sanford, Florida. The bar opened April 5th, 2019. It is semi-hidden inside of Tuffy's Bottle Shop, but you can find Suffering Bastard on your way to the outdoor garden. This mug was released September 14th, 2019 in a limited edition of 200.

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    Designer
    Odd Rodney
    Manufacturer
    Odd Rodney

    This is a mid-mod version of the classic Suffering Bastard mug used at Trader Vic's and elsewhere. There was a matte black and a matte white produced. The interiors were also glazed in a choice of different colors (green or orange mod color gloss glazes). Stoneware.

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    Designer
    Odd Rodney
    Manufacturer
    Odd Rodney

    This is a mid-mod version of the classic Suffering Bastard mug used at Trader Vic's and elsewhere. There was a matte black and a matte white produced. The interiors were also glazed in a choice of different colors (green or orange mod color gloss glazes). Stoneware.

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    Mid Mod Moai - Black in 0 collections

    Designer
    Odd Rodney
    Manufacturer
    Odd Rodney

    This mid-century modern style moai (Easter Island Head) mug was produced in various colours including orange, white, black and green. The mug is made of stoneware which makes its weight substantial. Each mug is 100% hand made by Odd Rodney. Open edition. This is the black glazed version.