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    Tiki Tiki Shinjuku Skull Mug in 1 collection

    This is an unusual skull mug, it is more of a hiball shape, and is glazed brown with white painted details. The mouth is in a wide open grin. From Tiki Tiki Shinjuku restaurant in Japan.

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    Bosko Skull Mug Bone in 8 collections

    Designer
    Bosko
    Manufacturer
    Tiki Objects by Bosko

    This bone colored skull mug was designed and manufactured by Bosko. It has large eye sockets and four large, protruding teeth.

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    Mai Kai Pirate Rum Barrel in 3 collections

    Producer
    Mai-Kai

    This rum barrel shaped mug was produced for the Mai Kai in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. It reads "Pirate Rum" in black letters across the front. The handle is shaped like a sword, and there is a skull and cross bones on the front of the mug.

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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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    Giant Squid Mug in 1 collection

    Designer
    VanTiki
    Manufacturer
    VanTiki
    Producer
    VanTiki

    This is a large mug shaped like a squid tentacle holding a skull. The tentacle is the stem and the skull is the bowl. Multicolored with blue, purple and yellow details on the tentacle. The skull's interior has been coated red. Made of glazed high-fire ceramics with porcelain details.

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    Dick Dale Mug in 1 collection

    Designer
    The Witch Doctor
    Manufacturer
    Cursed Tikis

    This is a mug with a skull and two crossed guitars on the front. Mold was signed by music legend Dick Dale, also known as King of the Surf Guitar. The back of the mug has an impression of his signature. Glaze is a bluish gray.

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    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This is a two-piece mug that includes a pith helmet lid. It is shaped like a skull-masked native holding a shark-toothed war club. Concept by Anthony Carpenter. The hat fits with a lip that holds it in place while drinking and also has a straw hole. It is made of high fire stoneware and is part of a "Pith Pack" set which comes with a Pokole Roary mug, both in matching glaze with matching pith helmets. There is also a regular edition of this mug from the Taboo event in black & white, a limited event version in green & brown, and a test glaze version in blue that was auctioned for charity. These other versions do not come with the pith helmet.

    8.5" with helmet lid and 6.75" without.

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    VanTiki's Gold Tooth Skull Tile in 0 collections

    Designer
    VanTiki
    Manufacturer
    VanTiki

    The Gold Tooth Skull Tile was created by VanTiki. The skulls have wide round eye sockets and varying numbers of teeth. Measuring 4 1/4 inches square, each tile is stamped on the back with the VanTiki studio mark and is notched for wall hanging on the back. These tiles differ from the regular Spooky Skull Tiles because of the addition of a metallic gold tooth.

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    Toatahi in 15 collections

    Designer
    Boo-Tiki
    Manufacturer
    Tiki Farm
    Producer
    Tiki Farm

    Toatahi (Lone Warrior) is a Maori-inspired Tiki tattooed in traditional Maori Moko and in his lap rests what remains of one of his prior conquests. Toatahi is pronounced: TO-AH-TAH-HEE. Glazed in an iron matte brown. This is the first collaboration between Tiki Farm and designer Jeff Wehenkel (Boo-Tiki).

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    Hidden Harbor Mai Tai Glass by Bai In Teal & Seafoam a.k.a. Hidden Harbor Mermaid Mai Tai Glass In Teal & Seafoam - in 1 collection

    Designer
    Bai Tiki
    Producer
    Hidden Harbor

    This is a double old fashioned or mai-tai glass featuring the artwork of Bai, specifically a mermaid holding a skull in one hand. Back features the signature tiki by Crazy Al and some large tropical monstera leaves. Sold in sets of 2 in one of each color-way, either coral & pink or teal & seafoam. Released in January 2018 to celebrate the New Year. Hidden Harbor opened in the Squirrel Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh in January 2016. The bar is owned by Peter and Matt Kurzweg, who own the brewery next door, and their partner, tikiphile Adam Henry.

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    Hidden Harbor Mai Tai Glass by Bai In Coral & Pink a.k.a. Hidden Harbor Mermaid Mai Tai Glass In Coral & Pink - in 2 collections

    Designer
    Bai Tiki
    Producer
    Hidden Harbor

    This is a double old fashioned or mai-tai glass featuring the artwork of Bai, specifically a mermaid holding a skull in one hand. Back features the signature tiki by Crazy Al and some large tropical monstera leaves. Sold in sets of 2 in one of each color-way, either coral & pink or teal & seafoam. Released in January 2018 to celebrate the New Year. Hidden Harbor opened in the Squirrel Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh in January 2016. The bar is owned by Peter and Matt Kurzweg, who own the brewery next door, and their partner, tikiphile Adam Henry.

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    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum
    Producer
    Mulder142

    This mug is shaped like a skull-masked native holding a shark-toothed war club. Concept by Anthony Carpenter. It is made of high fire stoneware. There is also a regular edition of this mug from the event in black & white, a limited event version in "Slime Green", a "Black Pearl" edition, a Test Glaze version in blue, and a promotional "Pith Pack" edition with pith helmet. This version is in full color and was limited to only two specially glazed by John Mulder/Eekum Bookum. One was given to Rory Snyder, host of the event, and the second was put up for sale on eBay.

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    Designer
    Mulder142
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This is a decanter shaped like an old yellowish weathered skull with a red "candle" on top as the pouring neck of the decanter. Eye and nose sockets are blackened. Measures approximately 5" wide x 7" deep x 7.5" tall (without cork).

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    Amor Eterno Skull Goblet - First Edition - Bone & Black With Red Detail a.k.a. Eternal Love Skull Goblet - in 31 collections

    Designer
    David Lozeau
    Manufacturer
    Tiki Farm
    Producer
    Tiki Farm

    This skull mug features a distressed-wiped style skull adorned with red hand-painted eyes and rose-enwrapped skull & heart iconography on the reverse. The skull is perched upon a pedestal featuring skeleton lovers front and back.

    There is also a version with teal (instead of red) details.

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    Shameful Tiki Room Toronto 3rd Anniversary Never Say Die Barnacle Mutant Skull a.k.a. Never Say Die Mutant Skull Barnacle Edition, Goonies Sloth Skull Barnacle Edition For Shameful Tiki Room - in 2 collections

    Manufacturer
    Munktiki

    This is a strangely elongated skull in light blue wipe glaze. This version is covered in barnacles and marked for the Shameful Tiki Room 3rd Anniversary in Toronto, Canada. The skull belonged to the character Sloth from the film "The Goonies" which was shot in Astoria where Munktiki is located. Also, the Goonies motto is "Never Say Die!" Additionally, "Never Say Die" is an actual Tiki drink from Don the Beachcombers, circa 1960's and reproduced by BeachBum Berry in his Total Tiki app. 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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    Manufacturer
    Kachaktano Mugs
    Producer
    Kachaktano Mugs

    A mug shaped like Cthulhu with an octopus head and bat wings atop a skull. Made of porcelain. There are variations as well, including a wingless regular octopus version. Cthulhu made his first official appearance in the short story "The Call of Cthulhu," written by Lovecraft in 1926, although no living character in the story ever sets eyes on the actual creature. The characters we meet in the story see Cthulhu either in dreams or in artwork. The narrator of the story says that a statue of Cthulhu resembled, in part, an octopus, a dragon and a human-like or anthropomorphic creature.

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    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This mug is shaped like a skull-masked native holding a shark-toothed war club. Concept by Anthony Carpenter. It is made of high fire stoneware. This version in "Slime Green" was made after the event and given to VIPs and supporters. There is also a regular edition of this mug from the event in black & white, a "Black Pearl" edition, a promotional "Pith Pack" edition with pith helmet, and a test glaze blue version that was auctioned for charity.

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    Devil's Reef Infinity Skull Mug in 9 collections

    Designer
    Mulder142
    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum
    Producer
    Devil's Reef

    A mug shaped like several skull mugs without bottom jaw that are fused together to form a seamless transition as they are turned. Centipedes and other nasty critters crawl through the eye sockets. Sculpt by Patrick Vassar & made by Eekum Bookum (aka., John Mulder).

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    Skeleton Mug - by BarConic in 2 collections

    Manufacturer
    BarConic

    Skeleton shaped mug in gray glaze with white eye and nose sockets and white teeth.

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    Dead Sailor Mug in 4 collections

    Manufacturer
    Haven Cove Customs

    This is a mug shaped like the bust of a skeleton wearing a fisherman's rain slicker and hat. A starfish is stuck to his slicker on the front and a crab on the back. Available in several different glaze combinations, including red, blue, or black wash, and gunmetal with jeweled eyes.

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    Skull & Crown Trading Company Mai-Tai Glass a.k.a. Skull & Crown Trading Company Loball Glass - in 1 collection

    A clear lowball glass with the Skull & Crown Trading Company logo in black. The Skull & Crown Trading Company opened in 2019 and is located at 62 N Hotel St., Honolulu, Hawaii.

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    Bones Mug - by BarConic in 2 collections

    Manufacturer
    BarConic

    Elongated white skull face. If you are looking for an artistically creative way to present your latest frozen tropical concoction, then this "bones" themed ceramic tiki mug is a great place to start! The trendy skull face and long forehead will add a touch of darkness to your tropical cocktail vibe. This quality piece of tiki drinkware showcases a quality craftsmanship with definitive accents. The overall ivory skull coloring is defined with dark grey eyes and then beautifully glazed over, giving this ceramic drinking vessel an elegant and smooth look.

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    Designer
    Squid

    The "Triple Header" was designed by Squid.

    This design was originally issued as the "Triple Header" for Tiki Farm in 2007 in white and later in a variated special edition by Gecko at South Sea Arts in 2012.

    The mug features three skulls stacked one on top of the other with a handle on the back.

    Re-issued and released by Bauer(New/Modern) in a Limited Edition of 75 mugs in a brown and bone wiped glaze, followed by this open edition in brown glaze.

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    False Idol Short Skull Artist Proof a.k.a. False Idol Short Skull AP - in 1 collection

    Designer
    Bosko
    Manufacturer
    Tiki Objects by Bosko

    Single skull made for False Idol with large eye sockets and missing lower jaw. Very similar to the False Idol short stack (2 skulls) and the False Idol Skull Stack (3 skulls). This is an artist proof.

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    Manufacturer
    Eekum Bookum

    This mug is shaped like a skull-masked native holding a shark-toothed war club. Concept by Anthony Carpenter. It is made of high fire stoneware. There is also a limited edition of this mug from the event in "Slime Green", a promotional "Pith Pack" edition with pith helmet, a "Black Pearl" edition, and a Test Glaze Blue version that was auctioned for charity.

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    Designer
    Jesse Hernandez
    Manufacturers
    Mondo, Tufan Sezer
    Producer
    Mondo

    This 24 oz. mug depicts Quetzalcoatl, the Feathered serpent, opening his mouth to reveal the skull of Mictlantehcuhtli, the Aztec god of the dead. According to artist, Urban Aztec (Jesse Hernandez), "This design symbolizes a common theme among the Aztec, the duality of life and death, one cannot exist without the other." This is the regular first edition open issue variant with a brown under turquoise glaze dual finish, and there is also Emperor's Blood Edition variant (deep crimson red, yellow, and black) limited to 490 pieces, an Emperor's Gold variant limited to 375 mugs, and a Bone variant limited to 515 pieces.

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    Designer
    Jesse Hernandez
    Manufacturers
    Mondo, Tufan Sezer
    Producer
    Mondo

    This 24 oz. mug depicts Quetzalcoatl, the Feathered serpent, opening his mouth to reveal the skull of Mictlantehcuhtli, the Aztec god of the dead. According to artist, Urban Aztec (Jesse Hernandez), "This design symbolizes a common theme among the Aztec, the duality of life and death, one cannot exist without the other." This is the Emperor's Gold edition variant limited to 375 pieces and there is also a regular first edition open issue variant with a brown under turquoise glaze dual finish, an Emperor's Blood Edition variant (deep crimson red, yellow, and black) limited to 490 pieces, and a Bone variant limited to 515 pieces.

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    This mug is shaped like a crouching Mayan style skeleton wearing a crown, round earrings, and a loincloth. Small skulls encircle bottom rim. Reverse features a Mayan warrior with shield and jawless snake head helmet. This version is glazed in a glossy blue wash finish. It is one of two open editions of this sculpt, the other being a bone finish glaze. Additionally, there are also hand-painted or "Enhanced Limited Treasure Editions" of each of these open edition color-ways.

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    Kaan Took - Open Edition - BONE in 8 collections

    This mug is shaped like a crouching Mayan style skeleton wearing a crown, round earrings, and a loincloth. Small skulls encircle bottom rim. Reverse features a Mayan warrior with shield and jawless snake head helmet. This version is glazed in a glossy reddish brown "bone" wash finish. Additionally, it has hand-painted red eyes. It is one of two open editions of this sculpt, the other being a blue wash-away finish glaze. Additionally, there are also hand-painted or "Enhanced Limited Treasure Editions" of each of these open edition color-ways.

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    This mug is shaped like a crouching Mayan style skeleton wearing a crown, round earrings, and a loincloth. Small skulls encircle bottom rim. Reverse features a Mayan warrior with shield and jawless snake head helmet. This version is glazed in a glossy reddish brown "bone" wash finish just like the open edition but in addition to the painted red eyes, it also has blue-rimmed eye sockets and red earrings. It is one of two "Enhanced Limited Treasure Editions" of this sculpt, the other being a blue wipe finish glaze with additional painting on eye sockets and earrings. These two enhanced versions were sold as sets. Additionally, there are also non-hand-painted open edition color-ways of the blue and the bone glazes.

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    This mug is shaped like a crouching Mayan style skeleton wearing a crown, round earrings, and a loincloth. Small skulls encircle bottom rim. Reverse features a Mayan warrior with shield and jawless snake head helmet. This version is glazed in a glossy blue wash finish just like the open edition but it also has blue eyes, blue-rimmed eye sockets and red earrings. It is one of two "Enhanced Limited Treasure Editions" of this sculpt, the other being a bone wipe finish glaze with additional painting on eye sockets and earrings. These two enhanced versions were sold as sets. Additionally, there are also non-hand-painted open edition color-ways of the blue and the bone glazes.

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    Manufacturer
    Tiki Farm
    Producer
    Tiki Tango

    This mug is shaped like a thatched hut surrounded by tikis and sitting on a foundation of skulls. These limited edition collectible mugs were designed by the bar's founder, Scott McCray.

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    The Lost Shriner in 0 collections

    Designer
    Jan Kaegi
    Manufacturer
    JerK Kustoms

    This little fez wearing skull comes in various colorways and with two different fez symbols, designed and produced by Jan from JerK Kustoms, 2020

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    Doom Altar First Edition by Trader Brandon a.k.a. Indiana Jones & The Temple of Doom Skull Altar Mug - in 4 collections

    Producer
    Trader Brandon

    This mug is based off a set piece in the film, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1996). At the center of the smaller side of the temple stood a large statue of Kali and an altar in the shape of a skull that housed the Sankara Stones (which glowed when activated). This mug has a natural brown stoneware finish and includes an insert glassware and glow cube to allow for inner glowing while drinking. When not used as a drinking vessel, remove the inner glass and use the Altar as a candle holder or other decorative piece. Also came with a drink recipe card.

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    Kali-Ma Bowl for False Idol a.k.a. Three Skull Volcano Bowl for False Idol - in 0 collections

    Designer
    Notch
    Manufacturer
    Notch

    This is a one-of-a-kind bowl hand made by Notch for False Idol and presented to them in October 2016. It is a volcano bowl with three large skulls around the outer edges. Presumably inspired by the dark version of Kali portrayed in the Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom film.

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    Designer
    Jesse Hernandez
    Manufacturers
    Mondo, Tufan Sezer
    Producer
    Mondo

    This 24 oz. mug depicts Quetzalcoatl, the Feathered Serpent, opening his mouth to reveal the skull of Mictlantehcuhtli, the Aztec god of the dead. According to artist, Urban Aztec (Jesse Hernandez), "This design symbolizes a common theme among the Aztec, the duality of life and death, one cannot exist without the other." This is the Emperor's Blood Edition variant (deep crimson red, yellow, and black) limited to 490 pieces. There is also a regular first edition variant with a Brown & Turquoise glaze dual finish, an Emperor's Gold variant limited to 375 mugs, and a Bone variant limited to 515 pieces.

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    Designer
    Jesse Hernandez
    Manufacturers
    Mondo, Tufan Sezer
    Producer
    Mondo

    This 24 oz. mug depicts Quetzalcoatl, the Feathered Serpent, opening his mouth to reveal the skull of Mictlantehcuhtli, the Aztec god of the dead. According to artist, Urban Aztec (Jesse Hernandez), "This design symbolizes a common theme among the Aztec, the duality of life and death, one cannot exist without the other." This is the Bone variant limited to 515 pieces. There is also a regular first edition variant with a Brown & Turquoise glaze dual finish, an Emperor's Gold variant limited to 375 mugs, and an Emperor's Blood Edition variant (deep crimson red, yellow, and black) limited to 490 pieces.

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    Manufacturer
    Trevor Foster Studio

    This small stackable blue skull mug has no lower jaw and is marked on reverse for Strong Water Anaheim. It was released at the same time alongside with a red iron oxide brown version. Both sold out online within the week.

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    Manufacturer
    Trevor Foster Studio

    This small stackable brown skull mug has no lower jaw and is marked on reverse for Strong Water Anaheim. It was released at the same time alongside with a cobalt blue version. Both sold out online within the week.

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    Manufacturers
    Patrick Vassar, Monkey Skull

    This mug depicts an underwater tiki laying on the ocean floor with fossils and undersea life (and a skull in the mouth). This is the Standard Edition with an overall light teal blue coloring and small accents of green and maroon for undersea life. There is also a Super Limited edition that was glazed with a gray/stone tiki head and the undersea life picked out in purple and orange.

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    Manufacturers
    Patrick Vassar, Monkey Skull

    This mug depicts an underwater tiki laying on the ocean floor with fossils and undersea life (and a skull in the mouth). This is the Super Limited edition that was glazed with a gray/stone tiki head and the undersea life picked out in purple and orange. There is also a Standard Edition with an overall light teal blue coloring and small accents of green and maroon for undersea life.

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    Designer
    Wood Tiki
    Manufacturer
    Menehune Design Group

    This mug is shaped like a coconut resting on a base of skulls. The last design to be issued by Menehune Design group.

    From website:

    "You’re going to go cuckoo for Coco Skulls! These guys possess a fiendish charm with just a dash of daring. They’re a little bit creepy, a little bit cute, and a whole lotta groovy. Before you know it, you’ll be sipping in spooky style from these groovy ghoulies.

    Natural coconut and skull coloring outside with a hearty dollop of drippy ghoulish purple on the inside. Limited edition of 50, numbered by the artist. Designed by Woodtiki for Menehune Design Group."

    There is also an Artist Proof edition.

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    Maxie Maori in 2 collections

    This mug is shaped like a traditional full body Maori tiki with tongue out and holding a skull in front. Glazed in a reddish brown. Sold as a set along with a Minnie Maori.

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    Minnie Maori in 1 collection

    This is a small mug shaped like a traditional Maori tiki with tongue out and a skull on its forehead. It was part of a set with a larger Maxie Maori mug.

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    Designer
    Matt Stikker
    Manufacturers
    Munktiki, Robert Fink

    A mug shaped like a sea captain long dead and now a skeleton but still wearing his hat, an eyepatch, and uniform encrusted with barnacles and seaweed...with an eel sliding around his front and a crab on his back! The Captain is Dead Man’s Isle’s mascot and this mug is for the bar's signature drink. The mug comes in three color variants: Ghostly Blue with Hand Paint, Green Seaweed Slime Wash, and Porcelain white (whose translucence allows for colored LED ice cubes to give the mug a ghostly appearance).

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    Designer
    Matt Stikker
    Manufacturers
    Munktiki, Robert Fink

    A mug shaped like a sea captain long dead and now a skeleton but still wearing his hat, an eyepatch, and uniform encrusted with barnacles and seaweed...with an eel sliding around his front and a crab on his back! The Captain is Dead Man’s Isle’s mascot and this mug is for the bar's signature drink. The mug comes in three color variants: Ghostly Blue with Hand Paint, Green Seaweed Slime Wash, and Porcelain white (whose translucence allows for colored LED ice cubes to give the mug a ghostly appearance).

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    Designer
    Matt Stikker
    Manufacturers
    Munktiki, Robert Fink

    A mug shaped like a sea captain long dead and now a skeleton but still wearing his hat, an eyepatch, and uniform encrusted with barnacles and seaweed...with an eel sliding around his front and a crab on his back! The Captain is Dead Man’s Isle’s mascot and this mug is for the bar's signature drink. The mug comes in three color variants: Ghostly Blue with Hand Paint, Green Seaweed Slime Wash, and Porcelain white (whose translucence allows for colored LED ice cubes to give the mug a ghostly appearance).

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    Designer
    VanTiki
    Manufacturer
    VanTiki
    Producer
    VanTiki

    Shaped like a lava lamp with a skull in the "lava". Designed and produced by VanTiki.

    There was a presale for the first 200 mugs in the edition of 250.

    The edition works like this: #1-200: glitter sparkle glaze top & bottom, half in magma orange, half in sulfuric green (at random) 201-250 (early 2021 release): white top & bottom, half magma orange, half sulfuric green (at random)