This double-sided mug depicts two distinctly different tikis. John Mulder described the inspiration behind the mug saying “Tiki Gardens was a Polynesian gardens and restaurant in Indian Shores Florida, just a few miles from our house. It opened in 1964 it was closed in the 80s at which time it fell into disrepair ultimately being sold to pinellas county. And of course they tore down paradise and put up a parking lot for the beach. The front of the mug features a 10 foot Tiki named Kahona, the water God, which stood at the entrance. It featured a fire pit in the mouth and torches they would light every night. The back features another of their monumental Tiki’s which they called Lono supreme God.”
Color: Green, Gray, and Black
Dimensions: 7″ tall
Capacity Size: 18 fl. oz.
Unique Markings: “Tiki Gardens” and “Indian Shores Fla.” are written vertically on the sides of this mug and “Eekum Bookum Vassar JM142” is written on the bottom of this mug, along with an edition number.
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Special Notes: The mug was released along with a Tiki Garden prints designed by Doug Horne.
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