1 The Car Wash
2 Entrance
3 Easter Island Pole
4 Misc. Stuff
5 Tiki Bowls
6 Ship's Wheel
7 Exotic Weapons
8 Ship rigging
9 Tiki Statue Display
10 Fish Netting
11 Big Tiki Statues
12 Even Bigger Tikis
13 Economy Tikis
14 Tiki Hut
16 Voodoo Poles
17 Tiki Wall Hangings
18 Masks On The Hut
19 More Tikis
20 Ceiling Hangings
21 More Voodoo
22 Authentic Tiki Pole
23 Polynesian Sign
24 Info and Images

Jon Tiki and I wandered over to the Tiki Mug section . There were plenty of them, all in these really great old glass cases. There were three or four cases total. It appeared that all the tiki mugs in these cases were older, perhaps not made anymore. They definitely were Restaurant quality.

Here's a case that features some really classic tiki bowls. There's the scorpion bowls in the middle, the tiki bowls on the left, and on the right are the built-for-four volcano bowls. I doubt there are a dozen bars in the US that are still using these bowls.


Want to find out more about Oceanic Arts? Check out these picture-filled books:
THE BOOK OF TIKI is Tiki Culture's bible, and fearures a chapter dedicated to Oceanic Arts. Check it out on NIGHT OF THE TIKI features carvings from Oceanic Arts' cofounder Leroy Schmaltz, as well as art by Shag and authentic oceanic carvings. Check it out on


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