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midnite
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Joined: Mar 25, 2002
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Posted: 2005-03-13 1:03 pm   Permalink

Found at an Auction House in Petaluma I had ALWAYS meant to check out and finally did

for $175. It was listed as "Carved Totem Pole", and most people thought it was Alaskan.


Now that is a Tiki find!

Great score, monkey. Congrats. This Tiki deserves its own topic, as I fear it will get lost in the many pages of this topic. There has to be a few TC'ers with some knowledge of this carving.

$175? Wow.

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Joined: Mar 06, 2003
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Posted: 2005-03-13 5:01 pm   Permalink

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On 2005-03-13 13:03, midnite_tiki wrote:
Great score, monkey. Congrats. This Tiki deserves its own topic, as I fear it will get lost in the many pages of this topic. There has to be a few TC'ers with some knowledge of this carving.



Done and done

http://www.tikiroom.com/tikicentral/bb/viewtopic.php?topic=13656&forum=7&3

Yeah, I'm ultra-stoked.
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exotica59
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Joined: Oct 17, 2004
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Posted: 2005-03-13 7:20 pm   Permalink

I've been busy searching, and lazy on the picture posting. Below is a few of the lastest finds.
I picked these two up just as a antique mall was closing. Tag read two tropical framed pictures Reg.$16.00 now 1/2 price $8.00. Had to wait till I got home to pull off the back of the frame and yes, they are complete Matson menus.
The next two pictures are of differant matches and swizzles


and last a strange decanter and shots set made by QUON-QUON. Don't know anything about this except ebay list all QUON-QUON items as being made around 1980 or 1981. anyone know more?also a half price find paid $11.00 for the set

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SilverLine
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Joined: Mar 02, 2004
Posts: 637
From: Kansas City
Posted: 2005-03-14 08:06 am   Permalink

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On 2005-03-13 12:34, bigbrotiki wrote:
WAITAMINNIT, pleeeeease....before y'all start slicing up your vintage Aloha shirts, please think twice, consider their collectability, and spare the ones with Tiki prints.
They might eventually find a place in my upcoming book on Aloha shirt design entitled "The Look Of Tiki" (which will become LOT, I guess).



"The Look of Tiki"? Very Cool! And a VERY good idea! Most of us can't afford thousands of dollars for WWII vintage shirts.

Now about cutting up shirts for quilts . . you wouldn't grind up prefectly good mugs to make a serving bowl (would you?). Save the good shirts (and your money) and buy damaged shirts. I used to buy shirts for 40 cents a pound at Goodwill, resell the nice ones and salvage the buttons off the torn ones to replace missing buttons on otherwise good shirts. Ask around at your favorite thrift stores. They usually cull the damaged shirts before anyone ever sees them.

SAVE THE SHIRTS!!



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virani
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Joined: Sep 17, 2003
Posts: 1438
From: Volcanic area of France
Posted: 2005-03-14 08:45 am   Permalink

My brother brought me back a can of Tiki Toheroa soup from NZ.
He had it in the Te Papa museum of Wellington, it's a can from the 50's of a shellfish that is now forget to sell...The guy at the museum gave him. cool...





He also brought me some Ti toki liquor with a cool design, and some Hei tikis...
Thanks bro.


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johntiki
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Joined: Mar 31, 2002
Posts: 1528
From: MD
Posted: 2005-03-14 08:50 am   Permalink

Virani - love the tiki soup!

Again my parents came through for me! On a weekend outing to Ocean City Maryland they stopped at an antique store on the way home and picked up these...

Homemade Tiki Ashtray - over a foot long, really well done.



Mai Kai mug that I've never seen before...





...looks like it's an OMC judging by the diamond shaped sticker residue on the bottom...
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bigbrotiki
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Joined: Mar 25, 2002
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From: Tiki Island, above the Silverlake
Posted: 2005-03-14 09:57 am   Permalink

Great finds, everybody!

I just wanted to bump this post before it becomes forgotten, I am really very interested in finding that Tiki's carver:

Quote:

On 2005-03-10 07:32, Johnny Dollar wrote:
got this postcard last weekend for a buck at a local flea market.


"Hawaiian Enchantment," postmarked 1951.

interesting, fact, the tiki in the background is the same as in the middle of the second postcard page in Tiki Quest, but it's a different wahine.



...and filslash wrote:

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"It's also the same tiki (on Maui) as in the Boyd Rice article, and pictured on the back of some denny cd... Current whereabouts unknown"



...AND what makes this Tiki design even MORE interesting is that two of them were flanking the entrance to the ORIGINAL Trader Vic's in Oakland (BOT p.82). It proves that the early Trader Vic's decor, like the Tahitian/Marquesan posts, were imported from Hawaii and Tahiti, because the American Tiki carving tradition had not yet formed. I wonder if we ever will find out who the carver of the these sleek, very modern Tikis was. He must have worked in Hawaii...


 
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Tiki D
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Joined: May 14, 2003
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From: Detroit
Posted: 2005-03-15 06:48 am   Permalink

Unfortunately I am not too familiar with menus. What are Matson menus? My fiancee's grandma just gave me four of the exact same pieces all framed and I haven't taken them apart yet but she had said that she remembered them being "menus or something."
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Feelin' Zombified
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Joined: Jul 15, 2003
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From: The Exotic Shores of Lake St. Clair
Posted: 2005-03-15 07:03 am   Permalink

It's possible that they're just prints. I have that set of four matching prints in matching frames that I found at a thrift store. They are marked on the back that they came from a Hudsons Dept. store travel agency... To me this was twice as nice: Detroit history & tiki art in one.


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Unfortunately I am not too familiar with menus. What are Matson menus? My fiancee's grandma just gave me four of the exact same pieces all framed and I haven't taken them apart yet but she had said that she remembered them being "menus or something."



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johntiki
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From: MD
Posted: 2005-03-15 07:55 am   Permalink

Tiki D - Matson was a cruise line that ran from the U.S. to the South Pacific throughout the early to mid-20th century. The menus came from their ships the Lurline, Maripossa, etc. I know nothing about the menus other than I wish I had some!
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Sweet Daddy Tiki
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Joined: Jul 20, 2003
Posts: 1099
From: Edmonton
Posted: 2005-03-15 08:15 am   Permalink

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On 2005-03-15 07:55, johntiki wrote:
Tiki D - Matson was a cruise line that ran from the U.S. to the South Pacific throughout the early to mid-20th century.



For the record, Matson is still around, just not in the passenger business anymore.

http://www.matson.com/corporate/about_us/history.html
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Tiki D
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Posts: 58
From: Detroit
Posted: 2005-03-15 09:05 am   Permalink

you guys are the best, thanks for the info! now it looks like I am going to have to do some investigating when I get home tonight to see if they are the full menus or just the prints. still cool either way.
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bigbrotiki
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Joined: Mar 25, 2002
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From: Tiki Island, above the Silverlake
Posted: 2005-03-15 11:44 am   Permalink

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On 2005-03-15 07:55, johntiki wrote:
Tiki D - Matson was a cruise line that ran from the U.S. to the South Pacific throughout the early to mid-20th century.



The Matson route can be appreciated on the map "Course of the Matson Liners in the South Pacific" on pages 30/31 in the BOT. The icons of Polynesia are strung on a pink flower Lei surrounding Matson's ports of call.

The best known series of menus among Hawaiiana collectors were designed by artist Frank MacIntosh in the 30s, and Eugene Savage in the late 40s (the ships were put to war use until 1945). The imagery of these two artists has been used and copied so much that it has become a clichee twice, on shirts, plastic trays and murals.

The above menus must have been in use throughout the 60s, the most desirable one (which is always missing nowadays) is the New Zealand one with the big Maori Tiki in the foreground.


 
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johntiki
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From: MD
Posted: 2005-03-15 11:55 am   Permalink

Hey Sven! This is jumping way off topic but I'm curious...do you happen to know what became of the Matson's ships when they got out of the cruise ship business? I'm in the market for a 900 foot cruise ship...no seriously, I've heard bizarre stories of former cruise ships being sold to some off-the-wall third world countries and in some cases they still remain in use.
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Phillip Roberts
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Joined: Sep 09, 2003
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From: OAHU/Seattle
Posted: 2005-03-15 2:04 pm   Permalink



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