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Tiki Finds
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Joined: Dec 15, 2009
Posts: 54
From: Kentucky
Posted: 2010-10-02 2:19 pm   Permalink

Today I went to the "200 mile yard sale" here in Ky. I only hit about 10 miles of the 200 but heres what I found.

A set of 8 Tiki Leilani mugs;... An Orchids of Hawaii 80a Japan, surfer girl mug;... A Hula girl mug also marked Orchids of Hawaii, Japan;... and a Hawaii 50 state Jim Beam decanter. Less than $20 total for this haul.



An old conch shell TV lamp and a 10 inch album of Japanese music for my Japanese wife.


A few other albums



And then there was this:
The seller said he had salvaged a Merry Go Round from a defunct amusement park. Among the various horses and other animals was this 6 foot tall fiberglass Wahine!
I dont know what Im gonna do with her yet, but here is a few pics outside beside my truck and inside my bar.





 
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tedtiki
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From: Sunny Springfield Illinois
Posted: 2010-10-02 2:33 pm   Permalink

Awesome find on the merry-go-round wahine.

 
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USAF Retired
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Joined: Dec 15, 2009
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From: Kentucky
Posted: 2010-10-02 4:10 pm   Permalink

After doing a little more research, I have learned the Wahine that I bought today didnt come from a merry go reound, but instead came from a ride called "The Rainbow"...A quick You Tube search found this video of one of her sisters enjoying a spin around the park.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XnhRuZw5yuE

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Club Nouméa
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Joined: May 03, 2010
Posts: 450
From: Wanganui
Posted: 2010-10-02 10:44 pm   Permalink

That fibreglass wahine is fantastic!

"6-Foot Fibreglass Wahine"... hmm... sounds like a great album title to me, or a great name for a song at the very least...

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Bongo Bungalow
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Joined: Aug 20, 2007
Posts: 1295
From: Indiana
Posted: 2010-10-04 11:25 am   Permalink

Quote:

On 2010-10-02 22:44, Club Nouméa wrote:
That fibreglass wahine is fantastic!

"6-Foot Fibreglass Wahine"... hmm... sounds like a great album title to me, or a great name for a song at the very least...

CN




Somewhere, beyond the six foot fiberglass wahine
Somewhere, waiting for me
My lover stands on fiber spun strands
And watches the drinkers, that go flailing.

(with apoligies to Bobby Daren... or his estate... and pretty much anyone reading this)




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Tom Slick
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Joined: Aug 26, 2005
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From: The Beaches of South Bay, SoCal
Posted: 2010-10-05 2:10 pm   Permalink

I'm totally intrigued with the video! Look at the background attractions..They all follow a 'tropical' theme! 'Aloha Funhouse' is one directly across. Paradise Island and Shark! are a couple of other attractions...

http://antibesland.net/
in French!
or use google to translate. There must have been more than one of these made, and maybe the U.S.A. one went defunct?


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USAF Retired
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Joined: Dec 15, 2009
Posts: 54
From: Kentucky
Posted: 2010-10-05 3:16 pm   Permalink

Quote:

. There must have been more than one of these made, and maybe the U.S.A. one went defunct?



In the past few days since my purchase Ive done a little reasearch on "The Rainbow"
Apparently there were only a few dozen of this style ride produced and new ones are no longer available. Some of them were called The Magic Carpet or the Alibabba. Only the ones called Rainbow had the wahines. The one I bought came from Kentucky Kingdom in Louisville and was dismantled here in 2008. I found several photos online of Rainbows. Here are photos of one at an unknown location that shows the two wahines on the ride car and different ones on the fences around the ride. There are more out there somewhere but exactly how many is anyones guess.




 
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Tiki-Atari
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Joined: Aug 06, 2007
Posts: 138
From: Atlanta
Posted: 2010-10-06 08:17 am   Permalink


Just bought these guys - 3 totems, 20in - 25in high.
Actual (splintery) palm.
Got them for $20 each from a couple in Atlanta.




The top has some pitting.



tl/dr -
First Questions:
*Any way to get rid of the green paint highlights? Burn in the shadows?
*How can I make them less viciously splintery. They are palm, and every time I move them I get splinters.
Will coating them with stain and spar urethane help with that? (I think these are going to live outside)

Second Questions:
*Anyone know (or know of) Grover Rice?
*Anyone know anything about Grover's Gallery, or anyone local able to go get pictures?
*Think these came from there, or are these just random tourist tikis that could be from anywhere?

The facts:
They were bought by someone's aunt in St. Augustine, Florida at "a little shop downtown".
They have green painted highlights, and the bottoms seem to have been dipped in plaster for leveling and protection purposes.


That made me curious. Some Googling turned up this image via flickr
That guy on the left looks pretty similar, as does the use of green paint to highlight.


This image was taken here


Store details:
Grover's Gallery
14 Saint Georgia St #B
Saint Augustine Florida, 32084-3660
904-824-5738





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Tiki Royale
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Joined: Dec 06, 2002
Posts: 891
From: The Aloha Room in Beautiful Belmont, CA!
Posted: 2010-10-07 3:11 pm   Permalink

Today was a good day...

"Menehune Bowl" from the Kahala Hilton! Made by Terra Ceramics, same makers that did pieces for the Hilton Hawaiian Village.
(Phillip Roberts, can you provide any details on Terra Ceramics?)
And a cobalt blue glass float. It doesn't look like your run-of-the-mill eproduction, the rope actually has turned greenish on one side from alge and it looks to have some salt crystals inside.
Float is about 6" in diameter.





Aloha,



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LOL Tiki
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Joined: Sep 06, 2007
Posts: 932
From: San Diegoish
Posted: 2010-10-07 4:11 pm   Permalink

That bowl's a great find - congrats!

 
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Tipsy McStagger
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Joined: Nov 21, 2004
Posts: 3673
From: HELL
Posted: 2010-10-08 7:54 pm   Permalink

picked this fountain up at an estate sale along with a few other smaller items.....it's in perfect shape. - i also grabbed the floor lamp next to it.....







photo is from the estate sale listing.


 
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Beach Bum Scott
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Joined: Oct 28, 2008
Posts: 307
From: The Ranch in CO
Posted: 2010-10-09 2:12 pm   Permalink

Thrift store find today but can't find any info, nothing on Ooga Mooga.
Bottom of the mug has Don Edward & Company in raised letters.






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Phillip Roberts
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Joined: Sep 09, 2003
Posts: 1653
From: OAHU/Seattle
Posted: 2010-10-09 5:32 pm   Permalink

Aloha,
Quote:

On 2010-10-07 15:11, Tiki Royale wrote:

Phillip Roberts, can you provide any details on Terra Ceramics?




I can. "Terra Ceramics, Hawaii" was active 1965-ish until around 1989-ish. It was run by Victoria Citron (She was 81 when she passed in 2003) out of a kiln in Kalihi. They often bid against Polynesian Pottery (Daga) , and Louie B. Ceramics for jobs.
The company started doing flowerpots for hotels and eventually got the contract to make the coconut mugs for Duke Kahanamoku's on the Beach, and the Hilton business. After the majority owner passed on her son (sadly) disposed of many of the custom molds. (I know Gecko picked up a couple of them but this was the exception to the rule.)

Nice find! I did put a different version of the same bowl in Waikiki Tiki: Art, History and Photographs. Mine is light brown.


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John the Mainlander
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Joined: Dec 21, 2009
Posts: 39
From: Rockford, Illinois
Posted: 2010-10-09 7:28 pm   Permalink

This find isn't exactly all tiki, but I thought I'd share it any way. This was one of those "I felt the need to rescue it" purchases. I was at the Kane County Flea Market in St. Charles, Illinois (this flea market in its heydey was second to very few in the U.S.-its now a shadow of its former glory but doing a bit better). I saw this box filled with Hawaiian paperwork from 1967. It turns out this was all the paperwork from a lady's trip to Hawaii in late May/early June 1967. I'm guessing this was an estate gind or something. It appears that she went there a part of the 51st Annual Supreme Session of the Daughters of the Nile (Shriner's wife)(See also
Wives's with Knives-Shag Art). Anyhow, its all here from the Daughter's o the Nile program to the United Airlines in flight book complete with Tiki on the cover, to the flight menu, to stationary from the hotel that I presume she stayed at, to postcards, tourist newspapers from Hawaii, souveneer pamphlets, Hawaii road maps, Luau programs, Restaurant napkin, Souveneer Lei and Necklace, Aloha Airlines booklet, etc. etc. etc. Its pretty much the same kinda stuff that one would get now, only its like a 1967 Hawaiian tourist time capsule. I don't really know how or where I would display this, and I don't really want to break it up, so if anyone is interested in buying it or trading me something, let me know.






 
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Tipsy McStagger
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Joined: Nov 21, 2004
Posts: 3673
From: HELL
Posted: 2010-10-09 7:30 pm   Permalink

Quote:

On 2010-10-09 14:12, Beach Bum Scott wrote:
Thrift store find today but can't find any info, nothing on Ooga Mooga.
Bottom of the mug has Don Edward & Company in raised letters.











it's not don edward...it's actually is edward don company...headquartered here in the midwest, they are a supplier to restaurants and service industry establishments....anything from cookware, glassware, ceramics, dishware, deep fryers, dishwashers (industrial) etc.....they have been around for many many years.....this is the first time i have seen a tiki type mug by them and used to frequent their outlet store in chicago for years.....they actually have a location just down the street from the chef shangri-la in riverside......either this is old or something they recently started to do......edward don company goes back at least 50 years as far as i know.


here's the link...apparently they have been around since 1921...

http://www.don.com/AboutDon/companyintro.aspx



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