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8FT Tiki
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Joined: Nov 30, 2003
Posts: 1400
From: Kansas City, MO
Posted: 2004-04-19 2:08 pm   Permalink

Well I finally picked up a copy of Martin Dennys "Quiet Village". Cover has a few condition problems but the disk looks unscratched. So for 50 cents, I took it home.
I hope this is the start to a good summer of yard sale finds!
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Tikiwahine
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Joined: Apr 09, 2003
Posts: 3293
From: Victoria, BC
Posted: 2004-04-19 5:22 pm   Permalink

I just HAD to take this picture when I had my camera with me on my last Thrifting trip.
Talk about owl invasion! Good thing there were two menehunes to keep them at bay.

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OnaTiki
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Joined: Nov 24, 2003
Posts: 409
From: San Diego, CA
Posted: 2004-04-20 3:09 pm   Permalink

Our latest find.....



A client is moving her mother in and was cleaning out the house. Look what we found in the garage. We made her an offer that we could live with and the glass floats have a new home.

The mother said she brought the floats back from Japan and they have been hanging in the garage for 34 years.

A total of seven floats, all in great condition with only slight fading on a few of the nets. The largest one is 18 inches.



 
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Tikiwahine
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Joined: Apr 09, 2003
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From: Victoria, BC
Posted: 2004-04-20 3:16 pm   Permalink

Ona Tiki, what luck! Those are beautiful and will look fantastic in your home!
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freddiefreelance
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Joined: Feb 15, 2003
Posts: 3006
From: San Diego, Ca.
Posted: 2004-04-20 3:19 pm   Permalink

Quote:

On 2004-04-20 15:09, OnaTiki wrote:
Our latest find.....

A client is moving her mother in and was cleaning out the house. Look what we found in the garage. We made her an offer that we could live with and the glass floats have a new home.



OnaTiki, here's the big picture:



You change the 3rd from last number from a zero to a 6 & it's big!
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OnaTiki
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Joined: Nov 24, 2003
Posts: 409
From: San Diego, CA
Posted: 2004-04-20 3:23 pm   Permalink

Thanks for making the pic bigger. I was frantically reading the FAQ's and searching to find the post where it was talked about how to enlarge the pics.


 
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Tikiwahine
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Joined: Apr 09, 2003
Posts: 3293
From: Victoria, BC
Posted: 2004-04-20 3:30 pm   Permalink

One thing, all the really old floats I've seen around here have almost black, dirty thick netting that used to be white or beige(once upon a time)Most made of hemp. These all go for $100 - $400 CDN(depending on who's selling them) Only in the US have I seen thin and/or coloured netting. I find that kind of strange. I guess it depends on who/when/where they were made. I would assume that those were made for the tourist trade, but maybe they were just mass produced ones(stronger rope, less expensive to manufacture)

 
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atomictonytiki
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Joined: May 14, 2002
Posts: 1290
From: Bangkok
Posted: 2004-04-22 10:21 am   Permalink

Tikis are like buses you wait ages then three come at once



First up an Indonesian made faux Marquisian mask bought for £2 in a Christian charity store.
The tiny little three inch tall Maori Tiki souvenir bought for a staggering £3, in the heart foundation charity store where I suspect from some of the stupid high prices that their pricer is getting ideas from ebay. The old lady behind the counter even had the cheek to as me what it was and when I said " a little new Zealand Tiki" she had this look that said yes I thought so thatís why I priced it so high.
Finally its one of bigbro Tikiís least favourite Tiki, but my top find of the day, bought from the across town sister store from my first find of the day. When I spotted it on a shelf behind the counter I almost let out a shriek of surprise, but I quickly regained my composure and asked as casually as possible "what price that statue was?" At £7.50 I snatched it up.
I now have to confess to having suffered "Tiki Envy" at the size of other forum members Tiki's since I could never find a Tiki bigger than six inches but now I have a nine incher and finally feel I can stand erect and proud, yes my tiny Tiki shame is over.


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naugatiki
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Joined: Jan 02, 2004
Posts: 870
From: Port Angeles, Wa
Posted: 2004-04-22 11:23 am   Permalink

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On 2004-04-22 10:21, atomictonytiki wrote:

I could never find a Tiki bigger than six inches but now I have a nine incher and finally feel I can stand erect and proud, yes my tiny Tiki shame is over.




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bongofury
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Joined: Oct 15, 2002
Posts: 1560
From: Ventura County
Posted: 2004-04-24 7:10 pm   Permalink

A different take on the Tiki fork and spoon.......


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Kono
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Joined: Oct 08, 2003
Posts: 1266
From: Orlando
Posted: 2004-04-24 9:44 pm   Permalink

I haven't posted in this thread in a while because I haven't been out looking all that much. I've been mostly getting my tiki fix off of ebay. Now I know some of you think that ebay's not "sporting" enough but, yes, it can be. The sport on ebay is to find expensive items for cheap. And you can! A recent example is an old (I'd guess 70s) Spirit of Hawaii pineapple liqueur gift package. It comes with a Spirit of Hawaii tiki mug, a Suck Em Up ceramic bottle cork and a sealed (still has the ATF paper tax seal) bottle of Liqueur D'Ananas Hawaiian Pineapple Liqueur in a tiki style bottle. I got it for $6.99! Why? Wasn't listed properly and wasn't listed under tiki or any other obvious listing. You can find unbelievable deals on ebay. I find at least one every 1-2 weeks or so.



Anyway, that's not why I'm posting tonight. I learned a bit of a lesson today. When I go to a brand new thrift store or antique shop I really look and look for that hidden treasure stuck behind all the crap in a corner. But when I go to shops that I've frequented before, I tend to zoom through just looking for new stuff. Same when I maniacally collected records. First time in a new record store you go through the entire bin, each and every bin. Subsequent visits I just flip through the front few records looking for the new arrivals. I realize no one's likely actually reading all of this drivel but I'll still continue.

Today I'm doing some OT work on Saturday to pick up some extra shekels and when I get ready to go home I get this weird, out of left field urge to go to my favorite antique mall. What will I find? I cruise through, anticipating a large tiki pole just around the corner or a mint copy of Jungle Jazz but nope. Zip, zilch, nada. Well, not exactly nada. I check out a booth that had previously had two pairs of tiki mugs which I had considered too expensive on a prior visit ($20 per pair). The two Orchids bikini girl mugs are gone but the two blue mermaid mugs are still there and marked down to $12 for the pair. I decide to grab them so that the trip's not a total waste.

I go up to the register and the (I think) owner is like "There's Kevin, with his tiki." We're talking and the other lady working there says "Are those from booth <such and such>?" "No, they're from booth <whatever>." "You know <so and so> often has tiki. I just sold a tiki a couple hours ago."

I tell 'em that "Oh I looked all over. I checked and didn't see anymore tiki."

She says, "You really have to look in her booths."

"Oh, I did. What kind of tiki was it?"

"Just a little small tiki. From Trader Vics."

My heart sank. "What did it look like? What was it made of? Was it a person or a statue or what?"

"It was a small Hawaiian tiki god that said Trader Vics. Just sold it a couple of hours ago for only three dollars."

Uuuurrggggghhh! Three dollars!

"Are you sure it wasn't a salt or pepper shaker?"

"No, it looked like it was meant to be just a souvenir."

First off, I can't recall ever seeing anything like what she described. Second, I figure I better go back and look a little harder.

She offers to show me the lady's booths and I gladly accept. She's telling me how when you look through this dealer's stuff you have to really dig because she brings in tons of stuff every week and she just kinds of shoves things into corners, underneath other things etc. And tiki seems to be one of "her things." And she's right. The three booths this dealer has are dense with items. Stuff on shelves, piled up on the floor, all over the place. I always pay special attention to her booths, as she usually has unusual items, but apparently not enough attention.

Three booths: Booth one: Nothing.

Booth two: I'm digging and moving stuff and really looking when I find a small rum barrel looking mug that says "The Warehouse Restaurant, Marina del Rey, Newport Beach." Not your classic barrel mug but since I don't have ANY barrel mugs I'll take it. Hell, I gotta get something. I'm looking and looking and just about to leave the booth when down by my foot I spy a "Tiki Bowl" like from the Trader Vic's menu! I actually audibilized a "Whoooooaaaahhhh!" which did embarass me a little. Many of you have scorpion bowls and the like out the yazoo but this is my first. I know that Orchids made one like this, but this one is unmarked.

I'm happy at this point. I check out booth three and after much digging I find two great rocks glasses from the Mai Tai restaurant in Indianapolis. One has yellow graphics and just says "Mai Tai." The other has dark graphics and says "Mai Tai Restaurant, Indianapolis, Indiana." They both have a graphic of an A-frame hut and a graphic of a tiki. Sorry the pic quality sucks.



There were two mermaid mugs but I only put one in the pic. The whole lot was just a hair over $30.

Lesson learned: the Tiki is there. You just have to look, look, and look some more.


 
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johntiki
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Joined: Mar 31, 2002
Posts: 1528
From: MD
Posted: 2004-04-29 07:39 am   Permalink

I must have done something right this week or something because I've stopped at the local thrift store twice this week and have been rewarded on both visits! Tuesday I stopped, did the initial scan of the glassware and immediately made contact with the mug you see on the left. The bizarre thing was that I saw the exact same mug on Ebay the night before in the vintage tiki section with only 6 minutes left to bid, 0 bids and a price of $7.00. I don't know what it was but if I find an item about to close that I remotely find decent I will snatch it up but that night something told me to let it go. The next day I found my mug with a $1.00 mark on the bottom...so I basically saved about $13.00 after I included shipping and handling. It is an unmarked, 2 faced, handled mug and I welcomed it into the collection!

The next morning around 2AM I had just left work and was pumping gas for the ride home when I was approached by an older man who just got out of his Corvette. He told me a typical con-man sob story about not being able to buy gas because his credit card was unreadable by the gas pump and that he had a long drive home and not enough fuel to get there. He asked me for money and told me he would mail it back to me...blah, blah, blah! Whatever! Something told me that the guy might be telling me the truth - I saw that his credit card looked wallet worn and he showed me the bill fold completely empty besides a couple ATM receipts. I handed the guy $5.00 and would you know it, he went in and paid for $5.00 worth of gas! He offered to send it back to me but I told him he didn't have to bother. The guy probably pulled off a decent scam but I felt pretty good - he seemed desperate and he didn't just take the money and drive off like I expected. I chalked it up as doing a good deed and completely forgot about it by the time I got home.

The next afternoon I did my usual stop at the Goodwill, did the preliminary scan - glasswares, wooden junk, owl shelf, furniture - nothing. I picked up a Little Golden book for my son but put it back when I saw a giant line at the register. I was just heading toward the door when I paused to take one last look at the bottom owl shelf and lo and behold with an audible gasp...the Moai on the right. At first I only caught sight of the top of his head and the bridge of his nose and immediately thought, some new "tiki" themed junk from Wal-Mart. I was pleasantly surprised to find that the thing was huge and not new at all - over a foot tall and marked clearly on the back - Treasure Craft '58 - Compton Calif.! If anyone had seen me they probably would have thought I lost my mind when I fell on the floor and started sobbing uncontrollably with joy - no just kidding. Seriously I must have been smiling ear to ear and the $3.00 scribble on the back made it even more exciting! This ranks up there as one of the best thrift scores ever in these parts and it's made my week! Was it good mana?




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Kono
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Joined: Oct 08, 2003
Posts: 1266
From: Orlando
Posted: 2004-04-29 07:45 am   Permalink

That Treasure Craft Moai is a stupendous find. Congrats!

Now, did you go back and get that book for your son?


 
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Johnny Dollar
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Joined: Oct 01, 2003
Posts: 3069
From: Columbus, Ohiya
Posted: 2004-04-29 07:49 am   Permalink

geewhiz that moai is the best! total congrats johnT!

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johntiki
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Joined: Mar 31, 2002
Posts: 1528
From: MD
Posted: 2004-04-29 07:58 am   Permalink

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On 2004-04-29 07:45, Kono wrote:

Now, did you go back and get that book for your son?



Oh yeah I forgot to mention that...not only did I buy him the one book, the Tawny Scrawny Lion, I also got a copy of Scuffy the Tugboat!

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