|Bay Park Buzzy|
Joined: Apr 07, 2006
From: West Bay Park, San Diego, CA
|Posted: 2009-11-03 11:46 am  Permalink|
I got some new display cases for my collection a few weeks back.Since I had to move, clean,and rearrange it all,I figured I'd take photos of the whole lot while I was at it. I have just over 600 pieces now. Just a few more and I'll have them all!
Here are the new cases all along one wall:
And here are the shots of them all,starting with the Coco Joes,HIP,Polyarts, and ending on the smaller companies :
CocoJoes puna rift lava plaques
Different colors comparision:
Coco Joes lava tikis:
Lava Tikis 9"-14" tall
Lava Tikis 12" tall
Lava Tikis 9-10" tall
Lava Tikis 8-12" tall
Lava Bookends and Ku
Lava tikis 6" tall
small lava tikis
lava bottle openers
Letter holder and lava lamp(it originally came with a candle)
Lava tiki letter openers
Letter opener,mini knifespoon set,and bolo tie
Lava tiki Penholders
lava tiki Penholders and jelly boat
Coco Joes lava pendants tagged
Coco Joes lava pendants
Tiki pipeholder ashtrays
Ashtray lighter set
Ashtray & letter opener
Still in package stuff
Coco Joe's hapa wood tikis
hapawood tiki bookends
hapawood tikis 6"
hapawood tikis 6"
hapawood tikis 6-8"
Hapawood kanaloas 9"
Hapawood tikis 8-9"
Hapawood tikis 9"
Hapawood tikis 4"
Hapawood tiki ashtrays and pipe holder
hapa wood Tiki penholders
hapawood letter and bottle openers
hapawood tiki pendants +united airlines
Hapawood tiki pendants
Hawaiian zodiac pendants
Coco Joe's hapawood non tikis
Small hapawood non tiki pieces
Hula pen holders
Egg timer and letter holder
Hapawood non tiki pendants
Coco joe bolo tie
Orlas and letter holder
Hapawood ashtray and bowls
Bronzites and Lava
Old wholesale pricelists
Coco Joe's Lava non Tiki
Large King Ks
Small King Ks
Tiki carver, musician, fisherman
Hulas and dancers
Lakis and storyteller
Warrior, napkin holder, bottle opener
Coco joes lava non tiki pendants
Ashtrays and penholders
larger than 9" lava
larger than 9" hapawood
HIP medium sized hapawood tikis
Medium sized lava tikis
Small HIP tikis
HIP tiki lighters
Little Grassshack bookends and letter holder
God of Love ashtrays
Pen holder & letter opener
HIP Olivine and sandstone
HIP small olivine
Olivine ashtray,letter opener, and paperweight
HIP pendants tagged
HIP Jumbos Lava
HIP jumbos mixed
Penholders and King K
Fertility godesses and Lei seller
HIP non rascal humorous
CoralRascal variationon the right
Memorial stand up and bookends
HIP hula ashtrays
Ashtray and wallhanger
HIP letter openers
Ashtrays and lighters
Frank Schirman tikis:
Schirman non tikis
Plaster unmarked, pied piper, Randotti
Unmarked and Holo Ka Hana
Guam and saipan
Holo Ka Hana and South Seas Sales
Pictures of Paradise,BIP,and Hilo tiki
Polyart? and HIP? cant remembers
Hawaiian Distillers lava and Hapawood
Ok, now it's Freddie's turn to post his collection. RJ,you're after him.
EDIT: I added everything I got since this original post right here:
On 2010-01-03 20:24, Bay Park Buzzy wrote:
More lava eye candy I picked up since the last megapost of my collection:
Larger HIP stuff
Polyart, Lava ray, and Hohokee(sp?)
Hapawood hula ashtray is a HIP, the rest cocojoe
HIP penholder and Cocojoes
Coco Joe's jewel fish donated by Ookoolady:
CocoJoe's, upper right Polyart
Surprisingly, I still have room for more. A lot more!
Extra thanks to all of you who have been pointing me in the right direction when you see something out there that I don't have!
On 2010-03-15 14:37, Bay Park Buzzy wrote:
New stuff to blend in with all of the old stuff that I already have:
SuperJumbo HIP tiki donated from the HOKU collection
Hapawood HIP shelllady ashtray:
Polyart, Guam, and AliiGold
CCJ's tiki penholder notepad:
Two CCj pendants and a letter opener:
On 2010-05-13 22:38, Bay Park Buzzy wrote:
And while I'm here, another update of new pieces recently added to the collection:
CCJ's Alii Gold Aloha Beauty
Coco joes and a Polyart lighter
Cocojoes Strong god pendant
Unmkarked tiki and Guam ashtray
I picked up a lot of old "made in Hawaii" sand and stone resin composites:
On 2010-08-29 20:18, Bay Park Buzzy wrote:
And while I'm here, I'll update the master list by crossing off these new additions:
2 HIPs, 1 coco joes, amd a Guam
Polystone and Pied Piper:
Only a few more on Da List now!
On 2010-09-07 11:45, Bay Park Buzzy wrote:
And some more new ones I just got or ones that I forgot to add to the last post:
HIP-donated by HOKU
New Zealand Maori resin wahine:
On 2011-01-10 22:42, Bay Park Buzzy wrote:
Here is the lot of recent stuff that I added to the collection:
HIP olivine and pendant
Big island sand
Guam made in saipan
I did a rough count and I added about 100 pieces in the last year.
On 2012-05-17 12:57, Bay Park Buzzy wrote:
I went cold turkey from collecting and buying stuff on ebay for six months last year. After that, I went back to adding pieces as usual to the ever expanding collection. I think i averaged adding just over 1 a week since the break.
Here are the new additions:
Guam, Hilo, Saipan tikis
unmarked monkey and Big island sands
On 2012-09-24 23:46, Bay Park Buzzy wrote:
More friends found their way into my home over the last few months:
That one was on Da "most wanted" List for a while
That Kalua King's pig bowl was another most wanted struck off Da list!
I wanted the set of these guys for a while too:
They're attached to a lamp:
unmarked, but I think they were Schirman's?
I need a new list...
On 2013-07-31 21:36, Bay Park Buzzy wrote:
Time for another new additions to the collection update :
Still averaging a little over one new one a week.
Pendants grouped L-R, Unmarked Hawaiian Eye, Polyart, Lava ray, Coco Joe's, HIP
Schirman, pied Piper, Holokehaa(sp)
United Airlines, BIP? thermometer, and unmarked ashtray
New Zealand maori resins: gateway tours, Alan Davey, unmarked
[ This Message was edited by: Bay Park Buzzy 2014-05-20 20:16 ]
Joined: Mar 25, 2002
From: Tiki Island, above the Silverlake
|Posted: 2009-11-03 12:08 pm  Permalink|
Jeeeeeez! ...and loading, and loading, and.... You clearly are a man possessed! Some outstanding, never before witnessed pieces in there! I had to take a break or my brain was gonna explode.
You know I heard that when one adds the last piece to the collection, it all will come alive and....
Joined: Jun 22, 2006
From: Aotearoa / NZ
|Posted: 2009-11-03 12:15 pm  Permalink|
Amazing....lots of great designs there I have never seen before. Great job Buzzy! This is an invaluable resource preserved for posterity now.
Hard to believe, but I actually have a Coco Joe's that's not shown there...
Joined: Sep 22, 2008
From: Edmonton Alberta Canada
|Posted: 2009-11-03 12:26 pm  Permalink|
Ya if there is a piece your looking for let us know ....
Joined: Sep 27, 2008
From: Los Angeles
|Posted: 2009-11-03 12:29 pm  Permalink|
ha! *hand shake*
Joined: Jul 10, 2008
From: Garden Grove CA
|Posted: 2009-11-03 1:15 pm  Permalink|
Money well spent... Thank you Buzzy...I can look at them all day...
Grand Member (first year)
Joined: Feb 24, 2007
From: los angeles
|Posted: 2009-11-03 1:40 pm  Permalink|
uuhhh---sick!!!i'm speechless.. what an unreal collection---thanks for posting ---
|Psycho Tiki D|
Joined: Oct 13, 2006
From: The river Styx, can you pay the toll?
|Posted: 2009-11-03 1:45 pm  Permalink|
Are you kidding me?? That is the greatest collection of lava I have ever seen. Thanks for sharing all of that and I still have the ashtray you are missing for the bottom of that bottle!
Joined: Sep 02, 2008
|Posted: 2009-11-03 5:58 pm  Permalink|
WOW! Buzzy thanks for taking the time to post all of them like that. Hell of a lot of eye candy.
What are you missing?
Joined: Nov 16, 2007
From: Santa Barbara, CA
|Posted: 2009-11-03 6:23 pm  Permalink|
Holy lava figures Buzzy, that's a lot of Coco Joes.
Great collection, post the missing pieces when you get them.
Joined: Apr 11, 2007
|Posted: 2009-11-07 8:39 pm  Permalink|
Joined: May 11, 2003
From: glendale, ca
|Posted: 2009-11-09 8:00 pm  Permalink|
I want to place my order for the as yet unwritten collectors book of Coco Joes goodies. Now someone has to write it.
AND... It's probably in the 16 pages I just went through, back in the straighten out your tiki part, but... What's the story on the bent tikis? Is the "fire at the factory " story true?
Joined: Jun 28, 2008
From: Menifee, CA
|Posted: 2009-11-09 8:48 pm  Permalink|
Cool, now please take photos of the backs of them, the right sides of them, the left sides of them, the tops of them, and of course the bottoms of them. Also, please take photos of them individually.
Joined: Nov 06, 2004
From: Sunny Springfield Illinois
|Posted: 2009-11-10 10:53 am  Permalink|
Wow, that was amazing. Mahalo.
|Sabu The Coconut Boy|
Joined: Aug 20, 2002
From: Carson, California
|Posted: 2010-01-01 5:16 pm  Permalink|
Adding to an already dense thread. Didn't see this little ad posted yet.