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Posted: 2012-12-24 8:16 pm   Permalink

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On 2012-12-23 01:39, tikijackalope wrote:
Yes, it does look like pieces I shot at OA and in the London and Atlanta Trader Vics. I sent pics to Bob and Leroy; maybe I'll hear back. I paid $170 for it; I hope that wasn't too much. It's good to be here again. I'll read back a bit and catch up on what people are doing.



It's great to see you here again, too! And as for price, I agree with Hale Tiki. I would have paid twice (or more) for that carving! S C O R E !!!


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bigbrotiki
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From: Tiki Island, above the Silverlake
Posted: 2012-12-25 8:25 pm   Permalink

I just found this (and quoted the original post so folks know what the heck we're talking about). What a great specimen, I have never seen one with the Cannibal concept! I am pretty sure it hails from Tahiti, i'd be interested what O.A. has to say.

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On 2012-12-21 00:55, tikijackalope wrote:
I hadn't found anything interesting enough to report here in ages and then I picked up this wood (palm?) tiki in an antique mall near Wichita, KS, a couple days ago. It's about 36" tall and a tag on it read "totem tiki from Hawaii." I can find no identifying markings on it.

Tourist trade tiki? Restaurant decor refugee? Hobby carving? I've left a message for the dealer asking for more info but have not heard back. Any input as to where this might have come from would be appreciated.





I'm happy to have this, but it sure makes my Orchids of Hawaii tikis look even gaudier.

[ This Message was edited by: tikijackalope 2012-12-21 00:57 ]



Since old Tahiti did not have a strong carving tradition, carvers from the Marquesas came over to make money in the trade and so posts in this style were used for local houses and hotels, here an example at the Royal Tahitian Hotel outside of Papeete:



(...which was a mainland USA development). These "Tahitian" Tikis were imported to the US for Tiki temple decor, and eventually the style was copied by American carvers. This one at the Bali Hai San Diego has some similar features to yours:



I like the deep grooves around the facial features and the wrap-around mouth, giving it a highly stylized, almost abstract look -which sometimes led to these being mounted upside down

Here's a little bit on the "Tahitian style":






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tikijackalope
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Joined: Oct 23, 2003
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From: KS/MO
Posted: 2012-12-26 3:40 pm   Permalink

Thanks, Sven

I heard back from Bob today; he also pegged the style as Tahitian/Marquesan:

"Aloha Greg:

Your Tahitian/Marquesan tiki is very well done. The top portion is similar to many we have done but your's is deeper carved and back to back design. A nice, but old tiki. There were so many tiki carvers in the 60's and 70's and they all had their specific style. This is not done by Oceanic Arts or any of our carvers.

It is a very nice carved figure.

Thanks for writing,

Bob"

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On 2012-12-25 20:25, bigbrotiki wrote:
I just found this (and quoted the original post so folks know what the heck we're talking about). What a great specimen, I have never seen one with the Cannibal concept! I am pretty sure it hails from Tahiti, i'd be interested what O.A. has to say.

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On 2012-12-21 00:55, tikijackalope wrote:
I hadn't found anything interesting enough to report here in ages and then I picked up this wood (palm?) tiki in an antique mall near Wichita, KS, a couple days ago. It's about 36" tall and a tag on it read "totem tiki from Hawaii." I can find no identifying markings on it.

Tourist trade tiki? Restaurant decor refugee? Hobby carving? I've left a message for the dealer asking for more info but have not heard back. Any input as to where this might have come from would be appreciated.





I'm happy to have this, but it sure makes my Orchids of Hawaii tikis look even gaudier.

[ This Message was edited by: tikijackalope 2012-12-21 00:57 ]



Since old Tahiti did not have a strong carving tradition, carvers from the Marquesas came over to make money in the trade and so posts in this style were used for local houses and hotels, here an example at the Royal Tahitian Hotel outside of Papeete:



(...which was a mainland USA development). These "Tahitian" Tikis were imported to the US for Tiki temple decor, and eventually the style was copied by American carvers. This one at the Bali Hai San Diego has some similar features to yours:



I like the deep grooves around the facial features and the wrap-around mouth, giving it a highly stylized, almost abstract look -which sometimes led to these being mounted upside down

Here's a little bit on the "Tahitian style":






[ This Message was edited by: bigbrotiki 2012-12-25 20:27 ]



 
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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2012-12-26 5:56 pm   Permalink












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Mr. NoNaMe
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Joined: May 10, 2006
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Posted: 2012-12-26 8:26 pm   Permalink

I have to give a shout out to Tiki Shaker for telling Buzzy about the TV Suffering Bastard!! And two shouts out to Buzzy for bowing out on the drive to said Suffering Bastard.
I was heading to the estate sale because something caught my eye, (I didn't notice the TVSB). I saw Buzzy's truck ahead of me on Balboa and I gassed it and passed him. Almost ran him over. We spoke at the light and he gave me the "go ahead" to get that bastard!! Yes!!! He turned right to go the swap!
The bummer was is that all my competition, all my normal 6AM competition, was freakin' there! Guys from L.A. even! I got there at 8:45, I was #26! My heart dropped. I could feel that sausage mcmuffin knotting up inside! I got that bastard!





Today I scored a great velvet painting. No boobs, but that is O.K.! Normally the velvets I find are usually the island/palm tree/ water boat scene.
I found a LaVisse, "The Adze Man" as it is called.

Very happy!
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Tiki Shaker
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From: Menifee, CA
Posted: 2012-12-26 9:05 pm   Permalink

I was wondering if anyone got that Suffering Bastard. Congrats Eric!

 
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Posted: 2012-12-27 6:24 pm   Permalink






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gabbahey
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From: Denver, CO
Posted: 2012-12-28 6:59 pm   Permalink

Very rare exotica:
Martin Denny 33 1/3 Jukebox EPs


 
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nui 'umi 'umi
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Joined: Feb 21, 2011
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From: La Mirada Atoll
Posted: 2012-12-28 8:12 pm   Permalink

I dropped by Oceanic Arts this afternoon to snap a pic of the Moai that oversees their parking lot. As I was leaving this gentleman named Ron swung in and showed Leroy a carved canoe with 3 figures in it. It was pretty cool and Ron was asking Leroy what Leroy thought he (Ron) should ask for it. Ron said he snagged it at a thrift store. Ron was also trying to ascertain the type of wood and origin of the piece. Ron is a former Surfboard craftsman and is now in the swimming pool business. He is not a tikiphile and I'm certain he's gonna sell this piece. Btw, imho, the piece looks Balinese and appeared to be made of resin. I quickly left as I was broke having just bought one of Swanky's Mai Kai mystery bowls. Nice job Swank, it's a beautiful work of art.

That's Ron holding his "find in both pix.







 
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nui 'umi 'umi
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From: La Mirada Atoll
Posted: 2012-12-29 12:08 am   Permalink

Sitting around enjoying a "red nose zebra" (rum, lime and lemon juice; agave nectar, and strawberry puree ) and my wife's company and she suddenly remembered a gift that was hiding behind our tree-she'd forgotten to give me on Christmas morning.
It was a Bosko mug (limited run of 30) and I was stoked to get it. thanks to my wife and thanks to Bosko and his unbelievable talents.
Cheers






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hang10tiki
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From: Las Vegas
Posted: 2012-12-30 8:16 pm   Permalink

No date on this one,
but the drinks are a bit more expensive than the ones in the brown menu
I saw listed in the AKU-AKU post under GENERAL TIKI.
I didn't see anything for the Las Vegas AKU-AKU under location tiki.






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hala_kahiki
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Joined: Nov 07, 2006
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From: Parkland, FL
Posted: 2013-01-02 8:17 pm   Permalink

Found this one yesterday, nothing amazing but I've never seen one of these in the wild and I didn't have one yet, so Im pretty stoked about him!


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MaukaHale
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Joined: May 07, 2012
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From: The base of the Volcano
Posted: 2013-01-03 07:08 am   Permalink

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On 2013-01-02 20:17, hala_kahiki wrote:
Found this one yesterday, nothing amazing but I've never seen one of these in the wild and I didn't have one yet, so Im pretty stoked about him!


[ This Message was edited by: hala_kahiki 2013-01-02 20:17 ]



I have one of these in brown. It came with a drink at the Disney World Adventurers Club. I used to think it was unique to Disney until I found out that other bars used this same mug. Nice find!

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nui 'umi 'umi
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Posted: 2013-01-03 11:06 pm   Permalink

I picked a a pair of medium brown ones last year in Poughkeepsie marked "Jeckyll and Hyde Club, NYC". I also have one with no markings.
Congrat's Hala_K!


 
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ErichTroudt
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From: SoCal
Posted: 2013-01-04 12:16 pm   Permalink

really happy to get these.... bigger one is approx 13 1/2 inches tall and the shorter one is about 9 inches tall. These pics don't do them justice....




back side of smaller one..


 
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