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Mr. NoNaMe
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Posted: 2013-08-04 12:31 pm   Permalink

Small kava bowl found at the swap meet.

And a Strikow Kahl˙a bottle from an estate sale.

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Cheese Pirate
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From: Norway
Posted: 2013-08-04 2:46 pm   Permalink

It's almost impossible to find anything even remotely Tiki related where I live, but here are a few treasures I've managed to dig up locally:


Norwegian made mid century ashtray from Stavangerflint.


Painted "Hattie Leaf" from Pitcairn. This came without a frame - the guy in the shop didn't even want any money for it, so I got it for free.


Souvenir wooden sword things from Fiji, 1973.


Old Kon-Tiki raft model (and a couple mugs from ebay).
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uncle trav
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From: Kalamazoo
Posted: 2013-08-04 4:46 pm   Permalink

Picked up this rare early Trader Vic's Fogcutter mug yesterday in the remote wilds of Mi. Couldn't pass it up for the four dollar price tag.







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komohana
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From: western australia
Posted: 2013-08-04 7:22 pm   Permalink

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Painted "Hattie Leaf" from Pitcairn. This came without a frame - the guy in the shop didn't even want any money for it, so I got it for free.



I would think there's a high probability that Dobrey Christian of Pitcairn Island was descended from Fletcher Christian,
famous for his part in the mutiny on the Bounty.
Of possible interest, is that the descendants were eventually relocated and live now on Norfolk Island, an Australian territory.
It may also interest some that William Bligh later became Governor of the fledgling Australian colony for a time and the vague Tiki
connection is that he became entangled in what was known as the "Rum Rebellion".
Anna Bligh, a descendent of William, was recently Premier of the state of Queensland.
The story of the Bounty has many ties to Australia and your painting is fascinating, nice find.








 
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Sweet Daddy Tiki
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From: Edmonton
Posted: 2013-08-04 8:23 pm   Permalink

Quote:

On 2013-08-04 14:46, Cheese Pirate wrote:






I love this ashtray the the Kon Tiki focus of your collection.
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Sweet Daddy Tiki
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From: Edmonton
Posted: 2013-08-04 9:21 pm   Permalink



A friend gave me three of these paper coasters. She got them from her spouse who is helping the owners of the Hub Hotel with an estate/junk sale. The hotel still exists on Jasper Avenue (I think it has a different name now). Could this be a hitherto undocumented Tiki palace? Exciting to contemplate, but I doubted it since the Hub has always been a little divey. I got my friend to email the owner (who lives in Calgary) for more details, and this is what the owner told her:

"The Hub Hotel did not have a Tiki room - the ladies and escorts section had photos on glass with lights behind them of grandparent trips to Hawaii."

Oh well.

(For those not old enough to remember the bad old days - up until the late 60s in Alberta, women weren't allowed in beer parlors in cities, but many establishments had separate lounges where men & women ("ladies and escorts") were allowed to drink together.)




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Cheese Pirate
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From: Norway
Posted: 2013-08-05 12:56 am   Permalink

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I would think there's a high probability that Dobrey Christian of Pitcairn Island was descended from Fletcher Christian,
famous for his part in the mutiny on the Bounty.
Of possible interest, is that the descendants were eventually relocated and live now on Norfolk Island, an Australian territory.
It may also interest some that William Bligh later became Governor of the fledgling Australian colony for a time and the vague Tiki
connection is that he became entangled in what was known as the "Rum Rebellion".
Anna Bligh, a descendent of William, was recently Premier of the state of Queensland.
The story of the Bounty has many ties to Australia and your painting is fascinating, nice find.



About the relocation to Norfolk Island, that is partly correct, though within 5 years of the relocation 44 people had moved back to Pitcairn and roughly 50 people still live there today. Dobrey Christian served on the Pitcairn island council in 1979 and 1980.


Dobrey Christian

Dobrey was born Verna Carlean Deborah Young, but Fletcher Christian is her great-great-great-great-grandfather. Fletcher had a son named Thursday October Christian, who had a son named Thursday October Christian II, who had a daughter named Agnes Christian. She married Samuel Russel Warren, a whaler from Rhode Island, and they had a daughter named Catherine Edith Warren. She married David Andrew Stanley Young and they had a son named Andrew Clarence David Young. Andrew Young operated the first wireless set on Pitcairn in 1921 and in 1938 became the first Radio Amateur operating on the island. He was Dobrey's father.


Thursday October Christian II (Dobrey's great-great-grandfather and Fletcher Christian's grandson)


Andrew Young (Dobrey's father)



The painted "Hattie leaves" from Pitcairn are named after
Hattie Andre who among other things taught the Pitcairn islanders dry leaf painting.

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komohana
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From: western australia
Posted: 2013-08-05 01:50 am   Permalink

Lucky you didn't mention all that to the bloke at the shop,
he might've charged you an arm and a leg for it.



 
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komohana
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From: western australia
Posted: 2013-08-05 02:31 am   Permalink


Hunting has been good here lately.

I've had Mia pose in the first photo to show scale.




The bloke I bought it off had absolutely no information about it, other than buying
it at an antiques auction. He and his wife are moving to Spain and sold it to me for
a ridiculously cheap price. If you happen to read this Jet, thanks a million.

The PNG drum was advertised alone with a smaller one, but when I got to the womans' house
there was a small pile of other PNG stuff with it and she practically gave me the whole lot for
about the price of a cheap bottle of rum.



No information on the Maori paddle either, as the bloke was at work and his wife knew less about it than I did.



These nine glass floats came to me from a woman who'd lived in PNG while her husband was
stationed there with the Royal Australian Navy. She had personally collected these floats
off various beaches there during the 1970s. An adorable old bird, a little rough around the
edges and completely down to earth, exactly how you'd expect an old school navy wife to be.



This club was given to me by an uncle who'd found it on the rubbish tip of a coastal town north of Perth.
It had a crude half lap joint about 18 inches from the end of the haft. Not sure whether this was to render
the weapon useless, to shorten it or to repair a damaged section but either way I took it apart, cleaned up
the joint and glued it back together with epoxy. It was originally painted black and although it looked good
in it's natural timber, I've again painted it to completely hide the joint.























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hottiki
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Joined: Jul 10, 2008
Posts: 301
From: Garden Grove CA
Posted: 2013-08-05 10:31 pm   Permalink

Congrats Komohana on some really crazy good luck that has come your way !!!!!

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Cheese Pirate
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From: Norway
Posted: 2013-08-06 12:32 am   Permalink

Komohana, those are some lovely finds, congratulations!

 
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komohana
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From: western australia
Posted: 2013-08-06 07:28 am   Permalink

Here are a couple of things that were included with the PNG drum.

Ceremonial spear, approx. 5'3" / 1.6m long.





And a small slit drum, really has a sweet note.



There was also a bow with a handful of arrows and seven masks, some of which
I've already installed in my home bar build.





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nui 'umi 'umi
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Joined: Feb 21, 2011
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From: La Mirada Atoll
Posted: 2013-08-06 09:14 am   Permalink

Wow Komohana! Very nice indeed,Congrats

 
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nui 'umi 'umi
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From: La Mirada Atoll
Posted: 2013-08-07 7:11 pm   Permalink

My best find in Palm Springs today was a framed postcard of Gene's Hawaiian Village. DC has provided info on Gene's on another thread. Also picked up a nice framed poster of Western Airlines /Palm Springs, a small box of "Flying Dutchman Rum measurers,sic" and finally a nice book on African Sculpture. This book has a lot of great pix that will help me differentiate between tiki and other primitive art when trying to decide to buy or not buy when out on the hunt. The last pic is of the sun partially obscured by smoke from the "Silver" fire in nearby Banning taken about a half hour ago.







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Limbo Lizard
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Joined: Aug 24, 2006
Posts: 701
From: Aboard the 'Leaky Tiki', Dallas
Posted: 2013-08-08 5:06 pm   Permalink

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Painted "Hattie Leaf" from Pitcairn. This came without a frame - the guy in the shop didn't even want any money for it, so I got it for free.



Adding to Cheese Pirate's information about Verna Carlene Deborah "Dobrey" Young (descendent of mutineer Ned Young). She married Ivan Roa Christian, and they had two children, Steve and Brenda. Steve Christian (b. 1951) became an influential local politician, based on respect for his lineage. He was involved in the
big rape scandal on Pitcairn, that you may have seen on the news. He was mayor of Pitcairn from 1999 until 2004, when he was removed from office following his conviction in the trial of seven defendents.
Dobrey Christian, if she's still living, is 88.

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