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Ragbag Comics
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Posted: 2013-09-04 10:28 pm   Permalink

Posted this over in the "What the hell is this...?" thread, but figured I'd re-post here for more opinions and eyeballs on where these things might've come from...

Picked up this set of HUGE hanging bamboo basket lamps over the weekend.

They came from a couple in Indianapolis who got them at an estate sale somewhere close by, in the Midwest (though they couldn't recall where it was), and said there was a ton of other similar lighting in large tubs (and that this was some time ago.)

These are **BIG**... each lamp hangs like a pendulum, at over 5ft long.



They were clearly hardwired, once upon a time, into some VERY high ceilings.

They're definitely old, based on the patina of the wood, and the condition of the wall mounts and the switches on them.

They almost look like fish trap lights (but are mounted the wrong way) and they kinda look like snow shoes, so I wonder if they were in a lodge or something?

But they're made of bamboo, which screams tiki to me...

Anybody ever seen anything like these?



You can get a sense of the scale in this photo- those are the bamboo circular club chairs we have in our living room in the background (and these puppies are laying right next to 'em...)

Experts... please expert-ify...

--Pete
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Tipsy McStagger
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Posted: 2013-09-05 05:16 am   Permalink

Quote:

On 2013-09-04 22:28, Ragbag Comics wrote:
Posted this over in the "What the hell is this...?" thread, but figured I'd re-post here for more opinions and eyeballs on where these things might've come from...

Picked up this set of HUGE hanging bamboo basket lamps over the weekend.

They came from a couple in Indianapolis who got them at an estate sale somewhere close by, in the Midwest (though they couldn't recall where it was), and said there was a ton of other similar lighting in large tubs (and that this was some time ago.)

These are **BIG**... each lamp hangs like a pendulum, at over 5ft long.



They were clearly hardwired, once upon a time, into some VERY high ceilings.

They're definitely old, based on the patina of the wood, and the condition of the wall mounts and the switches on them.

They almost look like fish trap lights (but are mounted the wrong way) and they kinda look like snow shoes, so I wonder if they were in a lodge or something?

But they're made of bamboo, which screams tiki to me...

Anybody ever seen anything like these?



You can get a sense of the scale in this photo- those are the bamboo circular club chairs we have in our living room in the background (and these puppies are laying right next to 'em...)

Experts... please expert-ify...

--Pete







i think those are snow shoe lamps. definately not tiki but i may have to take one off your hands.....

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tikiskip
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Posted: 2013-09-05 07:29 am   Permalink

I would guess that they are rattan not bamboo.
They look tiki to me, and I think I have a photo
of those lights or some like them, as I wanted to make them.
If they are too big for your space you could cut them in half and make
up light wall sconces, or even pendant type lights.
Doing this would give you eight lights.
It should be easy to put lights in them.

Very cool lights!
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Trader Tom
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From: Hillsboro, OR
Posted: 2013-09-06 11:18 pm   Permalink

My Goodwill finds for the day:



This Kava Kava man is ceramic, unmarked, and about a foot tall.

I also got a Martin Denny album I didn't have...Hawaii Tattoo (with the girl eating the grapes).

Lastly, I picked up a Trader Vic's mai tai glass, but as I was washing it, the white tapa pattern began dissolving and all I was using was water and dishwashing soap with a sponge. Weird. I've never seen that happen before and I have a LOT of imprinted glassware. The glass was pretty much spoiled at the point, so I tossed it, but I still think I came out ahead today with only $8 spent and the other two items were in perfect shape.


 
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nui 'umi 'umi
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From: La Mirada Atoll
Posted: 2013-09-07 12:14 am   Permalink

Quote:

On 2013-09-06 23:18, Trader Tom wrote:
This Kava Kava man is ceramic, unmarked, and about a foot tall
Lastly, I picked up a Trader Vic's mai tai glass, but as I was washing it, the white tapa pattern began dissolving and all I was using was water and dishwashing soap with a sponge. Weird. I've never seen that happen before and I have a LOT of imprinted glassware. The glass was pretty much spoiled at the point, so I tossed it, but I still think I came out ahead today with only $8 spent and the other two items were in perfect shape.


Like that Kava Kava Tom.
I bought a set of those Mai tai glasses and I had to stop using em cuz the print was slowly coming off. I thought maybe I needed to lighten up on the rum. Too bad, so sad!
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Tipsy McStagger
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Posted: 2013-09-08 4:55 pm   Permalink

pair of tiki shot glasses from the waikiki, pair of paul marshall stacking mugs and a carved replica maori war canoe - probably will be used to display tiki shot glasses in.












 
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Ragbag Comics
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From: Chicago
Posted: 2013-09-08 7:09 pm   Permalink

Mr. Tipsy: I definitely thought they looked a bit northwoods myself... I was thinking maybe they knocked down an old Indian lodge or something (there is a super cool one in Rock Island that dates to the 1920's with antler chandeliers and the whole bit.)

But... they ARE indeed made of bamboo, no matter how much they look like snowshoes!

Skip: Where did you see similar fixtures before? We're thinking we'll turn 'em on their side and light 'em up in a similar fashion to the classic fish trap lights... we DO have some old school tapa cloth patterned fabric we'll employ in one way or another. There's a ton of flexibility with these things, so I'm sure we'll figure out something to make 'em work.

Dave- you'll have ta give us yer opinion on how to make 'em work for my "plan" in person... the pictures really didn't give me a proper idea of the construction on these things... maybe Sun after Fong Fest for Pisco hangover drinks? I'll holler in a bit...

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tikiskip
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Posted: 2013-09-09 1:45 pm   Permalink

"Skip: Where did you see similar fixtures before? We're thinking we'll turn 'em on their side and light 'em up in a similar fashion to the classic fish trap lights... we DO have some old school tapa cloth patterned fabric we'll employ in one way or another. There's a ton of flexibility with these things, so I'm sure we'll figure out something to make 'em work."

I think it was eBay.
And if it's hollow inside it's bamboo, if it's solid it's rattan.
Bamboo does not really bend like what you show there, but I could be wrong.




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gabbahey
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From: Denver, CO
Posted: 2013-09-09 10:57 pm   Permalink

This has been a great week for collecting.

I'll start with my favorite. My first thought was that this was some sort of hobbyist Moai/Mainlander thing.

But I noticed the glaze was nice and also crazed. Weird handle.

And wait,


I am pretty stunned. It appears to me to be from the Tiki Lounge at the Heart O' Denver Motel. Anyone want to weigh in? It is professionally made and I would hazard a guess that it was made in the USA. It feels and looks more like those 1960's ashtrays I always find (marked "Calif." or "Made in USA") than an OMC or Orchids mug.

Denver Tiki Lounge:
http://www.tikiroom.com/tikicentral/bb/viewtopic.php?topic=16936&forum=2&hilite=denver%20tiki%20lounge

The same store had this Tiki Bob's Peanut and generic barrel. Havana Club glass was from elsewhere.


Oh, and whatever this thing is:


Sorry for the in situ picture - it was what I sent my wife to ask if it could gain entry into our house. It is set to hang horizontally.

This was all found the same day I visited the now defunct Castaways in Manitou Springs to pick up some things. From there:



I couldn't afford the fish trap lamp but I did get two nice Bamboo/Tapa dividers. They were handmade by the owners' wife with Tapa from a Hawaiian vacation.


More on Castaways
http://www.tikiroom.com/tikicentral/bb/viewtopic.php?topic=41800&forum=2&hilite=castaways

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tikiskip
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Posted: 2013-09-10 08:09 am   Permalink

"I couldn't afford the fish trap lamp"

Too bad, it is an awesome light.
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gabbahey
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Posted: 2013-09-10 10:39 am   Permalink

Yeah, it is!

 
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Big Kahuna
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Posted: 2013-09-10 10:41 am   Permalink

What you did get is awesome. Congrats!

 
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Trader Tom
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Posted: 2013-09-10 3:34 pm   Permalink

[quote]
On 2013-09-09 22:57, gabbahey wrote:
My first thought was that this was some sort of hobbyist Moai/Mainlander thing.

It appears to me to be from the Tiki Lounge at the Heart O' Denver Motel. Anyone want to weigh in? It is professionally made and I would hazard a guess that it was made in the USA. It feels and looks more like those 1960's ashtrays I always find (marked "Calif." or "Made in USA") than an OMC or Orchids mug.
[end quote]

Looks like a variant of the Hobbyist Strikow Decanter Mug. They might have had a ceramicist use the hobbyist mold for the Tiki Lounge at the Heart O' Denver Motel.

http://www.ooga-mooga.com/cgi-bin/all/mug.cgi?mode=view&mug_id=4675

Nice mug!


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bigbrotiki
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From: Tiki Island, above the Silverlake
Posted: 2013-09-10 9:25 pm   Permalink

Nice finds! I doubt the Tiki Lounge Denver mug is from the recent Boyd Rice incarnation, it must be a home-made, for the original location.



I have seen cut-off Strickow decanters like that before, but never with that unusual handle and glaze:


http://www.tikiroom.com/tikicentral/bb/viewtopic.php?topic=8013&forum=5

The Strickow bottle style has always been a fave of mine, here's some more material on it:

http://www.tikiroom.com/tikicentral/bb/viewtopic.php?topic=27882&forum=5

http://www.tikiroom.com/tikicentral/bb/viewtopic.php?topic=41264&forum=2

This piece....



...looks like a cool mod Witco copy to me, possibly by "The Woodcarver":

http://www.tikiroom.com/tikicentral/bb/viewtopic.php?topic=27024&forum=5&vpost=357229

http://www.tikiroom.com/tikicentral/bb/viewtopic.php?topic=20416&forum=5&vpost=405636





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gabbahey
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Posted: 2013-09-11 11:01 am   Permalink

Thanks for the help identifying the mug Trader Tom and Bigbro. I'll post some better pictures of the Witco-esque wall hanging in the Witco thread and check the back again for markings.

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