||Large Tiki Fork and Spoon Collecting
Joined: Nov 12, 2002
From: Huntikington Beach
|Posted: 2013-07-07 10:48 am  Permalink|
On 2013-07-06 05:43, RevBambooBen wrote:
I kneed a tiki knife for a project. Anyone ?
Never mind. Gonna do something else. Mo' funnah!
Keep an eye out.
Tiki Bars I've designed/built. Hale Tiki, Kona Club, Forbidden Island, Kon Tiki Tucson,
Don the Beachcomber, Tiki No, Tong Lei Room, Frankie's Tiki Room, Pacific Seas, Longi
Joined: Mar 27, 2002
|Posted: 2014-03-14 12:05 pm  Permalink|
picked these up for $5..... about 12 inches long....
Joined: Jul 18, 2010
From: Las Vegas
|Posted: 2014-03-15 2:25 pm  Permalink|
|Sweet Daddy Tiki|
Joined: Jul 20, 2003
|Posted: 2015-05-26 10:40 pm  Permalink|
Just mounted a set in the dining room on either side of my Shag ("In Search of Tiki").
-Sweet Daddy T.
Because crap doesn't buy itself.
Joined: Jun 13, 2006
From: San Diego
|Posted: 2015-05-28 07:57 am  Permalink|
I often wondered why there was just a fork and spoon, and no knife. Then earlier this year I went to the Philippines where these come from and discovered why: Filipinos usually only use a fork and spoon when eating a meal. Watching them cut meat with a spoon is like watching an artist sculpt.
Joined: Nov 30, 2003
From: Kansas City, MO
|Posted: 2015-05-28 10:27 pm  Permalink|
OK, I better update my bucket list...
REMOVE: Travel to Phillipines to discover why they don't carve tiki knives to go with fork & spoon.
ADD: Convince the world that my Harvey's bucket mugs and T.V. coconut mugs are very rare, valuable and desireable so that I can sell them for lots of $$$ to pay for the other stuff on my bucket list.
I once was lost.....but now I'm found.....
Joined: Jun 29, 2010
From: Los Angaleeze
|Posted: 2015-06-01 10:36 pm  Permalink|
Funny thread so far. I like those huge witco utensils and Buzzy's collection is stuff I would keep but I do get all snobby when I see those forks and spoons at the thrift farm