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Spurlin Island Chief

a.k.a. Spurlin Husband Killer, Los Angeles Islander Island Chief, Los Angeles Islander Husband Killer

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Physical Characteristics
Material Ceramic
Shape Tiki
Dimensions 8.75" x 3.25"
(22.2cm x 8.3cm)
Capacity 16 fl. oz.
Optimal drink size 7.2 fl. oz. (plus ice)
Decorative Characteristics
Coloring Brown mainly
Imagery Tiki
Marking "Islander" engraved on bottom.
In the Collection of:
Cool Manchu
83 mugs
Member since Oct 18, 2005
Purchased from  Swap Meet/Flea Market
Price paid  $5.00
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This mug is on 13 Wish Lists:
virani, Trader Tom, Tikiwagon, LOL Tiki, beachbumz, ukutiki, TikiTacky, mondo-by-the-bay, KavikaTiki, bamboozled, TikAndDestroy, TexasTiki2712, RyanPartridge
From The Islander, Los Angeles, CA, a Tiki Location
Manufactured by Spurlin Ceramics
Designed by Stella Bodey
Produced circa 1961-1971
Edition of ?
This is a large mug shaped like a Tiki with a pointed head. It was used at the Los Angeles Islander to serve one drink called the "Husband Killer." The glaze is a muddy brown with yellow highlights that was used on several Spurlin pieces and is quite unique.
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