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Tane Post Vase


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Material Ceramic
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Coloring Green mainly
Imagery Tiki
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kingstiedye
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1237 mugs
Member since Oct 9, 2005
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"Tane Post Vase A richly detailed tall four-sided vase. The mould for this was taken off a Fifties NZ souvenir candle found in a Christchurch junk shop. The candle is thought to have been inspired by carved Tane posts at the old National Museum in Wellington. New Zealand Made- Studio Ceramics" a gift from travelingjones. mahalo jonesEy!
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This tall green vase has four sides which are all richly detailed with tikis from the National Museum in Wellington, New Zealand. The mold was made from a candle from the 1950's.
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Tikinomad
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409 mugs
Member since Aug 6, 2006
2008-05-14 20:34:01

Very cool!
Hiphipahula
Inactive account
2008-04-01 01:07:12

A truly great find Bullet. Bravo To Jonesney too!
LOL Tiki
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255 mugs
Member since Sep 6, 2007
2008-03-31 20:34:20

WOW! What a beautiful, awesome piece! I must find one.
Paipo
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88 mugs
Member since Jul 29, 2006
2008-03-31 18:19:52

It's actually sold as a vase but would work fine as a mug. It's cast from a vintage souvenir candle that was based on a famous museum piece. Thought I'd see one of these on OM soon ;)
Trader Tom
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605 mugs
Member since Jan 26, 2006
2008-03-31 16:56:10

Wow! That's really intricate. At first I thought it was a new Ken Ruzic mug. Cool!

 


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