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BeezleBug Solomon Island Canoe Prow Mug

a.k.a. Beezlebug's Nguzunguzu (noozoo-noozoo) Mug

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Physical Characteristics
Material Ceramic
Shape
Dimensions 6" x ?"
(15.2cm x ?cm)
Capacity 24 fl. oz.
Optimal drink size 10.8 fl. oz. (plus ice)
Decorative Characteristics
Coloring Brown mainly
Imagery Kane or Man
Marking
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Distinguishing 
Solomon Tiki Mug by BeezleBug. Description from BeezleBug's etsy.com page: "Based on a canoe prow ornament created in the Solomon Islands. Features a man holding a bird. Created by Lee Lanier in 2010. This is a limited edition mug - only 6 of these will ever be made and only 4 will be sold to the public. "This "Solomon" mug is approximately 6 inches tall and holds a whopping 24 ounces. "The body is glazed weathered black over dark brown with a small, hand-painted "Z" pattern added to raised lines. The weathering reveals tiny tool marks intentionally added during the process. The interior is glazed black. "Iridescent glass stones serve as eyes and are epoxied to the ceramic. "The mug was slip-cast in a single piece and required a 19-section plaster mold."
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Designed by BeezleBug
Produced in 2010
Edition of 6
Based on a canoe prow ornament created in the Solomon Islands. Features a man holding a bird. This is a limited edition mug - only 6 made and only 4 sold to the public. The body is glazed weathered black over dark brown with a small, hand-painted "Z" pattern added to raised lines. The weathering reveals tiny tool marks intentionally added during the process. The interior is glazed black. Iridescent glass stones serve as eyes and are epoxied to the ceramic. The mug was slip-cast in a single piece and required a 19-section plaster mold.
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