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Last Call of Cthulhu Artist Proof

a.k.a. Cthulhu Mug

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Physical Characteristics
Material Ceramic
Shape handle
Dimensions 7" x 4.5"
(17.8cm x 11.4cm)
Capacity 32 fl. oz.
Optimal drink size 14.4 fl. oz. (plus ice)
Decorative Characteristics
Coloring Gray mainly
Imagery
Marking "Last Call of Cthulhu, Copyright 2011, Dave Cohen, Squidart.com. Squid" on bottom
StylizedRealistic
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In the Collection of:
Ben Rabang Santos
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235 mugs
Member since May 15, 2012
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Purchased from  eBay
Price paid  $122.50
Tags  Squid
Distinguishing 
Artist proof no.1! Ltd Edition H P Lovecraft Cthulhu Ceramic Tankard Stein by Dave Cohen aka Squid Cthulhu shall rise indeed…. FOR ANOTHER ROUND! "Last Call of Cthulhu" is a big 32 oz ale tankard that will be released in small run, limited, Designed, sculpted and made by Dave Cohen (aka Squid), Cthulhu is cast in durable stoneware, hand-glazed and fired in his studio in Washington state. Variations in hand glazing make each mug a truly unique piece of functional art. This Great Old One measures 6 7/8" tall with a 4.5" diameter base and 3.5" mouth. This artist proof is produced from the only test mold that was made prior to final production molds. Many details were changed and added in the production molds which make this test mold casting a true rarity.
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From Squid (Dave Cohen), a Manufacturer
Manufactured by Squid
Designed by Squid
Produced in 2012
Edition of ?
This large tankard depicts H.P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu (pronounced: "kuh-THOO-loo"). Cthulhu made his first official appearance in the short story "The Call of Cthulhu," written by Lovecraft in 1926, although no living character in the story ever sets eyes on the actual creature. The characters we meet in the story see Cthulhu either in dreams or in artwork. The narrator of the story says that a statue of Cthulhu resembled, in part, an octopus, a dragon and a human-like or anthropomorphic creature. This tankard shows an octopus head on the front with dragon/bat wings stretching out overhead. Made of stoneware. Artist proofs vary from regular runs in glaze color and other details.
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