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Bou'Hua in Scrimshaw Glaze

a.k.a. Weeping Tiki Mug, Crying Tiki Mug

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Physical Characteristics
Material Ceramic
Shape Tiki
Dimensions ?" x ?"
(?cm x ?cm)
Capacity ? fl. oz.
Optimal drink size ? fl. oz.
Decorative Characteristics
Coloring White mainly
Imagery Tiki
Marking
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Tiki Quest Candle version on page 161 at top.
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153 mugs
Member since Aug 12, 2008
Number 1 of 2
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Tags  British Tiki
Distinguishing  One of only two mugs produced in this Scrimshaw glaze
Trader Jim's "Bou'Hua" mug in Scrimshaw glaze. From: Trader Jim - Pocket Tiki Manufactured by: Trader Jim Designed by: Duncans Produced from: 2009 Edition of: 1 of 2 Created from a rare Duncans mold this tiki is normally produced as a candle commonly known as the "Weeping Tiki"
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From Trader Jim, a Manufacturer
Manufactured by ?
Designed by ?
Produced in 2009
Edition of 2
This "Bou'Hua" mug was manufactured by Trader Jim from an early design by Duncan Molds. It was first produced by Duncan Molds as a candle and commonly known as the "Weeping Tiki" or "Crying Tiki" because it would drip "tears" of a different color of wax from the rest of the candle. Scrimshaw glaze of white with a brown wash to pick out sculpt details.
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