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Territorial Tavern Sweet Okole Bamboo Mug

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Physical Characteristics
Material Ceramic
Shape Hiball
Dimensions 7" x 2.25"
(17.8cm x 5.7cm)
Capacity ? fl. oz.
Optimal drink size ? fl. oz.
Decorative Characteristics
Coloring Yellow mainly
Imagery Bamboo, Wahine or Woman
Marking Marked "Sweet Okole" with a graphic of a woman's bare butt on front and "Territorial Tavern 701 Bishop St." on back. Marked "Hawaii" with double P on bottom.
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From Territorial Tavern, Honolulu, HI, a Tiki Location
Manufactured by Polynesian Pottery
Designed by ?
Produced circa ?-1972
Edition of ?
This yellow bamboo-shaped mug was manufactured for the Territorial Tavern in Honolulu. It is marked "Sweet Okole" on the front and "Territorial Tavern" on the back and has the double P for Polynesian Pottery on the bottom. "Okole" is a word used by locals to mean "butt" and the mug has a graphic of a woman's butt inside the "O" of "okole" to make this clear. In the 60's & 70's, Territorial Tavern was home to some of Hawaii's great entertainers, such as Booga Booga, the Beamer Brothers, Country Comfort, Anuenue, and Sunday Manoa. The Beamer Brothers (Keola Beamer and Kapono Beamer) had a well-known song called "Sweet Okole" which probably inspired this mug.
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