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Maldeno Tiki Mug

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  • Elevate your Tiki Mixology Game


    CityDrinks is excited to introduce Tiki Farm's Maldeno Mug, designed by Ken Ruzic.


    Maldeno is a Papua New Guinea inspired mug with quite the unique profile! The glaze is a beautiful soft, tropical matte green with an earthen brown matte wash plus a waggling little tongue done-up in gloss red!


    Maldeno measures 7.75” in height and holds 22 oz.


    Tiki Farms products are collected worldwide and regarded as a premium ceramic stoneware grade drinkware.


    Tiki culture is an American-originated art, music, and entertainment movement inspired by Polynesian, Melanesian, and Micronesian cultures.


    Inspired by Oceanian art, influential cultures to Tiki culture include Australasia, Melanesia, Micronesia, Polynesia, the Caribbean Islands, and Hawaii. The name comes from Tiki, the Māori name for the first human, often represented in the form of hei-tiki, a pendant and important taonga.


    The hei-tiki was often appropriated by Europeans as a commercialised good luck charm, hence the name of Tiki culture.

  • Producer

    Tiki Farm

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135.00 AED

Maldeno Tiki Mug
Maldeno Tiki Mug
Maldeno Tiki Mug

Maldeno Tiki Mug

No rating
1x

135.00 AED

Elevate your Tiki Mixology Game


CityDrinks is excited to introduce Tiki Farm's Maldeno Mug, designed by Ken Ruzic.


Maldeno is a Papua New Guinea inspired mug with quite the unique profile! The glaze is a beautiful soft, tropical matte green with an earthen brown matte wash plus a waggling little tongue done-up in gloss red!


Maldeno measures 7.75” in height and holds 22 oz.


Tiki Farms products are collected worldwide and regarded as a premium ceramic stoneware grade drinkware.


Tiki culture is an American-originated art, music, and entertainment movement inspired by Polynesian, Melanesian, and Micronesian cultures.


Inspired by Oceanian art, influential cultures to Tiki culture include Australasia, Melanesia, Micronesia, Polynesia, the Caribbean Islands, and Hawaii. The name comes from Tiki, the Māori name for the first human, often represented in the form of hei-tiki, a pendant and important taonga.


The hei-tiki was often appropriated by Europeans as a commercialised good luck charm, hence the name of Tiki culture.

  • Material

    Ceramic Stoneware

  • Capacity

    22 oz

  • Height

    19.68 cm

  • Artist

    Ken Ruzic

  • Producer

    Tiki Farm

  • Country

    USA

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