Tiki Whale Tiki Mug, designed Sheryl Schroeder and sculpted by THOR - Ready to Ship!
Tiki Whale Tiki Mug
A note from the designer, Sheryl Schroeder, about this mug:
“I've been painting my signature whale pieces on wood for several years now. I grew up on the beach and always have loved all ocean life, so sea animals have always been present and prominent in my art. I spent a lot of time in Hawaii over the years, and had been painting the Hawaiian fabric style onto my fish and sea creatures for a long time, then I made a whale and the rest was history. It became my best seller and my most beloved thing to make. When Anne and Joel approached me about making the whale into a mug I was blown away. I couldn't be happier with the final product, it's as if my wooden hand painted whales had sprung into perfect 3-D. They sprinkled magic dust and have brought my whale to life! I hope you love it as much as I do."
About this Tiki Mug:
This mug looks as if it had been carved out of wood, with a multi-tone brown glaze, and the intricate 'Hawaiian fabric style' design is highlighted with a beautiful blue-green color glaze. These beautiful glazes, along with the carved look of the sculpt, really present differently depending on the lighting. Please make sure to look at all the photos - these are all the same mug photographed at different angles and lighting.
Ready to Ship!
This mug holds about 38oz to the rim (varies slightly mug to mug), is about 13 inches long, and has a nice solid weight of about 2.8 lbs.
This is a collaboration between TikiLand Trading Co. and Sheryl Schroeder.
Designed by TikiLand Trading Co. in sunny Southern California. IMPORTED.
NOTE ABOUT IMPORT PRODUCTION: These mugs are being produced with one of our new production partners that was not involved with any of our new releases/announcements prior to August 2021. All mugs will have passed through multiple rounds of quality control before being shipped out.
These are ceramic mugs intended for use with cold beverages.
Each mug is hand made. Each mug is hand cast, hand cleaned up seam lines, then individually hand glazed! As a result, each mug will be unique and have small variations in glaze, color, cleanup, etc.