Chiki Tiki Salt and Pepper Shaker

Chiki Tiki Salt and Pepper Shakers

The glossy Tiki is a pepper shaker while the other is the salt shaker. On the bottom of both is printed in ink “Chiki Tiki” and “© agiftcorp”. There were four styles of salt and pepper shakers, this being the “Smile” style with the others being “Drunken”, “Easter Isle”, and “Rasta”.

Found in the Chiki Tiki, Polynesian Pop, Salt and Pepper Shakers, and Tiki Collections.

Easter Islander Salt and Pepper Shakers

Easter Islander Salt and Pepper Shakers

These shakers, approximately 4 inches tall and depicting smiling Moai, have no markings to indicate who the manufacturer was.

Salt and pepper shakers similar to these can be found on page 115 of Tiki Quest - Collecting the Exotic Past by Duke Carter.

Found in the Polynesian Pop, Salt and Pepper Shakers, and Tiki Collections.

G F Tiki Salt and Pepper Shakers

Tiki Salt and Pepper Shakers

On the back of these salt and pepper shakers is written “Florida” while on the bottom is a red and gold decal with the letters “G F” and the word “Japan”.

Salt and pepper shakers similar to these can be found on page 117 of Tiki Quest - Collecting the Exotic Past by Duke Carter.

Found in the Polynesian Pop, Salt and Pepper Shakers, and Tiki Collections.

KC Co Ltd Tiki Salt and Pepper Shakers

KC Co Ltd Tiki Salt and Pepper Shakers

This set of Tiki salt and pepper shakers was produced by KC Co Ltd. Inscribed on the bottom is “©KC Co Ltd Hawaii”.

Found in the KC Co Ltd, Polynesian Pop, Salt and Pepper Shakers, and Tiki Collections.

Steve Crane Kon-Tiki Salt and Pepper Shakers

Steve Crane Kon-Tiki Salt and Pepper Shakers

On the bottom of the shakers, it reads “Design by S Crane” and “Japan”. On the back of each is “Kon-Tiki”.

Salt and pepper shakers similar to this can be found on page 116 of Tiki Quest - Collecting the Exotic Past by Duke Carter.

Found in the Labeled, Polynesian Pop, Salt and Pepper Shakers, Steve Crane, and Tiki Collections.

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