TIKI TALK – An Upcoming Webinar to Teach You All Things Tiki

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Tiki culture in the United States began in the 1930s with the opening of Polynesian themed bars and restaurants such as Don the Beachcomber and Trader Vics. It gained popularity in the mid century and is still going strong today.
Collectors are serious and they know what they want and need for their collections and will pay for it. 🙂

Do you know a lot about Tiki culture? Can you identify what qualifies as Tiki and what doesn’t? Do you know what to look for at thrift stores or yard sales that is worth flipping on Ebay or Etsy? Do you know what the holy grails of Tiki mugs are? Or which ones are worth nothing?

Well, Jason T. Smith (formerly of the Spike show Thrift Hunters) does. As you can see from the picture below, he is a Tiki Collector Extraordinaire.
And he is having a webinar next week to share what he knows!

Click here to sign up for TIKI TALK – The Ultimate TIKI Master Class! This class is very reasonably priced for the amount of knowledge you’ll receive.
Let’s let Jason T. Smith explain for himself what he will be covering…it is extensive!

Did you see the EIGHT different categories he’ll be covering? So much information. You won’t want to miss it!
Again, you can sign up here!

2 thoughts on “TIKI TALK – An Upcoming Webinar to Teach You All Things Tiki”

  1. hmmmm in the bottom pic the huge fork and spoon…I found those at a yard sale this past weekend and left them (in fact hubby took at crack at me needing that size LOL). Hope they aren’t worth a fortune!

    1. I took a quick look on Ebay solds and looks like prices are all over. The bigger the better, it seems. It’s probably one of those things that WILL sell because tiki collectors want at least one set…but you probably didn’t miss out on a huge fortune, lol

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