LostIslandTraders

Lost Island Traders

California, United States · 65 Sales

LostIslandTraders

Lost Island Traders

California, United States 65 Sales On Etsy since 2012

4.5 out of 5 stars
(11)

Announcement   From the salty wreckage of shipwreck shoals to the rocky shores of hidden atolls, I bid you Welcome to Lost Island!

Many things come ashore on Lost Island. Watch for large Tiki carvings, Shrunken heads, Mug/Tiki shelves, Shark tooth weapons, Custom Tiki signs, Island crafts and more.

If you are looking for something specific and don't see it, or just have an idea for something, don't hesitate to ask. If I can't create it myself, I may be able to help you locate it!

Thank You for stopping by The Island!


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Announcement
Last updated on Mar 24, 2016

From the salty wreckage of shipwreck shoals to the rocky shores of hidden atolls, I bid you Welcome to Lost Island!

Many things come ashore on Lost Island. Watch for large Tiki carvings, Shrunken heads, Mug/Tiki shelves, Shark tooth weapons, Custom Tiki signs, Island crafts and more.

If you are looking for something specific and don't see it, or just have an idea for something, don't hesitate to ask. If I can't create it myself, I may be able to help you locate it!

Thank You for stopping by The Island!


www.facebook.com/LostIslandTraders

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Lost Island Traders

Life-Size Aged Headhunter Skull
US$39.95
Wood Fiji Tropical Tiki Bar Lounge Sign
US$15.95
Wood Tonga Tropical Tiki Bar Lounge Sign
US$15.95
Wood Tahiti Tropical Tiki Bar Lounge Sign
US$15.95
Life-Size Aged Pirate Skull
US$44.95
Life-Size Aged Headhunter Skull With Lower Jaw
US$44.95

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Average item review
4.5 out of 5 stars
(11)
Mike Snipes

Mike Snipes on Dec 22, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

Exactly as described, this is my 2nd purchase from this seller and I will be buying again in the future.

Susan Hicks

Susan Hicks on Sep 12, 2015

3 out of 5 stars

The idea is great, but the holes cut are jagged and not sanded.

Lost Island

Lost Island responded on Sep 12, 2015

The nasal hole is intentionally left unsanded in contrast to the eye holes which are sanded extensively. This is done to simulate the fact that the eyes on a real skull are smooth while the nasal cavity is not.

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From the salty wreckage of shipwreck shoals to the rocky shores of hidden atolls, I bid you Welcome to Lost Island!

Treacherous currents & coastal reefs had kept this island a secret. A secret that would have stood the test of time had it not been accidentally discovered by notable archaeologist Dr. Jack Carothers. He was travelling on a chartered steam ship searching for island tribes in the south pacific when they happened upon it in a fog bank.

The Island was wild to be sure, and the natives wasted no time in asserting their dominion over all on the Island. However, despite occasional attacks from native tribes and the disappearance of Dr. Carothers, an outpost was established. The outpost was established as both a base to launch searches for the Dr. as well as to support further expeditions into the island's interior. As a result, it almost immediately became a hub for local trade.

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