MAKE ME A REASONABLE OFFER,
This is the story from another previous owner of an identical Kenny prototype lamp:
"The Kenny has an interesting background. In 1995 I was the GM for ICON Ceramics which was the largest manufacturer of ceramic bong bases in the world. In 1996, we got a contract to produce 10,000 lava lamp bases for world. In 1996, we got a contract to produce 10,000 lava lamp bases for Haggerty enterprises. We retooled our molds to produce our pieces in a way that would accomodate the lava lamps. There were jesters and clowns and a few other pieces. In 1997, Haggerty gave us the contract to produce SouthPark characters. The one I have is a prototype that never went to Haggerty.
Scott Johnson was the artist that sculpted all of ICONS pieces. He is the son of the late Snellen Johnson who was a famous bronze artist here in the southwest. There were only about 6 or 7 of the one that I have that were even poured (with the stitches and bullet holes). I called the guys that I worked with at the time and we think that these are the only two left. I haven't talked to Scott but if there is another any more besides this left, he would have it. I've asked the other guys I worked with if they have any more of the bases or the molds and I'm waiting to hear back from them. If I come across any more bases I will let you know. Thanks for the feedback and have a great day."
There are two versions of the Kenny prototype lamp. The type with the stitches and bullet holes can not hold a globe
The piece is currently being utilized as a marijuana bong with 6 tubes but I can remove the hardware upon request.the piece is in great condition
How does $50 sound?
sounds like your halfway there
sounds like not quite enough
can you be quiet
so how many of these bongs did they make and any idea of value of the bong head kenny