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Victor Jules “Trader Vic” Bergeron Polynesian Style Candelabra

Roll over for video transcript Victor Bergeron was widely known and loved for inventing the Mai Tai cocktail and for his international chain of Trader Vic's tiki-themed luxury restaurants. But few Trader Vic's fans are aware of Bergeron's considerable artistic talent and skill as a sculptor. At the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park, Bergeron's pair of bronze harbor seals can be enjoyed by visitors to the museum cafĂ©. And a lucky winning bidder will take home this pair of his bronze candelabra, designed in the Polynesian style of his exotic restaurants. Signed and dated by the artist, the original “Trader Vic,” these candelabra exude tropical chic along with a nod to American cultural history. They are estimated at $800-$1,200 for the pair. Come to Michaan's Auctions on August 12 for an opportunity to buy Victor Jules “Trader Vic” Bergeron Polynesian Style Candelabra at auction!

Catalog Information

Victor Jules “Trader Vic” Bergeron
(1902-1984)
Pair of Bronze Polynesian Style Candelabra
Each signed on base “V. Bergeron 1975”
{Dimensions of each 10 3/8 x 6 1/4 x 5 3/4 inches}
Estimate: $800/1,200

Inquiries

Mariah Emerson
510-227-2518
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