Eugène and G.-L. Capon

Capon frères was the company of the two brothers Georges and Eugène Capon in Paris, who exhibited at the World Exhibition in Paris in 1925.

The Capon brothers made art objects from various metals, which they presented to the public at exhibitions in Paris in the 1920s. There were chandeliers and wall lamps made of brass, steel and patinated or hammered bronze, as well as vases and radiator covers. Known for their good lamp designs, they took over the lighting design for the ensembles by Gallerey and Léon Jallot, which were shown at the 1923 exhibition of the Société des Artistes Décorateurs. They supplied the International Exhibition of 1925 with multi-armed chandeliers and appliques.

Source: Alastair Duncan, Lampen Lüster Leuchter, Jugendstil Art Déco, Prestel-Verlag, München 1979, p. 162

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  • Tuesday - Friday
    12 a.m. - 6 p.m.
  • Saturday
    10 a.m. - 4 p.m.