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Roger Capron Ceramic Table Lamp

Stunning table lamp made by Roger Capron, made of a square base with a character decor on the front face.

Artist’s stamp on the bottom back of the lamp “Capron Valloris France”.

Topped with its original vintage lampshade.

Dimensions with lampshade: 30x30h77cm


Roger Capron (1922-2006)


Roger Capron is a well-known French ceramist who worked most of his life in Vallauris, a town famous for his pottery tradition. After studying and teaching in Paris applied arts, he moved to Vallauris in 1946, where he opened his own ceramic workshop, known as the “Atelier Callis”. In 1952, Roger Capron purchased an abandoned pottery in Vallauris and opened a small ceramics factory, destinated to produce small ceramics and decorative panels and tiles. By the end of the 1950’s he had gained an international recognition and by the 1980’s his factory employed more than 120 workers and produced a wide range of pieces, such as: vases, lamps, tables, tiles, panels and other objects. During the decade of the 1990’s and helped by his wife, Jacotte and Jean-Paul Bonnet, he started to create only unique sculptural pieces destined for galleries around the world.

Roger Capron Ceramic Table Lamp

  • Dimensions

    Height: 14.97 in (38 cm)

    Width: 5.52 in (14 cm)

    Depth: 5.52 in (14 cm)

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