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Made  in France in the late 1920's  early 1930's, this chandelier is Signed Degue,  hand sanded and etched after being molded. Degué was the brainchild of the enigmatic David Guéron (1892 – 1950) , he opened Verrerie d’Art Degué in Paris, a glassworks at Boulevard Malesherbes along with a gallery at 41, avenue de Paris to promote the art glass he named “Degué”. His cameo glass designs leaned heavily toward natural motifs, but also used brilliant colors that became his signature. His internally decorated vases, lamps and lampshades met instant success. Another Degué line used a sandblasting method to decorate monochromatic vessels with graphic devices and designs. It is the last time in France that it was possible to produce and offer pieces of this quality; the mass production of the 1950's was just around the corner, and the page was turned on small ateliers, to make way for the age of cost saving. It will fit any modernist interior, and can bring a warmer touch to a pure Eames style furniture set.

The mounting  is cubist so mid 1920's /  early 1930's , rewired with  US socket  , 3 lampshades 

Size H.35  in  x W.23 in   D.16 (vasque  ) in , lampshase 6 x 4 in 

For questions or concerns please contact Jean, at 310 994 6009

FRENCH Art-Deco Chandelier Degue David Guéron pressed glass

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