DEGUE ART DECO LAMPE DE TABLE - c. 1930 -
Art Deco Table Lamp, period 1926-1930 designed Degué which was the stage name of David Guéron (1892-1950), the founder of de Cristalleries de Compiègne (near Paris). In 1926 he opened the Verrerie d'Art Degué with gallery in Boulevard Malesherbes 41 in Paris.
Pressed translucent glass lampshade with Art Deco "Skyscraper" design. Foot made of artistic wrought iron, finely decorated with stained motif, friezes and geometric triangular styled tripod
Lampshade signed "Degué". Signature exactly corresponding to this one is mentioned page 150 in the reference work "Glasmarken Lexikon" by Carolus Hartmann which makes dating correct.
Pressed glass, artistic wrought iron, electrified working lamp.
Height: 53 cm/20.87 inch. Lampshade diameter: 27 cm/10.63 inch Base diameter: 17 cm/6.69 inch
4,93 kg – 10,85 lb
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