French Deco Chandelier Signed by Degué

c. 1930
$9,880 USD
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W: 21.5" D: 21.5" H: 31.0"
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This magnificent frosted glass light fixture is a rare French Art Deco chandelier signed by David Guéron of Verrerie d’Art Degué in Paris. A studio renowned for luxury glassware and fabulous chandeliers, Degué was operational for only a brief period spanning 1926-1939 and their art glass products have become highly valued by collectors and lovers of the Art Deco style.

Set within a nickel-plated bronze frame, this grand chandelier features clear frosted molded-glass shades with intricate botanical designs. At the center is a domed glass bowl that sits within a squared metal frame and gently curves upwards towards the ceiling. Four bell-shaped side shades extend past the main body on narrow, scroll-form arms, each wired with a single socket. Each shade is intricately molded in the Art Deco style with matching designs of bold florals and eccentric geometric patterns.

From the collection of Frances and Gary Comer.

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