Unusual French Art Deco Lamp Shade Degué Art Glass ca. 1930
This shade has a very pleasant hexagonal shape. Beautiful and very interesting flower patterns made of charming glass mix, translucent and opaque.
This shade is made by the manufactory "Cristalleries De Compiégne" and signed Degué. The mark Degué is a derivate from the name of the former of this manufactory, David Guéron. This glassworks mainly produced household glass in the early '20 and was located on the "Boulevard Malesherbes" and his showroom was on the "41 rue de Paris".
Signed: relief signature Degué, inside France and number 1058.
The shade measures 14.6 inches in diameter and 3.2 inches in height. It has 3 holes for the suspension. The shade is made of clear pressed glass and is acid frosted.
The condition is very good, a tiny chip to the edge. Heavy, ca. 6 lbs.
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