Degue hand blown cameo glass vase in an exuberant floral motif. Measures 19.5 inches high. Impressive Degue hand blown cameo glass vase in an exuberant floral motif. Measures 19.5 inches high, 12 inches wide at center, and 9 inches at the top and 7 inches at its base. Excellent condition, signed on base.
Just acquired from a long time collector of Degue Art Glass. Degué was the brainchild of the enigmatic David Guéron (18921950). Born in Turkey to Spanish Jewish parents, he fled scandal at the age of 22 by joining the French Foreign Legion in 1914, only to be sent to the Western Front, where he was wounded and then pensioned out of the army. Following the 1925 Exposition des Arts Decoratifs in Paris, he set up his glassworks in Compiègne, about 50 miles northeast of Paris, to produce tableware and other functional glass.
Compiègne had been the site of the Great War Armistice. In 1926, the year after the successful Paris Exhibition, Guéron moved into the more lucrative production of French art glass. He opened Verrerie dArt 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. Bio obtained from Artdecoceramicglasslight dot c o m. This item is on display in our warehouse gallery located at. 323 Unit 3 Boston Post RD. Has over 1400 items listed available from Renaissance to Modern.
New items from local and New England estates are added weekly. The item "Impressive Degue hand blown cameo art glass vase in exuberant floral motif 19h" is in sale since Wednesday, April 15, 2020.
This item is in the category "Antiques\Decorative Arts\Glass\Vases". The seller is "oneofakind" and is located in Old Saybrook, Connecticut.This item can't be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.