- Creator / Artist / Designer:Degué (Glass) - Designer Structure Unknown
- Signature / Monogram:Mark "500" (model mark of Degué)
- Period:20th Century / 1925 - 1935
- Country of Origin:France
- Dimensions (H x W x D):95 x 70 x 70 cm
- Weight:20 Kg
- Style:Art Deco / Art Nouveau
- Materials:Nickel Plated Bronze / Pressed Glasses
- Belgium Delivery:On request
- International Delivery:On request
Chandelier / Suspension on the theme of 'Pine cones', pressed molded sandblasted glass, Art Deco style and period, Art Nouveau plant inspiration, dating from the 1930s.
Composed of 8 sconces and a very detailed nickel-plated bronze structure (dome and rosette).
The chandelier is easily disassembled and reassembled: 8 glass plates and the frame, easy to transport and ship (2 boxes separately).
Perfect condition, unsigned but some plates bear the mold number "500" from DEGUÉ.
Electricity perfect working order, 8 type E14 light points.
Secure international shipping possible, transport price on request.
Free delivery to Belgium possible, on request.
At the beginning of the 1920s, decorative objects in pressed / sandblasted glass (cups, vases, knick-knacks, animal sculptures and figures of women) were created and were very successful. Some artists and companies will benefit from this craze, note René Lalique, Marius Sabino, Jean Gauthier (Ezan ...), Charles Ranc, Verlys, Etling, Petitot, Degué ... Some of them will produce chandeliers, table lamps, wall lights ...