David ‘Degué’ Guereon founded a factory in Compiègne, France, as well as a showroom in Paris in 1926. Here Degué produced not only glass, but also hand-made glass lamps for the art deco luxury art market. Guereon named his establishment the Verrerie D’Art Degué. Degué produced mainly antique vases, lamps, chandeliers and table lamps, often having thick moulded glass that was richly colored. Degué would close his shop with the onset of the second World War and was last seen in Paris sometime in 1949, supposedly having fled France. The Degué factory in Compiègne still stands, though it is now an operation selling tiles and doorframes. Frozen in time, the glass furnaces of the old Degué factory remain with glass melted on its walls.
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