"1920-30 D. Guéron Degué"Large vase in blown-molded glass, model "Geometric" by Édouard Cazaux for David Guéron (pseudonym Degué) at the Crystal of Compiègne Art Deco period 1920-30 (after 1926-28 exactly). Dimensions: height 23 cm, diameter at the neck 8.5 cm, diameter at the widest of the belly 24.5 cm, circumference (approximate) at the widest of the belly 77 cm, diameter at the base 11.5 cm. Weight: 3,545 kg. Vase in very thick acid-polished translucent blown-molded glass polished by polishing, animated by a large rotating decoration with high relief forming polygonal and spherical Art Deco geometric figures on a smooth and vermiculated bottom. Obovoid form with generous belly with circular high collar and truncated base in the continuity. Double usual signature intaglio engraved stick at the tip (knob) under the base: Cazaux Gueron. Historical reference Edouard Cazaux and David Guéron: The Glass Art & Design - XIX - XXI Centuries by Yves Delaborde at the ACR Edition (Art-Creation-Realization), pages 47 and 93. Historical reference David Guéron: The Glassmaker Genius Europe by Giuseppe Cappa to Mardaga Editions, page 243. In good used condition, note traces of tartar due to its use on the inside of the belly (not too visible, see photos). Note the many details on the twelve photos (above) adorning this ad. Worldwide shipping: France 30, EU 40, Europe 50, United States 115, Japan 115 Euros.