This Fulper porcelaine perfume lamp stands 6" high by 5" in diameter. It is one of a number of designs by the Fulper Pottery, a porcelain novelty line piece. It depicts a Ballerina, with red hair, in a black and white tutu, in a curtsey pose. The perfume well is in the base section with the bulb, and the words 'Put Perfume Here' with an arrow are noted in the perfume well. This lamp is marked with a Patent Pending ink stamp, along with an impressed Fulper mark, and MS for Martin Stangl's cipher, hard to see, but it's there. It is shape number 310, and it is guaranteed to be vintage Fulper. This Art Deco beauty is in original condition, with a tiny bit of extra black color on one of her eyes, which looks like there was some factory glaze bubbling at the center of her eye. She lights and is in fine working order. She makes a pretty, pretty presentation!