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This handsome Fulper lamp stands 17.5" high (7.5" for pottery portion) by 6" in diameter. It has a nice form, with a short collar and handles at its sides. This lamp is likely a vase conversion, which was a common practice in the 1920s. It is glazed in a rich, lush Cat's Eye flambe glaze, which is awesome! It may be marked  on the underside, but I did not take it apart. It is in very good condition, with the usual glaze nuances common to Fulper pots, no exterior damage or blemishes. It has a metal cap made to fit the top and accommodate for the handles. This lamp is in working condition and presents quite handsomely.

Fulper Lamp/Vase c1917-34 In Cat's Eye Flambe Glazes

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