This rare Fulper boudoir lamp stands a tall 12" high by 6" in diameter, a majestic Art Deco beauty. It is one of a number of lamp designs by the Fulper Pottery, from their porcelaine line from the late 1920s, early 1930s. The name of the lamp is 'Cytheria' or "Cyta Doll". It was inspired by the famous novel "Cytheria", by Joesph Hergesheimer author; and Alfred Knopf, publisher. The book was published around 1922. This lamp depicts a young lady, with jet black hair covered in a braided head wrap, in a gorgeous yellow and purple glaze combination, shading light and dark. Her dress falls off the shoulders in a graceful presentation, cinching the waist and spreading to a gorgeous full gown This boudoir lamp is a 2-part lamp, in which the gown portion covers the bulb base, and the ruffled edge of her dress rises off the surface to allow for the wire to trail behind her. Her gown spreads dramatically, giving her a very sizable footprint. Her face is really beautiful, with blushed rouge and rich ruby red lips, and a well-defined beauty spot on her cheek. This rare porcelaine lamp base is marked with a 'Pat. Pend.' mark. She is guaranteed to be vintage Fulper porcelaine. This beauty is in mint condition, no apologies. The lamp hardware is in place, and she is in fine working order. She has factory vent holes in her head to allow the heat from the bulb to escape. This rare boudoir lamp makes an absolutely stunning presentation! If you collect Fulper porcelaine lamps, you just found a spectacular Art Deco beauty!