This scarce Fulper perfume lamp stands 6" high by 6" across by 7" in diameter. It is one of a number of lamp designs by the Fulper Pottery, from their 'Porcelaine' line from the 1920s. It depicts a young lady, who is seated with crossed legs, as if enjoying her day at the park. She has blonde hair and blue eyes, and is dressed in a gorgeous lavender dress, dotted with tiny swirls, and a pretty floral summer hat, decorated in an Impressionistic style, and adorned with a simple green ribbon. Her face is really beautiful! This scarce porcelaine lamp is impressed Fulper in a racetrack presentation and Martin Stangl's cipher, and she is guaranteed to be vintage Fulper porcelaine. This beauty is in good condition with nick on the base edge and a line in the base, which travels up the side on the interior. The lamp hardware is in place, and she is in fine working order. She has factory scent holes under her hair line at the back of her neck to allow the scents to escape. The original catalog lists this as 'The Hat Perfume Lamp', and she has scent holes, but there does not appear to be a 'well' for the perfume. It is bisque finished, which would allow for some absorbtion, so perhaps you simply drop a drop or two of perfume on the interior near the light source. This scarce perfume lamp makes an absolutely stunning presentation! If you collect Fulper porcelain lamps, you just found a keeper!
Fulper Porcelaine 6" x 7" The Hat Lady Art Deco Perfume Lamp Lavender/Rose
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