This impressive Haeger Asian-style lamp stands a mighty 25" from tip to toe, by 9.5" in diameter for the bowl she stands in. This original lamp has its original finial and it is set on a platform base. The figure depicts an Asian woman holding a basket. She is set in a bowl. The bowl is trimmed in a fine beading and jeweled motif, and she presents as if if she were a porcelain doll, a fine, fine glaze treatment in porcelain white glaze, simply beautiful in her presentation. Haeger produced a flower block of this figure as well as the lamp. The flower block appears in the 1946 catalog, so we assume the lamp likely dates to the same period. Her finial is temple-like, and very complementary to the overall design. This lamp is wired and lights just fine. It is not marked, but as stated, well documented. The flower block number is R571, we are not sure what the lamp number would be. The metal hardware stem is fashioned like lotus leaves, and matches the backside of the lamp's porcelain design, also lotus leaves. This scarce original Heager lamp makes a gorgeous presentation!