In the 1920s, Fulper offered a range of porcelain perfume lamps, or Lumiers de Parfum. Their most common example is the dainty little Ballerina. Here we have an outstanding example of the Harlequin #331. She stands pensively waiting to dance in her fluffy lavender skirt. Just a beautiful piece to display. You put perfume drops on the light bulb and when the light bulb heats up the scent radiates from the skirt.
Exceptional perfume lamp in that it has no chips, no cracks, no scratches to glaze and free from crazing. no repairs or restoration . Displays perfectly from all sides and angles.
Any non-perfections are from the firing/manufacturing process. Dimensions are below.
Authentic and signed appropriately with the Fulper number #331
All pictures are original and un-edited.
Height: 13 1/4 inches, Skirt: 7 1/4 inches
A little history: The official start of Fulper Pottery began in 1899 when the company incorporated. Fulper peaked in terms of artistic achievement in the early 1900s. Over the company's life they made tens of thousands different pieces of pottery. Fulper is likely best known today for their arts and crafts table lamps.
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