Beautifully crafted brass kerosene lamp with a glass flute. Not sure if the wavy look to the glass flute is because it is older or just made to look that way. There are shamrocks or a clover design along the bottom of the base and hearts just below where the kerosene holding section is. There is some corrosion to the brass finish. The lamp dates to the 1930s to 1950s.
Looks like a circular wick system, instead of typical straight band one. There is some non-English writing on the top side of the base. Pics of it are captured here. The writing on the lamp base may shed some light on that question for those who can interpret it.
The lamp stands 21" tall to top of flute, 12" tall to top of base, and is 12" across at the widest part of brass base. Let me know if you have any questions or need more pictures (C12062).