Mid Century Modern - 1950's Colonial Era themed porcelain table lamp in pastel colors with details embellished in gold. This also comes with appears to be the original burlap shade. Ceramic image of a colonial period man wearing a cape with a basket of apples or possibly peaches, some form of juicy fruit. I love his long blonde ponytail and those flower pants are to die for! Complete with colonial era buckle shoes and he is leaning on a tree stump!
It has original cord and wiring and it works great.
Nice colors for a boudoir and I love the natureness and pastel coloring. Also nice for a man cave for a dude that is into the colonial period or reenactments, even nice in a Guest Bedroom.
The base is weighted and sturdy. I'm not sure if this is bakelite, but could be, no guarantee.
Listing includes the mod burlap shade which is actually probably authentic. For some reason in that period they used burlap shades even on something fancy like this.
17" to top of socket
20" to top of bulb - a little taller with shade
4 1/2" cream and gold base diameter
No chips or cracks to the ceramic or obvious defects. There is one chip on the front of the cream base (see photos - it's very small).
Colonial Figurine Early American Porcelain Vintage Mid Century Table Lamp Man with Cape Holding Fruit Lamp with Burlap Shade