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Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Fulper Pottery Perfume Lamps

In the 1920s, Fulper offered a range of porcelain perfume lamps, or Lumiers de Parfum. Their most common example is the dainty little Ballerina.  Perfume goes in the base and when the light bulb heats it and the scent comes out the holes in the sides of the ballerinas head. Boudoir lamp and base measure 6 1/2" tall and 4 1/4" wide. The lamp was available in several colors including: Henna, Blue, Pink, Jade, Orchid, Apricot Peach, Flame, Black, Canary, Old Rose and Turquoise. 


As advertised in Arts & Decoration, Volumes 15-16. 1921.



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