This is a one-of-a-kind, Art Deco boudoir lamp which was apparently created by a collector/enthusiast. The base is shaped particle board which was originally painted blue. I have sanded it, repainted it, and faux finished it to resemble the Portoro marble which would have been used in the period, then coated it with epoxy for protection. However, the epoxy froze the switch in the back. So it has to be plugged in to turn on, or you could add an inline switch for a couple of dollars.
If you want, I will add that to the cord for you on request. The beautiful porcelain figure, c. 1935, is, I believe, by Wallendorf.
It was epoxied to the base as well and does not come off. The two, faux candle light fixtures appear to be from the late 1920's.
I will supply it with two flicker bulbs as in the photo, as well as these two clip-on, cloth shades if you prefer that covered look. It's a large piece... About 18" long x 11" high. There are so many great deco elements here, and to repeat, it is the only lamp of its kind in the world.
It will be the highlight of any deco lover's collection. I'm simply out of room and need to downsize.