This fabulous little European art lamp (circa 1910), has a cupid on the base holding a large bouquet and an amazing shade with pierced brass finely detailed leaves. I think it's a cupid because on each side of him are lines of wings. This lamp can be used 3 ways. On a table, hung from the bar across the back to use as a sconce and with the shade straight up as a torchere. The shade is lined in mica. It has a European porcelain candelabra socket and cloth covered cord with an in-line switch. The lamp with the shade down is 10" tall, the shade is 5 1/4" long and 3 1/2" across and the base is 4 3/4" deep and 3" across. Thanks for looking!