Up for sale is a beautiful figural Cupid or Putti Victorian banquet or Gone With The Wind lamp that was originally kerosene or oil burning but has been electrified at some point. The font was altered, and this won't be able to burn oil unless a replacement font is used. This is possibly a piece made by Edward Miller, Charles Parker or Plume and Atwood, but it is not marked that I can find. The cupid sits on an open work brass base.The figure appears to be made of spelter, but it retains most of the gilt finish. There may be an old repair at the feet, but it's done very well if it is. The font and holder are made of embossed brass. The electric switch appears to be in good. But the cord has been cut since the insulation is cracked. The shade holder will support a glass chimney and a shade with a 4 fitter. This lamp would hold a paper or silk shade or a ball shade that was decorated. The lamp stands about 24" high overall and is about 8" wide. This is a very large and beautiful lamp. It is sure to be a focal point in any room you place it in. The pictures are part of the description so please examine them for additional information. You can choose your preference from the drop-down at checkout. These are all unique items and often one of a kind. The pictures are part of the description and if you see (or don't see) something you have a question about, please ask and we will answer as quickly as we can. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Lamps, Lighting\Lamps". The seller is "randg" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, Australia, Mexico, New Zealand, Bermuda.