Good day! My apology for the delay--for some reason I am not seeing questions directed to me for the past few days--a moderator advise me you had posted this!
You clearly have a Chinese ginger urn styled cobalt on base styled piece from around 1910-1930s era which may have received some "love" in the past--the cord wrapping was likely silk, which is highly resistant to heat, and the use of that was stopped around 1930 when rubberized cords became more common.
At present, the typical retail would be $125 to $175 in most markets--the same basic companies who manufactured porcelains also created the bodies for the export lighting trade, but in most cases the pieces are not maker marked, as the standard forms would be. I don't think the shade is original, however--I don't think that will affect the overall value and it is a pleasant match!
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Good morning! I forgot to add the piece was porcelain, by the way. Hope you have a wonderful weekend!