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Hello, my name is***** am one of the appraisers here at justanswer. I would be happy to help you. I have gone over the photos you have supplied. I just need to see the backside of the lamp and the end of the plug in. Also I would like to see the bottom of the lamp if possible. thank you all of these will help me in my evaluation to you on the lamp. I look forward to helping you.
Thank you for the other photos. Majolica was designed to be manufactured relatively inexpensively, and to be charming and fun. Clay was shaped solidly in a mold, fired to biscuit stage, coated with a tin or lead glaze, over-painted with the design in colored metal-oxide glazes, and then fired again. The result was a bright, gleaming, opaquely glazed pitcher, tea set, planter, animal figure, dish, platter or urn. I have only seen one other lamp and that was of a woodpecker on a stump. Yours is much more colorful and older. I would say this was done in 1890-1900s and the value is(###) ###-####00 The cord can be replaced but do find a lamp specialist that will handle with great care to rewire the lamp as it looks to be in perfect condition. You dont want to chip or crack the piece. Very nice lamp and after researching there were very few lamps that were produced. Thank you for coming to justanswer and if I may be of further help please let me know.