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Unless it has a well for the perfume, it's not a perfume lamp, just beautifully decorative. I think it may be an Editions Etling. If you Google it, you'll find quite a bit of info.
Hi, I collect French perfume lamps, so I have a bit of knowledge, but I haven't seen this combination of marks, Limoges is an area in France, Halga is, I believe, a shop in Paris, retail.
Etling Editions commissioned artists to do pieces for them, an example is Chiparus. But there would have been a paper factory label.
Perhaps Halga did something similar. I would do an internet search for french perfume lamp woman, or some relevant combination of keywords..or try ROBJ perfume lamp, you may come up with a match.
Hope this helps.
I bought a Halga lamp and the lady I bought it from has a website -www.frenchporcelaine.com
I noticed your lamp ( or very similar ) is listed there under 'Art Deco'.
The seller is incredibly helpful, so she might be able to give you more information.
If you type "Robj" inside quote marks, quite a lot of info comes up. Here is one giving his biography. A recent sale on ebay of a Robj sold with 25 bids for $685. and it was just a statue. Yours could be worth a lot more. http://www.ceramique1900.com/robj.html