I left it just in case it was original. I have photoed the makers marks on the base for you.She does have a story to tell. Notice you can not read the germany stamp. If you look under a loop it is clear that the name of that country was scratched off. It was a common practice during wwii for americans to go through their dinnerware and china/ceramics and deface any german or japanese origin marks.
So at some point during the 1940stwenty years into her existence someone did this to the germany mark. I think it adds some real interest this is one of the most beautiful powder jars i've had in some time. She measures appr 6 tall and then appr 4 1/2 side to side measuring the longest distance between her skirt edges.
This item is made of ceramic.