I found this Tramp art lamp at an estate sale during my lunch hour today.
While it's clearly hand done, the precison is pretty impressive.
There are two drawers in the base. The lamp switch is on the front right of the base.
The roof is removable to provide access to the bulb.
Not to be confused with "Trench art" which was made by soliders and sailors from spent shell casings, "Tramp" art is really a misnomer. It was coined in the 1950's to categorize this type of folk art, but the majority of pieces were made by average people with an above average talent for woodworking and whittling.