Not much information of Barsony Ceramics. They were an Australian ceramics company registered by George and Jean Barsony. They produced works in the 1950s and 1960s.
Kittys Vintage & Kitch site has some excellent insight into the Barsony brand.
There is often confusion between Duron, Nieri, Paoli and Barsony lamps. I found this website, Carter’s Publications, in Australia that has some great details on Barsony that you may be interested in, particularly the following;
“Most Barsony products were marked, although there are some that have no markings. As well there are copies of Barsony products that are unmarked, and a range of similar items were made by Kalmar. Genuine Barsony can be identified by the numbering system on the base of the item: ‘H’ indicated head, ‘V’ indicated vase’, and ‘L’ indicated ‘lamp’. Thus ‘FL’ indicated a figural lamp and ‘HL’ indicated a head lamp. These letters are followed by the model or mould number. Many of the lamps and figures are named models, such as ‘Drumbeat of Trinidad’ (FL-41), ‘Beauty of the Beach’ (F-19) and ‘Sitting Black Lady’ (FL39). Kalmar items had a similar marking system and it is often difficult to distinguish between the two manufacturers.”