This is a fine porcelain statue of a Schlessischer Schütze. The man was a member of an elite Schützen unit during the Napoleonic Wars, circa 1810. The figure is mounted on a white porcelain base, which measures 2 1/2″ x 2 1/2″ x 1/2.” The man is wearing a black shako and a green tunic with what appear to be light-blue or gray trousers and black boots. He appears to be leaning against a tree stump. He measures 9 1/4″ in height from his shako’s plume to the tip of his boots. The item’s condition is excellent. I cannot say when it was manufactured. At the item’s base are the description and date of the soldier, as we have noted in our title.