The male figurine depicts an older gentleman painted in assorted shades of golds over cream standing in traditional dress including cape and hat resting on a tall basket. The rear of the base incised hadley. He stands approximately 11 inches tall (27 cm) standing on a 4.25 inch base diameter. Plus numbers 133 (body shape) and capital h (hadley).Light signs of previous use should be expected consistent with age. Slight to none on the gold wear, free of cracks, chips, crazing or hairlines - i notice one nick on his top hat - see pictures. Absolutely handsome and a perfect addition to our royal worcester figurine collection. Facts on potter and artist james hadley. James hadley was born in august, 1837 and was english potter and artist and considered one of its finest associated with england's worcester royal porcelain factory for most of the 19th century, he later set up his own factory. In 1900 hadley & sons became a limited company with shares held by james and his four sons, louis, howard, harry & frank and frank littledale. This item is made of hand painted and ceramic, gold painting, shades of gold, cream skintone, shape no 133, circa 1918 mark. The style is art nouveau.