This gentle little Unicorn stands just shy of a foot and a half (45.72 cm) tall.
Though the dimensions are given on the product page itself, the picture gives the impression that the Unicorn is larger than it is in person. It is also not shiny as the one in the display picture appears to be. In reality the little Unicorn has the look and feel of an unfinished (unglazed) resin (or porcelain) item.
The Unicorn is hand-painted, pretty decently, I might add.
The one I received: The eyes are evenly painted (a Robin's Egg Blue) around the bottom and sides of the pupil, with either very little or no extra paint strokes/dots or out-of-line coloring. The horn was nicely painted (pale buttercream Yellow with light milk chocolate brown brush strokes outlining the horn's indentations). The tail and mane are streaked through with an off white bone color, while the body itself is more of an off white eggshell color. The hooves are a pale light dusty gray; the nostrils and mouth are tamped with a faint gray-ish black.
The rock-like base that makes up the bottom behind the rearing legs is neatly detailed with rough edged cut out look to it and is painted a deep chocolate color.
The muscle structure of the horse design itself is very well done and has all the look of a real yearling awaiting Spring.
I would have given the Unicorn five stars, however, despite being an outdoor ornament, it is not heavy at all; a nice strong wind gust will have this little guy toppled over-- or worse, broken--on the ground. Furthermore the paint job between where the Unicorn's tail and the "rock-like" base was done (on the one I received) just a tad sloppy. Some of the deep chocolate color also ended up at the very bottom of the Unicorn's back legs.
Now, I know this little guy is meant to be a Garden prop and not a toy, but I did feel this was worth mentioning: Unlike the toy horses by the toy companies "Schleich", "Papo" and "Safari", this little Unicorn is NOT anatomically correct. So it is life-like, but not that life-like.