Meissen, designed 1897, made 1930s. Polychrome painted porcelain. Crossed swords mark, incised model no. 'Q 180', former no. '115'. Min. prof. rest. H. 30,5 cm. - - A German sculptor and medallion maker, studied 1880 - 1883 at the Berlin Academy, created a number of designs for KPM Berlin, Rosenthal and the Schwarzburger Werkstätten. In 1897 Schott produced his most famous work, the female ball player, as a life-size bronze sculpture for the flower garden at the southern end of the Königsallee in Düsseldorf.