It is hollow.
It has 1mm thick walls.
It has a head.
Various versions of this King are offered.
extra-small has a crown
small has a crown and hands (but no arms)
medium has a crown and arms
large Centaur version has a crown, arms, and torso
extra-large just plain silly and disturbing
Note that the different versions of the King actually have the same size base, but are slightly different in terms of other details like having hands or not, etc. (That's because Shapeways never introduced a version A, version B, version C, etc. type product structure for stores to utilize.)
Intended for cheaper production in plastic material options but that requires filling with a material that you must supply to add the weight if you want to use it as a paperweight. A wide variety of fillers can be used such as clay, plaster or concrete, resins, or sand mixed with glue.
Originally this design theme was meant to be a King chess piece that fits on a tournament sized chess board having 2.25 inch or 2.5 inch squares, but due to the high price of 3D printing this may not be a great idea considering there are 32 pieces in a chess set. Perhaps there are also uses other than chess pieces or paperweights. Figuring those out are up to you!