It's full-sized. The size that adults play. My kid has grown into an adult-sized violin ... and how fitting, since she's also grown into an mature appetite for guided challenge and an adult-sized work ethic.
It's a 2006 Salvatori Callegari, actually Chinese in origin but with an Italian vanity label. She's its first owner, so it'll likely "break in" and grow its sound, due to the beneficial effects of vibrations on the acoustic properties of the wood. It has a very balanced sound, big but not overly bright, and it'll be a fine chamber music instrument (very important to her!) as well as giving a good soloist's sound. She chose a very very nice wooden bow to go with it.
And the case, oh my! Not that there was much selection at the lower end, but a featherlight red-black-and-silver Bam oblong with a combination lock, cushioning air suspension inside, and matching bits and pieces in the pockets? Zowee! This parent in jealous!