Akshobhya may have the appearance of a crowned buddha similar to the historical buddha, from whom he cannot, at times, be distinguished (as discussed in the previous post).
This Nepalese-style sculpture shows him wearing a plain robe with a beaded hem and a low crown with bows. There is a small vajra, his distinctive attribute, placed in front of him.
He may be wearing a patched robe and have a more elaborate crown with stone-inlaid rosettes and ribbons.
The plain or patched robe occasionally turns into a richly incised one. It is worth noting that most of the sculptures that depict him as a crowned buddha are fairly late and correspond to the Nepalese style.