There is a number of wooden Phagpa Lokeshvara sculptures thought to be from Tibet which follow a standard design, although this design is quite different from the famous original 7th century Nepalese figure at the Potala.
They all depict him with a taller three-leaf crown, without an effigy of himself at the centre. He wears the same bulky earrings and thin belt to hold his long dhoti.
but the sash across his hips is broader and falls lower down. It is sometimes knotted at the side, as on the previous photo.
On all of them, the facial features are broader and the limbs fleshier. In the absence of inscriptions, it is impossible to known with certainty whether the sculptures were made by a Tibetan rather than a Nepalese artist but they certainly correspond to the Tibetan standards.