This is a most unusual sculpture of Yellow Jambhala standing on a single-lotus pedestal over a rectangular throne supported by long-life vases, his mongoose spewing a long string of jewels. He has a Nepalese-style oval face with a tall rectangular urna, a low crown inlaid with (now missing) gemstones, two beaded necklaces and matching bracelets and anklets, some armbands and large earrings.
His right arm supports a long-life vase, his right hand holds an egg-shaped citrus fruit.
This is an other sculpture with a single-lotus base over a throne supported by long-life vases, but this time he is seated, as is normally the case, his right foot resting on a vase. He is adorned with a small five-leaf crown inlaid with glass and coral, some jewellery and a garland. His right hand does the tarjani mudra.
He has a squarish face with thin eyebrows and no urna. His crown is adorned with bows and ribbons linked to the five crown panels with a thin metal bar to prevent breakage.
The lotus design goes all around the base.
This more archaic version has him seated on a throne supported by long-life vases and upright vajras (diamond thunderbolts). He holds the three jewels or triratna (norbu in Tibetan) in his right hand instead of his usual ovoid citrus fruit.