This is a traditional portrait of Yellow Jambhala, seated on a lotus base, his right foot on a conch, holding his jewel-spitting mongoose with the left hand and a citron in the palm of his right hand.
He is adorned with a stone-inlaid crown, matching jewellery and belt. He wears a long dhoti incised with large flowers. Some of the lotus petals around the base have a conch-like shape.
The artist who made this stone sculpture has adorned him with a broad sash decorated with large flowers, a crown with Kirtimukha at the centre and princely jewellery. His right foot rests on a lotus flower. He wears a long lower garment with triangular pleats, held in place with a cloth belt with pointed ends that hang over the pedestal. There are some lotus leaves and a citron in his right hand, a mongoose vomiting jewels in the other.
Here we see him seated on a cloth over a throne decorated with lions. His conical chignon and low tiara show an Indian stylistic influence but his squarish face and facial features are typically Tibetan. He wears a celestial scarf over his shoulders and an ankle-length dhoti.
This Jambhala has a celestial scarf loosely placed over his shoulders, the ends flowing upwards. His floral earrings, crown and jewellery are decorated with cabochons. His right foot rests on a vase filled with gems.
This Chinese-style sculpture depicts him in the classic way but for the conch shell in his right hand instead of a citron. He sits on a single-lotus base with Yongle-style curly petals, clad in a long dhoti with embroidered cuffs, adorned with a celestial scarf that forms an arch behind his head and some loops at elbow level, a sash knotted across his chest and stone-inlaid jewellery and crown.