Shakyamuni stands on a plinth decorated with figures standing near a fire altar, his robe covering both shoulders, his feet bare, the left hand holding a piece of his garment, the other (probably) doing the fear-allaying gesture. He has life-like facial features, a raised urna on his forehead, thick wavy hair piled into a soft bun.
Shakyamuni, accompanied by a royal donor, with a plump face and a solar disc behind his head.
More often than not the halo is just a plain disc. The above stands on a lotus base, with a row of stamens and two rows of petals going downwards.
This one, on a plinth decorated with a floral motif.
As we have seen with bronze sculptures from the area, he sometimes has abnormally reduced legs and feet.