Seated in the most usual way, a vajra placed before him, Shakyamuni wears a robe with an incised border, part of his inner garment showing below the right breast.
The embossed wheel of dharma on the sole of his right foot, distinguishes him from Akshobhya.
The iconography can be the same, but in this case the fact that he holds a piece of his robe in his left hand points to Shakyamuni. There are traces of cold gold on his face and lapis lazuli powder in his hair.
On this example, the vajra looks particularly diminutive due to the elongated torso typical of the 17th century.
This buddha wears a patched robe with beaded seams and an incised border with a rice-grain pattern, over plain undergarments with a beaded hem. There is a wheel of dharma embossed on the soles of his feet.