Amoghasiddhi normally holds his right hand in the fear-allaying gesture, as above, or in the vitarka mudra (see further down). The other hand is held in the meditation gesture.
The shape of the celestial scarf forming a frame around him is typical of the 13th and 14th century (Tibet).
The panels of his tall five-leaf crown are linked with rods to prevent breakage.
On this example and the next, the right hand is held in the gesture of debate/teaching. The face is painted with cold gold and the jewellery and crown inlaid with a few large turquoise cabochons.
He normally holds a visvajra (double thunderbolt sceptre) in his cupped left hand but the attribute is often missing. On this richly gilt Nepalese-style work the turquoise cabochons are small and numerous.