This remarkable Indian-style sculpture depicts Amoghasiddhi, recognizable through his hand gestures, seated on a single lotus with plump petals, dressed in princely attire, his tall chignon topped with a finial, and adorned with a (broken?) crown with rosettes on each side, incised with a geometrical pattern that matches the hem of his dhoti. Long strands of curls fall over his shoulders.
He has silver-inlaid eyes and copper-inlaid nails.
a wheel of dharma (dharmacakra) is embossed on each of his palms and soles.
The serrated halo, the sash worn tightly across the chest, the hourglass waist and the lotus base with staggered rows of broad flat petals are reminiscent of the (much earlier) Nepalese Thakuri style. The tripartite pointed crown and the large floral earrings are typical of Western Tibet.