This is a rare sculpture of Ratnasambhava standing.
He is on a double-lotus base over a plinth decorated with horses and flaming jewels.
He wears beaded jewellery and a matching sacred thread and festooned belt, his dhoti and scarf are decorated with incisions. He has a Kashmiri style torso with developed pectorals and a cruciform navel.
The geometrical incisions on his scarf, crown, bows and earrings are typical of West Tibetan works produced around the 11th and 12th century in the Ngari district.