Amitayus wears an incised dhoti, the tail end inlaid with stones like his accessories, and a matching scarf worn across shoulders and chest. His hair and facial features are painted with pigments.
This rare work depicts him with a Nepalese-style halo, a scarf that falls rigidly on each side to form a frame, his accessories inlaid with a profusion of medium-size stone cabochons including turquoise, lapis lazuli and clear gems, long strands of painted hair cascading over his shoulders..
This buddha wears a crown with large roundish panels and a thin celestial scarf that forms a loop over each shoulder, in the Sino-Tibetan fashion. His vase of longevity is missing but the position of the hands together with his bodhisattva appearance point to Amitayus.
This time, the scarf forms a loop around the elbow. The style of the lotus base, the broad shoulders and thin waist, the festooned necklace also indicate a Chinese influence but the facial features and the use of un-gilt copper alloy and silver-inlaid eyes are typical of works produced in the Tsang province (Central Tibet) between the 15th and 16th century.