This (Nepalese) Malla-style sculpture depicts Vajradhara in his standard form, his hands crossed over his heart, holding thunderbolt sceptre and bell, adorned with a five-leaf crown, princely jewellery and accessories studded with hard stones (mainly turquoise), including the extremities of his scarf shaped like vegetation flowing upwards. The lower part of his tight-fitting dhoti is gathered under his ankles following an elegant foliate pattern.
This buddha holds the stem of a flower in each hand as well as the vajra and ghanta, The draping of his dhoti and the style of his earrings are associated with later works while the double lotus base is reminiscent of some 14th century Khasa Malla sculptures. Long strands of hair fall over his shoulder, his chignon is topped with a jewel finial.
Another gilt and studded Vajradhara, his celestial scarf acting as a frame. We can see Kirtimukha on the central panel of his crown, with vegetation sprouting from his mouth.
This one wears simple jewellery inlaid with a few medium-size turquoise cabochons, including floral earrings.