Vajradhara wears a five-leaf crown with Kirtimukha just below the circular central panel, the vegetation sprouting from his mouth is inlaid with glass cabochons like the rest of his accessories. His ears are adorned with Nepalese-style floral buds ornaments, beaded necklaces, armbands, bracelets and anklets, his chignon is topped with a half vajra finial, his ankle-length dhoti decorated with an incised border. As usual, the right arm is crossed over the left one to hold the thunderbold sceptre and bell at heart level.
Possibly made in Central Tibet, this sculpture depicts him with a loosely draped dhoti and a shawl forming loops at elbow level. His jewellery includes large floral earrings and a short necklace with five pendants.
Same type of crown and earrings, the lower garment is decorated with a broad strip of copper.
Chinese-style festooned necklaces were popular in parts of Tibet during the 15th and 16 century.
His face has been painted with cold gold and pigments, possibly at a later date.