Vajradhara is seated on a type of double-lotus base with round petals normally associated with slightly later works. The front panel of his crown consists in a crescent moon and visvajra design inlaid with gems. It is decorated with bows and long ribbons also inlaid with gems, like all his other accessories, which include a short and a long necklace, armbands, bracelets, anklets and a belt. He wears a striped dhoti reaching calf level, the end folded under his ankles in a small scallop shape. His chignon is topped with a half-vajra finial.
This buddha, with the facial features, the same type of accessories, lower garment and lotus base, is likely to have been made at the same time and in the same workshop as the previous one (therefore the dating of one of them is probably wrong). The use of gilt copper, the design of the base, the use of small cabochons including clear gems indicate a Nepalese influence.
Another gilt copper image with fairly similar accessories and striped dhoti, on a slightly lower double-lotus base.
On this later work, the style of the crown, jewellery and dhoti are still quite similar whereas the facial features are different, the ribbons of the crown are shorter and the chignon is topped with a conical finial.