His beautiful face painted with pigments and his hair dyed with lapis lazuli powder, Vajradhara holds the stem of flowers against which a tiny thunderbolt sceptre (to his right) and a tiny bell (to his left) are propped. His crown and other accessories are inlaid with medium-size stones (and possibly coral). The hem on his shawl and loose dhoti is incised with a floral motif.
This one has a half-vajra finial on his chignon. The lotus flowers that support his attributes are fastened to his elbows.
On this picture of a similar sculpture, we can see that even the tail end of his dhoti is inlaid with small stones.
Vajradhara may hold the stem of lotuses while retaining the vajra and ghanta in his hands. The above wears a bulky necklace and matching armbands and bracelets, and a heavy belt.