A standard image of the deity, with Chinese-style draping.
He has silver-inlaid eyes and copper-inlaid lips and wears a shawl over his shoulders. The fluttering foliage at elbow level is most unusual as it isn’t on the extremities of the garment.
This one wears a Nepalese-style dhoti that reaches below the knee, thus showing shin ornaments that match his armbands – while the floral panels of his crown match his earrings. The hem of his garment is decorated with a floral and geometrical pattern.
Similar style but different facial features and a regal bearing.
His large round earrings and other accessories are studded with dark stones instead of the usual clear gems or the turquoise and coral combination.
The rim of his crown, his belt and the hem of his dhoti are incised with a geometrical motif.
Like the sculptures made by Newari artists in Nepal at the same time, this figure wears rings on his forefingers and small fingers, and his floral earrings include a sprouting lotus bud.
The cold gold and pigments on the face and hair of this buddha were probably renewed or added at a later date.