On this 4-armed Avalokiteshvara, two uncommon features are the rather long rosary and the blue lotus (with triangular petals) in his upper hands. He wears a crown with five pointed panels, all of the same size and tilting forward, a design associated with Eastern Tibet and often seen on much later Tibeto-Chinese works.
The small oval face painted with cold gold and pigments recalls earlier Kashmiri works with silver-inlaid eyes.
The artist has given him a very ornate necklace and matching armbands.
This example displays large floral earrings and a matching lotus, a highly original crown with festoons, Amitabha’s head on top of his chignon.
This remarkable example depicts him wearing a loosely draped dhoti decorated with a floral pattern, geometrical motifs and an incised hem. He is adorned with a low crown with a floral central panel, very large earrings and beaded jewellery inlaid with medium to large turquoise stones and holds a large flat lotus flower.