Main hands in prayer, a rosary and a lotus in the others, his legs in the vajra position, this form of Avalokiteshvara is easy to recognise.
The above has an effigy of Amitabha in his headdress and wears a long dhoti incised with flowers and visvajras (double thunderbolt sceptre).
On rare occasions, he holds a wish-granting gem between his main hands. The thin scarf across the breast and forearms is typical of the 16th century.
Like other forms of Avalokiteshvara, he may have an effigy of Amitabha on top of his head.
This small sculpture (only 8 cm tall) with particularly large ears has cold gold and pigments on the face, blue pigment on the hair.
this one wears an ample Chinese-style dhoti with an embroidered hem and a scarf with serpentine ends.