Seated on an animal skin over a throne supported by two lions and a yaksha, Thangtong (also spelt Tangtong) Gyalpo holds a chain in his right hand and a long-life vase (kalash) in the other.
Here the long-life vase is missing and all that remains is a sharp piece of metal in his palm. The right hand (with a broken finger) probably holds a pill between thumb and forefinger.
A more modern image of him seated on his cloak, over a tiger skin placed on two cushions, a chain next to him, a bowl in his right hand, a long braid of thick hair arranged around his head.
A back view confirms that he sits on his cloak.