The double thunderbolt sceptre (visvajra) at the front of his hat identifies this lama as one of the past karmapas (head of the Karma Kagyu school of buddhism).
We can see from this image that there is a crescent moon + sun symbol above the visvajra, and a lotus bud finial at the very top. His face is painted with cold gold and pigments, the hair is dyed blue.
Since no name is written on the base, it is impossible to say which of the past karmapas this is. There had only been 10 karmapas by the 17th century (all men), some of them easy to identify, others whose features vary considerably. We have seen a sculpture of Mikyo Dorje, the 8th karmapa, with a similar bone structure but this may be someone else.
An obviously younger man, with a different bone structure.
In theory, the shamarpa hat is red, with a triple gem at the front (but we have seen some who have a visvajra and are identified through an inscription on the base of the sculpture) and with clouds on the sides, near to the front panel. This unknown personage could be a karmapa.