The treatment of the facial features, pose and draping suggest this sculpture of the buddha holding a large bowl was made in Jammu and Kashmir (see the Met collection). He wears a garland of flowers and a large open lotus decorates his halo.
This fragment, probably from a portable shrine, is obviously related to a 7th century ivory set attributed to Jammu Kashmir on the Huntington Archive .
The same goes for this fragment.
10th century, Jammu and Kashmir (labelled ‘Swat Valley’), bronze, private collection, photo on Hardt Compare with a circa 9th century crowned buddha at the Met , same tall crown with crescent moon and flower design, same flowing ribbons, same type of jewellery, same backplate. On this example the kneeling attendant has a yaksha appearance, with a fan-shaped hair bunch and snake adornments; he holds a long garland or snake.