Ushnishavijaya in her popular three-head and eight-hand form, an effigy of Amitabha in her top right hand, the left one displays the fear-allaying gesture, a long-life vase in the lower left hand, the lower right one displays the gesture of supreme generosity. The missing attributes are a visvajra at heart level in her main hands, a bow and an arrow in her middle hands.
Another silver sculpture with cold gold on the face and a gilt metal lotus base, her hands in a slightly different position, the arrow still in place.
On this third silver image her third eye is clearly visible.
Alternatively, she holds the visvajra in one of her main hands and a lasso in the other.
Undated, Tibet, Ushnishavijaya (copper alloy with silver and copper inlay), private collection, photo on Himalayan Art Resources
An early mixed-style work with Indian features such as the pose, the treatment of the eyes and the use of copper and silver inlay on her garment…
18th century, Tibet, Ushnishavijaya, gilt copper alloy, turquoise and cold gold, private collection, photo by on Bonhams