A gilt copper alloy figure of Hayagriva and Vajravarahi
Tibet, circa 17th century
Inlaid silver eyes and bracelets; the three-headed, six-armed, and four-legged Hayagriva stands in pratalidhasana pose, his primary arms embrace his consort Vajravarahi, in his primary left hand he holds a kapala, in the right he holds a pasa, she holds a karttrka and a kapala, both are adorned with a tiger skin, silver bracelets and anklets, earrings, and skull crowns, a horse head arises from Hayagriva's surrounded by great red pigmented flames.
10 1/4 in. (26 cm) high