A gilt copper alloy figure of Akshobhya
Nepal or Tibet, 14th century
Cast wearing a diaphanous robe over his powerful frame gathering in elegantly pleated folds over his left shoulder and with a prominent beaded and incised foliate hemline, seated in vajrasana with his hands in bhumisparsa mudra, and adorned with a simple five-petal crown with pleated cloth ties falling behind his pendulous earlobes to his shoulders, his face defined by a curved nose and narrow eyes, the copper base plate with an embossed visvavajra.
10 1/2 in. (26.7 cm) high