The treatment of the sampot with folded-over top is executed with great clarity. In a slightly later example at the Museé Guimet, style of Khleang, additional pleats spring from the fastening at the back of the sampot, anticipating the Baphuon style; see H. Jessup and T. Zephir (eds.), Sculpture of Angkor and Ancient Cambodia, Millenium of Glory, 1997, cat. no. 57, p. 239.