Few other examples of this size and quality in public or private collections are published; compare a smaller example in the Berti Aschmann Collection, see H. Uhlig, On the Path to Enlightenment, 1995, cat. no. 21, as well as the the gilt bronze figure of Vairocana in the same collection, cat. no. 26, for a similar sensitivity in the execution of the limbs, toes and fingers; and a gilt bronze figure of Vajrasattva, in P. Pal, Art of the Himalayas, Treasures from Nepal and Tibet, 1991, cat. no. 70, attributed to Tibet or Nepal.