Compare the similar gilt-bronze bodhisattva, also with three pearls centering the crown, in the collection of the Denver Art Museum, illustrated in Hai-wai Yi-zhen (Chinese Art in Overseas Collections: Buddhist Sculpture), Taipei, 1986, p. 191, no. 176. Several other similar large gilt-bronze figures of bodhisattavas are in the Chang Foundation, Taipei, and illustrated by J. Spencer, Buddhist Images in Gilt Metal, Taipei, 1993, nos. 37-39. All share the same fineness of casting and the delicacy of detail, especially in the jewelry.