A similar, slightly smaller (12.7 cm. long) kila cast in bronze is from the Qianxun Pagoda, Yunnan Province, now in the collection of the Yunnan Provincial Museum (fig. 1). Compare also to another small bronze kila (7.2 cm. long) with the handle cast in the form of a wrathful deity, included in the exhibition Art and Faith at the Crossroads: Tibeto-Chinese Buddhist Images and Ritual Implements from the 12th to the 15th Century, Zurich, 2013, no. 9.