A very similar treatment of the drapery can be found on a larger white marble sculpture of a bodhisattva in the Cleveland Museum of Art illustrated by S. Matsubara, Chuugoku bukkyo chokokushi ron (The Path of Chinese Buddhist Sculpture), vol. 3, Tang, Five Dynasties, Sung and Taoism Sculpture, Tokyo, 1995, no. 693. The Cleveland sculpture is dated to the early 8th century and attributed to Hebei province. A white marble figure of a seated bodhisattva in the collection of the Shanghai Museum included in the exhibition, Compassion and Fascination, The Chinese Civilisation Centre of City University of Hong Kong, 2003, p. 99, fig. 4, exhibits the same depiction of the dhoti worn over one shoulder and tied around the midriff, but only the Hall figure has the dhoti worn over the necklace.