The deity seated in vajrasana on a double lotus base, the hands in vitarkamudra crossed in front of the chest, wearing a dhoti and several hardstones inlaid jewels. The head with an ornamented crown, the hair arranged in an elegant topknot surmounted by a jewel and with scarves fluttering at his shoulders. The ears with big earrings, the eye half-closed and with a benevolent expression. The base sealed. Two floral stems holding his attributes the vajra and the bell (ghanta), on each side.
Vajradhara literally “The Vajra Holder” is personification of the primordial Buddha, he is particularly revered by the Kagyu and the the Gelup schools.
See Himalayan Art Ressources, n°1658 (a very similar Vajradhara figure from 15th century)