His head features a lifelike tilt and is flanked by convoluted ears of great depth. Beneath the keenly engraved crown is a semblance of the third eye and the tilak indicative of His parentage between His brow. A complete tusk peaks out from one side of the long, narrowing, serrated trunk. The chaturbhujadhari (four-armed) Lord is clad in a short dhoti, in keeping with the norms of how little boys in India are dressed. His shringar comprises a bunch of necklaces on His clavicles and bracelets on His limbs.
He stands on an upturned lotus featuring gigantic gold petals. The same is placed atop an engraved pedestal with extensions on all four corners, making the work of art convenient to carry. Note the childlike yet all-knowing gaze of Ganesha, and the laddo in His anterior left hand, without which His iconography would be incomplete.