The level of detail projected onto the brass composition is superb. Their respective composures of countenance are of sheer ananda (bliss) to be in each other's company. The lifelike drape of the silks that clothe them, the ample shringar that graces their persons. The towering buns atop their heads, His held in place with a peacock feather as is the norm in His iconography, Hers with streams of gold. There is no mistaking the dynamic stance of the figurines. From Krishna's neck tilted graciously in the direction of His dancing lover and the smooth musculature of His contorted torso, to Radha's stance caught amidst graceful motion. The pedestal they are on is a wider version of the traditional inverted lotus pedestal, placed on a quadrilateral block engraved with lotus petals.