Generally speaking, the U Thong Buddha images are mostly seated and always in the attitude of subduing Mara or calling the Earth to witness.
The hair, treated in small curls, is outlined by a narrow band across the forehead. The drapery leaves the right shoulder exposed and has a long rectangular flap, cut strait at the end, across the left shoulder, the undergarment is indicated by a slight projection at the waist, to which a flat belt is sometime added. These images are usually bronze but very rarely stone or wood.
It is unfortunate that the architectural style of the U Thong period is rather obscure as only few buildings can be attributed to nowadays.