Coffin for Tutankhamun's Viscera Rendered in gilded wood and faience, this coffin was specifically designed to hold King Tutankhamun's mummified internal organs, which were believed to be essential equipment for the afterlife.
Cloisonne earring from tomb of Tutankhamun The central feauture is described as a falcon with a duck's head its wings creating a sweeping circle around its head and its talons clutching shen rings, beneath the tail feathers is a bar decorated with circles from which hang five strings of gold and glass beads ending in pendant uraei. | Located in: Egyptian Museum, Cairo.
Painted wooden head of Nefertem or Tutankhamon (1334-1325 a.C.) depending on source.("Nefertem is possibly "beautiful one who closes" or "one who does not close" was originally a lotus flower at the creation of the world, who had arisen from the primal waters. Nefertem represented both the first sunlight and the delightful smell of the blue lotus flower, having arisen from the primal waters within an blue water-lily" --wikipedia)
Small, gold perfume box Egyptian. Can you imagine what a sight the homes of the elite of Egypt were? Such beautiful items, made of gold and gorgeous color inlays...and the architecture! It truly must have been a sight.