This painted quartzite statue depicts King Tutankhamun. Despite its state of preservation, the facial features of the king, enhanced with color, preserve a youthful and serene expression.
He wears the Nemes headdress, which was once topped by the double crown and adorned with the frontal cobra. The rest of his clothing includes a ceremonial beard, broad collar and the traditional pleated kilt.
A dagger with a falcon-headed handle is slipped under his belt, which is decorated with a pattern of broken lines. On the belt buckle, the name of the young king was replaced by that of King Horemheb.