This alabaster boat stands on a base representing a square pool.
The one-handled alabaster vase has a bulging body, high narrow neck, and a graceful spout. It contained oils and other materials for the deceased king to use in the afterlife.
This block statue of Hor-Sa-Iset depicts him squatting on a low base with his arms crossed on his knees. He holds a plant sculpted with full details.
The bottle is in the shape of a woman. A handle starts at the back of her head and goes all the way down her back. The short neck of the bottle with its wide lip is above her head.
This block must have served a ritual purpose. It was probably an altar upon which gifts of food and flowers were placed for a person of high social status.
This alabaster canopic chest is considered to be one of the finest masterpieces of Tutankhamun's collection.
This lamp was modeled as a chalice on a four-legged stand. When it is lit, the paintings on the outer surface of the inner chalice are visible through the translucent stone.
This cosmetic pot bears a relief of a monkey climbing underneath the spout. On the other side of the pot there is a picture of two vultures, the heads of which form the base of the handle.
Cosmetic and Medical Equipment
This chalice in the form of a lotus bears the names and titles of King Tutankhamun. The handle is a lotus flower and bud supporting the symbol of eternal life.
This flask shows the Nile god as a human figure with a big belly and breasts. He wears a crown adorned with the lotus and the papyrus.
These four alabaster jars contained packages in the shape of human mummies, each wrapped in cloth and topped with a small gilded mask.
This group statue portrays King Tuthmosis the First, Queen Ahmose-Nefertari (mother of Hatshepsut), and the god Amun-Re sitting on a bench with entwined arms.
The alabaster head of the statue portrays a man wearing a short wig in the shape of a skullcap. The head was painted in black to define the hair, the cosmetic lines of the eyes, and the mustache.
This statue represents Horemhy kneeling and holding a plinth, or slab, surmounted by a ram's head. Horemhy is dressed in a puff dress with wide sleeves.
This statue represents Isis kneeling and holding on her lap a small figure of the mummy of Osiris on a rectangular tablet.
This statue depicts Nakhtmuti kneeling and holding a stela. He wears a wig and a pleated garment over which he wears the sacerdotal, or priestly, panther skin.
This cylindrical alabaster jar, used as an unguent or perfume container, is a masterpiece of unusual form and design.
This is one of the ornamental vases of King Tutankhamun. The upper part consists of a flask, which once contained the perfume.
The vase was found in the tomb of King Tutankhamun. It was used to store precious oils and cosmetics for the king to use in the netherworld. The decoration represents the union of the two lands, symbolized by the lotus and the papyrus.
According to the features of the statue, the deep eye cavities, the channels of beard and the royal head cloth, this sphinx may be attributed to the reign of Tutankhamun.