A rectangular box in the form of a shrine with a convex lid as the shrine's ceiling. An ink inscription states that it belonged to His Majesty King Tutankhamun when he was a child; it most probably, contained his toys.
This chest with colored ivory panels shows Tutankhamun, on the short (front) side, sitting and shooting wildfowl and fish, and his wife sits at his legs. On the lid, the queen is giving the king bouquets of lotus and of papyri.
Two of King Tutankhamun's enemies are represented on the cane. The first one is a hairy Asian whose hands, face, and feet are made of ivory to imitate his white skin. The second enemy is an African whose face and limbs are made of ebony that simulates his dark skin.