From the time of the New Kingdom, during the treatment of the body with natron salts in the mummification process, gold sheaths were placed on the fingers to prevent them from breaking off. These are three of the twenty found on the mummy of the king; ten were for the hands, like these, and were decorated with gold rings and ten were for the feet.
Prince Ptahshepses is shown seated on both sides of the belt buckle. In his right hand he holds a long staff, which is dominated by two falcons representing Horus. The falcons hold the Shen sign in their claws.
A headband in three parts: the first part is a flat rectangular headband with two small side bands. The second part is a gold circle soldered onto the middle of the headband, and the third part is an interior copper band covered with gold sheet.
The pair of sandals is made of leather with depictions of four human figures on the soles representing Asian and African neighbors who were the traditional enemies of Egypt. The king would trample on them with every step.