This gilded wooden statue of Tutankhamun depicts the pharaoh wearing the following items:
--A headdress: possibly a cloth Nemes Headdress with a uraeus (cobra) on the front. The uraeus is a symbol of nobility and is a common addition to any of the various royal headdresses.
--A wide collar that is most likely created through intricate beading. These collars, generally, were not solid pieces of metal as they appear.
--A pectoral: a large amulet or pendant necklace that generally carried religious significance.
--A schenti: a wrapped linen skirt. It is possibly pleated.
--An apron: this is depicted with a large triangle. They could be heavily decorated with jewels, and were most likely ceremonial rather than functional.
--Sandals: possibly made of papyrus or rushes (reed-like plants) and gold.