King Tut’s gold mask ranks first among the top ten priceless treasures in the world. It was found in the tomb of ancient Egyptian Pharaoh King Tut for more than 3300 years. After 19 years of excavation, his mummy was excavated with a gold mask on his head. The mask is just the size of his face.
The whole King Tut mask is made of gold foil and inlaid with gemstones and colored glass. It looks very luxurious and beautiful as a whole. King Tut’s gold mask symbolizes the Egyptian civilization at that time. The forehead is decorated with Eagle God and Cobra God, symbolizing upper and lower Egypt. A beard hangs below, symbolizing Osiris, the God of the underworld.