Handcrafted replicas of King Tut's royal accessories: his majestic crook (heka)-- bent staff-- and noble flail (nekhakha), or beaded stick. Usually held across the chest of kings, these regal objects were insignias of a Pharaoh's rulership and signified the king's roles as the provider of food as well as the shepherd for his people; these items were also the Pharaoh's primary link to Osiris, god of the underworld. The final touch of completion for any pharaoh's regalia collection!
Posted by Unknown on 20th Nov 2013
Kyle Design did a great job overall and i'm happy with the speed of the shipment and the quality of the product.
Posted by Lia M. on 16th Oct 2013
I just got this item in the mail and the quality of the materials high and the overall look is very nice. My son who is very much into Egyptian everything these days will be thrilled. Shipping was fast. I highly recommend this item, it's expensive but worth it.
Posted by David on 10th Oct 2013
This crook & flail compliment my Egyptian Pharaoh costume perfectly. Both are sturdy and professionally designed and constructed. Ordering was easy and shipping was fast.