Rishi style mummy mask. Tiny gilded head with a falcon hovering above and enclosing the head with its feathered wings. The deceased is wearing a many layered broad-collar. There is a depiction of a large pendant-winged scarab with outstretched wings hanging below the collar from two long decorated bands. In the bottom part is a 'bib' bearing six columns of inscription with the 'Htp-di-nsw' offering formula but the owner is not identified, as the 7th column is left blank without a name. On the inside of the mask is the representation of Isis and Nephthys. A Wedjat-eye of Horus within a rectangle is painted on each shoulder. The feather pattern may represent the protective wings of Isis or the winged Ba-personality of the deceased. The very small face and feather pattern are characteristic of a “trend” of the late 17th early 18th Dynasty. Types of masks such as this one are referred to as "Rishi" masks after the word "rishi" originally meaning “feathers” in Arabic and designating a decorative feather pattern typically found on the coffins of this period.