Treasures of King Tut is returning home

A bunch of small figures and jewlery that has been illegally taken from the tomb of King Tutankhamun, has been returned from to Egypt after over 50 years local authorities announced this week.

The collection consists of 19 small-scale objects and was given to the Egyptian collection of The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York during the 1920s to the 1940s

Fifteen of the 19 pipes have the status of bits or samples. The remaning four are significant art-historical interest.

said Mohamed Abdel Maksoud the secretary of the Supreme council of Antiquities in a statement.

The collection contains a three-quarter-inch-high dog, part of a handle, a broad collar accompanied by addtional beads and alpis-lazuli sphinx that might have adorned a bracelet worn by King Tut.