A functional replica of the Ivory throwing stick found in the tomb of King Tut. We were not able to use real ivory or gold of course, but this impact resistant faux ivory replica flew very well as a successful experiment to test the bird hunting non returning boomerangs/throwing stick models found in the tomb of King Tut in Howard Carter's 1922 world famous find. Photo shows the original with gold cap shown in Museums today. The last photo shows a collections of bird hunting sticks from King Tut's originals, and our replica is of the ivory one in the middle of the group. Our model here is 23 inches long, and shows the proper lift and climbing flight of a bird hunting throwing stick, going about 60 to 70 yards before climbing and returning a little before dropping back to the ground. This product was not made for display, but is meant for flight testing experiments and throwing in the open fields.