King Neferhotep

Middle Kingdom, Dynasty 13, reign of Neferhotep, ca. 1750 BCE
Abydos, EEF, 1901-02
Gift of the Egypt Exploration Fund, 1903, OIM 8303

(From museum info card):
"The king shown here wears the most characteristic form of the royal regalia: a striped fabric head cover (nemes) that was probably supported by a lightweight framework. Its two lappets lie on each side of the chest, and the back was gathered into a tail along the spine. Colored representations show that the nemes was striped blue and gold, as is the example on the colossal statue of Tutankhamun exhibited" on this page and this page.