I have previously reported that Tutankhamiun's tomb will not be re-opening and instead tourists will be encoraged to visit a replica recreated near the Carter House. Details of the replica tomb are now starting to emerge and excitingly it will recreate the decoration of the tomb as it was found in 1922/23. As The Art Newspaper reports, (with picture) a missing relief of Isis will be restored. The replica is being created by Factum Arte and the director says:
Check the link above for more details and a picture.
Included in the facsimile will be a lost “Isis” fragment known only from a photograph taken by Harry Burton shortly after Carter’s discovery of the tomb in 1922. The 1.8m x 1.4m fragment is from the southeast corner of the Throne Room. The photograph, now at Oxford’s Griffith Institute, shows that Carter had carefully removed the fragment and placed it in a wooden box filled with bran. “It’s most likely in a storeroom in Egypt,” said Lowe, who consulted several Egyptologists when creating the colour copy. “The aim of this type of reconstruction of missing parts of important sites is to focus attention on the biography and movement of things—once an object becomes the focus of attention new information about it normally emerges. In this case, I am hoping [the fragment] might be found,” said Lowe.
If you are interested in the work that Factum Arte has been doing on the replica tomb, then I recommend the coverage on the Factum Arte site, which has a video you can watch as well. The page gives some more information about the location of the Isis scene. If I read the page correctly, they are also recontructing one or more broken seals.