The Feldman Family Museum of Eastern Arts numbers over 620 items of decorative and applied arts of different countries of the East. Chronologically, the collection ranges from the 14thtothe 20th c.c. The virtual museum features 4 sections, i.e. Jewellery Art of the East (Section 20), Japanese Miniature Plastic Arts (section 21), Decorative and Applied Arts of Japan (section 22) and Decorative and Applied Arts of Indonesia (section 23), which number almost 500 in total.



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The Feldman Family Museum Jewellery Art Collection numbers over 60 exhibits originating from India, Nepal, Turkey, Tibet, Thailand and Indonesia. The earliest manufactured item in the collection dates from the 14th 15thc.c., whereas the latest ones date from the early 20th century. Prevailing in the collection are samples of traditional Indian jewellery, including the renowned Hindu-Muslim, or Mughal, style.
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section 21
The Feldman Family Museum Okimono Collection numbers over 230 works of Japanese master carvers of the turn of the century. Renowned art experts, both in Ukraine and world-wide, agree that by its representativeness and artistic merits of the exhibits, it ranks among the best collections of this kind in Europe. more
section 22
At present the Feldman Family Museum Collection of Japanese decorative and applied arts includes nearly 180 exhibits. Alongside with items of applied miniature plastic art, netsuke, the collection features traditional smoking utensils, kiseru and tobacco-ire, small decorative containers, inro, suspended from the waist-band obi, letter openers and original decorative parts of traditional cold steel, tsuba. more
section 23
Decorative and applied arts of Indonesia at the Feldman Family Museum is mostly represented by kris grips, numbering nearly 30 exhibits, with earliest sample dating to the 17th century, and the latest to the early 20th century. Gathered at one display, the kris grips exemplify the ingenuity of the Indonesian art with its intrinsic conservatism and loyalty to the time-honoured traditions. more