The applied art collection has 2,420 articles. The collection mainly includes the belongings left after the Bukharan emir. These are crockery items, furniture, and jewelry artifacts.

The most impressive is the collection of the jewelry artifacts such as the golden plate and earrings (2nd c. BC) found in the burial mounds of the Bukhara region. There are great quantities of women's and men's jewelry articles of the 19th- 20th centuries.

The museum has spectacular collection of silver dishes such as the tea- and dinnerwares, wineglasses, and cases for the Koran.

Золотая плакетка с изображением лика женщины-богини
I век до н.э.-II век н.э.
27х27 мм, вес 1,2 граммов.

Бляхи-нашивки из серебра и золота прикреплялись к верхней одежде женщин и предохраняли её от сглаза и "злых духов"

Золотая серьга амфоровидной формы-
I век до н.э.- II век н.э.

Bukhara state architectural art museum-preserve, 2002.


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