The Arthur M. Feldman Gallery collection reveals a broad spectrum of the creativity and fertility of vintage Judaica created during Israel’s first three decades. The many artists creating these objects, though mostly unknown, were inventive, prolific and imaginative. Their handiwork reveals the record of Israeli visual culture of the time. They produced a combination of functional items, souvenirs and household decorations. In recent years these metal objects have become highly collectable-nostalgic mementos-- of their time period. What was once considered ‘kitch’ are now worthy of serious study and collection.