FEEFAA Gold, is documentation of hand-made gold jewellery designs in Iraq 1900 – 2000.  FEEFAA exhibits collections of jewellery, their place of origin and information about the goldsmiths. The goal is to provide inspiration for new designers worldwide.
It includes fourteen collections, exhibiting, over 300 pieces of jewellery. 

Items exhibited represents designs influenced by trends, culture, history and surrounding regions.  

FEEFAA is voluntary work of professionals, academics and art lovers, passionately gathered the material and created this documentary.

Best of knowledge, search for information and memory assembled together.

Providing bases for additions, comparison and further studies.  

Participate by submitting articles, collections and goldsmith biographies to FEEFAA. 

FEEFAA will expand its collections to include contemporary jewellery by selected artists in a new section named “exhibitions”.

Posts section includes related articles and memoirs. 

Exhibited jewellery items are grouped by collections, types and subtypes.

Celebrating the addition of the tenth collection “dune”.

Terminologies: Hujil is children anklet; Milwie is women’s anklet, today used as a bracelet; Baswand or Zanadi is arm band; Gardana or Gardunligh is a wide necklace choker; Gou Zair is gold beads 

Terminologies: Mantashi is a large chest brooch; Qobcha is a round brooch made of pearls; Sabah is a bracelet made of several chainsQardon is a chain necklace of a specific design.

Al Nahir Street Goldsmiths, Yousif Askar, Salim Sha’o, Khalil Malallah, and Hashim Al Warid were among the most well known names. 

The gold used mainly is 22 karats known for its distinctive colour and softness.  Eighteen karats gold and lower is not used or very rarely.

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