China Industrial Arts Gallery is located at the Fuxingmennei Avenue in Xicheng District, Beijing. It is the first state rank industrial arts museum of China that assembles the classic and precious industrial arts collections at the present age. It was opened at 1990 and the great Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping wrote the name of the gallery.
The building of the gallery, which combined the traditional architecture style with the modern ornamental arts, has strong folk characteristics. It composes of the Introduction Hall, the Exhibition Hall and the Treasure Hall. When you entered the gallery, you will see the large-scale copper-caved decorations with the theme Star flashing in the Divine Land embedded in the wall, which represents the splendid achievements of Chinese industrial arts with 5,000 history. The exhibition assembles the prime of the contemporary Chinese industrial arts gallery with the main kinds of the jade article, ivory carving, wood and stone carving, pottery, lacquer, voile, embroidery, cloisonn, silver and golden decorations, tin ware and spot copper. With many classic and rare collections, the Treasure Hall is the elegant palace of the Chinese arts gem. Besides the exhibition, one can also buy some souvenirs in the gallery.