Necklaces and pendants

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This pendant cross is made by the example of a 11th – 12th century hand cross of bronze made in Ani.
12,000 AMD

Breast ornament

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The bases of the breast ornament is the ornament of the 22nd-21st cc. BC found in Karashamb, in the centre of which is a reddish-brown milky-veined agate pendant of an irregular oval shape.
125,000 AMD
The pendant bears the pattern of an embroidered carpet of Artsakh dating from the 17th century.
60,000 AMD

CROSS

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According to the ceremonial rite, each cross used in religious worship must be revered, blessed and anointed in five places: the centre and the four arms, i.e. the Eye, the Crown, the Stem, the Right Arm and the Left Arm. Usually a precious stone or a stone of little value, occasionally a relic, is placed in the Eye.
19,000 AMD

Doves

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The pendant, similar to Mush’s forehead adornment, is made of silver.
60,000 AMD

Doves

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The pendant, similar to Mush’s forehead adornment, is made of silver.
53,000 AMD
This necklace of exquisite taste is a reproduction of the breast adornment with gold and cornelian beads, which has come down to us from the period of 22nd- 20th centuries BC (Karashamb).
119,000 AMD
The pendant is made similar to the Karashamb’s ritual battle-axe.
9,000 AMD
The pendant is made similar to the Karashamb’s ritual battle-axe.
20,000 AMD
The pendant is made similar to the Karashamb’s ritual battle-axe.
7,500 AMD
The earrings are made in the likeness of a Vaspurakan amulet, dating back to the 19th century.
55,000 AMD

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