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DRESSED SMALL BEAR BEIGE 5
Small Beige Bear, Khakis, Sweater Flags: Each bear takes over 15 hours to make, is 100% handmade, and no two are the same. The small bears measures 27 cm (approx. 10.6″) tall, and the joints rotate a full 360 degrees for unconstrained imagination. Bear comes in a linen pouch with drawstring closure.
ARMENIAN TRICOLOR CROSS BRACELET
Elastic Armenian Tricolor Cross Bracelet with zirconium crystals
ARMENIAN HAYASTAN – LARGE RED ORNAMENT
3″x3″x3″ Armenian Hayastan – Large RED Ornament
Beautiful glass ornaments hand-painted with a bit of
whimsy and a lot of care. A wonderful assortment of original works, as
well as, some fun favorites too!
Each ornament is tied with a beautiful coordinating
hanging ribbon. A classic white gift box and colorful tissue make it the
perfect gift for the holidays or for any occasion.
All painted free-hand, each ornament takes on its own
unique character – no two are exactly alike.
ARARAT OVEN MITTS AND HOT PLATES
Ararat Oven Mitts and Hot Plates
2 Ararat Oven Mitts
2 Ararat Hot Plates
KARIN/ERZROUM COLLECTIBLE DOLLS
Karin/Erzroum Collectible Dolls
This item is not a toy and comes as a male/female set.
Population: prior to 1915, about 120,000
Mainly engaged in metalworking, the city was of major economic importance due to its proximity to highways and trading posts for silk, cotton, fabrics, spices and coffee.
Armenian Vegan: A Pure Vegan Cookbook With 200+ Recipes Using No Animal Products Ready to enter a whole new world of nourishing meals? Need a break from steak? Eager to taste the culinary treasures of Armenian hospitality? Armenian Vegan invites you to do all three, in the comfort of your own kitchen. All the meals (and snacks!) are here: Breakfast, Soups, Salads, delicious Entrees, Breads, Desserts, and more—all carefully chosen and offered from the great tradition of meatless Armenian meals.
Included are all your favorites: Stuffed Grape Leaves, Rice and Bulghour Pilaf, Vegetable Medleys, Paklava, Hearty Breads–all given with carefully chosen ingredients and easy-to-follow preparations. In addition to all the Classic Armenian vegan recipes, author Dikranouhi Kirazian adds her own delightful touches to these favorites–and to new recipes she herself has created. The results are meals that are healthful, easy to prepare, and appealing to all Vegans.
Armenian Vegan will open up a whole new world of culinary delight — meals that will satisfy discriminating tastes and motivate you to add your own creative touches. Whatever and whoever you’re preparing for, these recipes will be a joy to make and a delight to your family and friends. Welcome to Armenian Vegan!
HISTORIC ARMENIA AFTER 100 YEARS
One hundred years after the Medz Yeghern, the Armenian homeland remains unknown to many Armenians and non-Armenians alike. The new book “Historic Armenia After 100 Years” by Matthew Karanian (Stone Garden Press, Pub. February 15, 2015) seeks to change this.
There are many reasons that the Armenian homeland has remained off the map for travelers during the past century. The descendants of the Armenians who survived the Medz Yeghern—the Great Crime, the Armenian Genocide—often choose not to return to their homeland because the memories that they received from their ancestors are so painful.
Others choose not to visit historic Armenia because they believe that their presence there will provide economic support to the people who have wrongfully displaced the native Armenians….click here to read more.
These are all handmade and therefore all different in style and color.
We can only give you a description containing the predominant color to give you an idea of what it looks like.
Available predominant colors for this product are: Light Green, Light Blue, Dark Blue, Dark Green, Pink/Orange, Black
Please specify color preference in an email or note when ordering.
ALPHABET POT HOLDER – TARAZ
This fabulous pot holder is made of fabrics woven in
Alexandria, Egypt and sewn in Vardenis Armenia. The same fabric comes in
an oven mitt.
HAND MADE APRON – TARAZ 1
Hand Made Apron – Taraz 1
Due to the hand made nature of each of our products, the item you receive will look slightly different than the thumbnail. Each thumbnail depicts the general idea of what the apron will look like however.
CERAMIC HANDPAINTED BOWL INTRICATE DARK BLUE
Ceramic Handpainted Bowl (10cm diameter) – Intricate Dark Blue
Due to the handcrafted nature of these items, bowls may look different than picture. We’ll try to match styles as close as possible in each case.
BACKGAMMON (LARGER BOARD)
Mother of Pearl Inlay design with pieces and dice.
Board measures 18″x18″ when open
Baklava – 2 BOXES OF 8 PIECES EACH
Baklava – 2 BOXES OF 8 PIECES EACH
JOHN BILEZIKJIAN ARMENIAN CONNECTION
John Bilezikjian – Armenian Connection
1. Nina Nai Nai-Zelevo-Halay
2. Kez Chem Morana
3. Ghum Ghuma – Ari Jan
4. Hey Valla
5. Husseini Taksim
6. Saren Hova
8. Armenian Medley (Hangardz Desa-Adzehtzzek Tara – Mer Anooshig – Golkhozi Agchig – Hampartzoom Yayl)
9. Selections from The Caucasus Republics
10. In this Life
ARMENIAN GLASS POMEGRANATE SET
Armenian Glass Pomegranate – SET
1 of each of the 3 sized Pomegranates
Roughly 4″H X 4″W X 4″D – Large Pomegranate
Roughly 3.5″H X 3.5″W X 3.5″D – Medium Pomegranate
Roughly 3″H X 3″W X 3″D – Small Pomegranate
RECIPE BOOK – SIMPLY ARMENIAN
Simply Armenian – Naturally Healthy Ethnic Cooking Made Easy – Softcover Book
About the Food
Rather than rely on condiments, sauces, or lots of seasonings, Armenian dishes depend upon the food itself, or the combination of foods, to give fine flavor. The cuisine relies heavily on bulgur (cracked wheat) and lentils for bulk and substance. Lots of vegetables extend the dishes, which are eaten with large quantities of bread, especially flatbread. Other than salt and black pepper, cayenne (hot red pepper) and cumin are the spices most often used.
Although Simply Armenian is not a vegetarian cookbook, many of the recipes are meat-free. This bias is due to historical influences. First, traditionally, Armenians farmed the soil or tended orchards. Second, for nearly two millennia Armenians have been Christians, and the Armenian Orthodox calendar has more than 180 fasting days a year! On those days, the faithful are asked to abstain from eating dishes containing animal products, including dairy….Click here to read more.
POBIG DODIG – ԲՈՊԻԿ ՏՈՏԻԿ Board Book
Բոպիկ Տոտիկ (Pobig Dodig)
Board book about a day in the life of a baby. The text consists of two rhyming words on each spread. The illustrations are bright and simple. Written and illustrated by Alik Arzoumanian. Published by Kirk Mirk.
Format: Board Book | 6″x 6” | 16 pages
Language: Western Armenian
ADULT TSHIRT2 – ARMENIAN PRIDE T-Shirt
Armenian Pride Black T-shirt
Armenian Flag on front left chest with ARMENIA written on the bottom
Armenian Pride with the Armenian Coat of Arms on back of shirt
ARMENIAN BEACH TOWEL
30×60 Full Color Cotton/Microfiber Edge to Edge Printed Beach Towel