Drop length: 2 1/2 Inches; Width: 1 3/8 Inches
The birth of each and every piece of jewelry brings about amazing feelings, with each piece being a carrier of a genetic history and memory.
Daghdghan used to be a wooden talisman widely used in the household by Armenian people. Daghdghan was hung above the door at the entrance or on jugs. It was also made for people and animals. Daghdghan was made through use of special ornaments and carving techniques, while the master was supposed to have positive thoughts and refrain from any kind of negativity when making the talisman because these thoughts were believed to pass on to the person the talisman was being made for.
The uniqueness of Daghdghan was that it was made from the wood of the holy tree of daghdghan. Our jewels are made with love and warmth; multiply your love and warmth by wearing them or giving them to your loved ones as a gift!
In Armenian Highlands, gold and silver have been broadly used since copper-stone age (Eneolithic- 5-6 BC). Many testimonies have been maintained on Armenian rich mines in Greek-Roman historians’ records as well (this is also evidenced by archaeological wealthy findings). Afterwards, Gold and Silver Art became widely spread separate and most prestigious branches of Decorative Applied Art.
Arm Root was founded by Tatev Hovakimyan from Armenia targeted to create modern jewelry based on new technologies through maintaining culture and rich traditions of silver art for age.