This square exception designed ring hs 4 different ornaments from all the sides. It includes different ornaments from Armenian MARASH, AYNTAB, JANIAK needleworks and embroideries.
Armenian Embroidery has a rich history, traditions, and techniques...
The design of the item was taken from the patterns of Armenian Marash Needlework. Needlework has got its name from the historical city Marash of Western Armenian (nowaday Turkey), where the Armenians used to make that kind of needlework with a special technique, designs, and ornaments typical only to that city.
So later the name of needlework was famous from the city name Marash.
Ayntab was a city of Cilicia in Historical Armenia (Nowadays Turkey), where the Armenians used to do needlework with a special technique, designs, and ornaments typical only to that city. Usually, it was done on white textiles with silk threads by filament technique.
So later the name of needlework was famous from the city name Ayntab.
Armenian JANIAK (LACE) is one of the greatest and unique types of needlework, which was and still continues to be alive in Armenia...
The creation of the NAKSHOON Ring was inspired by Lace delicate ornaments and patterns... It's a way to keep the pattern of Marash needlework alive and world-famous.
This Ring is both daily and for special occasions.