Sterling Silver, Natural Stones: lapis lazuli, turquoise, rhodonite
"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".
Arm Root was founded in 2011 by Tatevik Hovakimyan, an artisan from Armenia passionate about creating modern jewelry inspired by ancient Armenian motifs found throughout the region’s rich history. Aiming to preserve the age-old tradition of silver art, each piece, created using modern technology, carries the rich culture and traditions of the Van and Urartu kingdoms and features patterns inspired by Armenian architecture and khachkars (cross-stones).