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Inspiring and living by the Armenian heritage, passionate about the traditions, the people and the everlasting rich history of the culture, Armenian Gift shop was founded upon those riches.

Our primary aim is to preserve and further expand our culture, our heritage and traditions by offering unique gifts representing the Armenian values.

We specialize in a premium range of imprinted personalized products that are unique and one-of-a-kind. Designs that are inspired by the Armenian traditions, symbols, scriptures and alphabet. Imprints that tell a story and represent what it means to be or connect to the Armenian identity and diaspora all over the world.

All the items are carefully thought through, designed and produced with the utmost care. Whether it be for birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, showers, holiday gifts or any other special occasion, if you are looking to gift a special item representing Armenian traditions and culture, we can customize for your special event.


"We are our mountains"
Babig-Mamig monument located in the north of Stepanakert, the capital city of Artsakh. A symbol of the Armenian heritage representing the mountain people of Karabakh.


Mount Ararat
A sacred site for all Armenians. Located in the Armenian Highlands with an elevation of 5,137m, it is a historical part of Armenia where legends hold that it is the resting place of the mythical Noah's Ark. 


Throughout the centuries and the dispersed Armenian diaspora, Armenians have maintained their sense of identity and traditions by embracing their religion, their language, their food and their music.