Armenian Initial Keychain "Dyun"


Key chain
(Number: GKC0014)

Language(s): Eastern Armenian, Western Armenian

The name of this letter is pronounced “Dyun” (rhymes with 1st syllable in “uniform”) and represents the phonetic sound of the Spanish “T” as

“tequila.” As the 31st letter of the alphabet, it transliterates as the letter “T” in English. Collect this symbol of an ancient culture, or give it as a gift that is sure to be cherished.

Beautifully plated and polished, this solid metal keychain represents a letter from the Armenian alphabet invented over 1600 years ago. Measuring approximately 1 to 1.5 inches square (initial only), they easily clip on to key rings, purses, book bags or belt loops to make a contemporary fashion statement. It comes elegantly gift-boxed for easy gift-giving, and includes a booklet profiling the history of the Armenian alphabet and characteristics of the letter.

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