Armenian Initial Keychain "Gehn"


Key chain
(Number: GKC0007)

Language(s): Eastern Armenian, Western Armenian

The name of this letter is pronounced “gehn” (rhymes with “den”) and represents the phonetic sound of the Spanish “C” (as in “Corazon”); some dialects pronounce this as “G” (as in “garden”). Reinterpreted here in a contemporary style, it is the 15th letter of the alphabet. 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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