Film, Video Armenian Traditional Endband

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Armenian Traditional Endband
Expert in Armenian binding Tamara Ohanyan illustrates the steps involved in making an Armenian endband, most often seen on canonical bindings dating from the 11th through 18th century from historical Armenian lands.
Event Date
April 19, 2021
Running Time
31 minutes 14 seconds
Online Format

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