A New Online Gift Store Personalizes Ceramics and Other Gift Items Using the Armenian, English and Arabic Alphabets; http://www.myarmeniangifts.com

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Hygagan Gifts at http://www.myarmeniangifts.com specializes in personalizing ceramic decorative items in Armenian, English and Arabic. The owners use labor intensive methods to give the products a higher artistic value and durability.

Dearborn Heights, MI (PRWEB) October 6, 2010
Hygagan Gifts was established in 1985. After a trial period in 2009, the owners decided to go online in 2010. From the start their mission was to provide the international communities living in the United States with gift items that help keep their heritage and language alive. My Armenian Gifts's customer service goal is simple: it is committed to making its customers totally happy with each and every item they purcahse.

Anouche, a customer, wrote to Hygagan Gifts saying, "Sunday was the shower and these coffee cups went over great. Everyone else brought pots and pans and mixers but these cups beat the record. What could be more appropriate and Armenian than welcoming your guests with Armenian Coffee in coffee cups that express in Armenian 'PAREE EGAR'."

Hygagan gifts is dedicated to serving the Christian Armenian and Arabic communities originally from the Middle-East. It produces simple yet beautiful everyday ceramic items to preserve these ancient heritages. The products include hand assembled clocks, decorative plaques and plates such as "Home Sweet Home" with special traditional expressions in Armenian and Arabic, Bible Verses printed on plaques and crosses, demitasse coffee cups for drinking strong Middle-Eastern coffee and even coffee and sugar canisters, salt and pepper shakers, and bread and cheese dishes.

"Hygagan Gifts" strives to keep prices low and even hand delivers items in some cases to save the customers shipping costs if they live in the vicinity of Detroit.

"Hygagan Gifts" recently added two new and outstanding lines of products. The first is a book section and the featured book is Elizabeth Bouladian's Pages from the Heart. It describes her experiences in war-torn Beirut from 1975-1990. The book is a memoir which includes her life as a PTSD sufferer. It speaks of good times and bad times. It describes childhood, young adulthood, and being stigmatized as mentally ill. It ends triumphantly as her faith, her mother along with two loving aunts push her forward and upward.

The book is short and takes the average reader an hour and a half to read. Its style is simple narrative poetry. Anyone can view comments on the book by various reviewers on amazon.com and barnesandnoble.com.

The book is available at http://www.myarmeniangifts.com or Hygagan Gifts.

The second line is T-shirts, aprons, caps and "green" shopping bags. Items are made from good quality fabric and are top of the line products that feature writings such as "I love Bachigs" in Armenian and English, and "Hygagen eh Badvagan eh" or as "Hygagan Gifts" chose to translate it "Armenian Pride".

Myarmeniangifts.com is committed to serving the Middle-Eastern Community living in the United States by adding everything that is of interest to the community and its enrichment.

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