Armenian Blue Ceramics on an Armenian Church of Mount Zion, Jerusalem

Armenian Blue Ceramics on an Armenian Church of Mount Zion, JerusalemOn the Mount Zion, there are an Armenian church, monastery, and cemetery, all dating back to the 14th century. Armenians say that this has been the home of Caiaphas, where Jesus was arrested before his trial. John 18:24: Then Annas sent Him bound to Caiaphas the high priest.”

Armenian ceramics of Jerusalem is an ancient art of creation of tiles, vases, tableware, and decorations. Ornamented by the images of floral elements, decorative and symbolic drawings, products of Armenian ceramics are performed in unusually vivid colors.

The ceramics of the Armenian church in Jerusalem are remarkable for their uniqueness, as well as interior and exterior décor.

• Armenian blue ceramic cross-stone ornamentations in the Armenian Church of St. Savior on Mount Zion.
• The grand tombs of the Armenian Patriarchs, the leaders of St. Savior Church, decorated with an Armenian cross.
• Armenian blue ceramic cross-stone ornamentations in the Armenian Church of St. Savior on Mount Zion.
• The courtyard altar of St. Savior Church decorated with blue Armenian ceramics.
• The courtyard altar of St. Savior Church decorated with blue Armenian ceramics.


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