$ 26.00

Yerchanig’s, so-called because the jolly proprietor Aram was always happy or “Yerchanig,” was a popular coffee house located in the Armenian quarter of Constantinople (now Istanbul) where notable Armenians would regularly hang out. When the deportations began in 1915, Yerchanig’s was raided, its owner Aram detained and ultimately killed. In a tribute to this fine establishment, the t-shirt features an original 19th century antique engraving of an Ottoman era coffee pot and original Armenian letterpress typography from the era that reads “սրճարան”(srjaran) meaning coffee house in Armenian.

• Unisex

• Soft Cream
• 100% Cotton
• Fashion fit tee 
• Screen printed by hand

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