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Showcasing traditional crafts in many media

Showcasing traditional crafts in many media

Nino Kvavilashvili is the founder and director of Gallery 27, which was established in 2013. She is also one of the founders and board members of the Traditional Handicraft Association of Georgia. Nino’s main activities include textile design in different techniques: batik, shibori, patchwork and quilting. Located in one of the most beautiful historical buildings in the city, Gallery 27 is open every day to present handmade artworks by local artists.

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Where to Buy Handmade Textiles, Souvenirs and Gifts in Tbilisi, Georgia

Where to Buy Handmade Textiles, Souvenirs and Gifts in Tbilisi, Georgia

Forget the mass-produced knickknacks! This guide to independent Tbilisi gift shops shows you where to find the best handmade, authentic and traditional Tbilisi souvenirs.
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Souvenir Guide - What to Buy in Tbilisi

Souvenir Guide - What to Buy in Tbilisi

Georgia has already gained an extremely popular reputation among densely-visited tourist countries. Days spent in Georgia no matter what time of the year it is will never fade away from your memory. The name of the country itself sounds as the title of a song but in this case it is a rock ballad that takes you on an exotic journey.

The most convenient part about Georgian cities is that you choose yourself whether you want to stay in the crowded center or move a little bit farther from noisy parties and events. You can be in the main streets but hide in calm places where nothing and no one will disturb you. It is true that chord of different colors and even emotions will strike you right in the country so be ready to miss Georgia a lot and see it in your best and the most cheerful dreams. In order not to languish after a great trip it is better to purchase interesting souvenirs but be careful – don’t go too far, otherwise you will find yourself without a single coin in your pocket!

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Bring a Memory From Georgia

Bring a Memory From Georgia

Behind these beautiful mirrors there is a small art gallery, where all presented artworks are handmade, crafted by Georgian artists. If you want to get a real nice souvenir from Georgia the “Gallery 27” is frankly the best place for you. Located on Betlemi street, this lovely store offers Georgian traditional blue tablecloths, felt bags and toys created with national technique, hand painted silk scarves, batiks, quilted bags with Georgian unique alphabet, jewelry, knitted hats and much more.

P.S. This historical house is absolutely fabulous building and one of the must see places in Tbilisi!
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36 Hours in Tbilisi

36 Hours in Tbilisi

With chaotic yet charming cobblestone streets, dome-shaped bathhouses steaming with sulfuric waters, and crumbling Soviet factories repurposed as hipster hotels, Tbilisi is a study in contrasts. Capital of Georgia and the heart of the Caucasus, the city teems with riches: cathedrals that rise in the hills like layer cakes; hidden cafes bursting with bric-a-brac, and a bohemian art scene that is slowly peeling away the Soviet grit from this survivalist town to reveal a vibrant creative core. Conquered and reconquered for centuries, Tbilisi now wears its battle scars with pride. From its medieval fortress walls to its buzzing new luxury boutiques, this East-meets-West city offers something for everyone.
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High quality locally made handmade artworks since 2013

High quality locally made handmade artworks since 2013

"We strive to find and attract artists, designers or craftsmen across Georgia who create something special and valuable. Here you will find traditional blue tablecloths and enamel jewelry, as well as hand-painted colored scarves, wall hangings that will add even more warmth and coziness to your home, as well as leather and ceramics that still retains the author’s hand warmth – a handmade item is just another energy carrier"!

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