The altar curtain of the church is a quadrangular piece of green satin, with additions in red silk at the right and left borders, and sumptuous embroidery. In the centre of the embroidered altar curtain of the church, Hripsimé, the saint virgin nun, is shown standing in the three-domed arch surrounded by floral ornamentation.  Her head is crowned, and has a halo.  Her hands are extended in the praying gesture.  There is an inscription around her head: “Saint virgin Hripsimé with the thirty-seven [...]

The statuette represents a deity patronizing fertility. She is shown sitting with her gaze fixed upwards. Her head is small, her face is oval-shaped and flat. Her forehead is narrow and her big nose is sticking out. Her eyes are marked as round depressions and her mouth is a small crack. Around her short neck are incisions in relief imitating a twisted necklace. Her breast is decorated with an ornament of horizontal bead strings. The cloak covering the woman’s shoulders and back is edged with fu [...]