TSV Holding was established to popularize Georgia and its culture. Starting with the export of Georgian exclusive products, including tourism development and charity activities, TSV Holding is working in a number of directions to fulfill its core mission.
We can proudly say that we have the opportunity to offer people around the world premium tours in Georgia. TikaTours specializes in luxury journeys to less-traveled destinations and warmly welcomes everyone to places of extraordinary culture and history, geographical diversity and startling beauty.
On the other side of our holding, we’ve dedicated ourselves to production of exclusive, exotic Georgian products including tea and wine. Tika Svanidze Vancko Estate Winery offers a wide variety of distinct Georgian wine varietals. Every wine bottle tells a story from ancient Georgian wine-making culture and history. Wine bottles offer a glimpse of a country where wine was first invented.
We have created TSV Society in order to unite Diaspora Alliance For Georgia, Georgian Cultural Center In The Kingdom of Netherlands and The First International Georgian Diaspora Online School.
Getting to Know Georgia by Its Exclusive Products
works with a mission to introduce exclusive Georgian products to the world and bring thousands of years old Georgian history back to life.
has a very specific vision and goals to accomplish in the post-pandemic world. Estates’ mission is to allow international audiences to get to know Georgian history, culture and travel destinations by acquiring unique Georgian products.
We built the brand around Georgia's rich history. TSV Estate builds on Georgia’s rich traditions and offers a glimpse of history and wine-making culture through branding based on archeological and historical findings.
IV Century B.C.
Georgia, Gold-rich Colchis – discoid ornamented plate, gold.
This necklace with ornaments of animal and decorative representations was worn by Colchian woman in the second half of IV century B.C.
IV-III Century B.C.
Georgia, Gold-rich Colchis – bracelet with Lion Finials, gold.
This golden bracelet with female lion finals was also worn by Colchian woman in the second half of IV century B.C. The bracelet clearly showcases high cultural level of the society to which she belonged to. Findings from this period includes a series of luxurious tombs and chapels.
V Century B.C.
Georgia, Gold-rich Colchis – necklace with pendants of tortoise, gold.
This necklace with ornaments of tortoise representations was worn by Colchian woman in the second half of V century B.C. By this time Old Vani had to be one of the political-administrative centers of the Kingdom of Colchis (Modern Georgia). Archaeological excavations have uncovered specimens of Colchian goldsmithery of this period. The tortoise shells are adorned with granulation and filigree, while the eyes are made of opaque glass.