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Mounted Orthodox Icons of Orthodox Saints  (550)

STS. AITHALAS, AKEPSIMAS, & JOSEPH

Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11523
Size: 7 1/4 x 9 1/2
Price: € 43.14 £ 37.14 $ 48.23

ST. ALEXANDRA

Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11524
Size: 7 3/4 x 9 3/4
Price: € 43.14 £ 37.14 $ 48.23

ST. ATHANASIUS OF MT. ATHOS

Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11525
Size: 7 3/8 x 9 5/8
Price: € 43.14 £ 37.14 $ 48.23

GREAT MARTYR BARBARA

Type of icon: Russian Silk Orthodox Icon#: 11526

These "Silk Orthodox Icons" are high quality reproductions made in Russia. They are silk printed giving them extra fine detail and the vivid full color usually found only in an original hand-painted icon. Each icon has an intricate metal gold and/or silver colored thin film deposited on the image giving the icon an extra shine and luster. The icons are mounted on wood with brown painted borders and edges.

Price: € 9.81 £ 8.45 $ 10.97

GREAT MARTYR BARBARA

Type of icon: Russian Silk Orthodox Icon#: 11527

These "Silk Orthodox Icons" are high quality reproductions made in Russia. They are silk printed giving them extra fine detail and the vivid full color usually found only in an original hand-painted icon. Each icon has an intricate metal gold and/or silver colored thin film deposited on the image giving the icon an extra shine and luster. The icons are mounted on wood with brown painted borders and edges.

Price: € 43.14 £ 37.14 $ 48.23

BASIL THE GREAT, JOHN CHRYSOSTOM, AND GREGORY THE THEOLOGIAN

Type of icon: Russian Silk Orthodox Icon#: 11528

These "Silk Orthodox Icons" are high quality reproductions made in Russia. They are silk printed giving them extra fine detail and the vivid full color usually found only in an original hand-painted icon. Each icon has an intricate metal gold and/or silver colored thin film deposited on the image giving the icon an extra shine and luster. The icons are mounted on wood with brown painted borders and edges.

Price: € 18.45 £ 15.88 $ 20.63

BASIL THE GREAT, JOHN CHRYSOSTOM, AND GREGORY THE THEOLOGIAN

Type of icon: Russian Silk Orthodox Icon#: 11529

These "Silk Orthodox Icons" are high quality reproductions made in Russia. They are silk printed giving them extra fine detail and the vivid full color usually found only in an original hand-painted icon. Each icon has an intricate metal gold and/or silver colored thin film deposited on the image giving the icon an extra shine and luster. The icons are mounted on wood with brown painted borders and edges.

Price: € 30.79 £ 26.51 $ 34.43

BORIS AND GLEB

Type of icon: Russian Silk Orthodox Icon#: 11530

These "Silk Orthodox Icons" are high quality reproductions made in Russia. They are silk printed giving them extra fine detail and the vivid full color usually found only in an original hand-painted icon. Each icon has an intricate metal gold and/or silver colored thin film deposited on the image giving the icon an extra shine and luster. The icons are mounted on wood with brown painted borders and edges.

Price: € 18.45 £ 15.88 $ 20.63

ST. BENEDICT

Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11531

Commemorated on March 14 / 27

According to Bishop Nikolai Velimirovch in The Prologue from Ohrid:

Born in Nursia in Italy in 480, of rich and eminent parents, he did not persevere long with his schooling, for he realised himself that he could, through book-learning, lose `the great understanding of my soul`. And he left school `an untaught sage and an understanding ignoramus`. He fled to a monastery where a monk, Romanus, gave him the habit, after which he withdrew to a craggy mountain, where he lived for more than three years in a cave in great struggles with his soul. Romanus brought him bread and dropped it over the wall of the crag on a rope to the mouth of the cave. When he became known in the neighbourhood, he, to flee the praise of men, moved away from that cave. He was very brutal with himself. Once, when an impure rage of fleshly lust fell on him, he stripped bare and rolled among nettles and thorns until he had driven out of himself every thought of a woman. God endowed him with many spiritual gifts: insight, healing and the driving out of evil spirits, the raising of the dead and the ability to appear to others from a distance in a dream or vision. He once discerned that he had been given a glass of poisoned wine. He made the sign of the Cross over the glass and it broke into pieces. He founded twelve monasteries, each having twelve monks at first. He later compiled the specifically `Benedictine` rule, which is today followed in the Roman Church. On the sixth day before his death he commanded that his grave, already prepared as the saint had foreseen that his end was near, should be opened. He gathered all the monks together, gave them counsel and gave his soul to the Lord whom he had faithfully served in poverty and purity. His sister, Scholastica, lived in a women`s monastery, where, guided by her brother and herself practising great asceticism, she came to great spiritual perfection. When St Benedict set his soul free, two monks, one on the road and one at prayer in a distant cell, had at the same moment the same vision: a path from earth to heaven, curtained with precious cloth and illuminated at the sides by ranks of people. At the top of that path stood a man of indescribable beauty and light, who told them that the path was prepared for Benedict, the beloved of God. After that vision, the two brethren discovered that their beloved abbot had gone from this world. He died peacefully in about 550 and went to the eternal Kingdom of Christ the King.

Price: € 43.14 £ 37.14 $ 48.23

ST. BONIFACE OF ROME

Type of icon: Orthodox Icon –English & Greek Inscriptions#: 11532

Commemorated on December 19 / January 1

According to Bishop Nikolai Velimirovch in The Prologue from Ohrid:

"Martyrdom for Christ makes sinners into saints. This is shown by the example of St Boniface. He was at first servant to a wealthy and dissolute woman, Aglaïs, in Rome, and had unclean and unlawful relations with her. They were both pagans. Aglaïs evinced the desire to have the relics of some martyr in her house as an amulet against evil, so she sent her servant to Asia to find and buy for her what she desired. Boniface took some slaves with him and a fair amount of money and, at the moment of parting, said to Aglaïs: `If I can`t find any martyrs and if they bring you back my body, martyred for Christ, will you receive it with honour? Aglaïs laughed, and called him a drunken old sinner, and so they parted. Coming to the city of Tarsus, Boniface saw many Christians undergoing torture: some were having their legs cut off, some their hands, others their eyes put out, yet others were dying on the gallows and so forth. Boniface`s heart was changed, and he repented of his sinful life with tears. He called out among the Christian martyrs: `I too am a Christian!` The judge took him for interrogation and ordered that he be harshly flogged, then that boiling lead be poured into his mouth and, as this did him no harm, that he be beheaded. The slaves then took his body back to Rome. An angel of God appeared to Aglaïs and said: `Take him who was at one time your servant, but is now our brother and fellow-servant; he is the guardian of your soul and the protector of your life.` Aglaïs went in wonder to meet them, took Boniface`s body, built a church for his relics and placed them there. She then repented, gave away all her goods to the poor and withdrew from the world, living a further fifteen years in bitter penitence. St Boniface suffered in the year 290. "

Price: € 43.14 £ 37.14 $ 48.23
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