METAL ICON OF THE ST. SAVA 42 X 36
Brand: Riznica nacionalnog blaga
Icon of the Saint Sava. All metal parts of this Slavic icon are gilded with 24 carat gold, which is the finest and purest gilding on the market, and silver plated with 999 fineness silver, which is also the finest and purest silver plating on the market. The icon is framed. Above it is glass that protects it from damage.
The icon is modeled on Byzantine icon painting. Byzantine icon paintings are the oldest and most detailed icon paintings in the history of Christianity, which means that this icon contains everything, even the smallest details, which were passed down from generation to generation by icon painters since ancient times.
An icon that will decorate the wall of your home and glorify the saint who is the guardian of your home. Make your home more beautiful, and fame more cheerful! In addition to the celebratory purpose, you can also give it to someone as a benevolent gift and protection for the family to whom it is presented.
- The icon of Saint Sava is in the frame
- Comes in quality, luxurious packaging
- Dimensions: 42x36
- It contains a certificate of the National Treasure Treasury
- 24 carat gilding of metal parts and silver plating with 999 fine silver
- The icons are not sanctified!
According to Christianity, the icon should be kept on the east wall of the house!
Saint Sava was a Serbian prince, monk, abbot of Studenica monastery, writer, diplomat and the first archbishop of the autocephalous Serbian Orthodox Church. He was born as Rastko Nemanjić, the youngest son of the great prefect Stefan Nemanja, and the brother of Vukan and Stefan Prvovenčani.
By educating future officials of the Orthodox Church, he gained great merit for the development of education and education among Serbs in the Middle Ages. In Serbia and Republika Srpska, the day of his death (January 27 according to the new calendar) is celebrated as the Day of Education.
Sava's cult among the people was strong. After an uprising of the Serbs against the Ottoman Empire, the Turkish commander Sinan Pasha ordered the burning of the relics of Saint Sava in Vračar, probably in 1594. The Church of Saint Sava, the largest Orthodox place of worship among the Serbs.
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