SLAVA ICON SAINT NICHOLAS 29x23

Šifra: E-146-99

Brand: Riznica nacionalnog blaga

Icon of Saint Nicholas. The metal parts of this icon for Slava are gilded with 24-karat gold, which is the finest and purest gold on the market.

 

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.

37,99 USD
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DETALJNIJE

  • The icon of Saint Nicholas is in the frame
  • Dimensions: 29x23
  • It contains a certificate of the National Treasure Treasury
  • 24 carat gold plating of metal parts
  • The icons are not sanctified!

 

According to Christianity, the icon should be kept on the east wall of the house!

 

Saint Nicholas, also known in Christianity as Nicholas of Myrlik, Nicholas the Wonderworker. In Christianity, he is revered as a miracle worker, in Eastern Christianity also as a protector of travelers, prisoners and the poor, and in Western Christianity as a protector of almost all classes of society, but especially children.

 

He is often depicted with a miter on his head, a symbol of his episcopate.

 

In the Serbian Orthodox Church, Saint Nicholas is celebrated on May 22 (9) (transfer of relics), December 19 (6) (death day).

According to the weekly circle of worship in the Orthodox Church, Thursday is dedicated to St. Nicholas, as well as to the Holy Apostles

 

Nicholas Day is the most common celebration of baptism among Serbs. Research has shown that of all Serbs who celebrate, 30% of them celebrate this day. According to one data from 1939, in Belgrade, with Zemun and Pančevo, there were 73,605 candlelighters, from which it was concluded that "it is true that half of Belgrade celebrates St. Nicholas".

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