Šifra: E-28-104

Brand: Srpska Tradicija Šeli

Handmade icon of Saint Andrew the First-Called. The icon is glazed and framed, and the halo is gilded with 24-karat gold, the finest and purest gold on the market. To make this icon even more beautiful and noticeable, it is discreetly decorated with zircons,


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.

56,49 USD51,99 USD
Akcija traje od 22.09.2023. 09:01 do 25.09.2023. 09:00


  • Icon of Saint Andrew the First-Called
  • Original handwork
  • Contains the "Serbian Tradition - Shelly" certificate.
  • The icon is made using the laminated technique
  • Glazed and framed
  • The halo is made of metal that is gilded with 24 carat gold
  • Decorated with glass zircons.
  • Dimensions: 40x30 cm
  • The icons are not sanctified!



Saint Andrew the First-Called was the first follower and the first apostle of Christ who suffered on the cross because of his devotion to the New Testament faith.


In eastern Serbia, St. Andrew's Day is called Meckindan. Saint Andrew is the apostle of Constantinople and Russia, and he was also the patron of the Russian Empire and the house of the Romanovs. According to tradition, St. Andrew was the elder brother of the Apostle Peter and a disciple of St. John the Baptist.


He died at the age of 62, his relics were transferred to Constantinople, and then, as it is written, the head of the saint was transferred to Rome, and one arm to Moscow.


Saint Andrew is celebrated every year on December 13 according to the new calendar, ie on November 30 according to the Julian calendar and his liturgical calendar.

The Karadjordjevic family has been celebrating this holiday since the time of the First Serbian Uprising, and it was introduced by the leader Karadjordjevic, who had been celebrating St. Clement until then. Karadjordje made a vow to St. Andrew in 1806, after the liberation of Belgrade from Turkish rule.
Peter II Karadjordjevic continued this family tradition as the King of Serbia with the blessing of Metropolitan Mihajlo.

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