Wall Cross with icons. In the center has the icon of Christ "Light-Giver", on the left side the icon of the Annunciation, on the right side the icon of Nativity, on the top has the icon of the Resurrection, underneath first the icon of Transfiguration and second the icon of Crucifixion. The dimensions are 8" X 5 1/2" x 1".
This icon of Most Holy and Ever Virgin Theotokos, Panagia is mounted on the wood in the way to make the icon look and have three dimensions. The image is mounted on a thin piece of wood and then mounted on a larger and thicker block of hand carved wood. Then we finished it with hand craft details and put a coat of resin for protection. This allows the icon that we used to stand out.
Usually we keep this type of icons in stock, but if we do not, we need 15 to 20 days to make it, because the varnish that we use has to dry well, before we'll sent out the icon.
Sizes are: 12" X 8" X 2"
The Theotokos is the name give to the Virgin Mary at the Third Ecumenical Council meaning the Mother of God. This name is very important as it affirms the human nature of Christ who took on flesh from Mary. The Orthodox Church continually affirms that Jesus Christ was both fully man and fully God.
The Theotokos is the highest of the saints and honored in all the Orthodox services.
The sizes of the icon are: 12" X8" X2"
Nativity of our Lord Jesus Christ icon (2)
Orthodox icon of the Nativity of our Savior Jesus Christ (2). Contemporary icon
Jesus Christ "Pantocrator" icon ( 9 )
Orthodox icon of our Jesus Christ "Pantocrator" (9).
Christ the "Good Shepherd" icon (2)
Icon of our Jesus Christ "The Good Shepherd" (2). Contemporary icon.
NOTE: the name of the store in the icon is a watermark. Your icon WILL NOT have it
"The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy; I came that they may have life, and have it abundantly."I am the good shepherd; the good shepherd lays down His life for the sheep."He who is a hired hand, and not a shepherd, who is not the owner of the sheep, sees the wolf coming, and leaves the sheep and flees, and the wolf snatches them and scatters them." John 10:11