19c. RUSSIAN IMPERIAL GOLD ICON ORTHODOX BISHOP NICOLAS MYRA WOOD EGG TEMPERA For Sale
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19c. RUSSIAN IMPERIAL GOLD ICON ORTHODOX BISHOP NICOLAS MYRA WOOD EGG TEMPERA:
Orthodox Icon "St. NicholasWonderworker", made in Russia
of Royal Imperial,Without Silver marks stamps,
18k gold plated (gold field) amazing bronze, heavy "Oklad", with flawless jewelry filigree composition !!!
Material: bronze, 750" (18k) Gold Feld, Enamel, Filigree Oklad and Enamel Oklad Icon, gold plated with the Imperial factory mint mark.
Dimensions items in mm height & 270 mm width & 30 mm thickness (watch the photos)
Condition:Good condition. The enamel is essentially perfect, no wear of any kind visible to the unaided eye. The enamel retains beautiful luster throughout.
Great Icon, from 19th century – 1800s year,of
“Bishop St. Nicholas of Myra, Home,restoringFamily healthandcast out Evil Demons... !!!
“Bishop St. Nicholas of Myra, Wonderworker”, Russia Royal Imperial, tempera on wooden board in Silver Filigree Oklad - Casing, 19th century Icon. Our “Bishop St. Nicholas of Myra, Wonderworker”, great Icon made approximately between 1890 - 1910 years. Hand painted with egg tempera, Filigree Oklad, Old Russian Imperial icon, the enamel crown is 18k gold gilded plated. Looks like over all good condition considering the age. Please look at the pictures.100% Guaranty Icon is authenticity !!!
Holy religious man, “Bishop St.Nicolas of Myra, Wonderworker”, Defender of Orthodoxy, Wonderworker,
Holy Hierarch, Bishop of Myra Born 15 March 270, Patara, Roman Empire, Died 6 December 343 (aged 73), Myra, Roman Empire.
As a Bishop, Nicholas,servant of God, was first and foremost a shepherd of the people, caring for their needs. He taught the Gospel simply, so ordinary people understood, and he lived out his faith and devotion to God in helping the poor and all in need. Attributes Vested as a Bishop.In Eastern Christianity, wearing an omophorion and holding a Gospel Book. Sometimes shown with Jesus Christ over one shoulder, holding a Gospel Book, and with the Theotokos over the other shoulder, holding an omophorion because of the many miracles attributed to his intercession, he is also known as St. Nikolaos the Wonderworker. Saint Nicholas is the patron saint of sailors, merchants, archers, repentant thieves, children, brewers, pawnbrokers and students in various cities and countries around Europe.