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ICONS WITH 22K REAL GOLD LEAVES

The icons are exact copies of our templates and belong exclusively to the intellectual property of our company. The pre-processing is done by hand, then the printing is done with special machines of high specifications and high resolution and sheets of true 22K gold are placed in the background. Finally, the image is painted with hagiography varnish.

So we have works of special aesthetics, unique quality and durability, and we guarantee quality and absolute fidelity in relation to the authentic.

In order to cover more needs and to have more economical options, we also created the subcategory of icons with a blue background, the difference with the above icons is that the background does not have leaves of true gold but is passed in blue.

icon Christ Great Priest iconThe Son of God or Godman, is the second person of the Holy Trinity and Founder of Christianity. In His divine person, that is, in the person of the Word of God, His divine and human nature were united harmoniously, indivisibly and inseparably. Proofs of his Div..
30.00€
Christ the High PriestThe Son of God or Godman, is the second person of the Holy Trinity and Founder of Christianity. In His divine person, that is, in the person of the Word of God, His divine and human nature were united harmoniously, indivisibly and inseparably. Proofs of his Divinity are his inc..
30.00€
Christ the High PriestThe Son of God or Godman, is the second person of the Holy Trinity and Founder of Christianity. In His divine person, that is, in the person of the Word of God, His divine and human nature were united harmoniously, indivisibly and inseparably. Proofs of his Divinity are his inc..
40.00€
Christodoulos (March 16)Saint Christodoulos was born in a town near Nicaea in Bithynia around 1020 AD. His secular name was John. From a very young age he wanted to leave the world and dedicate himself to a solitary life. After wandering in the Holy Land and various monasteries in Asia Minor, she ar..
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Christodoulos (March 16)Saint Christodoulos was born in a town near Nicaea in Bithynia around 1020 AD. His secular name was John. From a very young age he wanted to leave the world and dedicate himself to a solitary life. After wandering in the Holy Land and various monasteries in Asia Minor, she ar..
40.00€
Christoforos (May 9)Saint Christopher the Great Martyr came from a semi-barbaric tribe and was called Rebrovos, which means disapproved, damned. The Saint was so ugly in appearance that he was called a "dog-face". His conversion to Christ took place in a miraculous way. When he was still in possessi..
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Christoforos (May 9)Saint Christopher the Great Martyr came from a semi-barbaric tribe and was called Rebrovos, which means disapproved, damned. The Saint was so ugly in appearance that he was called a "dog-face". His conversion to Christ took place in a miraculous way. When he was still in possessi..
40.00€
ChrysiShe was martyred by the Turks in 1795 because she did not want to marry a non-religious Muslim. He was born in the village of Slatena (Chrysi) in Almopia. When one day he went with other women to bring wood from the nearby mountain, a Turk, seeing its beauty, wanted to take her as his wife. Ho..
40.00€
ChrysiShe was martyred by the Turks in 1795 because she did not want to marry a non-religious Muslim. He was born in the village of Slatena (Chrysi) in Almopia. When one day he went with other women to bring wood from the nearby mountain, a Turk, seeing its beauty, wanted to take her as his wife. Ho..
30.00€
Constantinos (May 21)Saint Constantine, also known as Constantine the Great, was the emperor of the Western Roman Empire. He signed the Edict of Milan in 313 AD, an agreement to treat Christians benevolently within the Roman Empire. He established the principle of religious freedom, transferred the ..
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Constantinos (May 21)Saint Constantine, also known as Constantine the Great, was the emperor of the Western Roman Empire. He signed the Edict of Milan in 313 AD, an agreement to treat Christians benevolently within the Roman Empire. He established the principle of religious freedom, transferred the ..
40.00€
Constantinos and Helen (May 21)Saint Constantine, also known as Constantine the Great, was the emperor of the Western Roman Empire. He signed the Edict of Milan in 313 AD, an agreement to treat Christians benevolently within the Roman Empire. He established the principle of religious freedom, transf..
40.00€
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