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Andrei Rublev’s Holy Trinity Icon: Silver & Wood 13x18cm


Rublev’s Holy Trinity Icon | Silver-Plated | Handmade
80.00 69.60 (13%)
Holy Trinity (Andrei Rublev). The Holy Trinity. Silver-Plated Orthodox Icon handmade. B396
St. Spyridon Icon | Silver 999 | With Postcards
84.00 73.08 (13%)
Saint Spyridon the Wonderworker, Christian Orthodox Icon Silver 999 Wood, Handmade, Gift box, 12 rare postcards Russian Icon. B394
(2 customer reviews)

Product Code: B395.
Materials: wood, 999 silver plating
Size in inches: 5.12 x 7.1
Size in cm: 13 x 18

EAN: 1390000304468
SKU: B395
In the annals of Orthodox Christian art, few pieces resonate as deeply as the Holy Trinity Icon by Andrei Rublev. Crafted nearly six centuries ago, this icon stands not merely as a work of art but as a divine portal, offering believers a glimpse into the profound mystery of the Triune God. This narrative explores the icon's historical roots, artistic nuances, and enduring spiritual significance, enriched by the dedication of those who continue to create these sacred images today. The Artistic Genesis: Andrei Rublev and the Iconography of the Holy Trinity Andrei Rublev's Holy Trinity Icon, conceived in the 15th century, represents a zenith in Russian icon paint, capturing the ineffable beauty and complexity of the Divine. Rublev, a monk and iconographer, distilled the essence of the Trinity into a simple yet profound composition, drawing on the biblical tale of Abraham's hospitality at the Oak of Mamre as described in Genesis 18. This scene, depicted with three angelic figures seated around a table, transcends its biblical origins to convey the unity and co-equality of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. The icon's depiction, marked by harmony, humility, and mutual love, invites contemplation and prayer, guiding the faithful toward a deeper understanding of God's nature. The Icon's Spiritual Resonance: A Vessel of Divine Intercession and Comfort For the Orthodox believer, the Holy Trinity Icon is more than an object of veneration; it is a conduit for divine grace and intercession. The presence of this icon in homes and churches serves as a perpetual invitation to join in communion with God, echoing the empty seat at the table which symbolizes the inclusion of the faithful in the divine circle. The act of praying before the icon, particularly one as venerated as Rublev's Trinity, is an act of entering into a silent dialogue with the Divine, seeking guidance, aid, and consolation in times of need. Craftsmanship and Consecration: The Making of a Sacred Artifact The creation of a Holy Trinity Icon, especially one that adheres to the tradition and spiritual depth of Rublev's original, is a task imbued with devotion. Contemporary iconographers approach this sacred art with a blend of reverence and skill, often engaging in prayer and fasting to purify themselves for the task. The icon described here, a quality copy of Rublev's masterpiece, is crafted from wood and adorned with 999 silver plating, employing techniques that marry ancient craftsmanship with modern precision. This piece is consecrated, ready to serve as a spiritual talisman without the need for further sanctification. The Icon's Specifications: A Harmony of Material and Spirit This particular Holy Trinity Icon measures 5.12 x 7.1 inches (13 x 18 cm), a size that captures the detailed beauty of Rublev's work while remaining intimate enough for personal devotion. Crafted from natural wood and enhanced with colored silver plating, the icon reflects a commitment to quality that ensures its durability and spiritual efficacy. The icon is presented in a gift box, making it an ideal offering of faith and love. Andcross Art Store: Guardians of Tradition Produced by the Andcross Orthodox Workshop-Store, this Holy Trinity Icon represents the pinnacle of religious artwork, uniting meticulous craftsmanship with spiritual devotion. Andcross, operating from Estonia, serves as a bridge between the ancient traditions of Orthodox iconography and the modern world, offering believers worldwide access to sacred art. Each purchase supports the artisans and the broader mission of the Orthodox Church, preserving and propagating a living tradition of faith through art. The Holy Trinity Icon as a Beacon of Faith The Holy Trinity Icon by Andrei Rublev, especially in its contemporary renditions, continues to serve as a beacon of faith, guiding the devout toward a deeper communion with God. This icon, with its rich history, profound symbolism, and artistic beauty, stands as a testament to the enduring power of Orthodox Christian art to convey the mysteries of faith. As a spiritual and artistic heirloom, it nurtures the soul, enriches prayer, and embodies the infinite love and unity of the Holy Trinity. Through such icons, believers find not only a focus for prayer and reflection but also a reminder of the omnipresence and accessibility of God's grace. The Holy Trinity Icon, particularly in its manifestation through the skilled hands of contemporary artisans, remains a vital element of spiritual life, inviting all to partake in the divine mystery it represents.
2 reviews for Andrei Rublev’s Holy Trinity Icon: Silver & Wood 13x18cm
R. Smith
2021-09-05 05:54:48
Excellent icon, very good quality! It is not just a painting, it has spirit, once you look at it it catches you and invites you to pray. Thanks to the artist and those people who worked on the reproduction! 🙏 It’s truly a piece of Christian art! Couldn’t be happier with my purchase
5 out of 5
Robert Sideris
2021-08-10 09:55:54
What a fantastic work of art! It looks just like the original – the colors and the same calm power that shows through the painting. One of the best purchases I’ve made as a Christian, and I hope it will stay with me for a long time. God Bless!!
5 out of 5



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