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Holy Trinity & Rare Icons Postcards Set 13x18cm


Holy Trinity Icon & 12 Postcards Set
84.00 73.08 (13%)
The Holy Trinity, The Trinity Icon, Set of 12 rare Postcards With Icons, Silver-Plated Orthodox Icon, handmade, coloured 999 silver plating. B402
Guardian Angel Icon: Silver & Wood | Handcrafted
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Guardian Angel, Christian Orthodox Icon Silver Plated 999 Handmade, Gift case, The Icon Of Guardian Angel. B400
(1 customer review)

Product Code: B401.
Highlights: handmade, consecrated
Materials: natural wood, 999 silver, gift box

EAN: 1390000304697
SKU: B401
In the heart of Orthodox Christian tradition, the Holy Trinity Icon, as conceptualized by Andrei Rublev, stands as a monumental beacon of divine artistry and theological depth. Crafted over six centuries ago, this icon not only embodies the essence of spiritual devotion but also marks a pinnacle in the history of Russian iconography, reflecting an eternal narrative of divine mystery and grace. Andrei Rublev's Masterpiece: A Window to the Divine Andrei Rublev’s rendition of the Holy Trinity, a masterpiece of spiritual art, captures the ineffable beauty of God’s manifestation in three angels. These figures, seated in eternal communion, invite the faithful into a sacred space of contemplation and prayer, symbolizing the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit's unity and co-equality. This iconic portrayal transcends its biblical story origins, drawing from Abraham's hospitality at the Oak of Mamre, to convey a deeper theological truth about God's nature and the invitation to partake in divine love. Crafting Consecrated Artwork: The Fusion of Devotion and Skill The creation of the Holy Trinity Icon is a sacred act, entailing not just technical prowess but a profound spiritual journey. Contemporary artisans, following in Rublev’s footsteps, engage in a meticulous process of prayer and fasting, ensuring the icon is not merely an artifact but a vessel of divine presence. This particular icon, measuring 5.12 x 7.1 inches (13 x 18 cm), is a testament to such devotion. Handcrafted from natural wood and adorned with 999 silver, it embodies the union of spiritual dedication and artistic excellence, making it a profound piece of spiritual home decor. A Gift of Spiritual Heritage: The Icon and Its Companions Accompanying this sacred icon is a collection of 12 rare postcards, each a replica of significant Russian Orthodox icons. From the Archangel Gabriel to the Kazan Icon of the Mother of God, these postcards span centuries of religious art, offering a glimpse into the soul of Russian spirituality. Written in multiple languages, they underscore the universal appeal and significance of these sacred images, tracing the evolution of icon painting from its Byzantine roots to its flourishing in independent Russian schools and beyond. The Multifaceted Legacy of Russian Iconography Russian iconography, as showcased in these postcards, reveals a spectrum of artistic expression, from the vibrant hues of Novgorod to the serene harmony of Moscow’s school, epitomized by Rublev’s Trinity. The inclusion of the Mother of God of Vladimir highlights the profound influence of Byzantine art on Russian spirituality, showcasing the icon’s journey from Constantinople to becoming a central figure of devotion in Russia. Embracing the Sacred: The Holy Trinity Icon Today Handmade by Orthodox craftsmen within the European Union, this icon set, complete with its gift case, offers a tangible connection to the divine for believers worldwide. It serves not just as an object of veneration but as a beacon of faith, enriching the spiritual lives of those who draw near. The act of engaging with this icon and its accompanying postcards is an act of entering into the vast expanse of Orthodox Christian faith, history, and art. The Infinite Horizon of Faith and Art The Holy Trinity Icon by Andrei Rublev, accompanied by a collection of rare Russian icons postcards, stands as a profound testament to the enduring power and beauty of Orthodox iconography. This set invites believers and art enthusiasts alike into a deep engagement with the divine, offering not only a piece of religious art but a portal to the sacred. In the hands of the faithful, it becomes more than just an artifact; it is a living testament to the infinite grace and mystery of the Holy Trinity, echoing the spiritual call to communion with God and all creation. Shipping from Estonia, this icon and postcards set reaches across the globe, bridging cultures and languages, and inviting all into the rich tapestry of Orthodox Christian tradition. Through this sacred art, the legacy of Andrei Rublev and the lineage of Russian icon painters continue to inspire, comfort, and guide souls on their spiritual journey, illuminating the path toward divine beauty and truth.
1 review for Holy Trinity & Rare Icons Postcards Set 13x18cm
2021-07-18 11:56:55
Magnificent icon that watches over my home. When I look at this icon, I humbly ask for protection and help. I'm very grateful to Andcross Center for the icon and establishing this shop, they have been a huge blessing to my prayer life…. I would still strongly recommend supporting them
5 out of 5



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