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The True Cross of Jesus Christ Collection

The True Cross is the name for physical remnants which, by the Church tradition, are believed to originate from the Cross upon which Jesus was crucified. The Empress Helena, mother of Constantine I, the first Christian Emperor of Rome, travelled to the Holy Land in 326–28, where she discovered the hiding place of three crosses that were believed to be used at the crucifixion of Jesus and of two thieves, St. Dismas and Gestas, executed with him, and a miracle revealed her which of the three was the True Cross. Fragments of the Cross were broken up, and the pieces were widely distributed; in 348, in one of his Catecheses, Cyril of Jerusalem remarked that the "whole earth is full of the relics of the Cross of Christ." Most of the very small relics of the True Cross in Europe came from Constantinople after the city was captured and sacked in 1204 during the Fourth Crusade. They were carved up by the present bishops and divided with other very Precious Relics among the knights; who, after their return to the homeland, donated them to churches and monasteries. Relics of the True Cross are considered to be the most important Relics of the Christiandom and are highly venerated by all Christian denominations. 

Reliquary with relic from the Titulus Crucis (INRI) of the True Cross of Jesus

Spectacular 18th century Baroque silver reliquary decorated with silver filligree wire ornamentation and housing under a plate of thick rock crystal significant ex Titulus Crucis  (from the Inscription board on the True Cross) relic of the Christ's Passion.  The substantial relic measuring approximately 7 x 5 mm is affixed to a silk background decorated with paperole and identified on a fancy-cut manuscript cedula as De Tabula Tituli Crucis DN [JC[ (From the Titulus tablet of the Cross of Our Lord Jesus Christ). On the back, over another plate of rock crystal, the relic is secured with perfectly preserved seal of red Spanish wax bearing an imprint of a coat of arms of Fr. Giuseppe Mancini (†1855), Archbishop of Siena (1824-1855).  The seal is a later re-certification in place of a lost original 18th century authentics. 

  • ID# 180-RSCR-24
  • Size 195 x 111 mm (7 3/4 x 4 1/4 in)
  • Age ca. 18th century
  • Origin Siena, Italy
  • Materials silver
  • Price Price upon request
  • Silver
  • Orthodox Cross

Reliquary monstrance with 2 relics of the Passion - the True Cross and the Holy Shroud

Elegant 18th century Baroque reliquary monstrance of parcel gilt and whitewashed wood housing two significant relics of ​the Christ's Passion: of the wood from the True Cross and of the material from the Holy Shroud. The relics are displayed in a  grass-fronted cavity located in the center the monstrance and identified on a fancy-cut paper cedula label as  De Ligno + DN  (of the wood [from the True Cross] of Our Lord) and De Sindone DN (of the Shroud of Our Lord). On the back, the cavity is secured by four seals of red wax with a perfectly preserved imprint of a coat of arms of a Catholic Bishop. Fit for a for public veneration.

  • ID# 147-RSCR-25
  • Size 12 1/2 in (32 cm) high
  • Age ca. 18th century
  • Origin Italy
  • Materials gilt wood
  • Price Price upon request
  • Orthodox Cross

Important reliquary with large relics of the True Cross of Jesus Christ

Opulent 18th century Baroque reliquary monstrance of  gilt wood decorated with Arma Christi (Instruments of Passion) and housing very large and important relics from the wood from the True Cross of Jesus ChristThe relics are displayed in a  grass-fronted cruciform cavity located in the center the monstrance and identified on apaper cedula label as  De Ligno S. Crucis DNJC  (of the wood from the Holy Cross  of Our Lord Jesus Christ) . On the back, the cavity is secured by four seals of red wax with a perfectly preserved imprint of a coat of arms of Antonio Paganini, Vicar General to Giuseppe Saporiti (+1767), Archbishop of Genoa (1746-1767). Fit for a for public veneration.

  • ID# 189-RSCR-18
  • Size Reliquary is 37 cm (14 1/2 in) high
  • Age ca. Mid-18th century
  • Origin Italy
  • Materials Gilt wood
  • Price Price upon request
  • Orthodox Cross

Reliquary monstrance with 3 relics of the Passion of Christ - True Cross, Holy Thorn & Column of Flagellation

Large 18th century reliquary monstrance housing relics of ​the Christ's Passion: of the Wood from the True Cross, of the Holy Thorn from the Crown of Thorns, and of the Column of FlagellationThe relics are displayed in two grass-fronted cavities located in the center and the base of a cruficorm monstrance of gilt wood. They are identified on a paper cedula labels as (top)  Ligno SS. Cruc. D. J. / Columna D. J. ([of] the Wood [from] the Most Holy Cross of Our Lord Jesus Christ / [of] the Column of Flagellation of Our Lord Jesus Christ) and (bottom) as De Spina D. N. J. C. ([of] the Thorn of Our Lord Jesus Christ). On the back, the cavities are secured by four seals of red wax with a perfectly preserved imprint of a coat of arms of Fr. Aloisio Buonamici (†), Bishop of Volterra (1782-1791). Fit for a large place of public veneration. 

  • ID# 143-RSCR-22
  • Size Reliquary: 42 cm / 16 1/2 inches high
  • Age ca. late 18th century, Italy
  • Materials gilt wood
  • Price Price upon request
  • Orthodox Cross

Large crystal theca with relics of the True Cross of Jesus Christ in original case

Fancy 18th century double-crystal silver-set reliquary theca housing very large historically important particle relics of ​the True Cross of Jesus ChristThe relics are displayed in cruciform shape under faceted rock crystal glass framed by silver filigree ornamentation. They are identified on a  paper cedula  as D. N. J. C.  ([from the Most Holy Cross of] Our Lord Jesus Christ). The theca is protected by a seal of red wax with a perfectly preserved imprint of a coat of arms of Bishop Nicola Angelo Maria Landini, O.E.S.A. (†1782), Titular Bishop of Parthyrion and Vicar General of the Vatican Curia. The reliquary comes in its original drop-shaped tooled leather case. 

  • ID# 142-RSCR-1
  • Size 92 x 65 mm
  • Age ca. 18th century, Vatican
  • Materials silver, crystal in leather-bound case
  • Price Price upon request
  • Silver
  • Orthodox Cross

Large Russian Staurotheke Icon with Brass Cross and Icons

Large fully gilt staurotheke / iconotheke icon from the Ural mountains school depicting (painted top) Saint Charalambos, Saint Nicholas, and Saint Blaise. Near the cross: Saint Mary and Saint Martha, Mother of God; Saint John and Saint Longinus. Bronzes: a Crucifix cross, (two of) Joy to All Who Sorrow Mother of God, Our Lady of Tikhvin, and Saint George. Five selected border saints.

 

  • ID# 01-CZ38-25
  • Size 21 1/4 in x 18 1/2 in (54 cm x 47 cm)
  • Age ca. 1890, Navyansk school, Old Believer's workshop
  • Materials Egg tempera on gilt and gessoed wood with brass inserts
  • Price Price upon request

Documented reliquary with relics of the True Cross of Jesus Christ

Substantial oval glass-fronted silvered metal reliquary theca housing relics from the Holy Wood of the True Cross of Jesus Christ. The relics are affixed to a red silk background in a cruciform shape and identified on a paper cedula in the upper part as D.N.J.C. (Domini Nostri Jesus Christi  - Our Lord Jesus Christ)On the back, under protective cap, the theca is protected by a seal of red wax with a clear imprint of a coat of arms of fr. Giovanni Tommaso Neuschel (†) in a capacity of Bishop of Parma (1843 - 1852)The reliquary is accompanied by a matching authentics document issued and signed by fr. Neuschel in 1845. 

  • ID# 15-RSMB-125
  • Size 46 x 36 mm
  • Age ca. 1845, Parma, Italy
  • Price $6,750
  • Orthodox Cross

Monstrance reliquary with relic of the True Cross of Jesus Christ

Elaborate Baroque 18th century monstrance of gilt wood with crossed Arma Christi surmounted by carved wooden canopy containing oval silver glass-fronted theca housing relic of the Passion of Jesus Christ: particles of the Wood from the True Cross. The relics are mounted in cruciform shape on a background of red silk and surrounded by gold burst and twisted silver wire decoration. They are identified on elaborately cut out paper cedula  as Ex Lingo SS-mae Crucis D.N.J.C. (From the wood of the Most Precious Cross of Our Lord Jesus Christ). The theca is authenticated on the back with perfectly preserved red wax seal of Francesco Gaetano Incontri (†1781), the Archbishop of Florence (p. 1741-1781). 

  • ID# 122-LCD-12
  • Size Monstrance: 42 x 17 cm
  • Age ca. third quarter of the 18th century, Italy
  • Materials gilt wood monstrance and silver theca
  • Price Price upon request
  • Silver
  • Orthodox Cross

18th century reliquary theca with relic of the True Cross of Jesus Christ.

Spectacular 18th century double-rock crystal cruciform reliquary decorated by fine silver wire border and housing substantial particles of the True Cross of Jesus Christ. Authenticated with red seal of Spanish wax with inprint of a coat of arms of a Catholic Bishop and housed in original fitted tooled leather diamond-shaped case.

  • ID# 97-RSCR-9
  • Size reliquary: 53 x 31 mm, relics: 21 x 10 mm
  • Age ca. 18th century, Italy
  • Materials crystal in leather case
  • Price $5,500
  • Orthodox Cross

Reliquary theca with 9 relics of Arma Christi - the Passion of the Christ (True Cross, Cradle, Sudarium, Table of the Last Supper, Thorn, Purple Robe)

Oval silver glass-fronted theca housing nine precios relics of the Passion of Jesus Christ: Of the True Cross, of the Holy Cradle, of the Holy Robe, of Holy Sudarium (Sweat Cloth), of the Column of Flagellation, of the Table of the Last Supper, of the Thorn from the Crown of Thorns, of the Seamless Coat, and of the Purple Robe.  The relics are mounted on a background of red silk and surrounded by gold paperolles. They are identified on a paper cedula inscribed as Ex Cruce J.C.D.N., ex incunab, ex fune , ex sudario, ex columna, ex mensa, ex spinae cor. , ex veste, ex purpurae. The theca is authenticated on the back with perfectly preserved red wax seal of Fr. Gherardo Antonio Volpi, Bishop of Nocera de’ Pagani (1744-1768). Comes in original tooled brown leather case of issue. 

 

 

  • ID# 123-LCR-9
  • Size 50 x 45 mm
  • Age ca. 19th century, Italy
  • Price Price upon request
  • Silver
  • Orthodox Cross

Unique travel reliquary with relics of the True Cross and 46 Saints and Martyrs

Unique double panel multi-relic travel reliquary dating to 18th century containing relic of the True Cross and ex ossibus first class relics of 46 importains saints and martyrs. The relics are affixed to a silk bacground and surrounded by elaborate paperoles ornamentation and held in a custom hinged brass and tortoise case. Each relic is identified on a separate paper cedula and in the right panel centered around a plaque with an image of Christ in the Crown of Thorns. 

The left panel of the reliquary contains the following relics:

  1. [The True Cross] D.N.J.C.
  2. S.Naual
  3. S.Aubin.
  4. S.Justinne
  5. S.Marc.
  6. S.Jastin (?)
  7. S.Juste.
  8. S.Saba
  9. S.Alexandri
  10. S.Renee
  11. S.Forent.
  12. S.Casimir
  13. S.Pie M
  14. S.Pontian M.
  15. S.Cler m.
  16. S.Calixtes M.
  17. S.Clete M.
  18. S.Georger M.
  19. S.Auelee M.
  20. S.Cherice
  21. S.Luce M.
  22. S.Simeon.m.
  23. S.Alleais M.
  24. S.Artheine M.
  25. S.Victor M.
  26. S.Maxime M
  27. S.Bonifaci
  28. S.Bonitare (?)

The right panel of the reliquary contains the following relics:

  1. S.Nicolas
  2. S.Benois
  3. S.Jimothee
  4. S.Gaudence M
  5. S.Candida
  6. S.Valentia
  7. S.Jilues
  8. S.Prosper m.
  9. S.Senorum M.
  10. S.Candido M
  11. S.Modeste M.
  12. S.Iulie M.
  13. S.Inocentii M.
  14. S.Alexandri M.
  15. S.Antonin M.
  16. S.Anne M.
  17. S.Modeste M.
  18. S.Clemet.M.
  19. S.Polinn.
  • ID# 120-LCR-1
  • Size closed: 13.5 x 10.5 cm , opened: 21 x 13.5 cm
  • Age ca. 18th century, Italy
  • Price Price upon request

Large theca with relics from the Wood of the True Cross of Jesus Christ

Large oval glass-fronted silver reliquary theca housing relics from the Holy Wood of the True Cross of Jesus Christ. The relics are affixed to a profusely decorated red silk background in a cruciform shape and identified on a paper cedula in the upper part as ex Lignum SS. Crucis. (from the Wood of the Most Holy Cross [of Our Lord Jesus Christ])On the back, under a protective cap, the theca is protected by a seal of red wax with a clear imprint of a coat of arms of a Catholic Cardinal

  • ID# 09-RSMB-45
  • Size 57 x 50 mm
  • Age ca. 1800, Italy
  • Materials brass
  • Price $3,750
  • Orthodox Cross

Diamond set gold reliquary theca with relics of the True Cross of Jesus Christ

Small gold theca containing significant particles from the Wood of the True Cross of Jesus Christ (Ex Ligno S. Crucis). The relics are affixed in a cruciform shape to background of red silk and titled on a paper label. Theca is secured on the back with a perfectly preserved seal of red Spanish wax bearing an imprint of coat of arms of Italian Archbishop.

The True Cross is the name for physical remnants which, by the Church tradition, are believed to be from the cross upon which Jesus was crucified. The Empress, mother of Constantine, the first Christian Emperor of Rome, travelled to the Holy Land in 326-28, where she discovered the hiding place of three crosses that were believed to be used at the crucifixion of Jesus and of two thieves, St. Dismas and Gestas, executed with him, and that a miracle revealed which of the three was the True Cross. Fragments of the Cross were broken up, and the pieces were widely distributed; in 348, in one of his Catecheses , Cyril of Jerusalem remarked that the "whole earth is full of the relics of the Cross of Christ." Most of the very small relics of the True Cross in Europe came from Constantinople after t he city was captured and sacked in 1204 during the Fourth Crusade. They were carved up by the present bishops and was divided with other very precious relics among the knights; who, after their return to the homeland, donated them to churches and monasteries.

  • ID# 42-DDCR-32 *
  • Size 17 mm in diameter x 17 mm deep
  • Age 20th century
  • Materials gold and diamond
  • Price $3,500
  • Silver
  • Orthodox Cross

Crystal theca with relics of the True Cross of Jesus Christ

Attractive 18th century double-crystal silver-set reliquary theca-pendant with particle relics of ​the True Cross of Jesus ChristThe relics are displayed in cruciform shape under high-faceted rock crystal glass framed by silver filigree ornamentation. They are identified on a paper cedula  as Ex SS. C. / D. N. J. C.  ([from] the Most Holy Cross of Our Lord Jesus Christ). The theca is protected by a seal of red wax with a perfectly preserved imprint of a coat of arms of Fr. Enrique Laso de la Vega Titular Bishop of Thaumacus (from 1728)

  • ID# 140-RSCR-6
  • Size 42 x 34 mm
  • Age ca. 18th century, Italy
  • Materials silver, rock crystal
  • Price $3,500
  • Silver
  • Orthodox Cross

Crystal theca with Passion relic of the True Cross of Jesus Christ

Late 18th century double-rock crystal cruciform theca decorated by fine silver wire border and housing substantial particles of the True Cross of Jesus Christ. Authenticated with red seal of Spanish wax with imprint of a coat of arms of Bishop Nicola Angelo Maria Landini, O.E.S.A. (†1782), Titular Bishop of Parthyrion and Vicar General of the Vatican Curia. and conserved in original fitted diamond-shaped case.


 The True Cross is the name for physical remnants which, by the Church tradition, are believed to be from the cross upon which Jesus was crucified. The Empress Helena, mother of Constantine, the first Christian Emperor of Rome, travelled to the Holy Land in 326–28, where she discovered the hiding place of three crosses that were believed to be used at the crucifixion of Jesus and of two thieves, St. Dismas and Gestas, executed with him, and a miracle revealed which of the three was the True Cross. Fragments of the Cross were broken up, and the pieces were widely distributed; in 348, in one of his Catecheses, Cyril of Jerusalem remarked that the "whole earth is full of the relics of the Cross of Christ." Most of the very small relics of the True Cross in Europe came from Constantinople after the city was captured and sacked in 1204 during the Fourth Crusade. They were carved up by the present bishops and divided with other very precious relics among the knights; who, after their return to the homeland, donated them to churches and monasteries.

  • ID# 01-LPR-1
  • Size reliquary: 50 x 32 mm
  • Age ca. 18th century
  • Origin Vatican
  • Materials Rock crystal, silver
  • Price $4,500
  • Orthodox Cross

Reliquary theca with relics of Jesus Christ - the True Cross and the Holy Bread

Substantial 18th century oval glass-fronted reliquary theca housing two Holy Relics of the Christ's life and Passion. Behind glass, the relics are covered in paper and identified in 18th century ductus as De ligno Crucis et / de pane quando satianis (from the True Cross and Bread that Satisfied ). On the back, the theca is secured with perfectly preserved seal of red Spanish wax bearing an imprint of a coat of arms of Fr. Enrique Laso de la Vega (†1729), Titular Bishop of Thaumacus (1728-1729).

  • ID# 188-RSCR-7
  • Size 65 x 54 mm
  • Age ca. first third of the 18th century
  • Origin Italy
  • Price $3,500
  • Orthodox Cross

Carmelite crucifix reliquary with relics of the True Cross, Apostles, and important Saints

Wooden cross containing a smaller removable brass cruciform reliquary with relics of the True Cross, Four Apostles and two founders of the Carmelite order.

It contains the following relics:

  • Relics of the True Cross
  • St. Andrew the Apostle
  • St. James the Major, Apostle
  • St. James the Minor, Apostle
  • St. Simon, Apostle
  • St. Theresa of Avila
  • St. John of the Cross

The cruciform theca is secured by intact seal of Fr. Antonio Martini (†1809), Archbishop of Florence (1781-1809).

  • ID# 92-RSCR-5
  • Size reliquary cross height 29.5 cm (9 1/2 in), cruciform theca: 75 x 52 mm
  • Age ca. 19th century
  • Price SOLD!

4-Panel Russian Icon: The Crucifixion and 4 Miracleworking Madonnas

Complex icon depicting the Crucifixion flanked by the Mother of God and St. John under God the Father, with four panels depicting Miracleworking Madonnas

  • ID# 78-102-96-SP6-11
  • Size 12 x 10 in (31 x 26 cm)
  • Age ca. 1900
  • Materials Egg tempera on silvered, tooled, and gessoed wood
  • Price $950
  • Orthodox Cross

The Staurotheke icon with Crucifix and 6 Family Saints

Staurotheke icon with affixed brass and enameled crucifix flanked by six selected family saints.

 

  • ID# 153-048-034-SP6-11
  • Size 13 3/4 x 11 3/4 in (35 x 30 cm)
  • Age ca. 1880's
  • Materials Egg tempera on silvered and gessoed wood with enameled brass insert
  • Price $950
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - the Staurotheke icon with brass crucifix

The icon depicts a group of mourners flanking an insert of enameled brass crucifix. This type of family heirloom icon was typical for the Old Believers of Russian thoughout the 19th century. The Staurotheke means "Holder of the Cross" in Greek and refers to the metal crucifix incerted into the wooden board. 

  • ID# 120-050-053-SP6-11
  • Size 12 1/2 x 10 1/3 in (32 x 27 cm)
  • Age ca. 1880's
  • Origin Central Russi
  • Materials Egg tempera on gessoed wood with enameled brass insert
  • Price $950
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - icon depicting the Crucifixion, Our Lady of Kazan, St. Nicholas, St. Michael, and St. George

Complex icon depicting the Crucifixion flanked by the Mother of God and St. John under God the Father, with four panels depicting Our Lady of Kazan (top left), St. Nicholas (top right), St. Michael the Archangel, Chief of the Heavenly Host (bottom left), and St. George Slaying the Dragon (Bottom right)

  • ID# 17-52-58-SP6-100
  • Size 13 3/4 x 11 3/4 in (35 x 30 cm)
  • Age ca. 1890s
  • Origin Icon painting village of Kholui
  • Materials Egg tempera on silvered and gessoed wood
  • Price $900
  • Orthodox Cross

Four-Panel icon depicting the Crucifixion, Our Lady of Kazan, Our Lady of the Unburnt Bush, St. Michael the Archangel and St. Nicholas,

  • ID# 207-078-101-SP6-1
  • Size 21 x 17 1/2 in (53 x 44 cm)
  • Age ca. 1900
  • Materials Egg tempera on silvered and gessoed wood
  • Price $900
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian icon - 4-Panel icon: The Crucifixion and 4 Miracleworking Madonnas

4-Panel icon: The icon is depicting the Crucifixion under God the Father surrounded by 4 panels with images of different Miracleworking Madonnas.

  • ID# 241-101-096-SP6-9
  • Size 13 3/4 x 10 1/2 in (35 x 27 cm)
  • Age ca. 1900
  • Materials Egg tempera on gessoed wood
  • Price $800
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - The Crucifixion of Christ

Christ is depicted on the cross flanked by mourning-Virgin Mary and St. Martha the left side; and on the right side : St. John the Theologian and St. Martyr Longinus the Centurion. Behind Christ are the towers of Jerusalem and above him is God the Father. Two family saints are depicted on vertical borders. 

  • ID# 18-61-68-SP6-85
  • Size 10 1/4 x 8 1/3 in (26 x 21)
  • Age ca. 1900
  • Materials Egg tempera on silvered and gessoed wood
  • Price $750
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian Icon - The Exaltation of the True Lifegiving Cross

The icon depicts the Exaltation of the Cross - on the the most important feasts of the Orthodox liturgical year established around the relic of the True Cross, found by Saint Helen and kept in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem. In the center is Bishop Macarius and another Bishop raising the Cross to four cardinal points with the help of two deacons. The empress Helena and her son the emperor Constantine are flanking the group. 

  • ID# 56-77-68-SP6-85
  • Size 14 1/2 x 12 1/2 in (37 x 32 cm)
  • Age ca. 1900
  • Materials Egg tempera on gessoed wood.
  • Price $750
  • Orthodox Cross

Russian four-part Icon with Crucifixion depicting Sooth My Sorrow Mother of God, Our Lady of Vladimir, Saint Nicholas, and Saint Seraphim of Sarovsk

Three border saints are: Saint John the Theologian, Saint Zinaida and Saint Justinia

  • ID# 120-024-108-L60i4-90
  • Size 12 1/4 in x 10 1/4 in (31 cm x 26 cm)
  • Age ca. 1870, Central Russia
  • Materials Egg tempera on gessoed wood
  • Price $90020% off$720

Large Russian Orthodox brass Crucifix cross

Russian Orthodox eight-ended cross with a scene of the Crucifixion surmounted by two angels and image of God the Father.

 

  • ID# 119-DDMA-15
  • Size 34 cm x 18 cm (13 1/2 in x 7 in)
  • Age ca. 19th century Moscow regiona, Old Believer's workshop
  • Materials brass
  • Price $700

Extra large Russian Orthodox brass Crucifix cross

Russian Orthodox eight-ended cross with a scene of the Crucifixion surmounted by two angels and image of the Holy Napkin.

  • ID# 3-DDMA-12
  • Size 20 cm x 38 cm (8 in x 16 in)
  • Age ca. 19th century Moscow region
  • Materials brass
  • Price $600

Russian Orthodox brass Crucifix cross with mourners, 4 Serphim, and selected Feasts

Russian Orthodox eight-ended cross with a scene of the Crucifixion with two rectangular panels (Crucifixion with the Mourners). On the left plate; mourning-Virgin Mary and St. Martha; on the right plate: St. John the Theologian and St. Martyr Longinus the Centurion; surmounted by 4 Seraphims over five scenes (clockwise left to right: The Presentation of our Lord, Entry into Jerusalem, The Resurrection, The Ascension, The Old Testament Trinity), two Angels, and God Father in Heaven.

 

  • ID# 2972-L60i2-35
  • Size 11 cm x 19 cm (4 1/2 in x 7 in)
  • Age ca. 18th century, Vyg, Northern Russia
  • Materials brass
  • Price $550

Russian Orthodox brass kiot crucifix cross with mourners

Russian Orthodox eight-sided cross surmounted by two Angels and God Father in Heaven with a scene of the Crucifixion with two rectangular panels (Crucifixion with the Mourners). On the left plate; mourning-Virgin Mary and St. Martha; on the right plate: St. John the Theologian and Saint Martyr Longinus the Centurion. 

 

  • ID# 06-DDMA-75
  • Size 11 cm x 19 cm (4 1/2 in x 7 in)
  • Age ca. 18th century, Vyg, Northern Russia
  • Materials brass
  • Price $500

Small Russian Orthodox brass Crucifix cross with Seraphim

Russian Orthodox high relief eight-ended cross with a scene of the Crucifixion surmounted by two angels and God the Father. Two Seraphim on the sides are typical of the workshops of the village of Guslitsi.

 

  • ID# 155-DDMA-3
  • Size 10 cm x 16 cm (4 in x 6 1/2 in)
  • Age ca. 19th century, Old Believer's workshop, village of Guslitsi
  • Materials brass
  • Price $275

Small Russian brass pectoral Old Believer's Crucifix cross

  • ID# 21-DDPbA-5
  • Size 6- mm x 32 mm (2 1/2 in x 1 1/2 in)
  • Age ca. 19th century Old Believer's Workshop, Vyg, Northern Russia
  • Materials brass
  • Price $175

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