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1767 Vatican documented reliquary theca with relic of St. Louis, King of France

1767 Vatican documented reliquary theca with relic of St. Louis, King of France

Oval silver pendant reliquary theca housing the first-class ex ossibus (of a bone) relic of Saint Louis, King of FranceA relic is affixed to a gilt paper starburst on a silk ground surrounded by silver wire and gilt paperolle ornamentation and identified in Latin on a manuscript cedula label as Ex Oss. S. Ludovici Reg, Gall. (of a bone of Saint Louis, King of France).  On the back, the theca is secured with a seal of red Spanish wax bearing an imprint of a coat of arms of Monsignor Giovanni Lercari (†1802), Titular Archbishop of Hadrianopolis in Haemimonto (1760–1767), and Archbishop of Genova (1767–1802). The relic is accompanied by the original matching authentics document issued and sealed by the order of Bishop Lercari in 1767 on the authority of Pope Clement XIII (p. 1758-1769)

  • ID# 42-RSCR50-2
  • Size 38 x 34 mm
  • Age ca. 1767
  • Origin Vatican
  • Materials silver, glass, paper, silk, Spanish wax
  • Price $4,25020% off$3,400
  • Silver
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Russian Icon - Saint Nicholas, the Wonderworker of Myra in silver cover and kiot frame

Russian Icon - Saint Nicholas, the Wonderworker of Myra in silver cover and kiot frame

Saint Nicholas the Wonderworker and Bishop of Myra (270 - 343), was a historic 4th-century Saint and Greek Bishop of Myra. Because of the many miracles attributed to his intercession, he is also known as Nikolas the Wonderworker. He had a reputation for secret gift-giving, such as putting coins in the shoes of those who left them out for him, and thus became the model for Santa Claus. His reputation evolved among the faithful, as was common for early Christian saints. 

Saint Nicholas is the patron Saint of sailors, merchants, archers, thieves, children, and students in Greece, Belgium, France, Romania, Bulgaria, Georgia, Albania, Russia, the Republic of Macedonia, Slovakia, Serbia, and Montenegro. He is also the patron saint of Aberdeen, Amsterdam, Barranquilla, Bari, Beit Jala, Fribourg, Huguenots, Kozani, Liverpool, Paternopoli, Sassari, Siggiewi, and Lorraine. His feast day is 6 December. 

The icon is covered by a parcel-gilt silver revetment cover stamped with Moscow town mark dated 1886 and workmaster's initials HC.

  • ID# 222-013-249-SP2
  • Size Frame: 16 1/4 x 14 1/4 inches (41 x 36 cm)
  • Age ca. 1886
  • Origin Moscow, Russia
  • Materials Oil on gessoed wood in gilt silver revetment cover and glass-fronted wood kilt shadowbox frame
  • Price $3,75020% off$3,000
  • Silver
  • Orthodox Cross
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Reliquary theca with relics of St. Nicholas, Bishop of Myra, the Miracleworker of Bari

Reliquary theca with relics of St. Nicholas, Bishop of Myra, the Miracleworker of Bari

Oval glass-fronted silver reliquary theca housing the first-class ex ossibus (of the bone) relic of Saint Nicholas, Bishop of Myra.  The relics are affixed to a gilt paper starburst on the ground of red silk, surrounded by silver wire ornamentation and identified in Latin on a fancy manuscript cedula label as S. Nicolai Ep. Myr. (St. Nicholas, Bishop of Myra). On the back, the theca is secured with a seal of red Spanish wax bearing an imprint of a coat of arms of Fr. Francesco Gaetano Incontri (†1781), the Archbishop of Florence (p. 1741-1781), Italy.

  • ID# 49-RSCR50-275
  • Size 26 x 23 mm
  • Age ca. third quarter of the 18th century
  • Origin Florence, Italy
  • Materials silver, crystal, paper, silk, Spanish wax
  • Price Price upon request
  • Silver
  • Orthodox Cross
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Large Russian Icon - The Coronation of The Virgin Mary

Large Russian Icon - The Coronation of The Virgin Mary

The Coronation of the Virgin is a popular subject of the Eastern Orthodox icons, specifically in the Russian Orthodox Church after the 18th century. The New Testament Trinity comprised of Christ, accompanied by God the Father and the Holy Spirit in the form of a dove, is shown while placing a crown on the head of Mary as Queen of Heaven. The coronation of the Virgin Mary as the Queen of Heaven, according to the Church doctrine, is one of the episodes included in the cycle of the Ascension of the Mother of God and the last episode of Her life, which took place immediately after the Ascension. The coronation of the Virgin Mary is celebrated by the Catholic Church on August 22. In Orthodoxy, there is only the feast of the Dormition of the Virgin Mary.

  • ID# 17-079-109-SP2
  • Size 27 1/2 x 21 1/2 inches (70 x 54 cm)
  • Age ca. 1880s
  • Origin Provincial Russia
  • Materials Egg tempera on gessoed wood
  • Price $5,50020% off$4,400
  • Orthodox Cross
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Large Russian Icon - Our Lady of Tikhvin with 2 border saints

Large Russian Icon - Our Lady of Tikhvin with 2 border saints

Our Lady of Tikhvin (Tikhvinskaya) is one of the most celebrated and beautiful wonderworking icons of the Mother of God. Traditionally, it is said to be one of the icons painted by Saint Luke the Evangelist and is a contemporary of the Mother of God herself. The appearance of the icon is celebrated on June 26. The icon has a long history. During the Soviet oppression of the Orthodox Church, the original Theotokos of Tikhvin icon was brought to the USA for safekeeping. In 2004 it was transferred back to Russia to return to its home village of Tikhvin. In the iconographic sense, it is a Hodigitria type with the slightly inclined position of the Mother of God toward the Infant, Who is depicted on the left side of the image. The hand of the Mother of God is raised toward her breast as a sign of silent worship of her Son.

The border saints are St. Venerable Cyrill of Radonezh and St. Venerable Pelagia the Penitent (of Antioch).

  • ID# 75-039-150-SP2
  • Size 20 1/2 x 17 1/2 inches (52 x 44 cm)
  • Age ca. 1860s
  • Origin Central Russia
  • Materials Egg tempera and silvering on gessoed wood
  • Price $5,50020% off$4,400
  • Orthodox Cross
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Large Russian Icon - St. Nicholas the Miracleworker of Myra with 3 border saints

Large Russian Icon - St. Nicholas the Miracleworker of Myra with 3 border saints

Saint Nicholas the Wonderworker and Bishop of Myra (270 - 343), was a historic 4th-century Saint and Greek Bishop of Myra. Because of the many miracles attributed to his intercession, he is also known as Nikolas the Wonderworker. He had a reputation for secret gift-giving, such as putting coins in the shoes of those who left them out for him, and thus became the model for Santa Claus. His reputation evolved among the faithful, as was common for early Christian saints. 

Saint Nicholas is the patron Saint of sailors, merchants, archers, thieves, children, and students in Greece, Belgium, France, Romania, Bulgaria, Georgia, Albania, Russia, the Republic of Macedonia, Slovakia, Serbia, and Montenegro. He is also the patron saint of Aberdeen, Amsterdam, Barranquilla, Bari, Beit Jala, Fribourg, Huguenots, Kozani, Liverpool, Paternopoli, Sassari, Siggiewi, and Lorraine. His feast day is 6 December. 

The border saints are Saint John, Saint Catherine of Alexandria the Great Martyres, and Saint Barbara the Great Martyres.

  • ID# 132-047-114-SP2
  • Size 17 1/3 x 14 1/2 inches (44 x 37 cm)
  • Age ca. 1870s
  • Origin The Old Believer's workshop, Vetka, South Western Russia
  • Materials Egg tempera on gilt and gessoed wood
  • Price $3,75020% off$3,000
  • Orthodox Cross
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Russian Icon - The Resurrection and Principal Orthodox Feasts

Russian Icon - The Resurrection and Principal Orthodox Feasts

The icon depicts in the central panel the feast of the Resurrection of Jesus, called Pascha (Easter) - the greatest of the feasts of the Eastern Orthodox Church. It is surrounded by panels depicting the Twelve Principal Orthodox feasts:

  1. The Nativity of the Most Holy Mother of God
  2. The Presentation of the Theotokos
  3. The Annunciation of the Virgin Mary
  4. The Nativity of Christ
  5. The Baptism of Christ 
  6. The Transfiguration
  7. The Exaltation of the Cross
  8. The Dormition of the Most Holy Mother of God
  9. The Old Testament Trinity
  10. The Ascension of Christ 
  11. The Entry into Jerusalem
  12. The Presentation of Jesus at the Temple
  • ID# 158-009-013-SP2
  • Size 17 1/3 x 14 1/2 inches (44 x 37 cm)
  • Age ca. 1890
  • Origin Icon painting village of Palekh, Vladimir Region of Russia
  • Materials Egg tempera on gilt, tooled, and gessoed wood
  • Price SOLD!
  • Orthodox Cross
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Large Russian Icon - the Resurrection of Jesus & 12 Orthodox Saints

Large Russian Icon - the Resurrection of Jesus & 12 Orthodox Saints

The feast of the Resurrection of Jesus, called Pascha (Easter), is the greatest of the feasts of the Eastern Orthodox Church. In addition, there are other Twelve Great Feasts. Christ is shown rising from the grave accompanied by two angels. He is surrounded by twelve saints shown full-figured in six pairs. 

  • ID# 54-020-125-SP2
  • Size 20 3/4 x 15 1/3 inches (53 x 39 cm)
  • Age ca. 1880s
  • Origin Provincial Russia
  • Materials Egg tempera on gessoed wood
  • Price $3,00020% off$2,400
  • Orthodox Cross
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Large Russian Icon - The Holy Mandylion, Image of Christ Not Made by Hand

Large Russian Icon - The Holy Mandylion, Image of Christ Not Made by Hand

The Holy Mandylion icon represents the first not made by human hands image of the Savior miraculously created by Christ himself. According to the Christian tradition, King Abgar of Edessa wrote to Jesus, asking him to come to cure him of an illness. Instead, one of the seventy disciples, Thaddeus, is said to have come to Edessa, bearing the words and an image of Jesus, by the virtues of which the king was miraculously healed. To create his likeness, Jesus used a face cloth that miraculously bore the image of His face. This image of Christ preserved on the face cloth was kept and venerated in Edessa and became known as “The Holy Image of Edessa”, the “Holy Mandylion” (from Greek “face cloth”), or “The Image Not Made With Human Hands.” This iconographic type is widely used by both the Eastern and the Western Christian Churches. 

  • ID# 77-087-108-SP2
  • Size 19 ½ x 15 1/3 inches (50 x 39 cm)
  • Age ca. 1890s
  • Origin Provincial Russia
  • Materials Oil on gessoed wood with silvered metal halo
  • Price $3,00020% off$2,400
  • Orthodox Cross
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Large Russian Icon - The Resurrection of Christ

Large Russian Icon - The Resurrection of Christ

The feast of the Resurrection of Jesus, called Pascha (Easter), is the greatest feast of the Eastern Orthodox Church. Christ is shown standing on a Roman-style sarcophagus with his right hand raised and a pendant of Christianity in his left hand. Two winged angels are shown kneeling before the Savior with a palm branch of the Martyrdom. 

  • ID# 70-066-100-SP2
  • Size 20 1/2 x 16 1/2 inches (52 x 42 cm)
  • Age ca. 1890
  • Origin Provincial Russia
  • Materials Egg tempera on gilt, tooled, and gessoed wood
  • Price SOLD!
  • Orthodox Cross

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