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Crucifixion & Presentation of Christ in The Temple, Reversible Cross

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Crucifixion & Presentation of Christ in The Temple, Reversible Orthodox Cross, Sterling Silver, 22kt Gold gilded

The cross with images of the Crucifixion on a face sheet. The Virgin and apostle John Bogoslov are approaching to Jesus.
During sufferings of the Lord they one have not left It until the last minute. Jesus Christ inplined a head to the favourite pupil and as if speaks: "Please care about my mother".
Above a head of the Lord on a cross-section crossbeam four letters are written: "INCI". This image of the tablet "Jesus Nazorej Tsar Iudejsky" which under order Pilata have beaten to Cross of Jesus.
Near to the Christ, Mother of God and apostle John their sacred names are in abbreviated form written: under the doctrine of Church the icon unsigned loses the wonder-working force.
The represented event is named also. "Crucifixion of God" - is written under the extended hands of the Christ.

SIZE: 1" x 3/4".

Optional: sterling silver chain, gold plated, 18" length.

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