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Saint Nicholas, Greek Serigraph Orthodox Icon

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Saint Nicholas icon was meticulously and reverently created by hand, using traditional forms and materials in a unique and contemporary serigraphic procedure.

Comes with hook for hanging, stand for standing and cloth pouch.
Certificate of authenticity attached

Made In Greece

SIZE: 10" x 7 1/2", thickness of the icon: 3/4"

Saint Nicholas has miraculously answered Christians' prayers for centuries. Born toward the end of the third century, Saint Nicholas was elected the Archbishop of Myra upon the death of his uncle, the archbishop.
Christ and the Virgin Mary are portrayed on each side of St Nicholas affirming his authority as an orthodox (true believing) bishop as he opposed the Arian heresy at the Council of Nicaea.
St Nicholas. the Wonderworker, is known as the protector of children, patron of travelers, sailors, unmarried girls, merchants as well as pawn brokers and jewelers.
St Nicholas is the patron saint of Bari (where his relics venerated), Greece and Russia. Perhaps St Nicholas is best known as Santa Claus, Father Christmas and Fr Noel, His feast day is December 6th (December 19 on the Julian calendar) in both the Eastern and Western Churches.

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