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G0246 Orthodox Saint Silver Icon - Agios Anargiri ( Holy Unmercenaries ) 13x19cm

[Code : G0246] G0246 Orthodox Saint Silver Icon - Agios Anargiri ( Holy Unmercenaries ) 13x19cm

Height 19 cm (7.5 in.)
Width 13 cm (5.1 in.)
Price $186.00

Orthodox Saint Silver Icon - Agios Anargiri ( Holy Unmercenaries ) Kosmas & Damianos 13x19cm Style: G0246
Name Day: November 1

This is an exact copy of a Byzantine hagiography icon, handmade in Greece using traditional Byzantine iconography techniques. The icon is made of copper with a layer of .925 Sterling Silver and is tarnish-free (does not require polish). The icons silver design is 3D and features intricate raised detail and the face is hand-painted using high quality paint. The icon is mounted on a wooden plaque, with two wood stain color options: brown or black. Please see more pictures for detailed view of color options.

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Icon approx. 13 cm x 19 cm (5.1 in x 7.5 in)
Tarnish Free Sterling Silver (925 Stamp), Copper, Wood

This is a limited stock item, typically delivered in 3-4 weeks. Please contact us for express delivery options.

Saints Cosmas and Damian - patron saints of Philoptochos Anargyri
The Holy Unmercenaries were physicians who, during their lives on earth, worked to heal all without concern for gain; and who since their repose continue to heal by their prayers those who call on them in faith. Kosmas and Damianos were born of wealthy parents and educated in the best schools receiving degrees in medicine. They were apostles of Christ and physicians of both the body and soul, who pledged never to accept payment of any kind for their services. They healed thousands through the miracle of prayer and medicine.

Philoptochos members strive to make a difference in the lives of others, following the example of our patron saints. Sainta named after Kosmas and Damianos include: Saints Cosmas and Damian (October 17); Saints Cyrus and John (January 31, June 28); Thallelaius (May 20); Samson (June 27); Saints Cosmas and Damian (July 1); Hermolaüs (July 26); Panteleimon (July 27); and Diomedes (August 16).

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