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The Holy Prince Igor Chernigovsky | High quality icon on wood | Size: 5.1 x 6.5 inch

bySacred Art
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  • Made in Russia
  • Quality serigraphy icon on wood
  • Blessed in Russian church
  • Material: Wooden Plank
  • Can be used at Home, Church, Chapel, Classroom Decoration.
  • Dimensions (LxH): 13 x 16.5 cm or 5.1 x 6.5 inch
  • Thickness of Wood 1.5 cm or 0.6 inch
  • Have a hole at the backside and can be mounted on wall
  • Certificate of quality
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Russian icon The Holy Prince Igor Chernigovsky.
This fabulous Russian orthodox icon is made of solid wood using an ancient Russian technique with transverse beams, which prevent the curvature of the wood over time. This handcrafted icon -The Holy Prince Igor Chernigovsky, has been produced using paint and decoupage methods. The halos are painted with fine colors similar to pure gold.

The Holy Prince Igor Chernigovsky was the son of Prince Oleg, great-grandson of Yaroslav the Wise. The middle of the 12th century was a time of sorrow for the Rus during the continuous internecine strife for the Kiev reign of two princely groups: Olegovichi and Mstislavich. Saint Igor, who by the will of God entered the struggle for the Kiev reign, had to atone for the martyrdom of the hereditary sin of princely feuds. Igor's elder brother Vsevolod Olegovich, who reigned in Kiev, decided to transfer the city to his brother Igor. This became a pretext for inciting hatred against Igor and all the Olegovichi. So Saint Igor, who was involved against the will in the very center of events, became an innocent victim of growing hatred.

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Listed on 16 August, 2022