Guardian Angel (Extra Small)

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Date: 20th c. (Late)

Location: Holy Trinity Monastery, New York

Heritage: Russian

Guardian Angel (Extra Small)

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Date: 20th c. (Late)
Location: Holy Trinity Monastery, New York
Heritage: Russian

"O angel of God, my holy guardian, keep my life in the fear of Christ God; strengthen my mind in the true way, and wound my soul with heavenly love, so that guarded by you, I may obtain great mercy of Christ God."

At baptism, each of us receives a Guardian angel, a messenger of God, whose sole purpose it is to steer us towards the Heavenly Kingdom by constantly prodding our conscience, fighting off attacking enemies with a sword, and teaching us how to think, feel, and act in a godly manner.

About the icons;

The icons are produced by a small Eastern Orthodox monastery in Wisconsin, USA. Its members invite us to encounter Orthodox Christian spirituality as expressed in the wonderful images of the icons.

All prints are carefully chosen and reproduced in brilliant colour. They are laminated with durable 5mm low lustre mylar film that seals and protects each icon against dirt and moisture. Each is mounted on the most warp-resistant birch plywood (Extra Small icons are mounted on pressboard) and are keyholed and ready to hang.

We guarantee they are of the highest quality.

We have access to over 700 standard and custom made icons for many specific saints etc from our supplier so email us with your requests and we will let you know availability and costs

64 x 89mm, mounted on 6mm thick wood, beautifully presented.

Also can be ordered in other sizes.

XS (64 x 89mm): $17.95
S (102 x 153mm): $34.95
ML (153 x 204mm): $49.95
L (204 x 255mm): $59.95
XL (280 x 356mm): $89.95

Sizes are approximate and may vary slightly from Icon to Icon.

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Additional Information

Cover No
Width (mm) 64
Height (mm) 89

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