An exquisite silver Greek Orthodox icon of St. Constantine & St. Helen.
St. Constatine is famed for his re-founding of Byzantium as "New Rome," which was always called "Constantine's City" Constantinople. With the Edict of Milan in 313, Constantine and his co-Emperor removed all onus from Christianity. The Orthodox Church keeps his feast on May 21, along with his mother, Empress Saint Helen, as Holy Equals-to-the-Apostles.
Made of 950o proof silver on a selected timber frame with the painted parts of the icon painted by hand. Exact reproduction of an antique Byzantine masterpiece.
The icon can be 24K gold plated upon request with a small extra charge.
There is a wide variety of additional silver icons available. Please contact us for more information.