Saint Tryphon icon 9×15 cm
Picture made of solid wood from an old wine barrel and with 23 carat gold leaf.
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Saint Tryphon came from Lampsacus of Phrygia and lived in the years of the emperors Gordian (238-244), Philip (244-249) and Decius (249-251). He came from a poor family and in his childhood, he grazed geese to make a living. Protects fields from rodents, caterpillars and other bugs. Viticulturists avoid pruning on this day. His memory is celebrated on February 1 by the Orthodox Church and on November 10 by the Catholic Church.
Picture painted on an old solid piece of wood has the colours are non-toxic powder blended with acrylic resin. The background of the picture is covered in leaves of gold 23 carats. The final cover polish is of superior endurance against light and humidity it does not include polyurethane. Handed in with a certificate of authenticity from the artist. Net weight: 200 g.
|Weight (incl. packaging)||400 g|
|Dimensions||9 × 3 × 15 cm|