Orthodox Icons, Religious Keepsakes, Jewelry and More

Icon2The history of Holy Icons is directly connected with the history of the Holy Orthodox Faith

In the 4th century the Byzantine Empire adopted Christianity. Emperor Constantine became the first Christian Emperor, influenced by his mother, St. Helen. The Orthodox Faith having been established in Palestine, Syria, Mesopotamia, Italy and Africa now began to spread through Cappadocia and all of Greece and northward to the Balkans; Serbia, Bulgaria, Macedonia then on to Russia. Georgia was already Christian. And also in the west to France, Germany and England having spread through eastern Europe, Poland, Romania and the Carpathian region. Holy Orthodox Faith still flourishes in most every land in the world, even in places like China, South America and now here in America, who now boasts many of her own saints.

We wish to remind our patrons of the following:

The Orthodox Church has three art forms which reflects and teaches Her theology. They are Iconography, that is holy icons, Next is Hymnnography, that is expressed in Her hymns, prayers and services.Lastly Hagiography, that is, the lives of the saints. We hope to impart some edification to our patrons with what we have to offer.

C2 Hope Cross

C2 Hope Cross

3/4 x 1-3/8 Available in Sterling Silver only

  • Price: $65.00

Nativity Advent Calendar

Nativity Advent Calendar

This Orthodox Nativity Advent Calendar starts at the beginning of the Nativity Fast, Nov. 15/28 through Dec. 25/Jan. 7.

  • Price: $15.00

Theotokos of Seven Swords

Theotokos of Seven Swords

This icon is sometimes called “Symeon's Prophesy.”

  • Price: $20.00

Ukraine shipping charge

Ukraine shipping charge

  • Price: $18.00

C22 Joyous Cross

C22 Joyous Cross

7/8x1-1/8 - Available in Sterling Silver and 14K Gold

  • Price: $50.00

C5 Bethany Cross

C5 Bethany Cross

3/4 x1-3/8 available Sterling Silver and 14K Gold

  • Price: $60.00

Seraphim-Full Statura

Seraphim-Full Statura

+ St. Seraphim of Sarov January 2/ 15 - July 19/Aug. 1

  • Price: $20.00