Napkin ring with floral decoration from a Byzantine silver icon. The napkin ring is made of silver 999°. A unique decoration for your table linens.
Dimensions: 4 cm x 2 cm
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Byzantine art is mainly ecclesiastical art, which was born after the recognition of Christianity as an official religion of the Roman Empire by Constantine the Great and the transfer of the capital of the empire to Constantinople, in 330 A.D.. The main characteristics of Byzantine Art are interiority, symbolism and transcendence. The frames of the icons in Byzantine art are often decorated with floral decorations, which are used by the artist to depict the natural world.
Exhibits of Byzantine art, one can see at Benaki Museum in Athens.
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