The Virgin of Ekatontapyliani of Paros Silver Icon

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The icon of the Virgin of Ekatontapyliani in Paros. The original icon is kept at the Sacred Pilgrimage of Ekatontapyliani in the island of Paros. We engraved the icon into plaster to create this unique certified copy. The icon is a silver 999° resized copy with partial 24K gold plating and screen printing the faces of Mary and Christ. It is accompanied by a certificate of the Sacred Pilgrimage of Ekatontapyliani in the island of Paros in Greece.

Your purchase supports the charitable giving of the Sacred Pilgrimage of Ekatontapyliani of Paros in Greece.

Dimensions: 28cm x 37,5cm

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This is one of the most important preserved Christian monuments found in the Greek territory and even the largest in size. According to the tradition, the first building of this church was the work of the Byzantine Emperor Constantine the Great who wanted to honor the desire of his mother, Saint Helena.

During the journey of the Saint Helen to the Holy Land, her ship was forced to flee to the port of Paros island, because of high seas. There, Saint Helen started praying to Virgin Mary and she made a vow that upon the completion of her journey to the Holy Land, she would build a magnificent church dedicated to the Assumption of Mary. The vow was fulfilled, when her son Constantine the Great, built a Basilica on the 4th century AD.

The original icon is kept at the Panagia Ekatontapyliani church in Paros. It is accompanied by a certificate of the Sacred Pilgrimage of Ekatontapyliani in the island of Paros in Greece. 

Your purchase supports the charitable giving of the Sacred Pilgrimage of Ekatontapyliani of Paros in Greece.

Area:
Paros
Date:
4th century A.D.
Dimensions (WxHxD):
28 cm x 37,5 cm
Gross Weight:
1600 gr
Material:
Silver 999° with partial 24K gold-plating
Subcategory:
Icon
Weight:
1230 gr

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