This is a unique and comprehensive collection of Icons of the major feastdays and saints of the Orthodox liturgical year. 103 Icon Set includes Feasts of the Lord, Feasts of the Theotokos, Triodion, Lent and Pentecost Periods, plus more than 60 saints.
* CASES ARE NOT ALWAYS IN STOCK, IF MADE TO ORDER THEN EXPECT 4 TO 6 WEEKS DELAY IN SHIPMENT.
These large icons are printed in Greece from originals by the Pachomian Brothers of Mt. Athos and on heavy card stock. It is an attractive and useful addition in any parish, both small and large. This icon box for narthex and church use, looks beautiful on the Proskinitarion or icon stand. Display one icon under glass and store the remaining underneath in the icon box. The icon box or icon case is custom made by hand.
Icon inscriptions are in Greek (Hellenistic Greek). Please reference the links below for the icon names in English:
Hardwood Case: Custom designed to handsomely display the feastday icon under protective glass, while safely storing the others in the back. Please indicate your wood choice when ordering and $190 will be added to your total.
103 Byzantine Icon Set: $495.00
Hardwood Display Case: $190.00 (optional)
Shipping & Handling: $ 30.00
Total for Set: $715.00
When you enter the Church, it is customary to venerate (kiss) the holy icons. Think of it as greeting our Lord and his Mother and the patron saint of the church as you enter into God's home. Usually there are icons in the narthex and/or at the entrance of the nave, and many churches have icon stands at the front near the iconostasion as well. Non-Orthodox newcomers to the Church are sometimes confused or perplexed about venerating icons and it helps to understand that we worship God alone and we honor the Mary and the saints whose lives are beacons of the light of Christ .
In a very traditional church, an icon will be on a stand at the entrance or in the center of the nave; this icon is venerated first. Often this set of icons--103 Byzantine Icons with Case-- is placed on a podium or proskinitaria in your church narthex so that the faithful will be able to "read" the icon and know which feastday is being celebrated.
When venerating an icon, it is appropriate to kiss the hand or feet of Christ and his saints showing the proper respect. If wearing lipstick or lip balm/gloss, please be careful not to get it on the icon.