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Welcome to the latest collection of Orthodox Russian and religious crosses, icons, angels, and gifts handcrafted (repousse) in the traditional Byzantine Art style using tin and aluminum.  

Some of the icons that we offer are Our Lady of Guadalupe, Virgin Mary and Child, Mother Of God, Christ Pantocrator, Holy Trinity, Holy Family or Nativity, Our Lady of Perpetual Help and a big selection of classic or modern crosses.

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The icons and crosses offered by us are individually hand crafted with a modern technique using aluminum or tin instead of sterling silver.  All of our pieces are carefully embossed or repousse and mounted on a piece of wood. Each piece has been given a special patina to age them. We guarantee that our pieces will never tarnish or deteriorate .

We will also teach you how you can create your own metal embossed piece using the decorative art form of the Byzantine icon tradition that originated in Constantinople in the year 330.

Seven different kits are available. Each kit contains everything you need to complete your own Byzantine style art.  Included in each kit are the metal sheet, wood piece, tools, pattern or design, detailed instructions and a video giving step by step on how to create your masterpiece.


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