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The Our Lady of China Icon Desk Plaque is a traditional religious icon that beautifully depicts Our Lady of China. The Our Lady of China icon was originally produced by Mount Tabor Studios, a team of iconographers headed by Fr. Abbot Damian Higgins, who have collectively produced over 1,000 icons in the past 20 years. Many of the icons are painted using the traditional method of egg tempera and exhibit the influence of various schools, including Greek, Byzantine, and Russian iconography.
Icon Symbolism and Meaning
The letters on the opposite sides of the upper part of the icon MP θY represent the Greek for “Mother of God.” The ICXC to the right of the Christ child is an abbreviation or “Christogram” of the Greek words for Jesus Christ (ΙΗ?ΟΥ? ΧΡΙ?ΤΟ?.
Learn more about Fr. Damian and the Holy Transfiguration Monastery Monks of Mount Tabor here: https://monksofmttabor.com/
Adorn a shelf, mantle, or bedside table with this beautiful, high-quality, glossy wood 4"x6" plaque which comes with an easel back and hanging hook. This durable plaque makes a lovely and economical gift for any occasion!
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Mount Tabor Studios is a group of iconographers lead by Fr. Damian Higgins. Under his direction, the work of these highly-skilled lay and religious iconographers is made available worldwide for the first time ever through Catholic to the Max. The heart of their work is bringing Christ to the world through their sacred arts, providing aids to prayer, and spreading the Gospel. They are also proud to promote the work of various iconographers and the call to monastic life.
Fr. Abbot Damian Higgins
- Nestor Mykyta
- Bohdan Terletsky
- Fr. Thomas Marretta
- Nestor Mykyshyn
- Fr. George Kuto
- Fr Theodore Jurevich
- Yuri Kuchakov
- Fr. Theodore Koufos
and many more...
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