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Icon of Saint Eustace the Roman

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Icon of Saint Eustace the Roman

This beautiful sacred image was created on an alder board using a special serigraphy technique, which provides the icon with a unique color and optimal durability. Finished by hand gilding and varnished. On its back there is an embossed and gilded certificate of authenticity.

Little is known about Eustace's life and these are only legends. Before converting to Christianity, he was to be called Placidus (Placid) and he was a general of Emperor Trajan. While hunting deer between Tibur and Praeneste, he saw the cross of Jesus in deer's antlers. After this incident, he was converted and baptized with his family, and then he took the name Eustace. He suffered a series of misfortunes that tested his faith: he lost his property, his servants died of plague, his wife was kidnapped during a sea voyage, and while he was crossing the river with two sons, his children were kidnapped by a wolf and a lion. Eustace lamented but did not lose faith. Soon after, he regained his family and former position. Because he refused to make a pagan sacrifice, he was sentenced to death with his wife and sons by Emperor Hadrian. He was first thrown to the lions to be devoured, but since they did not harm him, he was killed in a red-hot bronze bull (or goiter). The story of St. Eustachy was popularized by the Golden Legend of Jacob de Voragine.
He is a patron of firefighters (next to St. Florian), hunters and foresters (next to St. Hubert), trappers, tortured people and Madrid.
He also patronizes: stallholders (hawkers), merchants, armorers and gunsmiths. He is also called in the event of horse disease and mourning in the family.

Due to exceptional workmanship and a spiritual value, this holy image is a great gift idea for Baptism, Communion, Confirmation, wedding or birthday. Each icon is packed in an elegant box with a transparent lid.
Icon was is created in a Polish studio using our best materials.
Icons are individually adjusted to the size and type of board on which they are made. Within a given pattern, there may be slight differences in its size (+/- 2 mm).

Available dimensions:
10x14cm for hanging and standing displays,
12x16cm for hanging and standing displays,
17x23cm for a hanging display,
29x39cm for hanging display.

3,94" x 5,52" for hanging and standing displays
4,73'' x 6,30'' for hanging and standing displays,
6,70'' x 9,10'' for a hanging display,
11,41" x 15,35" for hanging display.

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