Miniatures

Icon Medallion of the Crand Prince St Alexander Nevsky

Icon Medallion of the Crand Prince St Alexander Nevsky
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Miniatures, Enamel on copperplate; brass with granulation, 13.7x10.5 cm
Origin: Russia, Second half of the 19th - early 20th century
Personage: St Alexander Nevsky, Grand Prince
Source of entry: from the LENGORSUD, 1981
Theme: The Bible and Christianity

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