Greek wedding crowns

Greek wedding crowns

Posted by missrita18 on 2008-12-15 19:25:23 (read 5274 times)
I am trying to order wedding crowns, which appear to have two different prices, cross shaped brown wooden. What is the price?

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    1 - Church Banners and Flags Small Standing Greek Flag
    Style Greek Flag
    Flag size : 15x23cm

    The pattern and colors of the Greek Flag have changed somewhat since the Revolution of the Hellenic Nation in 1821.
    The stripes represent the number of the syllables in the phrase: Eleftheria i Thanatos (Liberty or Death).
    The Hellenic Square Cross that rests on the upper left-side of the flag and occupies one fourth of the total area.
    $5.10 100 gr
    2 - Votives Wedding Crowns
    Alouminium 6x8cm
    $5.26 100 gr
    3 - Wedding Boubounieres Wedding Boubouniera
    Boubouniera for Wedding 8cm
    Unique handmade boubouniera for wedding
    $5.95 101 gr
    4 - Classic Catholic Saint Icons Andrew
    Size No.4550-60 Size : 6x9 cm
    Commemorates on: November 30
    This Saint was from Bethsaida of Galilee; he was the son of Jonas and the brother of Peter, the chief of the Apostles. He had first been a disciple of John the Baptist; afterwards, on hearing the Baptists witness concerning Jesus, when he pointed Him out with his finger and said, "Behold the Lamb of God, Which take away the sin of the world" he straightway followed Christ, and became His first disciple; wherefore he is called the First called of the Apostles. After the Ascension of the Saviour, he preached in various lands; and having suffered many things for His Names sake, he died in Patras of Achaia, where he was crucified on a cross in the shape of an "X," the first letter of "Christ" in Greek; this cross is also the symbol of Saint Andrew.
    $6.53 250 gr
    5 - Classic Catholic Saint Icons Athanasios
    Size No.4550-60 Size : 6x9 cm
    Commemorates on: January 18
    He was born in Alexandria about the year 296. He received an excellent training in Greek letters and especially in the sacred Scriptures. Saint Alexander, the Archbishop of Alexandria, brought him up in piety, ordained him his deacon, and, after deposing Arius for his blasphemy against the Divinity of the Son of God, took Athanasius to the First Council in Nicaea in 325; Saint Athanasius was to spend the remainder of his life labouring in defence of this holy Council. In 326, before his death, Alexander appointed Athanasius his successor. The great Athanasius passed the remaining seven years of his life in peace. Saint Athanauus wrote the life of Saint Anthony the Great, with whom he spent time in his youth; ordained Saint Frumentius first Bishop of Ethiopia; and in his Paschal Encyclical for the year 367 set forth the books of the Old and New Testaments accepted by the Church as canonical.
    $6.53 250 gr
    6 - Church Banners and Flags Flags
    Size 15x23cm
    Byzantine Flags, First Byzantine Flag 4B, Greek Flags, US Flags and many more.
    $7.85 600 gr
    7 - Church Banners and Flags Small Flag Byzantine Double-Headed Eagle
    Style Byzantine Flag with Eagle
    Flag size : 15x23cm
    According to the history Michael VIII Paleologue adopted this symbol after he had reconquered Constantinople from the Crusaders in 1261. It represented looking towards the East (Asia Minor, traditional power center of the Byzantine-government in exile after the IVth Crusade) and theWest (newly reconquered land in Europe.)
    The double-headed eagle had in the two centuries of Paleologue rule become identified not just with the dynasty but with the Empire itself and, more generally, with institutions and cultural ideas outside the Byzantine Empire that still remained centered on Constantinople. Most obvious of these is the Greek Orthodox Church, centered in theory in Istanbul to this day, and so it is not surprising that the Church would use the flag.
    $8.31 100 gr
    8 - Classic Catholic Saint Icons Andrew
    Size No.4550-50 Size : 10x16cm
    Commemorates on: November 30
    This Saint was from Bethsaida of Galilee; he was the son of Jonas and the brother of Peter, the chief of the Apostles. He had first been a disciple of John the Baptist; afterwards, on hearing the Baptists witness concerning Jesus, when he pointed Him out with his finger and said, "Behold the Lamb of God, Which take away the sin of the world" he straightway followed Christ, and became His first disciple; wherefore he is called the First called of the Apostles. After the Ascension of the Saviour, he preached in various lands; and having suffered many things for His Names sake, he died in Patras of Achaia, where he was crucified on a cross in the shape of an "X," the first letter of "Christ" in Greek; this cross is also the symbol of Saint Andrew.
    $8.62 350 gr
    9 - Classic Catholic Saint Icons Athanasios
    Size No.4550-50 Size : 10x16cm
    Commemorates on: January 18
    He was born in Alexandria about the year 296. He received an excellent training in Greek letters and especially in the sacred Scriptures. Saint Alexander, the Archbishop of Alexandria, brought him up in piety, ordained him his deacon, and, after deposing Arius for his blasphemy against the Divinity of the Son of God, took Athanasius to the First Council in Nicaea in 325; Saint Athanasius was to spend the remainder of his life labouring in defence of this holy Council. In 326, before his death, Alexander appointed Athanasius his successor. The great Athanasius passed the remaining seven years of his life in peace. Saint Athanauus wrote the life of Saint Anthony the Great, with whom he spent time in his youth; ordained Saint Frumentius first Bishop of Ethiopia; and in his Paschal Encyclical for the year 367 set forth the books of the Old and New Testaments accepted by the Church as canonical.
    $8.62 350 gr
    10 - Votives Wedding Crowns
    Silver Plated 6x8cm
    $8.78 100 gr
    11 - Classic Catholic Saint Icons Andrew
    Size No.4540-50 Size : 10x14cm with frame
    Commemorates on: November 30
    This Saint was from Bethsaida of Galilee; he was the son of Jonas and the brother of Peter, the chief of the Apostles. He had first been a disciple of John the Baptist; afterwards, on hearing the Baptists witness concerning Jesus, when he pointed Him out with his finger and said, "Behold the Lamb of God, Which take away the sin of the world" he straightway followed Christ, and became His first disciple; wherefore he is called the First called of the Apostles. After the Ascension of the Saviour, he preached in various lands; and having suffered many things for His Names sake, he died in Patras of Achaia, where he was crucified on a cross in the shape of an "X," the first letter of "Christ" in Greek; this cross is also the symbol of Saint Andrew.
    $9.53 400 gr
    12 - Classic Catholic Saint Icons Athanasios
    Size No.4540-50 Size : 10x14cm with frame
    Commemorates on: January 18
    He was born in Alexandria about the year 296. He received an excellent training in Greek letters and especially in the sacred Scriptures. Saint Alexander, the Archbishop of Alexandria, brought him up in piety, ordained him his deacon, and, after deposing Arius for his blasphemy against the Divinity of the Son of God, took Athanasius to the First Council in Nicaea in 325; Saint Athanasius was to spend the remainder of his life labouring in defence of this holy Council. In 326, before his death, Alexander appointed Athanasius his successor. The great Athanasius passed the remaining seven years of his life in peace. Saint Athanauus wrote the life of Saint Anthony the Great, with whom he spent time in his youth; ordained Saint Frumentius first Bishop of Ethiopia; and in his Paschal Encyclical for the year 367 set forth the books of the Old and New Testaments accepted by the Church as canonical.
    $9.53 400 gr
    13 - Church Banners and Flags Flags
    Size 20x30cm
    Byzantine Flags, First Byzantine Flag 4B, Greek Flags, US Flags and many more.
    $9.95 800 gr
    14 - Church Banners and Flags Small Standing Greek Flag
    Style Greek Flag with Wooden Base
    Flag size : 15x23cm

    The pattern and colors of the Greek Flag have changed somewhat since the Revolution of the Hellenic Nation in 1821.
    The stripes represent the number of the syllables in the phrase: Eleftheria i Thanatos (Liberty or Death).
    The Hellenic Square Cross that rests on the upper left-side of the flag and occupies one fourth of the total area.
    $10.35 600 gr
    15 - Church Banners and Flags Small Flag Byzantine Double-Headed Eagle
    Style Byzantine Flag with Wooden Base
    Flag size : 15x23cm
    According to the history Michael VIII Paleologue adopted this symbol after he had reconquered Constantinople from the Crusaders in 1261. It represented looking towards the East (Asia Minor, traditional power center of the Byzantine-government in exile after the IVth Crusade) and theWest (newly reconquered land in Europe.)
    The double-headed eagle had in the two centuries of Paleologue rule become identified not just with the dynasty but with the Empire itself and, more generally, with institutions and cultural ideas outside the Byzantine Empire that still remained centered on Constantinople. Most obvious of these is the Greek Orthodox Church, centered in theory in Istanbul to this day, and so it is not surprising that the Church would use the flag.
    $10.50 600 gr
     
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