A superb hand-written icon of the martyred Tsar Nicholas Romanov. He holds a scroll which reads: "For a righteous and blameless man became a subject for mockery, for it had been ordained that he should fall under others at the appointed time, and that his house should be laid to waste by the lawless." Job 12:4. He wears a majestic red martyr's robe, and the 300-year-old crown of the Romanov Dynasty. Dedications in Slavonic calligraphy. Painted in Russia. Mounted within a rough, hand made traditional icon frame, or kiyot of wood. 7½x6x1¼ inches. One only.
Note: Reflections of our studio lights are seen in the photographs.