043-XC Christ the Pantocrator
This lacquered icon is a replica of a famous Byzantine icon of Christ the Pantocrator of Isaac Doukas, painted in mid-XIV century. Isaac Doukas Comnenus, the ruler of Cyprus, is mentioned in an inscription on the icon's frame, which is where the name of this icon comes from. This icon has a silver basma oklad, which consists of thin relief stripes of silver. This icon of Christ the Pantocrator was made in the lacquered icons workshop of St Elisabeth Convent. A high-quality printed image is glued to a birch or alder wooden board and covered with a protective coat.