This weekend, we have lots of great things in store!
- Grab Bags are almost sold out! Hurry and save about 50% on museum-quality icons!
- Our new Premium Tea Collection is 10% off for its inaugural weekend!* We have spent years trying to find the best-tasting tea, better than anything you'll find in a supermarket, we think you'll agree! Even non-tea drinkers have told us they love it!
- Receive a FREE Mini "Christ the Good Shepherd" icon with your order of $19.95 or more! This is one of our most popular icons, and we think you will love the image of Our Lord as the Good Shepherd. If you already have one, you can share it with a friend or someone in need!
- Our second printing of The Didache is nearly sold out! Wow! Get your copy for just $4.95 out-the-door. Shipping on this item is now FREE, worldwide!
- We have recently added dozens of new icons from around the world. Check them out today!
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"Everything about this icon speaks to the most inner parts of my heart." –Skip, Christ Pantocrator (Hagia Sophia)
"This was my first icon that I bought from Legacy Icons, and it set a precedent for high quality, beauty and reliability. I bought the Masterpiece style of the icon, and was stunned at the depth of the colour and texture of the icon on the canvas. This icon remains one of my most cherished possessions." –B.F., Holy Trinity (Rublev)
"Gave it to my dad for an early Father's Day gift and he loved it. He lit a coal immediately and filled the house with a heavenly smell that instantly made us feel as if we were in church or at a monastery. Highly recommend this kit!" –Natania, Frankincense Kit B
In all of our products, we gather the very best quality materials and supplies from around the world, and we work hard to bring them all to you for your worship and enjoyment. Why not try something new today?
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This first week of Lent in the Eastern Orthodox tradition, which most of our employees observe, is called Clean Week, and it is a time full of church services. Our operating hours will be somewhat reduced and irregular this week, as well as throughout Lent, so we do ask for your patience. If you need to [...]
Description:Legacy Icons is seeking applicants for a new Print Assets Manager position. This will be a part-time position to start, but we expect to expand the position over the next 3-12 months.The Print Assets Manager will be responsible for generating print lists, laying out print jobs, cutting and filing prints, and maintaining the print department. [...]
When Saint John the Forerunner (also known as John the Baptist) was beheaded by Herod, his head was placed on a platter and given to his daughter at the request of her mother. The masterfully-composed liturgical hymns for this commemoration are unsettling in their descriptions of the scene: As shameless Herod’s birthday was being celebrated, the [...]
On August 16 we celebrate the Icon of Our Lord "Made Without Hands." This icon, also known as the Holy Face, the Holy Napkin, or the Mandylion, portrays the face of Christ on a piece of cloth, carried by the Archangels Michael and Gabriel. According to Christian legend, King Abgar of Edessa wrote to Jesus, asking [...]
This past weekend, we celebrated the Feast of the Transfiguration of the Lord. In this post Sam Granger looks at how the Transfiguration "sheds some light" on the Orthodox, on iconography, and on our understanding of Christ.The Feast of the Transfiugration is a big deal for Orthodox Christians, because it's the feast dedicated to Christ's [...]
In addition to bringing you the highest quality icons, Legacy Icons is committed to fostering a culture that has its saints in flesh and blood, not just wood and paint. To help make this a reality, our new blog will post articles covering spirituality, the liturgical calendar, art history, patristic wisdom, and other food for [...]
In addition to bringing high-quality icons to your churches and homes, Legacy Icons wants to foster the culture which makes these icons and the saints in them a reality. To do this, our new blog will post articles covering spirituality, the liturgical calendar, art history, patristic wisdom, and other food for thought...or in this case [...]