Saint Martin of Tours (XVc) Icon - S395

No reviews yet Write a Review
From $9.95
Gift wrapping:
Add in cart

Gift Options

Gift wrap can be added to this item in your cart before checkout.

Kraft Paper

  • Classic brown kraft paper
  • Paper ribbon and bow

Premium Gift Wrap

  • Red kraft paper
  • Premium seasonal ribbon and bow

Gift Message

  • You can include a gift message in your Order Comments at the end of the checkout process

Do packing slips show prices?

  • No, the packing slip included with your order will not show prices.
  • International orders will include prices, as required by Customs.
Current Stock:

Rush: Expedited production available at checkout for certain configurations. (more)

Frequently Bought Together:

Saint Martin of Tours (XVc) Icon - S395
Inc. Tax
Ex. Tax


Saint Martin lived in the 4th century. He was a soldier in the Roman army. Once, he gave his cloak to a beggar, and Christ appeared to Martin in a dream, wearing the cloak. He was baptized soon afterwards, but remained in the army—reluctantly, but he was obligated because his father was an officer. He kept the Cross as his shield, and stood against enemies unarmed.

Martin was allowed to leave the army and took up a monastic way of life. He was elected Bishop of Tours in 371, and continued his monastic lifestyle, giving generously to the poor. He fell asleep on November 8, 397. His feast, called Martinmas in the West, is celebrated on November 11, or in some places, on November 12.

In this 15th century icon, St. Martin is depicted as a young soldier, giving his cloak to the beggar.


Saintly Rank:
Saintly Rank:

Delivery & Returns


Our icons are hand-crafted and made-to-order. Allow time for production. Please note that your chosen shipping method does not include production time. (For example, if you select 2 day shipping, your order will be delivered 2 days after it ships, not 2 days after the order is placed.) Please visit our Shipping FAQ page for more information about how long you can expect production to take.



We can ship to virtually any address in the world. Note that there are restrictions on some products, and some products cannot be shipped to international destinations. Also note that we ship international orders DDU. When you place an order, we will estimate shipping and delivery dates for you based on the availability of your items and the shipping options you choose. Depending on the shipping provider you choose, shipping date estimates may appear on the shipping quotes page. Click here to learn more about shipping.


We allow returns for many of our items, but restrictions apply. Please visit our Return Policy page for more information.

Customer Reviews

Customers Also Viewed

Saint Patrick Icon - S410

Saint Patrick Icon - S410

From $9.95
Saint Patrick was a 5th century missionary and bishop in Ireland, and he is the foremost patron saint of that country. His feast is celebrated on March 17 by Christians all around the world. In the...
Saint Mary of Egypt (XXIc) Icon - S573

Saint Mary of Egypt (XXIc) Icon - S573

From $9.95
Saint Mary lived in the fifth century. As a girl, she left her Christian family in order to follow her pleasures in unbridled sinful living. At one point she joined a group of pilgrims to Jerusalem,...
Saint Lawrence of Rome Icon - S474

Saint Lawrence of Rome Icon - S474

From $9.95
Saint Lawrence (Laurence) lived in the 3rd century. He was a companion of Pope Martyr St. Sixtus II, one of Rome's seven deacons at that time, all of whom were martyred under Emperor Valerian in the...
Saint Aidan of Lindisfarne Icon - S471

Saint Aidan of Lindisfarne Icon - S471

From $9.95
Saint Aidan was a 7th century Irish missionary to Northumbria in northern England. Centuries after the fall of the Western Roman Empire, its impacts were beginning to fade, and paganism was making a...