Bracelet Akimov 105.356 «God's power»

Bracelet Akimov 105.356 «God's power»
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Jewelry set «Akimov»

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Average weight:
  • Silver (925)
  • Fine plastic. Sculpture. Niello. Handwork. Limited Edition.

A massive silver bracelet glorifies Christ as the conqueror over hell, as the Power of God in the struggle between good and evil.

The bracelet is securely attached to the wrist using a convenient fastener, the mechanism of which was developed by the Akimov company and is protected by the patent law of the Russian Federation (patent No. 2720894)

The silver clasp, which is an important semantic and artistic component of the product, is decorated with the image of the most ancient Christian symbol - chrysma. This is a monogram of the name of the Savior, which consists of crossed Greek letters X (chi) and P (ro), which begin in the name of Christ. On the left and right are the letters Alpha and Omega - the first and last letters of the Greek alphabet. The Lord Himself says about Himself: “I am the Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end, which is and was and is to come, the Almighty” (Rev. 1: 8). The chrysma sign placed in a laurel wreath became a symbol of victory in the first centuries of Christianity. On each link are written the words of an appeal to God from the prayer "Our Father". This is the only prayer that the Lord Himself gave to people in response to the apostles' request to teach them how to pray to Him. The words "Our Father" are written in Latin: "Pater noster". Latin is one of the three ancient sacred languages of the Church, in which the apostles Peter and Paul preached.