Brass Set of Russian-Style Wedding Crowns

Brass Set of Russian-Style Wedding Crowns
Brass Set of Russian-Style Wedding Crowns
Product Code: L0428 [ custom-made ]
Price: $459.95


  • two brass crowns (male and female) used during the sacrament of Matrimony


  • approx. dimensions: 8 1/4" in height, 7 1/2" in diameter
  • a female crown adorned with red beads
  • a male crown adorned with blue beads
  • a mechanism to adjust the crown circumference according to the head size

Crowns (Gr. Stephana) - Metal crowns with which the priest "crowns" the newlyweds during the sacrament of Matrimony. The crowns signify the purity and represent the power that is given to the newlyweds to become "king and queen" of their home.

After prayers are offered on their behalf, the groom and bride are crowned by the priest "In the Name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit":
O Lord, our God, crown them in glory and in honour.

The crowns have two meanings. First, they reveal that the man and woman, in their union with Christ, participate in His Kingship. Second, as in the ancient Church, crowns are a symbol of martyrdom. The word "martyr" means witness. The common life of the bride and groom is to bear witness to the Presence of Christ in their lives and in the world. Martyrdom is usually associated with death. So the reality of God's Kingdom in the life of the husband and wife will necessarily take the form of dying to one's self, to one's will, and the giving of one's life totally to the other, and through the other, to Christ.
Source: WikipediA & OrthodoWiki

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