Material: Nickel, brass, gold, silver, copper
Technique: electroforming, embossing, niello, chasing, panache with a needle, engraving, ink varnish.
Princess Olga ruled Kievan Rus, the first Russian rulers adopted Christianity before the Baptism of Rus. St. Princess Olga is venerated as the patroness of widows and new Christians. Icon made by electroforming from copper beech on the Board with the subsequent blackening. Olga is depicted in the traditional iconography for all the saints equal to the apostles. The icon is a depiction of the Princess in the king's clothes. In her right hand she holds a cross in his left hand a symbolic image of the temple. The right and left of the figure is the inscription "the Holy equal to the apostles Princess Olga"