An Orthodox Christian Easter Egg made of finewood with the image of the Icon of “St. Pantaleon the Great Martyr and Physician”.
Pantaleon the Great Martyr is venerated in the Orthodox Church as a formidable saint, the patron of soldiers.
This aspect of worship reveals his first name Pantoleon, which means “lion is in everything”.
The second name given in Baptism – Pantaleon, i.e. “merciful”, is revealed the veneration of the martyr as a healer.
An Orthodox Christian Easter Egg made of finewood with the image of the Icon of “Theotokos of the Inexhaustible Chalice”.
The “Inexhaustible Chalice” (i.e., Non-intoxicating Cup) is a Russian Icon which belongs to the Orans type (a figure with extended arms or bodily attitude of prayer) and is considered miraculous.
The Russian Orthodox Church claims that the Icon helps those suffering from alcoholism and drug addiction.
The feast day for this icon is May 5.