Chi Rho Panel #13749
A Christogram is a symbol for Christ with a long history of usage in the early times. A marvelous depiction of which is seen in this stained glass panel. Consisting of the first two Greek letters of the word "Christ," the Chi Rho was first used by the Roman Emperor Constantine the Great in the shields of his soldiers to conquer the Battle of Milvian. It is glowing in gold letters and surrounded by a textured blue pattern and an elegant frame in this piece. This symbolic stained glass design carries a message of affirmation in God and is therefore a fitting visual piece and suncatcher to a church or prayer room. It can be custom-made to any size, shape or frame.
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