Last Supper – Gold Blasting – Mount Athos


Sandblasting gold printing with the representation of the Last Supper. A special image that symbolizes the two sides of love, light and darkness, and can decorate your space.


Dimensions: 14,5 x 18 x 0,5 cm.
Origin: Mount Athos

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Sandblasting gold printing with the Last Supper

An amazing gold print with the representation of the Mestikos Supper.

On Thursday, before Jesus is led to the cross, he delivers the Last Supper to his disciples in Jerusalem, and Judas betrays him. Before the dinner begins, Jesus washes the feet of all His disciples himself, thereby wanting to teach everyone humility. Then He sat down at the table, and taking His bread in His hands, He said to them, “Receive, eat.” He did the same with the wine glass, saying, “Squeeze out of it, everyone, because that’s my blood. That’s what you do to remember me.” In this way He delivered to the people the sacrament of the Eucharist.

The meaning of the Last Supper is the two aspects of love, joy and sorrow, light and darkness. Christ’s love for his disciples and man brings redemption from the passions. However, at the same time, Judas’ love for the thirty pieces of silver is destructive and leads him from light to darkness. On Holy Thursday, the Church commemorates the Last Supper, that is, the tradition by the Lord Himself of the sacrament of the Holy Eucharist to people.

Sandblasted Gold Printing: Features

In the icon with the representation of the Last Supper, the hagiographer monk used the technique of gold printing creating a work of unique beauty. Gold-stamping is a kind of hot-stamping technique. Hot-stamping is the method by which very thin metal gold sheet is placed on surfaces such as wood, leather, cardboard, plastic by pressing a heated embossed plate (plate) on our surface. Around the image you also use the technique of sandblasting, it is the technical treatment that achieves the corrosion of part or all of a surface by pouring sand under pressure.


Dimensions: 14,5 x 18 x 0,5 cm.
Origin: Mount Athos

Additional information

Weight 0,130 kg
Dimensions 14,5 × 18 × 0,5 cm

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