Icon of St. Joseph of Arimathea - 20th c. - (1JO35)

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In this beautiful depiction of Saint Joseph of Arimathea he is seen wearing the garments of a prominent councilman (Mark 15:43) and holding the mixure of "myrrh and aloes" (John 19:39), as well as the linen with which he wrapped the Body of our Lord Jesus (John 19:40) which was the custom of the Jews. 

He is also holding his staff which, as tradition tell us, he had cut from a thorn tree before leaving his Palestinian homeland. As he approached Glastonbury, England upon his missionary journey, he became weary. He stuck the wooden staff into the ground to lean on it. Later, the staff took root and began to grow leaves. It was transferred to the grounds of the first church, where it amazed everyone by flowering in the middle of winter. 

More can be read about St. Joseph here.

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  • 5
    Couldn't be more pleased!

    Posted by Ryan on 2nd Aug 2021

    My icon arrived quickly and in great condition. Very well packaged. It looks beautiful, even better than I expected. I ordered the extra large version and it's measurements were 11 x 14.5. As a funeral director, it is a blessing to see my patron saint's image on my wall each day.

  • 5
    Icon of Saint Joseph of Arimethea

    Posted by Jacqueline M Righetti on 6th Jul 2020

    The icon is beautiful. My daughter was very pleased when she received it for her son. Thank you for the quality of the products that you offer.

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    St. Joseph of Arimathea

    Posted by Rev. Mark on 9th Dec 2019

    This is a beautiful and inspiring Ikon of a little known and underappreciated saint. The quality is excellent.

  • 5
    Pleasing find

    Posted by Shelly on 15th Sep 2016

    A stunning icon - more difficult to find than you may think. Beautiful (just as seen), and made with care. Arrived as promised. So pleased with this icon.