A fully painted 8"x16" icon for less than $200? Sounds like the iconographer churns it out in an afternoon.
Also the proportions of the Christ figure are not right: the lower half of the body is too short. I have a feeling the triptych may, in fact, be painted with gold paint (it doesn't quite look like leaf, which is a brilliant gold, nor is it water gilding which gives an almost mirror-like finish), and the figures of Christ and the angels are printed, and then attached like decoupage. I've seen this quite often. There's nothing wrong with this, but it would be rather sneaky to pass off an icon made this way as a "hand-painted" icon.
A good iconographer would spend at least a week or two on one that size. Yes, such an icon would cost more, but good workmanship deserves its reward. Make the effort to track down as many working iconographers as you can, and ask to see examples of their work for yourself, not just online images. Look out particularly for the detail and accuracy in the modelling of the garments and the skin of the figures, the proportions of the figures, and, very importantly, look at the eyes of the saint. I have lost count of the number of times I've seen icons where the person depicted looks cross-eyed or astigmatic. Not good.