Beautiful, very beautiful. Do you mind if I ask where you got those icons?
The large one of the Mother of God on the left is the famous Vladimirskaya
(Virgin of Vladimir), originally painted in 1132 in Constantinople for a Russian patron. The large icon of Christ is the central panel of a triptych (the other panels being of the Mother of God and St John the Baptist in supplication to Christ) from the Dionysiou Monastery at Mt Athos. Painted in the mid-15th century, this series is one of the very finest examples of the Cretan School of iconography, and a personal favorite.
The small icon to the upper right of the shelf (one of four surrounding the shelf) is of Great-martyr Catherine, from the later Cretan School period, and modeled on Venetian paintings of the saint.
All three of these are well-known, and should be readily available at many icon sellers. The two lower ones in the group of four are St Onouphrius the Great, and the Seven Sleepers of Ephesus.
The other icons (other than the San Damiano crucifix) are not distinct enough for me to identify them.