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Masonic Aprons

The lambskin Master Masonic apron was inspired by the aprons that stonemasons wore. It is a Freemason badge, and it is a sign of innocence. The Masonic apron is highly regarded amongst the finest decorations of Ancient Europe and Ancient Rome.             Masonic Blue Lodge Master Mason Gold Machine Embroidery Apron   The Order of the Garter The Order of the Garter is considered as the highest decoration that can be given to anyone by a Ruler in Britain. It started in medieval England as an order of knighthood. It is a very high honor for anyone to have the Order of the Garter bestowed on them. The Roman Eagle The Roman Eagle is made of...

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Scottish Rite Jewelry

Scottish Rite Jewelry are worn by members of the Scottish Rite which is an appendant Freemason body. The jewelry display the Scottish Rite logo which consists of a Double Eagle. Some of the jewelry show the degree of the wearer. For example, a Scottish Rite jewelry that has the number 33 on it indicates that the wearer has attained the 33rd degree. This is a rare privilege, and only a few people can attain this degree.

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Masonic Jewelry

Freemasons wear jewelry to identify with the Freemason fraternity and showcase what the brotherhood exemplifies and means to them. The jewelry could include rings, cufflinks, pocket watches, recognition pins, etc. The following are some commonly asked questions about Masonic jewelry and the answer to those questions. Question: Must Freemason jewelry be worn? Answer: No, it is not compulsory to wear them. Question: Are the jewelry provided by the lodges for members? Answer: No, members can buy jewelry of their choice. But some lodges have custom lapels pins that have their lodge name and number   Question: Why do members of the Freemason fraternity choose to wear jewelry related to Freemasonry Answer: Freemasons wear Masonic jewelry to signify their belief in Freemasonry....

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