Masonic Cufflinks

Masonic Cufflinks

Any brother who is proud to be a member of the fraternity enjoys wearing the right accessory to prove his pride and allegiance. The Freemason fraternity has its own set of badges. As a result, depending on the field, different symbols are used. Most of the oldest fraternities in existence are the Freemasons. They are a group of people who feel that any man has the duty to continually better himself. In the meantime, he must remain true to his family, country, values, and fraternity at all times.

Masonic cufflinks are worn by Freemasons on a variety of occasions, from Craft Lodge, Blue Lodge, gatherings to Grand Lodge. Master Masons have worn these cufflinks in lodge meetings, official events or functions, ceremonies, funeral services.

Masonic cufflinks are worn by Scottish Rite, York Rite or shrine members, Grand Lodge officers. So If you visit Masonic Shrine Temple. Firstly You see all the temple functions like Masonic Ball, new year parties, or formal events. The members who wear these cufflinks feel proud or honor, and proud to be position in freemasonry.

There are different types of Freemason cufflinks. Some are the following:

Square and Compasses Cufflink:

These cuff links are traditional. This is show square and Compasses sign.

CuffLinks Masonic Black Lodge

Shrine CuffLinks:

Shrine cufflinks feature the Masonic indicate the claw, sphinx, and scimitar. These cufflinks are various designs gold, sterling silver, gold-tone, and gold plated or 14k gold versions. You can match with your shirt color cufflinks or shirt studs.

Set of Shriner Cufflinks Red


Scottish Rite Double Eagle Cufflinks:

The Scottish Rite cufflinks with the eagle’s wings are worn both in the Northern and the Southern. The Northern jurisdiction Freemasons wear slanted upward. Therefore, the Southern Jurisdiction Freemasons wear Cufflinks with the eagle’s wings slanted inward. You can check out some Masonic cufflinks here.

Scottish Rite Masonic Cufflink Pair


Share this post

%d bloggers like this: