Tag - SCOTTISH RITE JEWELRY

Scottish Rite Jewelry

Scottish Rite Jewelry Many theories as to the origin of the Scottish Rite. Scottish rite started in pairs France, around 1758. A Master Mason may enter the Scottish Rite, which is one of the appendant bodies of Freemasonry, for more exposure to the principles of Freemasonry. The Scottish Rite offered ethical teaching and philosophy in the Craft. Scottish rite jewelry was worn by the member. Every piece of jewelry shows different symbols. The double eagle logo shows an emblem for power...

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Masonic Jewelry and Regalia

Masonic Jewelry and Regalia We read about the history of freemasonry. The interesting part of freemasons jewelry is who to used masonic regalia. Regalia is the most important part of freemasonry. Masonic regalia means a material or accessories used by freemasonry. Aprons, jewels, rods, and a variety of other items and materials worn and used by insiders according to Lodge and Degree are examples of Regalia. It is also a symbol of brotherhood. Lodge Owned by Regalia The masonic regalia owned by...

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