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Rod Top Senior Deacon Blue Lodge
Blue Lodge – Rod Top Senior Deacon Blue Lodge
- Square & Compass with Sun
- Silver Rhodium Finish
- Perfect for Your Needs
- Makes a Great Gift
- For Men
Freemasons all around the world have begun to wear clothes and jewelry that advertise their membership in the Craft. Many new Freemasons are wearing Masonic jewelry such as Masonic identification badges, Masonic bands, Masonic cufflinks, and other types of Freemasonry jewelry, and they ask what the various Masonic symbols signify.
Entered Apprentice, Fellowcraft, and Master Mason are the three degrees of craft lodge Freemasonry. The square and compass emblem is commonly used on artisan lodge jewelry. Past Masters usually (but not always) wear Past Master pins or rings. The Worshipful Master pendant denotes that the wearer has retained the position of Worshipful Master in their lodge.
Members of Freemasonry’s many appendant bodies, such as the Scottish Rite, York Rite, DeMolay, Shrine, and others, proudly wear Masonic lapel pins, Masonic watches, rings, pendants, and keychains.
You can also visit our USA Masonry Shop.