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Sunday, September 18, 2011

Replica of Pike's Royal Order of Scotland Jewel

Brother John Bridegroom in northern Indiana is a talented artist who has created many Masonic logo, pin, certificate and clothing designs over the last few years. His latest offering is a 2 inch replica of Albert Pike's Royal Order of Scotland jewel that is on display in the House of the Temple in Washington, D.C. Pike was the first Provincial Grand Master of the Provincial Grand Lodge of the Royal Order of Scotland in 1877.

It's priced at $15, it is 2" across with two pins on its back.

For more of John's work, see the Masters Craft on Facebook and ebay.

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