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Sunday, March 27, 2016

Caversham Masonic Centre's MM Plaques


During a recent remodeling, the Caversham Masonic Centre in Oxfordshire, England installed a unique series of decorations. There are ten bas relief, plaster plaques that depict the story of the Master Mason Degree. Each one measures 4' by 8', and they are installed on the South, West and North walls of the lodge room. The Centre is home to three lodges, and they use them during their ritual work to explain the historical and symbolic aspects of the degree.


To see all ten, CLICK HERE.

Also have a look at the other decor in the Temple, especially the painting on the ceiling. CLICK HERE.

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