[FS] Masonic Pillars Altar and Emblem Plaque

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  1. tmcguire

    tmcguire Premium Member

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    These are for sale at my website http://www.fossilbluff.com. Use the code 'MASON' to get 20% off the order.

    This unique Masonic plaque embodies the heart and soul of Freemasonry. The rich symbolisms upon this metallic plaque are universally recognized among Freemasons and a reminder to all Masons around the globe. The checkered pavement with Ionic columns with Globes will surely prompt lasting conversation. The rough and smooth Ashlars, crown, Altar with triangle with eminating rays and a Holy book atop is another sure discussion point. All of which is veiled beneath a thick three tasseled curtain upon which rests the Square, Compasses and suspended ‘G.’

    The bold presentation, metallic finish, and size of our Masonic plaque make it easy to see the various symbols and allegorical references which can be found throughout the piece. Each piece is cast from Alumilite by hand, sanded, buffed, and finally a patina applied by hand.

    Its lightweight construction allows you to easily affix it to the door of your house using either screws or adhesive, or display it as a seasonal or decorative Christmas ornament. Perhaps you wish to mount it to the cover of your holy book. Or even pass it to someone special in the future. Keep this piece handy and use it to reflect upon the many lessons Masonry teaches.

    You will most certainly want to order more than one due to the vast amount of symbols and allegory on the plaque.

    The original design and production of this item was produced by a foundry which also produced parts for Chrysler. The factory has since moved overseas, but our replica is produced right here in the U.S.A.

    A portion of each sale of this item goes to support Round Rock Masonic Lodge #227.

    Dimensions are 5 in. X 5 in.
     
  2. SWATFrog

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    Thanks again Tom. I kept one and have the others as gifts. They were all very appreciated. I will be calling again soon.

    Have you thought about doing a ornament for the Past Masters?
     
  3. tmcguire

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    I have a hugely large list of things and graphics that I want to contribute to Masonry. Time is the critical component. Like sands through the hourglass...so are the days of our lives.
     

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