Masonic Cap Badge/Brooch

5.00 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
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  • Made in Scotland
  • Masonic Square and Compass
  • Solid Lead-Free Cast Pewter
  • Measures Approx. 2.5″ X 2″

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Masonic Cap Badge or Brooch

Add this Masonic cap badge or brooch to any Masonic kilt or attire for the perfect touch. Scottish craftsmen cast this Badge/Brooch in a solid, lead-free pewter. You can use them as a cap badge or brooch no matter your gender. Measures 2″ in diameter and 2.5″ tall.

  • Made in Scotland
  • Masonic Square and Compass
  • Solid Lead-Free Cast Pewter
  • Measures Approx. 2.5″ X 2″
  • Strong and sturdy

What is the Masonic Symbol?

The Square and Compass symbolizes Freemasonry the best, because architects use these important tools in their work. Some Freemasons also interpret the symbol metaphorically, saying, “The square, to square our actions; The compasses, to circumscribe and keep us within bounds with all mankind.”

Matching Masonic kilt pins available.

Weight 0.08 lbs

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  1. David

    Review from David

    David

    Excellent quality…really great!

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  2. David

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    David

    Excellent quality…awesome!

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  3. Steve

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    Steve

    Exactly what I was looking for!

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  4. Ashleen O'Gaea

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    Ashleen O’Gaea

    I got this for my nonagenarian uncle, who is 70+ years a Mason and of Scottish heritage. I’m pretty sure he’ll appreciate having it to wear to Lodge meetings. It’s heavy enough to be substantial, but not so heavy as to be unwieldy. 🙂

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