Masonic Kilt Pin
Scottish craftsmen made this Masonic Kilt Pin that features the Masonic symbol, square and compass. They make them from high-quality and lead-free pewter, and add an antiqued finish. Measures 3.5 inches long. This sturdy Masonic Kilt pin will not weigh down your kilt too much, and will not likely break or bend. Every Mason must have this Masonic kilt pin! Buy this kilt pin to keep your kilt in place before your apron blows in the wind.
- Made in Scotland
- High-Quality Lead-Free Pewter
- Antiqued Finish
- Measures 3.5 inches Long
- Masonic Square and Compass Symbol
- Sturdy and Durable
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.” A true Mason needs this Masonic kilt pin. If you are not a mason and you don’t plan on giving this kilt pin as a gift to a Mason, then this kilt pin might not be the right kilt pin for you.
What is a kilt pin?
It’s a piece of jewelry that is worn on the lower corner of the outer apron of a kilt. The kilt pin adds weight to the outer apron, this prevent the apron blowing open and showing off too much leg (there can only be one Marilyn Monroe). Kilt pins are also seen as a form of decoration, therefore pick a kilt pin that represents who you are!