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regalia are pieces of garments and accessories that are used by Masons during
Lodge gatherings, ceremonies, rituals, meetings. These can be worn on daily
basis as well as on special occasions. Regalia can be categorized in two types;
personally owned and Lodge owned.
Masonic Costumes worn during the third degree
The Bible (or Holy Book of Scriptures)
The Master's gavel
Rods, also known as staffs and Rod Tops
The 3 Lesser Lights
Each Officer’s jewels of office
Chain and velvet collars
Lodge's Masonic funeral aprons
Pocket watch and many more
of regalia hold great importance in the lives of Freemasons. Members wear these
pieces of regalia with pride to show their commitment and affiliation towards
their brotherhood. They make it a part of their personal style and fashion
statement. Different Masonic symbols are also marked on different forms of
regalia that are sometimes used to show a specific rank.
Masonic regalia are not just limited to more traditional and ceremonial pieces
which may be too flashy to wear on a daily basis. Now more subtle and smaller
pieces are also designed which brothers can wear on a day-to-day basis. Regalia
can complement both casual and formal attires.
regalia also make perfect gifts and are worthy for every Freemason. Freemasons
share a different level of connection and consider every member as a brother
who has same blood flowing though their veins. Masonic regalia are gifted as an
appreciation or respect by a brother to his other brother. These are the most
appropriate example of giving respect to the members of this organization. This
depicts the real connection between humans and that it runs beyond biological
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