Masonic regalia that hold great importance in Masonic rituals and lives of Freemasons

by Collection Masonic Manufacturer

Freemasonry started out as the members of only Stonemason craft but later on it developed as a fraternal organization that opened up to men of all occupation. All men are welcomed to join this fraternity regardless of their religion, occupation and creed. To become a member, a person has to show high caliber in social, intellectual and political matters. The main objective of Freemasonry is to come together as a mankind and promote better society and better world.

All the Masons strictly abide by the rules of Freemasonry and follow all its teachings and rituals. Masons can also be seen wearing Masonic regalia while attending rituals, ceremonies and functions at Lodges. These are the pieces of clothing and accessories that are worn by Masons to look the part at the Lodges. There are various types of Masonic regalia such as aprons, sashes, badges, rings, cufflinks, pocket watches, ties, pendants, key chains, bookmarks and so on. Some of these regalia pieces can be custom made too as per your choice like Custom Lodge Ties, bow ties, cufflinks, rings etc. This helps in signifying the particular Lodge or order you are a member of.  Apart from the special occasions at Lodge, Masonic regalia can be worn on daily basis as well. You need to buy only quality Masonic regalia as they help make a difference in the way how you present yourself and how you are viewed by others. Every piece of Masonic regalia has a symbol of Freemasonry on it having great meanings attached to them.    

Some of the most popular Masonic symbols are discussed in detail below:

Square and Compass

Square and compass symbol is the most commonly used and the most featured symbol on the regalia of Freemasonry. It is a symbolism of the tools used by the Stone Masons and architects. Now, they are used symbolically to teach lessons within the fraternity. The square indicates that a Mason needs to square his actions and the compass signifies that Freemasons are expected to keep their actions in due bounds with all mankind. This symbol can also be seen on the rings of Masonic Grand Masters and also on the Masonic Lodges, buildings, seals and letterhead.  


The symbol "G" is also usually found accompanying the symbol square and compass. This is used as the representation of God - The Great Architect of the Universe in most of the tools used in the fraternity. Some also believe that it stands for Geometry, a pillar of science and math.

Pyramids and Obelisks

Although, the links of this symbol with Stone Masonry is still not clearly explained and confirmed by the Masons. It is seen that Masons adopted the symbol of the pyramid and obelisks, purely as a symbol of the architectural craft.  The pyramids no doubt signify the importance and power of the craft. However, this symbol is not frequently seen on the Masonic jewelry, but it can be seen on initiation rituals, seals and paperwork in Freemasonry.

Looking to buy Custom Lodge Ties or any other Masonic regalia? Consider buying from a renowned manufacturer and supplier like The Masonic Collection. Their mission is to supply high quality regalia at affordable prices.

They are continuously reviewing their product lines and are always on the lookout for new ranges and further unique designs. New items are constantly being added to keep their overall stock fresh and up to date. They try to offer an extensive range of products so that they have something for most Masonic degrees and orders. However, should you have a particular requirement that you can't find on their website, please don't hesitate to contact them as they may have this in stock but not listed or alternatively can arrange production of this for you.

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