Masonic Jewellery Welcome to our Website:
Masonic rings and Masonic gifts a wide selection of Masonic gifts
watches and jewellery for the freemason, these
cover the Order of the Eastern Star, Knights
Templar and many others. On this website there
is a wide selection of Masonic rings, Masonic
cufflinks, Masonic jewellery and Masonic
gifts. Many of our Masonic ring items are made to
order so please allow extra time when ordering
items such as Masonic rings, it is also very
important you give us the correct size for any
Masonic ring order. Masonic cufflinks for all
occasions. Our range of cuff links would be the
perfect Masonic gift Masonic tie pins and
tie tacks that will add that little extra to
your Masonic gift. Masonic pocket watches
and Masonic jewellery
the ideal extra special gift for the Mason.
Books, Speeches for all occasions.
Masonic books. These books show in great
detail how to prepare and deliver Masonic
speeches for all occasions. Covering almost
every Masonic occasion that the Freemason
will encounter. These original and highly
entertaining books will not only provide
source material for speeches but will prove
an ideal gift for a Masonic friend. But be
warned - buy yourself a copy first else your
friends will drive you mad with laughter.
Masonic Ritual Books all Rituals. We supply all the ritual books a freemason
would require. Emulation, Oxford, 'Rituals
'Stability, Sussex, Taylor's, South
London, West End, Logic, Universal, Royal
Arch, Mark, Royal Ark Mariner and KT/KM
Rituals are available.
Associated Items. Regalia Cases, Ties, Gloves Gifts.
Music, Clip Art and Trivia.
Masons Questions and Answers.
The Ancient Britons constructed great
architectural structures such as
Stonehenge around 1600 BC. The Egyptians,
the Minoans, the Jews and then later the
Greeks and Romans built wonderful
buildings from 1500 BC to 500 BC. However,
it was not until 1000 AD that we hear of
significant buildings such as the great
cathedrals and churches. The inference is
that our architects and masons travelled
from continent to continent. We know that
those masons kept themselves in guilds and
lodges and admitted accepted or
speculative masons. How did the separation
occur on the continent? Did any of the
original English masons get assimilated
into continental lodges? For the answer to
this question and many others you will
need to purchase the book, "Fifty
Questions Answered. Prepared By Harry
Mendoza. I commend these books to
brethren who are looking for new material
to use without asking a lecturer to be in
attendance. Any of these talks are able to
be used by anyone who so wishes, if a
simple acknowledgement of their source is
given when being delivered.