Freemason Cufflinks

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Craft symbols - Compass and Square

My husband has, after nine months, become a master mason. Obviously I as his wife and being a women know nothing of what takes place in those masonic meetings (but I think I have a fair idea). I’m quite happy that John joined, my father being a mason helped to persuade him and I know he’s happy he joined. So now he’s reached level three in the craft – you see I know the terms from my father – time to get a gift.

The Perfect Freemason Gift

Nothing to expensive but I didn’t want something that he looks at once and puts in the cupboard then forgets about it. I wanted something more special than that. So I asked my father.

He suggested something that he can wear at the lodge meetings would be ideal. He suggested I try this site, Masonic Gifts they have loads of great ideas and they narrow the number of items to just the best in each category.

Masonic Cufflinks

Masonic cufflinks looked the ideal gift. He always wears white shirts without buttons on the sleeves. I should know as I the one that buys all his clothes now. My father suggested that the design for the cufflinks should be the compass and square. These he said were symbols of the craft. I found the perfect ones here Mason Cufflinks

Cufflinks Suprise

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I got these rather nice gold cufflinks that look so cute and very smart. John was mightily surprised when I presented them to him but very pleased. They look great against his white shirt. Very official he looks too.

Other Freemason Gifts

Checking my father’s morning suit, which he only wears at lodge meetings, I can see that he has lapel pins and tie pins and various medals. What they all mean – I haven’t a clue. But they look nice. Something I’ll buy next after checking with my father first.

You can find out most things about Freemasonary on the internet, as I did. It’s quite old and quaint as far as I’m concerned.