Masonic G Cufflinks, Fine English Pewter. Freemasonry


Beautifully designed Masonic G cufflinks. Handcrafted from fine English pewter and given a dark silver finish to bring out the designs stunning detail.

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Beautifully designed Masonic G cufflinks. Handcrafted in the Historic Old English Town of Tamworth by myself. Made of fine English pewter and given a dark silver finish to bring out the designs stunning detail.

The Square and Compasses joined together is the single most identifiable symbol of Freemasonry. Both the square and compasses are architect’s tools and are used in Masonic ritual as emblems to teach symbolic lessons. Some Lodges and rituals explain these symbols as lessons in conduct. The square, to square our actions. The compasses, to circumscribe and keep us within bounds with all mankind.

In many English speaking countries, the Square and Compasses are depicted with the letter “G” in the centre. The letter has multiple meanings, representing different words depending on the context in which it is discussed. The most common is that the “G” stands for Geometry, and is to remind Masons that Geometry and Freemasonry are synonymous terms described as being the “noblest of sciences”, and “the basis upon which the superstructure of Freemasonry, and everything in existence in the entire universe is erected. In this context it can also stand for Great Architect of the Universe (a non-denominational reference to God).

These Masonic G Cufflinks will make the ideal gift for all occasions. Amazing detail makes a great gift for the man in your life. For business or your wedding party, groomsmen, Father’s Day, Christmas or to add to your collection. Perfect for any occasion!

Approximate size 1” x 1″(2.5cm x 2.5cm). Presented in a lovely gift box.

Caring for Pewter:                                                                                                                                                                                                      Pewter does not tarnish as readily as silver or silver plate and so does not need constant polishing. Can be washed with soapy water and dried with a soft cloth.
About Pewter                                                                                                                                                                                                              After platinum, gold and silver, pewter is the fourth-most-precious metal in the world. Pewter has been used since the Bronze Age. In the past, pewter contained harmful amounts of lead, but today’s pewter contains no lead and is safe to use. Pewter was originally made from a combination of lead and tin. At present, pewter is typically 97 percent tin and is alloyed with copper, bismuth and silver, making it safe and suitable for the manufacture of different items

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