Masonic Liverpool Jug Named to Solomon Clarkson Date/Period: 1790-1800
Condition: Good, expected wear around the spout and 2 minor chips at the base
Additional Information: One side features numerous Masonic symbols surrounded by
sprigs of flowers. The other side is signed “Kennedy”, ode to Masonry, surrounded by
garlands of flowers and Masonic symbols. Beneath the spout is a wreath of laurel and
palm and the name Solomon Clarkson.
Masonic Royal Arch Past High Priest, York Rite Breast Jewel, 14 Karat Gold
Guy Rarabaugh, Chapter 33 R.A.M. Cripple Creek, CO…a Gold Mining Town Date/Period: December 31, 1932
Measurement: length: 3.5"; case: 2.75" x 5.25"
Material: 14K gold, 18.9 grams
Additional Information: Guy Rarabaugh, a chemist, was born May 20, 1911, at Salida,
Colorado; died in May of 1970, attended Cripple Creek High School; graduated from
University of Colorado in 1935.
Masonic Shelf Bracket, What-Not Shelf Attributed to the John Haley Bellamy Workshop
Titcomb & Bellamy, Charlestown, Massachusetts
Walnut and parcel gilt, original surface - SOLD
From 1866-1872 Bellamy and partner David Titcomb operated workshop in a space they rented within the Masonic Hall building in Charlestown, Massachusetts. He employed several carvers, including his brother Elijah.
They made frames, clocks and shelves. This walnut shelf is intricately carved featuring an array of Masonic symbols true to his carving vocabulary.
(Excellent original condition; mentioned for accuracy is a tight shrinkage fissure to underside of shelf close to the bracket that does not distract or compromise the integrity. Height: 22"; width: 12"; depth: 6.25")
Odd Fellows Torch Staff, Carved & Painted
America, circa 1875
A most unusual example featuring twisted and painted realistic leather flame formed on
wire armature. The turned handle retains original gold paint and is ornamented with a
double row of brass upholstery tacks. (Other than some minor loss of leather to tip of
flame, very good condition; displays very well; length: 23”
Ladle with Masonic Decoration Date/Period: Late 18th-early 19th Century
Measurement: 11” overall, bowl- 3.5” x 1”
Material: Creamware with black enamel decoration
Condition: Tight ½” spider in bowl
Additional Information: Bowl features a hand painted compass and square enclosing
a “G”, the symbol of the Masons.
Odd Fellows Silk Apron, Heart & Hand,
Embroidered, Fine American, 19th Century
Decorated with all-seeing eye centered by rays of silver metallic thread; festooned with
a leafy floral swag surmounted by raised heart-n-hand; metallic thread tassel borders,
silk tassels. Fine condition; mounted in shadowbox: 21" x 21"
Odd Fellows Silk Apron
Perrysburg, Ohio, 1856
A painted fraternal apron, metallic silver thread on silk
The apron remains in pristine original condition and is professionally mounted within a
shadowbox. The moire patterned fabric is painted with symbols of the lodge. We are
told that the version is signed Port Meigs Lodge, William Grook, February 2, 1856"
Perrysburg, Ohio. Not examined out of frame. (21 by 21”)
Steelton Odd Fellows Lodge 184 Carved, Turned, Painted and Gilt Sign, 19th C.
(44 by 28.5”)
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