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Ladle with Masonic Decoration
Date/Period: Late 18th-early 19th Century


Ladle with Masonic Decoration, entire view

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.

$200.00

980-42




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


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, entire view

Measurement: length: 3.5"; case: 2.75" x 5.25"

Material: 14K gold, 18.9 grams

Condition: Fine

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.

$1,275.00

849-133


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, engraving detail

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, case view



Masonic Shelf Bracket, What-Not Shelf
Attributed to the John Haley Bellamy Workshop
Titcomb & Bellamy, Charlestown, Massachusetts
Walnut and parcel gilt, original surface


Masonic Shelf Bracket, What-Not Shelf
Attributed to the John Haley Bellamy Workshop
Titcomb & Bellamy, Charlestown, Massachusetts
Walnut and parcel gilt, original surface, entire view

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")


Masonic Shelf Bracket, What-Not Shelf
Attributed to the John Haley Bellamy Workshop
Titcomb & Bellamy, Charlestown, Massachusetts
Walnut and parcel gilt, original surface, angle view

$2,250.00

677-2





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