If you blink, you'll miss them.

These must be the tiniest Masonic souvenirs ever made. And you know what they say about 'small things'. (They're good things that come in small packages.)

These are from the late 1800s, intended to be worn on a lapel. One is a figural in the shape of a slipper. It's enameled in cobalt blue with the Masonic symbol. It measures 1/4 by 3/4 inch. The other little shield-shaped lapel pin is also enameled with arm and hammer and compass symbols. It measures 1/4 inch with a screw-on clasp. Together, these weigh 1.6 grams.

As best as we can tell, these are gold-plated on 800 or 900 silver. The bottom of the shoe is stamped but incompletely.

These are in excellent antique condition. They came together, pinned to a little square of old cardboard.

In a word...sweet.

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ITEM ID
RL13574
COLOR
Blue, Red
ITEM TYPE
Antique

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The Tiniest Masonic Victorian Era Lapel Pin w/ Shoe Pin Gold Vermeil

$64


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