This vintage piece features a Royal Arch Masons keystone that dates circa 1886. The fob is made of 9k solid yellow gold. One side of the fob is accented by a raised KSHTWSST around a hand with a pointing finger. This side of the keystone is designed with black enameled accents, including clasped hands inside of a floral design at the top of the keystone, while Masonic working tools and scroll work is featured at the bottom. The other side of the fob is engraved Presented to A. Barnes By J.C. Chapt" No 17 R.A.M. On his 70" Aniv April 20" 1886. The fob features a rotating stationary bale at the top, as well as open cut scroll work. While this piece does have some light surface wear and the slightest of enamel loss, it is in very good condition and is sure to please!
This fob weighs 7.5 grams. The piece measures 1 15/32" (37.6mm) tall including the stationary bail and 25/32" (20.4mm) wide.
We guarantee this piece to be 9k gold as tested. It has not been cleaned in order to maintain it's original vintage integrity. Please check out the enlarged pictures.