This antique Shriners badge boasts a superb design that you are sure to appreciate! A scimitar sword is set at the top of the pin, with a crescent moon hanging below. The sword is composed of a 14k white gold blade, and is detailed with a 14k yellow gold flower atop, as well as a yellow gold handle at the end. The crescent moon features two enamel horns set in a yellow gold cap. A nicely crafted pharaoh's face is set in the center of the crescent, nicely complimenting the yellow gold tips of each horn. The carving and enameled accents are in excellent condition and display very well. A gold double headed eagle hangs below the crescent moon. An emblem of the 32nd Degree Scottish Rite, the center of the eagle is set with a black enamel triangle bearing the number 32. The back of the badge is fitted with a pin and clasp, which is in wonderful operational order. There is some light surface scratching on the back polished surface, as can be expected with any vintage piece. The pin has been professionally tested for its 14k gold purity composition. This is a fantastic piece and its size would make it perfect for any Shriners event or special occasion!
This badge weighs 4.9 grams. The piece measures 1 13/64" (30.3mm) long and 27/32" (21.5mm) wide.
We guarantee this piece to be 14k gold as tested. It has not been cleaned in order to maintain its original vintage integrity. Please check out the enlarged pictures.