These products are suitable for any Master Mason. Although there are dedicated departments for the other orders such as Shriners and Scottish Rite, our entire store is for the most part dedicated to the Blue Lodge, hence it does not have a single consolidated department like the others.
These products are meant for members of the Eastern Star. Because the Order of the Eastern Star admits both men and women, you will fine male, female and unisex versions of some items. Also included in this category are products for Past Matrons and Past Patrons. You can view all of the OES products we have available in our dedicated Eastern Star Supply department.
These products are suitable for any brother who has passed through the East and earned the title of Past Master. There are two main varieties of Past Master products, those with the compass, quadrant and square and those with only the compass and quadrant. Some jurisdictions reserve the former variety for Past Grand Masters while other (most) jurisdictions allow either to be used for Past Masters. Search for the squareless tag to just see the second variation. We also have an entire department dedicated to Past Master regalia.
These products are meant for members of the Scottish Rite. The Scottish Rite contains a number of concordant bodies within it but these orders vary depending on which jurisdiction you are in. These degrees include The Lodge of Perfection, Princes of Jerusalem, Chapter of Rose Croix, Council of Kadosh, Consistory, Court of Honour and the Supreme Council. The Northern Jurisdiction is represented by the double headed eagle with it's wings pointed up. The Southern jurisdiction is represented by the double headed eagle with the wings pointed down. The other major distinction within the Scottish Rite is between the 32nd degree and the 33rd degree. Most members in the United States get their 32nd degree almost immediately upon joining. The 33rd degree is typically awarded later on in a Scottish Rite Masons career as a honorary privilege that is not awarded to all. It should also be noted that American Scottish Rite Masons are typically only recognized up to the 14th degree by the rest of the world. In other countries, it takes many years to reach the 32nd degree and receiving the 33rd is almost unheard of.
You can view all of the Scottish Rite products we have available in our dedicated Scottish Rite Supply department.
These products are meant for members of the York Rite. The York Rite is divided into three major orders that are all included in this category. The Chapter of the Royal Arch, or sometimes referred to abroad as RAM, which is symbolized as as a triple tau inside a triangle.. Cryptic Masonry which is probably the least mentioned of the thre and is symbolized by a trowel and sword inside a triangle. The Knights Templar is certainly the most well known degree of the York Rite, if not the most well known order in all of Masonry outside of the blue lodge. The Knights Templar are recognized by a variety of symbols but most commonly the crown and cross. You can view all of the York Rite products we have available in our dedicated York Rite Supply department.