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Year: 1970 - 1980 approximate
Accessories: connector bail
Embellishment: antiquing / enameling
Width: 42 mm
Height: 58 mm with jump ring & connector bail
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Front side of the pendant is engraved with "FREEMASON" & the Masonic All Seeing Eye, also known as the Eye of Providence
The Masonic Eye represents the eye of God, who is omniscient, seeing all of their actions & thoughts.
The Masonic G & Masonic Compasses are engraved in pattern repition along its circumference
The Masonic G is believed to be an acronym for "Gnosis", meaning the knowledge of spiritual mysteries, which is a big component of Masonry.
Reverse side of the pendant is engraved with Masonic G & the Masonic Compass
The Masonic G is also believed to simply stand for "God"- combined with the Masonic Compass, which measures the ability to wisely conduct actions within certain boundaries; it reminds Freemasons to explore their desires & passions without stepping outside the realms of moral behaviour.
The Masonic Motto "Virtus junxit, mors non separabit" is engraved along its circumference
"Virtus junxit, mors non separabit", also known as the Scottish Rite, 14°, written in 1855, means "Virtue has united, death shall not separate"
Notes on the PENDANT DISC: has scattered patina
From this angle, the pendant consists of 3 sterling silver parts: a disc, engraved & enameled in beautiful detail; a ring, which frames the disc & a bail, to fit with a chain or ribbon
Notes on the PENDANT RING/FRAME: has scattered patina & is missing 1 of 4 lips
The pendant weights 137.78 grams in total