A new exhibition has opened at the Tallinn Museum of Orders of Knighthood – “Jewels of Freemasonry“!
On display are insignia of the Freemasons from British and American lodges of the late 19th – early 20th century. The vast majority of exhibits are made of precious metals.
The exhibition is designed to familiarize visitors with the symbols of Masons. Items presented to the visitors are an integral part of the history of this fraternity, which everyone has heard about, but few people know. Masonic jewels, as visible manifestation of the secret lodges, are genuine masterpieces of jewel craft. Through them, the visitors will get a glimpse of Freemasonry and slightly lift the veil of secrecy over this mysterious organization.