Lewis Jewel

A LEWIS is a simple but ingenious device employed by operative Masons to raise heavy blocks of dressed stone into place.

The Lewis Jewel may be worn by a Mason, if at the time of his Initiation, his father was a Mason in good standing (the initiate of a deceased father–in good standing at the time of his demise–would also qualify).

The Lewis Jewel consists of two bars connected by chains:

  • The upper bar contains the name of the father and date of his Initiation.
  • The lower bar, the name of the son and date of his Initiation.
  • Please allow 10 to 15 days for engraving and assembly of your jewel

Please make sure you order regalia that conforms to your Grand Lodge Constitution