Thomas Harper Jewel 1827
The jewel depicts a key and a quill in saltire on a scroll, ‘Lancashire’ is engraved around the edge of the Jewel and on the reverse ‘Western Division’
The jewel bears the mark of Thomas Harper, TH in a plain rectangle.
It is believed that the jewel was made to celebrate the division of Lancashire into two provinces, Eastern and Western Divisions in 1826. A celebratory meeting was held at the Adelphi Hotel, Liverpool.
Deacons Collar Jewel
(Mercury bearing a Caduceus)
Worn in Lodges founded before 1813.
On loan from the Lodge of Concord No 1250.