GW Masonic Wooden Keepsake Box
Washington was among several founding fathers who were Masons, including Benjamin Franklin and Alexander Hamilton. The Marquis de Lafayette was also a Mason. These men exemplified freemasonry's major values--the belief in a God or a higher being, brotherhood, loyalty, charity, education, and justice. Masonry was a theme throughout Washington's life, and was observed at his death.
The picture in the center of the square box displays the masonry insignia and the words The Brotherhood of Man, The Fatherhood or God on a blue background.
Display this top-quality heavy square wooden box anywhere in your house and hide away any object in its lined black felt interior. Gold hinged lid; also included are a gold key to lock belongings and a provenance card.
Overall dimensions: 8” x 8” x 3.5”