Essex Jewelry and Antiques
Late 1800s/Early 1900s Masonic 14k Gold Keystone Holder Medal W/Ribbon
Regular price $338.40
Presented is a Masonic keystone holder's medal of some kind, in 14 karat gold on a black ribbon. This piece dates to the late 1800s or early 1900s and is probably out of Pennsylvania. The medal itself is in a keystone shape. The medal is set with a translucent white stone, which reads in black the initials 'H. T. W. S. S. T. K. S.' The side of the keystone has an inscription of the initials 'AFK'. This medal is hung on a black ribbon, with a gold clasp at the top. The clasp is stamped 10k. The medal itself has been nitric acid tested and is guaranteed 14 karat gold. The ribbon and medal are both in great condition. There are no breaks and no repairs. The ribbon is about 7 3/4 inches long.
This piece weighs 11.4 grams.