Bronze and Enameled
- Circa 1930
Masonic clock is not old but is destined to be a nice collectible. The
red, white and blue enameling is in excellent condition with no visible
damage. It has the following Masonic phrase and symbolism on
it: "Let there by Light"; the All-Seeing Eye above the Letter
"G", Holy Bible with the Square and Compasses, the three lesser
lights, Sun, common gavel, dove, trowel, the Scottish Rite 14th Degree
Equilateral Triangle containing the Perfect Elu within a shield trimmed with
sprigs of acacia and cable tow. The pillars of Jachin and Boaz with
their celestial globes are seen supporting the Holy Royal Arch with the
Keystone at the top. The clock is electric and works. The feet are solid
brass and are attached by screws. They can be adjusted in any direction.
The wood case is very heavy and I believe it to be mahogany. It measures
11 1/2 inches tall and 8 1/2 inches wide and 3 1/4 inches deep.