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Description of Apron

Freemasons wear aprons as a visible representation of the membership and a connection to the practical beginnings of the organization. Apron can range in style from simple to quite ornate. It serves as both a badge of a Freemason and an emblem of innocence. A White Masonic Lambskin apron is used in Freemasonry to protect clothing from stains. It conveys the significance of abstaining from moral vices. It serves as a reminder to purge the body and mind of all pollutants. Lambskin, or pure white leather, is used to make the apron worn by Master Mason. To safeguard a brother’s morality and uphold the brotherhood, it should be worn with respect.

Bold – Light – Solid – Duotone
Each variation is included in the file package

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