Jachin
Boaz

Kempsville Lodge No. 196

4869 Princess Anne Road
Virginia Beach, VA 23462

Masonry in General - Kempsville Lodge No. 196

Masonry in General

English Masonic Watch Fob

English Opening Ball or Orb Masonic Watch Fob. Measures approximately 3/4 inches in diameter when closed.
Measures approximate 1 3/4 inches by 1 1/4 inches when open. Provided by Right Worshipful Bill Knowles.

Antique Masonic Spinning Key Fob

Antique Masonic Spinning Key Fob. Provided by Worshipful Joe Thornton.

Antique Watch Fob

The watch fob was first worn by Brother Greg Muir's Great Grandfather, Worshipful Charles W. Cooling of Cecil Lodge 125 in Chesapeake City, Maryland and was then given to his Grandfather, Worshipful Roland A. Cooling (also of Cecil Lodge No. 125). It was passed to Brother Greg by his Aunt, Ruth Ellis, who was a member of the Cecil Jobs Daughters.

Key Rings with Light

Jack Lewis, DDGM, 2014
Lynnhaven Lodge No. 220, 2013
Spreading Masonic Light

Miscellaneous Key Rings and Fobs

Bayside Lodge No. 218, 2003
Bayside Lodge No. 218, 1992
George Washington Masonic National Memorial. Provided by Right Worshipful Bill Knowles.
Yokosuka Lodge No. 20, Yokosuka, Japan. Provided by Worshipful Steve Ridgeway.
Commemorating the 300th Anniversary of the Holy Bible on which George Washington was initiated as an Entered Apprentice. Provided by Worshipful Joe Thornton
Willis V. Fentress Lodge No. 296
Lynnhaven Lodge No.220, 2002
Lynnhaven Lodge No.220, 2004
Sandston Lodge No. 216, 50th Anniversary. Provided by Worshipful Bob Stanek.

Hand carved wooden key fobs given to Worshipful Steve Ridgeway

Past Masters "Knife and Fork Degree"

Past Master's "Knife and Fork" Degree. Provided by Worshipful Steve Ridgeway.

Working Tools

Working Tools. Provided by Worshipful Bob Stanek.

Miscellaneous Tie Clasps

Rainbow Girls DAD. Provided by Worshipful Steve Ridgeway.
Square and Compasses. Provided by Worshipful Steve Ridgeway.
Past Master. Provided by Worshipful Michael Johnston

Scottish Rite 200th Anniversay

Scottish Rite 200th Anniversary medallion and drape celebrating 200 Years of brotherhood. Provided by Worshipful Michael Johnstone.

Lighter

Cigarette Lighter with the Masonic Square and Compasses along with the Latin inscription "In Hog Signo Vinces" meaning "in this sign you will conquer." Provided by Right Worshipful Don Meyer.

Acrylic Paperweights

George Washington Masonic Memorial
Square & Compasses

Masonic Trowel

Masonic Trowel presented to Right Worshipful Don Meyer in recognition of his installation as District Deputy Grand Master for the 56th Masonic District. Presented by Right Worshipful Bill Gurley, Worshipful Master of Virginia Beach Lodge No. 274, on 12/12/2012.

Letter Opener

Letter opener given by Worshipful Don Meyer in 1992.

George Washington Silver Spoon

Provided by Right Worshipful Bill Knowles.

Ivory Working Tools

A tiny set of working tools, possibly made of ivory by the Hang On Ivory Factory Products of Hong Kong. Provided by Worshipful Joe Thornton.

Lake Drummond Lodge No. 178

Glass marble given to the Brethren of Lake Drummond Lodge No. 178 by Worshipful Richard Smith in 2012. Provided by Right Worshipful Emmett "Buddy" Pate.

Shrine Pocket Knife

Provided by Right Worshipful Don Meyer.

Bayside Lodge No. 218

Fingernail clippers given to the Brethren by Worshipful Bill Barth of Bayside Lodge No. 218 in 1979. Provided by Right Worshipful Emmett "Buddy" Pate.
Letter opener and leather case given by Worshipful James Parks in 1993. Provided by Right Worshipful Emmett "Buddy" Pate.
Comb and plastic case. Provided by Right Worshipful Emmett "Buddy" Pate.

Dinner Plate from Lodge Miramar No. 317, New Zealand

Small plate (approximately 9 inches in diameter) from Lodge Miramar No. 317 in New Zealand.
Provided by Right Worshipful Emmett "Buddy" Pate.

Commemorative Plate of Grand Lodge of New Zealand

Plate commerating the Centenary of Grand Lodge of Antient, Free and Accepted Masons of New Zealand in 1990.
(Symbols can be enlarged by clicking on the images) Provided by Right Worshipful Emmett "Buddy" Pate.

Masonic Dashboard Emblem

If you were a Mason in the 60's, there's a good chance you had one of these little guys on your dashboard. They were also available for Shriners and had a magnet on the base to hold it in place. Provided by Worshipful Joe Thornton.