Collection: The Robert Burns Master's Jewel

Robert Burns' Portrait with Masonic Jewel

The Original Robert Burns' Master's Jewel, worn as he served as Depute Master of St. James - Tarbolton Lodge, in Tarbolton Scotland.

The Original Tarbolton Jewel

We have been working with members of Lodge Tarbolton (Kilwinning) St. James No. 135 to create this official replica with their permission.

Robert Burns' Signature

Robert Burns (25 January 1759 – 21 July 1796)

The Master's Jewel Rendition

Our  light antique finish (shown above and below)  is standard, and we offer black antiquing as an option.

Robert Burns Mason's Jewel

Robert Burns Masters Jewel on Handmade Chain

Here is the jewel hanging on one of our hand made silver chains.

The original is on display in the lodge museum at Tarbolton, these photos of the original were taken in person at a Third Degree meeting in March 2017.

The Original Burns Masters' Jewel

These jewels are 2 1/2" wide and weigh one ounce in sterling silver.

The above image shows our original black antiquing.

Robert Burns Initiation

Painting, The Initiation of Robert Burns