Masonic Swords

Arising from the Knights Templar military order of the Crusades, Masonic societies often maintain a connection to their history with ceremonial swords worn and used during their rituals and rites. These decorative blades often display ornate appearances with various freemason icons. A common masonic symbol, the Square represents honor, integrity, and honesty. The Compass indicates spiritual concepts and self-control. The letter G stands for geometry, a science believed to show the glory of God and the heavens. Other frequently used motifs are the Templar cross, the Masonic cross and crown emblem, and knights heads. Buying a Sword offers a great array of masonic swords crafted for display with gold and silver plating, detailed engravings, enamel inlays, ornate scabbards, and other fantastic embellishments. These freemason swords come in many decorative sword designs that are ideal for home decor, collections, costume use, and ceremonies. Peruse our selection of ornamental masonic swords to see the many eye-catching options available to you.
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Red and Gold Masonic Sword

Item # ZS-926930
Regal and ornate, the Red and Gold Masonic Sword is an eye-catching sword to add to your collection. Its mirror finish stainless steel blade is matched with an exquisitely ornate gold tone hilt decorated with the Freemasonry symbols.

Red Masonic Longsword

Item # MC-KS-4915
The Freemasons have been around since the 16th and 17th centuries, and while not an official knightly order, that does not mean that they have never used a sword like the Red Masonic Longsword in ceremony and ritual.

Red Masonic Short Sword

Item # NP-K-4915-S-RD-G
No matter if you are a Freemason or simply enjoy the lore surrounding the mysterious group, consider adding the Red Masonic Short Sword to your home decor or office space. This short sword looks great in any sword collection as well.

Silver Masonic Sword by Marto

Item # MA-776S
Throughout history, as an instrument of justice, truth, equality, and firmness, swords have been used at every great event and have become imbued with symbolism, just as the Silver Masonic Sword, by Marto, is inlaid with masonic symbols