Old Olavians Lodge No. 5758


Lodge Regalia and Temple pictures

Ever wondered  what the inside of a Lodge meeting room (or "Temple") looks like?   Or what some of our masonic regalia looks like?

Well, you could always come to Freemasons' Hall, 60 Great Queen Street, London (020 7831 9811) and find out !    Yes - the building is open to the public most weekdays, and there are guided tours available to the public.   Please see the Grand Lodge web site for more details.    You will also be able to visit the library and museum, and see various

The Lodge Banner

The Worshipful Master's Apron


The Worshipful Master's Jewel of Office

Showing the incription on the reverse, recording that it was presented to the first Master in 1939.

The 250th Commemorative Jewel  (of the formation of the Grand Lodge in 1717) which is worn on the Master's collar, and indicates that the Old Olavians' Lodge contributed to the 250th Anniversary Commemorative Fund - which supports the Royal College of Surgeons of England.

The 275th Anniversary Jewel

The Arms of the United Grand Lodge of England

A typical Temple at Freemasons' Hall looking towards the Master's Chair

Another view - this time looking the other way towards the Senior Warden's Chair

Hogarth's drawing No. 4 "Night" from from his series "The Four Times of  Day" a Master being helped home by his Tyler - amid mayhem!  (Notice the large white aprons they are wearing)

 items of masonic regalia on display.

But if you can't make it in person, here are a few pictures to give you an idea.


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