Freemason watches typically display Freemasonry’s well known logo, the Masonic Square and Compasses.
These Masonic watches are worn by members of the fraternity, not only at lodge meetings, functions and events, but on a daily basis.
Masonic watch face designs vary, as do choices of metals,…from stainless steel to gold, as well as the many different choices of watch bands.
Like all Masonic jewelry, wearing a Masonic watch is an optional choice for each member.
Lodges do not purchase Masonic jewelry. Each member purchases their own.
A Blue Lodge watch depicts Freemasonry’s well known logo, the Square and Compasses emblem.
Masonic lodge watches may include the square and compasses, Masonic tools or other Masonic styling, symbols, emblems and insignia.
Below, is a Masonic watch with Masonic working tools on its face.
This watch’s face displays a Masonic symbolic craft lodge which includes the Eye of God, the representation of the lodge, Masonic pavement and other Masonic lodge symbols.
Many members of the United States military, police, firemen and others are Freemasons.
There are also other variations of Masonic watches, such as Scottish Rite, Past Master and Shrine watches.
Symbols on a Shrine watch are the Masonic emblem consisting of the scimitar, dual claws and star.
A Past Master watch has a Past Master’s symbol on its face. The symbolry is of the Sun, the Square, the Compasses, and the Quadrant. (in the United States)
Masonic pocket watches are also popular.
Freemason watches range from simple, inexpensive styles to more elaborate designs which may include diamonds or other jewels, as well as Masonic tools.
Source: MASONIC EDUCATION BLOG