Archive item - not for sale
English creamware masonic transfer printed mug, early 19th century , possibly Liverpool decorated with a large panel containing various Masonic symbols including the sun and crescent moon; a beehive, a square and compass, and a gavel, all surrounding the central masonic altar with ‘G’; scrolling banners with the words ‘Amor Honor Et Justitia’ (Love, Honour, and Justice) to the top, and ‘Sit Lux Et Lux Fuit’ (Let there be Light, and there was Light) to the bottom; height: 14.5cm. (5 3/4 in.), The Masonic
Height: 14.5cm. (5 3/4 in.),
Some discolouration to the base and minute fritting to the base
‘G’ stands for ‘Geometry’ and supposedly reminds us that our every act is done in the sight of the Great Architect of the Universe.