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The image reproduced on this ornament in fine porcelain is taken from the Allyn Cox mural at the George Washington Masonic National Memorial in Alexandria, Virginia. Seven five-pointed stars surround the medallion of this ornament and represent the perfect Masonic lodge. Five-pointed stars symbolize the five points of fellowship. Woven into the border in 24-karat gold-finished brass are the working tools of Freemasonry. Clockwise are the trowel, setting maul, level, square, plumb and compasses and square. The "G" for God or Geometry at the top of the ornament completes the border.
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Beautiful, ornamental, inexpensive and long lived, the Kwanzan Cherry Tree (a.k.a. Japanese Cherry, Hill Cherry, Oriental Cherry or East Asian Cherry) is a species of cherry native to Japan, Korea and China. It is known for its spring cherry blossom displays and festivals.Click for More Details