American Orders And Societies And Their Decorations
Book for sale from the Naval & Military Press
American Society Medals: An Identification Guide
A book by Lee E. Bishop.
An Illustrated Glossary of Masonic Collecting Terms and Symbolism
Tree Pendants, Sticks & Stones, and other 'Branch' related jewelry.
Bonnets, Hats & Caps
Clues Among the Family Jewels
From Along Those Lines... by George Morgan.
Clues in Fraternal Memorabilia
Article by Rhonda R. McClure.
Corsets and Crinolines
A book by Norah Waugh.
family tree jewelry on Etsy, a global handmade and vintage marketplace
Fraternalism in America (1860 - 1920)
Includes information on identifying fraternal jewelry.
Ancient Order Knights of the Mystic Chain
Ancient Order of United Workmen
Benevolent Protective Order Of Elks
Civil War Orders (GAR, etc.)
Daughters of the American Revolution
Fraternal Order of Eagles
Improved Order of Redmen
Knights and Ladies of the Golden Eagle
Loyal Order of Moose
Nativist Orders (Order Of United American Mechanics, Junior OUAM/Daughters Of America, Patriotic Order Sons Of America)
New England Order Of Protection
Odd Fellows - Rebekah Past (Noble) Grand
Odd Fellows Service Jewels
Oriental Order of Humility and Perfection - Ancient Mystic Order of Samaritans
Patrons of Husbandry (The Grange)
Supreme Council of the Royal Arcanum
The International Association of Rebekah Assemblies
The Knights of Pythias
Woodmen of the World
From Hair To Eternity
Article by Kristen Dame Knight.
Gentlemen's Dress Accessories
A book by Eve Eckstein.
A guide to identification of Odd Fellows' and Rebekahs' insignia.
Knights of Columbus - Emblems of the Order
From St. Joseph's Council No. 6462. Includes photographs of officer jewels.
Knights of Columbus Robes and Jewels of Council Officers
From Holy Rosary Church Knights of Columbus Council 11841. Clip art pictures of Council Officer Jewels.
Mens Collars in History
Miss Vera's Hatbox
See several bonnet styles popular during the Civil War.
Handcrafted jewelry inspired by the ornate designs of the past. We welcome custom orders, and can create unique necklaces with your family crest or image.
Remembering A Loved One With Mourning Jewelry
From the Victorian Hairwork Society. Explains the Victorian custom of creating jewelry, pictures, and other mementos of a loved one from their hair.
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