Estate 32nd Degree medallion in 14k yellow gold, hanging on a short gold filled pocket watch fob chain.
Front features the Double Headed Eagle of Lagash, an ancient Sumerian symbol associated with the Scottish Rite Masons, also known as the 32nd Degree. The number 32 is etched on a black upside down triangle, and below is the Latin phrase “Spes mea in Deo est”, which translates to “My hope is in God.
Back features a crown and cross symbol, an ancient symbol associated with the Knight Templar degree of the York Rite. It is surrounded by the Latin phrase “In hoc signo vinces”, which translates to “In this sign thou shalt conquer”.
Crown tips are bezel set with 4 genuine single-cut diamonds. Crown and cross are enameled.
Tested to be 14k gold.
Weighs 36.3 grams.
Medallion is about 29mm x 47.5mm x 8mm, has drop height of about 2.5″.
Excellent estate condition. Gently pre-owned.