Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite
Decorations at Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite (AASR)
The Ancient and accepted Scottish rite (AASR) is a Masonic rite founded in 1801 at Charleston in the United States at the instigation of the brothers John Mitchell and Frederic Dalcho, based on the Grandes Constitutions of 1786, attributed to Frederick II of Prussia.
The decorations to the ancient Scottish rite and accepted from 1st degree to 3rd degree in blue lodge are according to the rank of the freemason the following articles; Aprons, Gloves, Harnesses (cords), Hats or Kippah and tie or bow tie.
For the Venerable Master and the Lodge officers they also have necklaces and jewelry of the function they represent.