Collection REMU French Rite Emulation Decors
The Rite of emulation or English Rite of Emulation style or Rite of Union is a Masonic rite established by the United Grand Lodge of England in 1813-1816.
The Rite of emulation is a Masonic rite of orality whose particularities are to gravitate around the universal references of the profession, to exclude any idea of speech which would value certain "brothers", and to practice the ceremonies entirely by heart
the Rite of emulation has three ranks at the level of the blue boxes with their masonic decorations :
- 1er grade: apprentice
- 2e grade: journeyman
- 3e grade: master
The masonic decorations at French Emulation Rite of 1 - 3 rd degree in blue lodge are standard on Our Columns find the aprons, gloves, harnesses (cords), hats or kippah, tie, bow tie or jewel for freemason