Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite Collection of Aprons (AASR)
How to choose your Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite (AASR) apron?Depending on your rank and rank, there are 4 types of aprons at the Old and Accepted Scottish Rite (AASR) in the blue lodge.
The apprentice / journeyman apron in the Old and Accepted Scottish Rite (AASR) is white in color.
The Companion apron in the Old and Accepted Scottish Rite may have a variant with the star G and its red outline.
The master's apron to the Old and Accepted Scottish Rite is red and white with several choices of symbols.
The venerable apron Master in the Old and Accepted Scottish Rite is red and white as well, the venerable ones will choose their aprons usually with the T's reversed.
The choice of color, material or size?
We propose three subjects to choose from, the faux leather which is the most used, the natural silk where the real leather according to tastes.
For those who wish to respect traditions, the genuine leather (numbered skin) will be the most appropriate.
At the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite the standard size for aprons of Venerable Master & Master are 39 x 33 cm.
What to do if in doubt about which apron to choose?
Our Columns and their team offer you personalized advice by phone or on the website to guide you in your choice.
You can of course refer to your Venerable Master in order to validate the decorations used in your lodge.