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Masonic Freemason Lodge Attire bow tie, Masonic Compass & Square lamp blue

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Bow Tie Men Adjustable Masonic Bow Tie Wedding Tuxedo Freemasonary Lodge Necktie

Bow ties have had their moment in and out of the men's style spotlight, but this neckwear is a classic that can take your look from drab to debonair. Whether you're up to your neck in formal events or want to polish up your office style. Our Handcrafted Black & Blue satin Masonic bow tie will suit you best.
·         Freemason formal bowtie. Men's Freemasonry black bow tie with a pattern of repeating squares has the Masonic compass and square emblems.
·         The ties are pre-tied in a butterfly style with an adjustable band that encircles the neck and hooks to hold the tie in place. Great gift / Freemason regalia.
We try our best to ship our orders as soon as possible. Items normally take 3-5 days for delivery.

We also take custom requests. We offer bow ties kids bow ties, pocket squares,sets, and dogs bow ties! We can also design a custom fabric if you can't find what you are looking for. We love providing this service to brides and grooms that want something special for their big day!

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