DISCOURCE: Spreading the Light of Masonic Research No. 194: “Setting the Table: Coin Silver Tableware in Early America”

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DISCOURCE: Spreading the Light of Masonic Research No. 194: “Setting the Table: Coin Silver Tableware in Early America”

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Spreading the Light of Masonic Research No. 194:

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Brethren,
 
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Here is our latest installment of research papers from Virginia Research Lodge No. 1777. If you would like to be added to the list, or have a friend who would like to be on the list, just send me an email or message. This week’s submission is from Rt. Wor. F. E. “Eddie” Pearson II, entitled “Setting the Table: Coin Silver Tableware in Early America” which was presented in Virginia Research Lodge No. 1777 on May 20, 2017.
 
This paper provides a very detailed account of the rise of silversmithing in Colonial Virginia. The different kinds of silver used, how silversmiths mark their work, and why original silverware from the Colonial days are all explored. A brief connection to Masonry is presented about a famous silversmith who became Grand Master of Virginia.
 
If you enjoy these weekly papers, I highly recommend attending one of Virginia’s premier Research Lodges. Hearing a paper presented in person by the author, with the discussion afterwards, is a far superior experience to simply reading it for yourself. Also, there are papers presented in a Research Lodge that will never be made available online.
 
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