VINTAGE EASTERN STAR COLLECTION FATAL STAR MINT MASONIC

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  • Sold Date: Apr 13,2009
  • Channel: Online Auction

VINTAGE EASTERN STAR COLLECTION FATAL STAR MINT MASONIC

TEMPLE CHINA COLLECTION (5) TEMPLE TREASURES NORCREST

UP FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION IS A GORGEOUS COLLECTION OF EARLY EASTERN STAR AND FRATERNAL ORDER OF THE EASTERN STAR. THIS WONDERFUL ESTATE FIND IS IN FABULOUS CONDITION. IT WAS DISPLAYED BEHIND GLASS. AUCTION IS FOR ALL FIVE FINE CHINA PIECES SHOWN.

SHELL BOWL HAS OES SYMBOL AND STAR IN CENTER. BEAUTIFUL GOLD DETAILING THROUGHOUT. IT MEASURES APPROXIMATELY 5.5" X 6.5 AND 2" TALL. EARLY STUNNING CANDY DISH THAT IS SIGNED AND NUMBERED ON BACK. TEMPLE TREASURES, F.N. KISTNER CO., CHICAGO, NE20134.

NEXT FOUR PIECES ARE A PERFECT SET FROM NORCREST FINE CHINA. EACH PIECE IS SIGNED, NUMBERED AND HAVE THE OLD FRATERNAL ORDER OF EASTERN STAR "STAR" EMBLEM FRONT AND CENTER. PLATE IS READY FOR HANGING. IT MEASURES APPROXIMATELY 6" X 6" AND HAS FINE BLACK AND GOLD JAPAN LABEL, NORCREST FINE CHINA MAKER'S MARK E-S1. STUNNING OVAL HANDLE BOWL MEASURES APPROXIMATELY 5" X 7" AND IS 2.5" TALL. BOWL IS NUMBERED ES-1. SMALL DEMI CUP AND SAUCER IS VERY FINE PORCELAIN CHINA. IT'S TRANSPARENT IN THE LIGHT. I NOTICED A FEW PAINT DRIPS IN LIGHT UNDER CLOSE INSPECTION ON CUP. I WOULD CONSIDER DRIPS TO BE MANUFACTURER FLAWS. SAUCER MEASURES APPROXIMATELY 4.5" X 4.5", AND EACH PIECE IS NUMBERED ES-1.

I CAN FIND NO CHIPS, CRACKS OR REPAIRS. TRULY A BEAUTIFUL FINE CHINA HISTORICAL EASTERN AND FATAL STAR FINE CHINA COLLECTION! ENTIRE SET AT A LISTING PRICE OF 99 CENTS. I'M SO CONFIDENT IN THE ITEMS I PURCHASE, I'M GOING TO START RUNNING 99 CENTS "SALE" ON A REGULAR BASIS. PLEASE CHECK OUT OUR OTHER GREAT TREASURES AND CHECK BACK OFTEN...PLEASE!

I FOUND THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION WHILE RESEARCHING ORGANIZATION.

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The Order of the Eastern Star is the largest fraternal organization in the world that both men and women can join. It was established in 1850 by Rob Morris , a lawyer and educator from Boston , Massachusetts , who had been an official with the Freemasons . It is based on teachings from the Bible ,[ 1] but is open to people of all monotheistic faiths. It has approximately 10,000 chapters in twenty countries and approximately one million members under its General Grand Chapter. Me...

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