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Breathtaking antique Order of the Eastern Star jeweled crown or tiara, circa early 1900's. This crown is beautiful and is loaded with clear and colored prong set stones. There are five stars on the crown, one star for each of the star points. The Order of the Eastern Star’s principal symbol is the inverted five-pointed star. Each star point represents a different heroine of the Bible and degree of the Order, and each one represents a different virtue.

Adah: Adah is the first point; its color is blue, and its symbols are the sword and veil. Adah represents obedience and self-sacrifice.

Ruth: Ruth is the second point; its color is yellow, and its symbol is a sheaf of wheat. Ruth represents the ideals of loyalty and friendship.

Esther: Esther is the third star point; the color is white, and the symbol is a crown and scepter. Esther represents honor and courage.

Martha: Martha is the fourth point; the color is green, and the emblem is a broken column. Martha represents devotion to the home, as well as a belief in the immortality of the soul.

Electa: The fifth star point is Electa, named for the eklekte kuria, “the elect lady” of the Apostle John’s Second Epistle; the color is red, and the symbol is a cup. Electa represents the ideals of fervent love and faith.

There is ornate detail throughout, and it is adjustable. It is a lifesize crown measuring 7" in diameter and measuring 3.5" tall in the front. All of the stones are intact, none are missing. This crown is stunning and extremely rare to find.

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Team Edith & Evelyn

Antique Eastern Star Jeweled Crown

Overview

  • Vintage item from 1900 - 1909
  • Materials: gilt brass, rhinestones
  • Only ships within United States.
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