Washington's Masonic Apron. The apron is the most symbolically important emblem found in Masonry. It is made of pure white lambskin and is worn by every Mason to all Lodge events. It is the first symbol explained to the Entered Apprentice (1st degree, Blue Lodge) and the first tangible evidence of his admission into the fraternity. What the Mason probably doesn't know at the time of his initiation is that the apron is also worn by temple Mormons and active practitioners of Wicca also.
Jug of porcelain, in black enamel and moulded in relief, cylindrical neck with a crowned bearded mask in relief under the lip, which is in silver, and a rococo scrolled handle, and on the front of the body are the arms and emblems of the Freemasons, with figures of three masons, and scrolls with the motto 'AMOR HONOR ET JUSTITIA' and 'SIT LUX ET LUX FUIT.