This tartan was designed by Masonic Themes of Glasgow exclusively for the Grand Lodge of
Canada in Hamilton to mark the Lodge’s 150th Anniversary.
The colours have the following symbolism.
Scarlet represents Canada and royal blue represents the Grand Lodge of Canada in Ontario.
The three Masonic (lighter) blue stripes represent the three craft degrees all Master Masons in this jurisdiction are expected to attain.
The gold stripe marks the 150th anniversary of the Lodge in July 2005, and
the black accent shading is symbolic of the third degree.
The primary royal blue and scarlet sections are further subdivided into nine sections each, representing the Grand Master.
** If you intend to weave or otherwise use any of these patterns, please be aware that you may need
the written permission of the designer or producer. This information can be found in the Scottish Register of Tartans.
LB/10 K2 R30 K4 LB6 K20 R10 B30 R10 K4 DY8 K4 R2 K4 B30 R30 K8 R/4 (SRT No. 4892)