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“The Man Who Would Be Master” Past Master Masonic Apron

This hand-embroidered, original TCA design is inspired from the ceremonial robes worn by Daniel Dravot (Sean Connery) in the movie adaptation of Bro. Rudyard Kipling's "The Man Who Would be King". This apron is made from a 100% genuine lambskin body and is bullion embroidered throughout. Available with silver or gold embroidery.

This apron comes with an adjustable belt that will fit between 36" and 50" waists. Can be made slightly smaller upon request.

Please note that no customization is available for this apron.

These aprons are available today and ship within 1-2 business days.

Masonic Apron Craftsmanship

It is our belief that quality , and not mere convenience, is the mark of distinction in the Craft. We only use real lambskin for our leather aprons because it is our belief that each Brother’s “Badge of a Mason” should be a direct and personal reflection of his commitment to the Craft. Each apron is hand cut and hand made by our artisan craftsmen, and, should a Brother or Lodge wish, we will create a distinctive - bespoke - design that is specific to the individual or Lodge. This drive for unapologetic quality permeates our company and is reflected in every product that we produce.


The Craftsman's Apron is dedicated to providing Freemasons with the highest quality Masonic aprons, masonic gifts, and personal effects available. Our goal is to help our noble Craft regain the elegance and dignity that was once the hallmark of Freemasonry and for our regalia to be recognized as the distinguished badge of every Mason.

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Customer Reviews

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Based on 2 reviews
Jonathan Giles last year

I was like a kid a Christmas tearing into the package this apron arrived in... Don't even try to judge the quality by the photo! The real article far exceeded my expectations. It's nice to have an apron that doesn't look like every other "template" piece from the big suppliers.

Javier Torrez-Plascencia last year

Just received this amazing apron and the pictures online do not do it justice. I cannot wait to wear it to our next Stated Meeting. I spoke to Brother Patrick several times over the phone and his passion for his work and our Noble Craft was very evident. Thank you!