"Daughters of Rebekah" Oddfellows Lodge Pole Top Finials, American, circa 1900

Four distinctive symbols of the female branch of the Independent order of the Oddfellows, the beehive, moon, dove and lily, these were used on the top of wooden poles at parades, lectures and honorary meetings. Daughters of Rebekah was established in 1851 and members were the sisters, wives and daughters of Oddfellows. They were known for their humanitarian, service-oriented organization; the name derived from Rebekah, an old testament woman whose kindness and hospitality to a humble, unknown stranger best characterized the sought-after virtues. These four nicely cast symbols have survived together, and in pristine condition. Chrome-plated brass, American, circa 1900; now displayed on a contemporary painted brass base. The toppers range in height from 6¾" to 8¾".


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Dealer M. Finkel & Daughter
Date: circa 1900
Origin America
Measurements 3.5"d x 17”w x 9”h
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Website http://www.samplings.com
Price $625
Contact Amy Finkel, 215-627-7797 or  mailbox@samplings.com

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