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Custom O.E.S. Pins

"Thank you for working with me. I'm very pleased with my "Be A Friend" pins. I'm looking forward to receiving my newest order. May you...
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Potentate's Pins

"Dear Shawn, I just got off the phone (only minutes after talking to you) with UPS; who will deliver the N.S.A. batch of pins to my door...
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Potentate's Pins

"M. Warren & Co. provided me the very highest quality products on time and within budget! From my Potentate's pins, to my cups and napkins,...
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Custom Anniversary Pins

"The pins are very nice. I will be proud to give them to our members. I thank you for your help in getting them to us in a timely manner. I am...
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Custom Shrine Circus Pins

"Your use of our basic circus pin design was very good. The changes you suggested resulted in a really good looking pin. Your prices were great...
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Fezzes

The fez is one of the most recognizable symbols of the Shriners and was adopted as the Shriners’ official headgear in 1872.  Named after the city of Fez, Morocco, the hat represented the Arabian theme the fraternity was founded on.  Some historians claim it dates back to about A.D. 980, but the name of the fez, or tarboosh, does not appear in Arabic literature until around the 14th century.  One of the earliest references to the headgear is in “Arabian Nights.”  It  serves as an outward symbol of one’s membership in the fraternity.  Much like the white apron worn by Freemasons as a symbol of their brotherhood, the fez is worn only by Shriners as a symbol of their membership in this unique fraternity.  Fratline is pleased to offer the highest quality Shrine fezzes at affordable prices with the fastest delivery time in the industry.