University Mace Holder

Jarrell, Bruce
March 2013
Anvil's Ring;Spring2013, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p30
In this article, the author discusses the design of a metal ceremonial mace holder designed by him. He explains that the design of the mace holder was based upon elements of the Maryland state flag consisting of two components of red and white cross botany with shellac finished base. He also informs that the base of the mace holder was made from a small piece of the Maryland Wye Oak tree and presents several photographs of the mace holder.


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