FREEMASONS’ MUSEUM, LONDON
The Library and Museum of Freemasonry has its home in the 1928 art deco building by Ashley and Newman – the London Freemasons’ Hall. The history of the United Grand Lodge of England and the traditions of Freemasonry form core of the display. Clocks, furniture, glassware, jewellery, porcelain, pottery, regalia and silver with Masonic decoration are shown. Displayed items include belongings of famous Freemasons such as King Edward VII and Winston Churchill. In 2016 a large gallery was added to the museum.
Freestanding showcases, hydrolift showcases and table top cases with passive humidity control were supplied for the new gallery. All cases were tested to assure they comply with lowest air exchange rates. In tune with external LED gallery lighting the showcases were supplied with internal LED lighting throughout.