Masonic rings and attaining Masonic degrees are somewhat mysterious to many people.
Masonic rings make a statement about the person who wears one.
|Sterling Silver with|
|Vermeil Gold with Simulated Sapphire and Masonic Tools|
Black Onyx Face
|14k Antique Finish Square & Compasses With Simulated Sapphire and Plumb and Trowel on each side|
Master Mason Square
and Compasss Ring
Men who seek non-university degrees and who may refuse to wear any other jewelry, (sometimes even their wedding ring), may seem strange to non-Masons.
Below, you may see the faces of other rings belonging to members of the fraternity to enable you to recognize these rings which are symbolic of a member first having attained his Master Mason degree.
|Past Master Sterling Silver Ring with Gavel and Top Hat on the sides|
|14k Past Master Ring - Harvey & Otis - Square and Compasses, Gavel and Top Hat on sides|
|14k Past Master Ring with Simulated Sapphires and Gavel and Top Hat Symbols on sides|
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