Masonic Rings: Fox Jewelry; your online jewelry store specializes in Masonic Rings and other fraternal jewelry. We are the best in the business and have the most extensive collection of Masonic Rings and other Fraternal rings on the internet. Freemason rings are our specialty. We welcome the opportunity to serve our brothers in the craft.
The Blue Lodge Masonic Ring is symbolic of many of the concepts believed in by a Freemason's all over the world. The circular shape of the ring demonstrates the "eternity of the circle", or in the case of a square or rectangle shape, the Mason ring demonstrates "on the square". In the same way that a wedding ring is indicative of the bond of one person to another, the "eternal" nature represents the bond of one Mason to another Mason and to the brotherhood of Freemasonry,
The Master Mason Masonic Ring; sometimes referred to as the Blue Lodge Masonic Ring will normally display the Masonic "square and compass," the universal symbols of Freemasonry. The ring may also feature the letter "G" in the middle. The "G" symbolizes the word GAOTU, an acronym for "great architect of the universe". The ring will feature these symbols raised on the surface. Many Third Degree Blue Lodge Masonic Rings display the plumb and trowel on the sides of the shank. The ring is also a visual sign to the world of a member's dedication to the Masonic fraternity, as well as his authenticity.
There are certain rules and etiquette involved with wearing a Freemason's Masonic Ring. First of all, only a Master Mason is entitled to wear a Masonic Ring. The ring is also generally worn on the third finger of the right hand. Typically, a Mason would not wear more than one Masonic Ring unless the Master Mason is a member of more than one branch or lodge.
The Masonic rings are made to order. Please take care in ordering the correct size! Allow 3-4 weeks for delivery.
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