Fox Jewelry introduces its fine collection of Eastern Star Rings!
The Order of the Eastern Star is affiliated with the Freemasons and is open to both men and women. The order was established in 1850. The Eastern Star is based on teachings from the Bible and is open to people of all religious beliefs. One only has to believe in a higher being. It has approximately 10,000 chapters in twenty countries and approximately 500,000 members under its General Grand Chapter. Members of the Order need to be aged 18 and older; men must be Master Masons and women must have specific relationships with Masons. Originally, a woman would have to be the daughter, widow, wife, sister, or mother of a master Mason, but the Order now allows other relatives as well as allowing Jobs Daughters and Rainbow Girls.
The Masonic Ring is the most recognizable symbol of the world's largest fraternity; the Freemasons. Most commonly, the Masonic Ring is shown with a compass and square on the top. The sides of the shank on the Masonic Ring typically display the plumb and trowel. If the ring has a stone, it is typically either a black onyx, synthetic ruby or blue spinel. The color of the stone on the Masonic Ring has no significance. There at least a couple of opinions as to whether the wearer of the Masonic Ring should wear the ring with the points of the compass either facing towards the wearer or away from them.
The square is the symbol of all earthly, the compass is symbolic of heavenly perfection. In a combined emblem, the ends of the square point up as a symbol of man's aspirations toward God; the points of the compass point down to represent heavenly qualities coming down from God to earth. Given that, it seems that the proper way to wear the Masonic Ring would be that in which its symbolism is best expressed; namely; when the hand is held in its usual position the points of the compass are towards the earth and away from the wearer's eyes. In order to wear the Masonic Ring, you must have achieved the degree of Master Mason.
The Freemasons can trace their roots back to 1717 when four lodges in London joined to form the Grand Lodge of England. Some historians say that the freemasons can trace their roots back to the time of ancient Egypt.
Fox Jewelry is the leading marketer of Masonic Jewelry to include: Masonic Rings, Masonic Watches, Freemason Rings, Gold Masonic Rings, Sterling Silver Masonic Rings, Black Hills Gold Masonic Rings, Masonic cufflinks, Masonic aprons and gold plated Masonic Rings. If you are looking for a great 33rd Degree Scottish Rite Ring, Fox Jewelry has the finest selection of those as well as the 14th Degree Scottish Rite Ring. We are the only internet distributor of Wefferling Berry Masonic, Scottish Rite and Shrine Rings. Fox Jewelry is a web based business and has been in existence since 2001. Located in Sioux City, Iowa, the owner; Robert Fox is a Master Mason, (North Riverside Lodge in Sioux City), Scottish Rite Mason, York Rite Mason, member of the Abu Bekr Shrine Temple, also located in Sioux City. He is also a member of the Royal Order of Jesters. Fox Jewelry has the largest selection of Masonic Rings and Masonic Jewelry available anywhere. In addition to our Masonic Jewelry, we have an extensive collection of Eastern Star Rings, Order of Amaranth Rings, Past Matron and Past Patron rings. It is our goal to furnish a quality Masonic ring or other piece of Masonic Jewelry at a reasonable price so that our brothers and sisters in the trade all have the opportunity to own a quality piece of Masonic Jewelry. In addition to our Masonic Jewelry, we also carry an extensive line of Knights of Columbus Rings, Elks Rings, and Moose Rings. We also have a great selection of fine Military Rings and Military watches. We just launched a new line of official Navy Seal watches as well as men's wedding rings and clergy rings for our members of the military and clergy. Please enjoy your shopping experience. The company’s customer service team is dedicated to being the best in the business. If there is any way we can be of assistance, please call Robert Fox at Fox Jewelry; 712-251-8053.