33RD DEGREE SCOTTISH RITE RINGS BY FOX JEWELRY!
BE THE FIRST TO OWN ONE THESE OUTSTANDING LOOKING 33RD DEGREE SCOTTISH RITE MASONIC RINGS AVAILABLE IN BOTH 10KT AND 14KT YELLOW GOLD AND 14KT WHITE GOLD!
THESE ARE THE FINEST 33RD DEGREE RINGS AVAILABLE AT THE BEST PRICES ANYWHERE!
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Engraving is available at a minimum price of $25.00. For that price we can engrave your intitials and date raised. Example: RMF 11/6/1980. Remember that the Latin Motto is also on the inside of the 33rd Degree rings so the amount of space is mimimal, usually around 12-15 characters.
Many of you have questions regarding the proper finger on which to wear the 33rd Degree ring. Per Arturo de Hoyos, 33°, KYCH Grand Archivist and Grand Historian,Supreme Council, 33°, Southern Jurisdiction, U.S.A.
"Dear Mr. Fox,The ritual of the 33d Degree describes the ring as a triple band of gold which *may* have a triangle with the numerals "33." It may be worn on any finger of either hand. This is appropriate in both the Northern and Southern Jurisdictions. Although there is no *official* description of enameling, it is common to find them enameled in black, although I've seen them in red also. For example, my personal ring has a triangle enameled in black and is also embellished with diamonds."
The ring is a triple one, like three small rings, each one-eighth of an inch wide, side by side, and having on the inside a delta surrounding the figures 33, and inscribed with the wearer's name, and the motto of the Order, Dues meumque Jus, meaning God and my right. It has been worn on the fourth finger of the right hand but in 1923 provision was made that the Thirty-third Degree ring should be worn on the little finger of the left hand in the Southern Jurisdiction. The ring is worn on the third finger of the left hand in the Northern Jurisdiction of the United States of America.
"The Thirty-third Degree confers on those Freemasons who are legitimately invested with it, the quality, title, privilege, and authority of Sovereign, Supremorum, Grand Inspectors-General of the Order. The peculiar duty of their mission is to teach and enlighten the Brethren; to preserve charity, union, and fraternal love among them; to maintain regularity in the works of each Degree, and to take care that it is preserved by others; to cause the dogmas, doctrines, institutes, constitutions, statutes, and regulations of the Order to be reverently regarded, and to preserve and defend them on every occasion; and, finally, everywhere to occupy themselves in works of peace and mercy."
The Body in which the members of this Degree assemble is called a Supreme Council. The symbolic color of the Degree is white, denoting purity. The distinctive insignia are a sash, collar, jewel, Teutonic cross, decoration, and ring.