A masonic gift for a fellow mason, a loved relative, a good friend or just as a treat for yourself! We have a fantastic range of top quality 9ct gold Masonic rings for sale including masonic signet rings, masonic swivel rings, Knights Templar rings, Eastern Star rings and wedding rings. Many of our Masonic rings are made to order so please allow extra delivery time when ordering these items (usually between 3-4 weeks). It is also very important to provide the correct size for any Masonic ring order. Please view our full range of masonic jewellery.
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Masonic Ring: A Masonic ring is a fraternity ring worn by members of the Masonic Order. The design may vary in style but always includes a square and compass. The squrare and compass are a symbol of ethical behavior and the chief emblem of Freemasonry: the compass represents restraint or limits on behavior (the compass draws a circle around an ethical center), and the square represents fair dealing (the right angle is the same from both sides). During the ceremony making a mason a master mason, the master of the lodge conferring the degree admonishes the mason to always keep in mind the ethical behavior represented by the symbols. Many master masons wear the ring not only as a fraternity ring but also to remind themselves of the master's admonition. Sometime around 1900 the letter ‘G’ was added to either represent Geometry or God (the meaning is ambiguous). Finally, if there are colors on the ring, they are most often either blue or red. A blue background can represent the most common, "blue lodge" order, and a red stone or background the York Rite masonry (the "red lodge"). In the middle 1900s, when masonry was unusually popular, many police and firemen became masons; some used the colors blue and red to refer to those professions: red for firemen and blue for policemen. Although colors are symbolic in associated organizations for women, colors are not symbols in men's masonry and a colored stone or background on a masonic ring can merely be a favorite of the wearer.