Mason Ring Entered Apprentice | Masonic Ring

£16.99

  1. Metal: Gold plated base
  2. Material Gold Plated – Stainless Steel
  3. G Shape with Square & Compass
  4. Resist fade, rust, and corrosion
Availability: Out of stock SKU: LR-KTA-00128

Description

Entered Apprentice Masonic Ring

Mason Ring-Entered Apprentice Masonic Ring

Features:

  1. Metal: Gold plated base
  2. Material Gold Plated – Stainless Steel
  3. G Shape with Square & Compass
  4. Resist fade, rust, and corrosion
  5. Not fade, change color or leave stains on skin
  6. Elegant indeed
  7. 316 Stainless Steel
  8. Band width: approx. 8mm
  9. Comfort Fit – Plain Band with chiseled 33 triangle face

Description:

Gold plated Entered Apprentice Mason Ring – 316 Stainless Steel – Band width: approx. 8mm – Comfort Fit – Plain Band with chiseled 33 triangle face to give it a sophisticated worn and antique look. 316L is the highest grade of gold-plated stainless steel used in the jewelry market. Moreover; The width is approximately 8mm.  It is so good at resisting fade, rust, and corrosion; that it is used in architecture as well as in marine environments. This will not fade, change color, or leave stains on your body. It doesn’t even require any maintenance to keep it looking new.

A masonic ring is typically worn by master masons. 

The Masonic ring represents where each member is on their Freemasonry journey. While some masons like to wear rings before receiving their third degree, others do not.

A Master Mason ring is a symbol and a badge of honour, indicating that you have completed the third degree. Passing the third degree is a great honour. Before completing your degree, you can purchase the Master Mason ring.

We are Masonic Supplies and we have a wide range of Masonic Regalia Products. We Supply all degrees of Masonry Accessories. Visit our Site to get a discount on your favorite products.

You can also visit our USA Masonry Shop.

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