freemason ringWhile there are many items that I cherish, I feel that most of these pale in comparison to a ring that I have. I wear this ring all of the time because it is a ring that was passed to me by my father. He wore the ring in honor of his membership to the freemasons and he gave the ring to me when I became a member and was able to wear a ring like this.

His ring is something that I really cherish because I know what being a part of the freemasons meant to him. He really felt like he was a part of something just because he belonged to this particular organization. It was wonderful to see the way that my father cherished the ring that he bought after he was a member for a while.

Now that I have his freemason ring, I try to make sure that I cherish it and the organization just as much as my dad did. He set a wonderful example that makes it so that I know just what I am meant to do in this community. I am able to be a wonderful part of something that my father loved. It is great to be able to follow in his footsteps.

Looking at Masonic Rings I Can Wear

Author: FreemasonBling

masonic ringNow that I am a freemason, I have been trying to find something with the emblem on it so that I can have some way of showing my pride in being a mason to the world. It is exciting to be able to have the ability to finally wear something like this anyhow, since I could never have worn anything like this before I was a mason as it would be disrespectful.

To celebrate becoming a mason, I have been looking at some different types of rings that I can get as I continue to be a member of this organization. I have found a wide variety of masonic rings that are available in a wide range of styles. These wonderful rings look so great and are just the kind of thing that I need to make sure that I am able to show off my membership.

It is going to be very exciting being able to have a ring like this that I will be able to wear on a regular basis. I have seen the other rings that members have and have loved looking at all of these different rings. I feel like it will be really great to be able to have some different types of rings like this that I can use all of the time.

Masonic Rings Do Make Great Gifts

Author: FreemasonBling

4 gold masonic ringGetting a stylish ring as a gift may sound old fashioned, but it’s something that I definitely like. So while some people might only think of giving rings in terms of marriage, I think giving rings to people that aren’t your significant other should come back in style.

To help make it come back in style, I gave my friend one of those lovely Masonic rings for his birthday. I knew that he was a Mason, and so I figured it would strike a good chord with him. I also made sure to pick one that really suited him. Since he wears a lot of gold and black things, I made sure the ring had a bit of both in it. It was just the right ring for him.

Luckily for me, my friend loved the gift I got him. He thought it was unexpected, and therefore all the more positively surprising. He thought it was such a great idea, since being a Mason is so close to his heart. He likes to wear it almost every day, now. I can really tell it’s an important piece of jewelry to him. I definitely made the right choice for my friend.


3 masonic jewelryI always make sure to look professional when I go out. I have pressed suits, fresh clothes, and clean jewelry. Because honestly, a bit of jewelry can go a long way. In particular, I really like wearing rings. There are actually some Masonic rings that I like to wear a lot, because the Freemasons were a big part of our family. My grandpa was a Freemason, and so was my uncle and my great-grandpa. I look up to them somewhat, in all honesty.

Not to mention, Masonic jewelry is absolutely stylish. It looks really good with just about any outfit I put on. The rings I have complement my outfits to perfection, and that’s all I can really ask for. I love that my sterling silver Masonic ring in particular helps bring out the silver buttons on one of my best suits. They’re great at completing outfits.

All in all, I love fashionable things. I’m glad my grandpa, great-grandpa, and my uncle were all fashionable people to have had rings like this. I can really look up to them in both morals and personal style. While I’m not a Mason myself, I really do like their ideals and their regal Masonic jewelry.


2 freemasons ringI think being a part of the Masons is a great thing. It really helps give me a sense of belonging and a sense of community. I can always count on them, and they can always count on me. I like that I can be a part of a community like that. While I was a bit of a loner when I was younger, I just didn’t understand how important community was for me until I joined the Freemasons.

What’s also great about when I joined is the members gifted me a ring to show how tightly knit we are. The Freemasons ring they gave me actually has gold in it, and it shows that I really mean a lot to them. The sense of belonging is definitely there when I have these guys to hang around. I also like that we can have our own meetings, plan our goals out, and just do whatever we can to make the community a better place.

So as a Freemason, I wear my ring every day. I think it’s something that’s really special to me. I’m reminded of the big change I went through when I joined the Masons, as I was pretty lonely before that. But luckily for me, I put a foot forward and joined this group for the better.


This article was written by Michael Fox, owner of Fox Jewelry, a business dedicated to the sale
of Masonic Rings, Freemason Rings, Masonic accessories and other fraternal jewelry. Fox Jewelry offers the largest selection of Masonic Rings and other Masonic Jewelry anywhere.

The most identifiable symbol of Freemasonry is the Compass and Square. The compass and square are found on most all Masonic rings. They represent the architect’s tools and are also used in Masonic rituals in teaching the different degrees of Freemasonry. The Compass and Square are emblems that represent symbolic lessons in conduct. The square is a symbol or morality. The square represents the desire to square our actions. The symbolism is found in everyday language. We have all heard it. Here are some examples: “Let’s get things squared away”, “Are we square now?”,  “Squaring off”, “Getting a Square Deal.” The compass is indicative of keeping the Mason within the bounds of mankind. Sometimes the “G” in incorporated into the symbol. The most widely interpretation of the letter in that the “G” stands for God and is at the center of Freemasonry. The “G” can also be interpreted as a reference to the Great Architect of the Universe which is a reference to God. The letter “G” can also stand for Geometry the basis of which is the superstructure of Freemasonry.

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My Masonic Rings Mean a Lot to Me

Author: FreemasonBling

1 masonic ringsHaving a Mason as a father made me really want to become one. When I was a kid, I likes hearing about how Masons changed the world for the better. And as I got older, I decided to join a group to see what it was all about. And honestly, I’m really glad I did. I really did make my father proud, and I’m glad I was able to be a part of so many community projects to better shape the community around us.

I hope other little boys will be as influenced as I was to join the Masons. I like wearing my Masonic rings proudly, because they really symbolize a lot for me. They symbolize what I am as a person, and they help show my beliefs and ideals to the world. I think my rings definitely show what kind of person I am to people, even before they get to know me.

I’m just glad I was a part of the Masons. I now have a son that’s a part of the group as well, and it’s amazing to see the family all growing up in the same way. I think it’s great that our family is so stuck to tradition that it helps us stand tall and with stability.


diversity and friendshipI have been a member of a fraternity for a long time. This is a very large fraternity and I enjoy wearing rings that represent my membership and commitment. These are fraternal rings that I wear proudly every day. They represent all that I have been through with my brothers and sisters and my whole journey so far.

Rings and other jewelry are a great way to be inspired every day and to remember all of the people that are there for you. I love wearing my rings that represent my fraternity and I love looking at them to give me inspiration every day. I have several masonic rings and they are all of very high quality.

My fraternal rings are perfect when I need some inspiration or when I am going through a difficult time. I can remember my fraternity and all of my committed brothers and sisters. My rings are very eye-catching and they are perfect to be able to look at and find hope and inspiration every day. I am excited to be able to add some more of these rings to my collection in the future and I enjoy getting them for other people as well.

“So Mote It Be”

Author: Ringmaster

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This article was written by Michael Fox, owner of Fox Jewelry, a business dedicated to the sale
of Masonic Rings, Freemason Rings, Masonic accessories and other fraternal jewelry. Fox Jewelry offers the largest selection of Masonic Rings and other Masonic Jewelry anywhere.

The Freemasons always end their prayers with “So Mote It Be” What does it mean and why do they do it?
Typically in English, prayers are ended with the word “Amen”. Amen is actually a Latin word meaning “So Be It” or “So May It Be”. Amen is a declaration of affirmation that is found in the New Testament and Hebrew Bible. It has been since adopted into Christian worship and is used at the end of hymns and prayers.
In so far as why do Freemasons use it at the end of their prayers, the answer goes back to 1390AD. The term was used in the Regius Poem of 1390. The Regius Poem is the oldest known Masonic document and is currently on display in the British Museum in London.
It is one of the Old Charges used by Masons to regulate their trade as well as serving as a document to guide the rules of manners and moral conduct of the Freemasons. The Old Charges are documents handed down to the Freemasons from the 14th century. The documents are found in the form of handwritten documents on paper and parchment rolls having been sewn together or pasted and are stitched together in book form. Some of these documents date back to 1390 until 1714.
In keeping up with a 600 plus year tradition, the Freemasons end their prayers today in the same way they did clear back in 1390 by saying “So Mote It Be”.

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ring silverMy dad has been a freemason for a long time and he is very committed to his fraternity. Being a freemason takes a lot of commitment and I am proud of my dad and how far he has come. He is part of one of the world’s largest fraternities and he is very happy about that. He has taught me a lot from his own experiences in this fraternity.

I wanted to get something very special for my dad recently for his birthday. I found the perfect gift for him and it was a fabulous masonic ring. The ring features 14K gold and it is a stunning ring. He was very impressed by the ring and he was very happy that I thought to get it for him. The ring made the perfect gift.

I am very happy that I found the perfect gift to get my dad and he wears his ring very proudly. The ring sparkles like nothing else and it looks stunning on my dad’s hand. It is a nice addition to his men’s jewelry collection. I am so glad that I decided to get this ring for him and I love seeing my dad wear it with pride.