US Jewels And Gems Customizable Men's Solid Back Two Tone 10k Gold Simulated Sapphire Freemason Masonic Ring
- Customize the ring with optional 9 top & 22 side emblems from Blue Lodge, Past Master, Shriner, Knights Templar & Order of Elk. After choosing your ring size, select 1 top emblem out of 9 and 2 side emblems out of 22 by hitting the "Customize Now" yellow buttom on the right side
- Made in the USA by the largest American Masonic ring manufacturer so you always get the purest gold guaranteed. Hallmarked 10k & Made in the USA. Many of the Masonic rings sold today are made in Asia, but not ours. We still proudly use American manufacturers for all of our gold and silver Masonic rings
- Available in 2 two tone 10k gold finishes (Select your option above)
- Top Width 12.5millimeter; Bottom Width 4.5millimeter; Solid Back Design
- CUSTOMER SATISFACTION: 100% customer satisfaction is our # 1 priority and we fully stand behind every product we sell. If you simply do not like the item for any reason, we provide a hassle free 30 day return policy and 100% money back satisfaction guarantee. If you return it for an exchange instead of a refund, we offer a 10% discount along with free US shipping.
For sale is a customizable brand new men's 10k two-tone gold Masonic solid back ring made in the USA. In the current configuration, it comes with a classic Master Mason emblem on top, 2 simulated sapphire stones and 2 side emblems, a trowel & plumb. See optional symbols in the picture gallery if you would like to customize the current configuration. It comes with an optional 9 top & 22 side emblems along with 2 birthstone, simulated sapphire or simulated garnet. Freemasonry is a fraternal organization that arose from obscure origins in the late 16th to early 17th century. Freemasonry now exists in various forms all over the world, with a membership estimated at around six million, including approximately 150,000 under the jurisdictions of the Grand Lodge of Scotland and Grand Lodge of Ireland, over a quarter of a million under the jurisdiction of the United Grand Lodge of England and just under two million in the United States. View Details