This Masonic ring dates circa 1930's to 1940's and has a great vintage design! The ring boasts a synthetic red spinel which is securely bezel set. The gemstone is engraved with a Master Mason emblem, which features a Square and Compass with a G set in the center. There is some light wear to the stone but it still displays very well. Both sides of the white gold band are crafted with a "W" shape and are engraved with a sophisticated leaf or wheat pattern. The bridge is similarly accented by an engraved pattern, while the shank has a smooth, polished finish. The ring has an open back construction allowing light to shine on the syn red spinel from all sides. While not stamped, this piece has been professionally tested for it's 14k gold purity composition.
This ring weighs 7.3 grams. The face measures 5/8" (15.4mm) tall, the table height of the ring is 7/32" (5.1mm) and the base of the shank measures 5/32" (3.9mm).
This ring is a size 8, but it can be re-sized up or down 3 sizes for a $30 fee. Once a ring is re-sized, we guarantee quality work, but we are unable to offer a refund on the sizing. Contact us for sizing up or down more than three sizes.
This ring has been professionally cleaned and is ready for immediate wear!
We guarantee this ring to be 14k gold as stamped. Please check out the enlarged pictures.