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Freemason Masonic College Style Ring

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 This Freemason Masonic College Style Ring will take you straight to the street. Feel with wind in your hair as you walk or ride! Our Freemason rings shows the actual masonic square and compasses as used by stonemasons of yesteryear. The striking golden silver with black styling our designs use will sure enough make many heads turn. The details on this masonic ring are handsomely done in tones of silver and gold.

 Whatever You Are, Be A Good Man. The Square and Compasses are the single most identifiable symbols.

 The letter G in Freemasonry stands for both the Great Architect of the Universe and Geometry....or, to be more technically correct, it stands for Geometry under the Great Architect of the Universe.

Metals Type: Stainless Steel,Titanium
Gender: Men
Surface Width: 25mm
Color: Gold/Silver
Material: Titanium Steel

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Ring Sizes

FIND YOUR FINGER SIZE

An important element of buying online is knowing your right ring size. Nothing is more frustrating than an ill-fitting ring, so here are two easy methods to find out your right ring size.

MEASURE YOURSELF

Ring Sizing Guide

Simply view our simple Ring Sizing Guide, print it and use it at home.

 

MEASURE YOUR FINGER

  1. Print and cut out the marked ring sizer as shown below.How to measure your finger size

  2. Wrap the ring sizer around the ring finger with the marked side visible to you.

  3. Note down the letter that is the closest to the slit in the fatter end – that is your ring size.

MEASURE YOUR RING

  1. Print the Ring Sizing Guide. For this method, you only need to concern yourself with the set of circles as displayed below.

  2. Select a ring that fits the intended finger properly.

  3. Place the ring over the circles until the inside of the ring matches a specific circle.

  4. If your ring happens to fall between two sizes, select the larger one.

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Note: This Ring Sizing Guide by GearBody is subject to inaccuracies dependent on print options, paper type, and other possible factors.