Sterling Silver Scottish Rite Double-headed Eagle Masonic Ring New
- crafted from 100% sterling silver;
- 925 hallmark stamp sits inside the band;
- Ring’s weight: 13 grams;
- Ring’s face size: 17 mm x 22 mm (0.65” x 0.85”);
- Hand-crafted piece of jewelry.
Freemasonry has always been tempting for men on the street due to its cryptic nature. If you, too, have fallen victim of its mysterious charm, you might want to go as far as wearing Masonic jewelry. In this case, Silver Scottish Rite Double-Headed Eagle Masonic Ring from Bikerringshop will come in handy.
The two-headed eagle is a long-standing symbol of the Scottish rite, one of the bodies of Freemasonry. Its wings are pointed downwards to indicate a Brother, not a member of the Supreme Council. The chest of the eagle features another Masonic symbol, a pair of compasses. Overall, a two-headed eagle is one of the most ancient symbols and its meaning is power.
The ring features swirly floral patterns on its shank that stand out against a black background. Highly polished white and coarse black textures became possible due to the amazing properties of sterling silver. This is the exact metal we used to craft this piece. We are sure that you’ll be glad to know that every single item you purchase from Bikerringshop is made by hand, and these Masonic rings are no exception. So, if you’re looking for an expertly made ring conveying power, you won’t go wrong with this one.