32nd Degree Scottish Rite Diamond Ring - 10k Gold Shriners Masonic 1.02ct
Crafted in 10k yellow and white gold, this 32nd degree Scottish Rite ring hosts a radiant diamond accompanied by two synthetic rubies and enamel work. This piece handsomely displays a double-headed eagle, a Shriners crescent and scimitar sword, a Blue Lodge square and compass, and a rose croix.
This ring is a size 10 1/2, but it can be re-sized up 1 size for a $40 fee. Once a ring is re-sized, we guarantee the work but we are unable to offer a refund on the sizing. Please contact for additional sizing options. Please note, the re-sizing process may affect the ring’s enamel.
Masonic Organizations: Scottish Rite, Shriners, Blue Lodge
Metal Content: Guaranteed 10k Gold as stamped (yellow and white)
Natural Diamond -
Synthetic Rubies -
Colors: Red & Black
Face Height (north to south): 5/8" (15.6mm)
Rise Above Finger: 9/32" (6.9mm)
Weight: 11.8 Grams
Stamps: 10k, Gothic, Kinsley & Sons Inc, ©
Condition Note: Professionally Cleaned and Polished; Chips on synthetic rubies
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