Croix Pattée Stainless Steel Masonic Ring

The Knights Templar was the most feared and respected fighting force of its day. This famed order’s lifeblood, however, came from their work in banking and finance. The Freemasons specialize in architectural concepts with no written rituals or initiation rites. With a cross pattée as one side of your right hand symbolizing knights templar, shield on the other for freemasonry it is possible to receive protection and wisdom from both traditions at once even until now. As an establishment since 1813 we are providing you this high-quality stainless steel ring which will last long enough to outlive medieval world if so desired!

Size: about 19 mm high
Weight: about 15 g
Material: Stainless steel

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Sizing Guide

A- USING A STRING OR A PIECE OF PAPER TO MEASURE YOUR FINGER:
WHAT YOU SHOULD DO:

  1. Make a thin strip of paper with a length of at least 3 inches and a width of no more than 5 mm.
  2. Squeeze it tightly around the base of your ring finger.
  3. Make a mark with a pen or pencil where the ends overlap.
  4. Lay it flat and measure its length in millimeters using a ruler.
  5. Find the appropriate ring size in t

ring size measuring chart

B – IF YOU KNOW YOUR SIZE: If you know the size or finger measurements (in mm), you may input your information on any ring conversion website.

An sample of a ring sizing conversion chart is as follows: http://www.onlineconversion.com/ring size.htm

C – USING A PRINTED SIZE CHART TO MEASURE YOUR FINGER:

  1. Save the picture by right-clicking on it and selecting Save Image As.
  2. Print the picture without scaling it and make sure it’s 3.5 inches long from the ‘Read Size Here’ line to the finish.
  3. Cut off the printed picture and wrap the finger sizer around it. Take a look at the number next to the line that says ‘Read Size Here.’

size chart

Shipping & Returns

United States of America, Continental

Free delivery on purchases of $59.99 or more; else, shipping is $7.99.

Time for delivery:

  • 7–10 working days (eCommerce Shipping).
  • 4–7 working days (DHL Express Shipping).
  • The crafting period for made-to-order items is 20-30 days.

International

  • $15.99 for shipping

Time for delivery:

  • 10 to 20 working days (eCommerce Shipping).
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  • The crafting period for made-to-order items is 20-30 days.

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Croix Pattée Symbolism

A cross pattée, or “cross patty”, is a type of Christian cross, so named because the arms are flared like the handles on a frying pan. Most early crosses pattées took the form of an equilateral cross with slightly concave arms—that is, the horizontal bar meets each arm at approximately midpoint and the vertical bar extends to meet at approximately the same point.

The cross pattée is often attributed as being the original form of the Christian cross, from which many other forms such as Greek and Latin developed. Many early Christians in Rome were known as crux pharanitica, or “cross-shaped Pharisees”

The Croix Pattée also has a secret connection to the Templars, Freemasons and Essenes. The cross is worn over the right breast over the heart because it is believed that the human heart was found by King Solomon in his search for building material for his Temple. Another source suggests that wearing the cross over the heart indicates your desire to be an open book on the cross of life.

Some Details Of Freemasonry

The largest and most venerable fraternity in the world is Freemasonry. There are currently 6 million members worldwide, with around 200,000 in Great Britain alone. Men of legal age, who believe in a Supreme Being, and who have a good character record that has been vetted by other members, are eligible to join.

Freemasonry is frequently referred to as a “secret society,” which sounds enigmatic and interesting, yet the secrets are fairly mundane. The society was formed at a time when Catholics were forbidden to take part in other societies so slangs and terms of an unusual nature have developed over the years to confuse outsiders. When non-members inquire about their membership or activities, Freemasons are supposed to keep some topics off-limits.

Freemason Rings

Masonic rings are symbols of a Mason’s bond with his fellow Masons. In many jurisdictions, only Master Masons are permitted to wear Masonic rings. The rings are usually made of gold or silver, although in some jurisdictions iron is not allowed. On the Masonic ring, you will often see a compass, square, and sometimes a stone sitting atop the ring. Depending on the color of the stone in the ring, these symbols have varied meanings.

  • Blue Stone – The stone on the ring is usually sapphire or lapis lazuli, and represents the sky that surrounds all of us. Masonic lore says that God’s presence is always overhead and we must do our duty to Him.
  • Green Stone – The stone on the ring is normally emerald green, and represents the development of the spirit towards God.
  • Red Stone – The stone on the ring is generally ruby, to represent life. It is situated at the top because it is there that we receive life.
  • Gold – The ring itself represents the world in which we live, and the gold which is used in its construction should be of the finest caliber.

In some cases, new members will be given a Masonic ring for free, but in the vast majority of cases, they will have to pay for one. Men who have been promoted to the degree of Master Mason may be given a special “Master Mason’s” ring in some countries. These rings are typically more ornate than normal Masonic rings, and they may include a Master Mason insignia or other design.

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