Eye of Providence Stainless Steel Goat Head Ring

This ring is hanging on a stainless steel band with cubic zirconia, and adorned with your choice of the Eye of Providence or Zeus’ head. This ring captivates and intrigues anyone who sees it! You will be sure to grab some attention when you wear this eye-catching piece. With more than one available face to choose from, we’re sure that there is a design for everyone, don’t forget to get yours today!

Size: about 23 mm high
Weight: about 30 g
Material: Stainless Steel/ CZ


Free US Shipping on orders over $59.99


30 day hassle-free returns

Sizing Guide


  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


  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.


  • $15.99 for shipping

Time for delivery:

  • 10 to 20 working days (eCommerce Shipping).
  • 5–10 working days (DHL Express Shipping).
  • The crafting period for made-to-order items is 20-30 days.


Returns are free and easy within 30 days after delivery.

Products that are made to order cannot be returned or exchanged. Otherwise, a material cost of 30% would be applied.

Please click here for additional details.

Affiliate Disclaimer

The Gothic Merchant scans the internet on a daily basis in search of the finest Gothic Jewelry available. All products promoted on this website are from Gthic.com.

Should you use the outbound links on this website and purchase any product from Gthic.com we may receive a small commission. Affiliate commissions allow us to continue to improve our site while having no impact on the price of the products. Affiliate connections are always to products we think are a good fit for the site and will help us accomplish our goal of offering the best Biker jewelry available.

Eye of Providence Symbolism

The Eye of Providence,, or the all-seeing eye of God is a symbol showing an eye often surrounded by rays of light or a glory and usually enclosed by a triangle. In the modern era, it is used as a symbol by Masons, in reference to God. The primary use was originally in Christian art [as seen in the picture] where it can usually be distinguished from the pentagram. It can also be found in images of native american artwork, symbolism is still kept in this version of the ring

The All Seeing Eye has been seen in many cultures for thousands of years. Throughout history it has been used in conjunction with mystical practices and teachings that have spanned across cultures and time periods.

The Eye of Horus is one such example, the eye is personified in Egyptian mythology as a goddess named Wadjet or Wedjat. She was an ancient Egyptian sky-goddess, the patron deity of Lower Egypt and the major Delta shrine the “per-nu” was under her protection. Her eye later became the eye of Horus after she assimilated into his cult. She would later be known as “Lady of Ten Thousand Names”

The Eye of Providence also has its roots in ancient Egypt with the Eye of Ra, which is another powerful symbol that can be found as early as 1460 BC. All seeing eyes have been an important component in Egyptian culture for centuries. The Eye of Horus was one such symbol that is still used as a powerful amulet to this day, with many claiming it holds special healing and protective properties.

About Our Vintage Animal Rings

If finger rings are your passion, then our sterling silver animal ring assortment is a actual find for him. Getting the fill of bold, animal jewelry is not a worry while you shop at our gothic website. These silver animal rings are a must-have addition for every serious animal lover. These striking animal rings could be worn to signify bravery, strength, and power. These types of animal rings, are presently intensely popular in the fashion business and can be witnessed on a number of Fashionistas as well as rock music artists all around the world.

Use animal Rings to convey Your Own Personal Style.

With the animal rings jewelry offered by The Gothic Merchant, you’ll be able to create your own own style and project a distinct image. If you want yourself to be famous from the many people who don nondescript jewelry designs, sporting a few animal rings would be the simplest way for getting interest from others and indicate that you are special. Do you love cats? Then you should absolutely check out our variety of cat rings. Or if you love the wilder cats, our collection of lion rings is a certain pleaser!

A few Details Of Freemasonry

Freemasonry is the world’s biggest and oldest fraternity. There are currently 6 million members worldwide, with around 200,000 in Great Britain alone. Membership is open to men who are of the age of majority, believe in a Supreme Being, and have a good character record that has been checked by existing members.

Freemasonry is frequently referred to as a “secret society,” which sounds enigmatic and interesting, yet the secrets are fairly mundane. Due to the fact that the group was founded during a time when Catholics were prohibited from joining other organizations, strange slang and terminology has developed over time to confuse outsiders. Also, when asked about their membership or activities, Freemasons are expected to keep certain topics off-limits by non-members.

Freemason Rings

Men’s masonic rings are emblems of a Mason’s ties to his brothers in the fraternity. In many jurisdictions, only Master Masons are permitted to wear Masonic rings. Gold and silver are the most common metals used for the rings, but iron is also legal in some jurisdictions. A compass, a square, and occasionally a stone can be found atop the Masonic ring. There are different meanings for these symbols according to the color of the stone used in the ring.

  • 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 typically emerald, and symbolizes the expansion of the soul towards God.
  • Red Stone – The stone on the ring is usually ruby, and represents life. It is located at the top because it is there that we receive life.
  • Gold – The ring itself symbolizes the world in which we live, and the gold that is used in its construction should be of the finest caliber.

New members may be given a Masonic ring, but in most situations, they will need to purchase their own. 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 usually more ornate than the standard Masonic ring and may be embellished with a Master Mason emblem or other design.


Be the first to review “Eye of Providence Stainless Steel Goat Head Ring”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

skull rider