Past Master rings can be a crown jewel to a Masons time as the Worshipful Master in the East.
Traditional practice dictates that a Freemason only wear a Past Masters ring once he’s served as the elected leader of a lodge. Often these rings become a family heirloom, passed from one generation to, father to son – brother to brother and become a mark or distinction in a mans life. In many instances, the wearers of these rings bear them on to the celestial lodge above along with their lambskin apron as the distinguishing mark of a life well spent.
Presenting one of these jewels to the departing Master will surly leave a lasting memory of his leadership role.