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Only someone who can prove themself to be a Mason is entitled to wear Masonic Jewelry. A Mason needs to refrain from wearing any Masonic Jewelry until he has passed his proficiency test as a Master Mason. You can then wear Masonic Jewelry once you can prove that you dues have been paid, you have been issued a dues card and have signed the by laws of your lodge. Typically the first piece of jewelry that a new Master Mason would want to wear would be the 3d Degree Blue Lodge Ring or Master Mason’s ring.
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