The items sold by The Ashlar Company are intended for the sole use of freemasons throughout the world. If you are not a member of the fraternity of freemasons you can still buy these items as gifts for others but to wear them yourself constitutes a crime in many parts of the world. You will be called out nearly immediately by the most unexpected of people. It will create a very embarrassing situation for you if you put yourself forth as a brother without actually being one. Don't be that guy.
I want to become a freemason
In some jurisdictions membership is invitation only, in others anyone may petition. Regardless it's a lengthy process that curiosity alone will not carry you through. In some areas most petitions get rejected, in others most are accepted. To get more information, contact the Grand Lodge for your area. "Because I want to wear a ring" is not a valid reason for membership.
Have a look at our list of Grand Lodges to find a local lodge
I want to buy a gift for a freemason
Then you have come to the right place. If you have any questions about symbols or what emblems to get on an item, just ask. We are all brothers here and I'm sure one of us can help you out. Some items you will find with a G in the middle, some items without. Everywhere in America uses the G. Many other places do not. If your not sure, just search for freemasonry in your country and you will quickly see.
Have a look at our Masonic Gift Section there you will find sure fire favorites suitable for any freemason.
WHO CAN BUY: It's ok to buy masonic items as gifts for people you know who may be freemasons. It's not ok to pass yourself off as a freemason if you are not a member. In fact, doing so is illegal in many areas.