The Lodge has two patterns of Past Masters’ jewels.
The ribbon is the standard pale blue familiar to all Freemasons. The jewel comprises a “Set square in gold coloured metal, with foliage designs, and with the 47th proposition of Euclid attached below. They are set on a disc of light blue glass, encased by a band of matt gold coloured metal with text in polished relief reading ‘VICTORIA RIFLES LODGE / 822’, within polished and corded rope trims. The whole is framed within a gold coloured metal wreath of wheat and acacia, at the bottom of which is a banner with text infilled with light blue enamel reading ‘VIS / UNITA / FORTIOR’. Surmounting the device are crossed rifles on a five pointed Pythagorean star.” (with thanks to the Museum of Freemasonry)
The second pattern is somewhat newer, and uses a representation of the Regimental Colours surrounded by a Garter, with a Past Masters’ emblem appended to a skull and crossed bones:
Neither jewel pattern is currently in use.