This ring is based on one of the greatest novels ever, the Master and Margarita, by the Russian novelist Mikhail Bulgakov. The novel encourages the reader to raise questions regarding his own freedom, truth, courage, his role/destination and the ambition to fulfill his own free will and destiny while facing the hindrances of a corrupted regime and a hypocritical society. The great thing about this book is the two level story, that illustrates how one must face up the truth of oneself. The repeated theme in the novel is that cowardliness is the worst of all human qualities, and that fear is the cause of all suffering.
The ring has a triangle with three zirkons that represent the three forces in creation. The triangle also represents the Delta which is the first letter in the devil's name. The triangle appears as well on the cigarette box that the devil uses in the beginning of the book.
The M Represent the master. The ring reminds the wearer that he is the creator of his own reality. The ring is engraved with the Hebrew quote: "Each will live according to his own belief". Encircling the ring is a Hebrew engraving of a citation from the book by Faust: "Who are you, then?... I am part of that power which eternally wills evil and eternally performs good".