Generally, the signs on a freemasons ring are the square and
deviders ,engraved into the top of a signet ring.
Now you could use this type of ring with a depression in the top say
1mm deep, which can then be filled with fired enamel,.
A word of warning, enamel and rings are not a good idea, people are
notoriously hard on rings, and the last thing you need are returns
asking for the ring to be re- enamelled. I had such an issue with a
lady when I was enamelling, she brought it back and said the enamel
On looking at the ring it had the deepest scratches all over it.
I asked what caused this/? she replied that she had been building a
Thats probably why you have been asked to quote as most experienced
ring makers and or enamellers dont want this type of hassle.
Also 12 a year isnt really mass production. 12 a week would be.
Quote at least 2 times what you would normally charge for a one off.
Also there cant be any soft gold brazing alloy in its construction
as it will fall apart at the enamelling temperature.
Then you have the issue of enamel, wether opaque or translucent and
College graduation rings dont have enamel for that obvious reason.