An engineering ring and a badge are impressive symbols of the profession that represent its professional honor and tradition. The engineering ring has a long history and tens of thousands of wearers.
Since 1962, the ring has been based on Olof Eriksson’s design for the Union of Professional Engineers in Finland, a cross-section of the scale ruler. The rings are made of yellow and white gold, and silver. There are two models, traditional and thin, and some models are also available with diamonds.
The ring may be worn as soon as you graduate as an engineer. The rings and badges are manufactured by the Helsinki-based Goldsmiths’ Widemark Oy. The Union of Professional Engineers in Finland has the exclusive right to distribute engineering rings.