Saturday, 7 February 2009

Mensa ® Signet Ring.


A "Mensa®" Signet Ring.

For those who aren't aware of the Mensa® organization. It is an exclusive club for those with a high I.Q.

You have to pass a test to prove that you are somewhere in the region of the upper 5% with regards to your I.Q.

I was commissioned to make this signet ring, carrying the Mensa® logo. Mensa® is a registered trademark so permission will be required for work of this kind.

It is made in sterling silver and to the specifications of the client. A wonderful gentleman living in Spain

11 comments:

sassyglassdesigns said...

That's a beautiful ring...wish I qualified for that organization for not only the ring but the high IQ.

Chris Parry said...

LOL

Yeah the trouble is having the IQ, so you can join the club !!

Anonymous said...

Lovely ring.

FYI: Mensa members are in the upper 2% (or in the 98 percentile or higher). None of the activities are about disparaging others who are not in the club. It's just a club.

Anonymous said...

Lovely ring.

FYI: Mensa members are in the upper 2% (or in the 98 percentile or higher). None of the activities are about disparaging others who are not in the club. It's just a club.

Anonymous said...

Hi.
You have to be among the upper 2% to join Mensa.
Have You made any cufflinks with Mensa-logo?
PJ

Andreas said...

Small correction, you actually have to be in the top 2% to join.

Anonymous said...

Chris, I am a member. How much would you charge for this piece?

Anonymous said...

Chris, I am a member. How much would you charge for this piece?

Ivan 'Doc' Holiday said...

how much is the ring? I am a Mensa member..thanks Ivan

Chris Parry said...

Hi

I am afraid that someone asked Mensa where they could buy the ring, as they were unhappy with the quality that Mensa made.

UK Mensa had a tantrum as I had used their logo without asking. I promised not to do it again.

I offered to make their jewellery, as there is clearly a call for higher quality pieces, but UK mensa declined.

I can't make this item again, as it uses their logo.

Anonymous said...

Hi, Chris .....good to know that mine will always be unique :-)

Happy New Year
Roger