The tradition of exchanging wedding rings is dated back to ancient Egypt, ancient Greece, and ancient Rome. These cultures all chose to wear their wedding rings on their fourth finger of their left hands because they believed there was a vein in this finger that went directly to the heart.
What does it mean to wear a wedding ring on your left hand?
Actually, yes! Traditionally, the wedding ring finger is on the left hand, and it stems from a Tudor belief from the 16th-century. The left-handed ring finger was believed to be connected to the heart by a vein so wearing a ring on that finger signified to the world that the wearer had a “claim to their heart”.
What does a ring on the fourth finger mean?
In the US and much of North & South America, the ring finger is most commonly associated with wedding symbolism. A band on the right fourth finger indicates engagement, while a band on the left fourth finger indicates marriage.
Can a single woman wear a ring on her left hand?
Absolutely! The choice often comes down to personal or cultural preference. Some women opt to wear their wedding ring on the left ring finger and their engagement ring on the right ring finger.
Can I wear engagement ring on right hand?
The engagement ring is usually a diamond ring and is precious. So if you are left-handed, you should wear your engagement ring in your right hand. To more sparkle and visual beauty of the diamond ring. Some brides wear an engagement ring in their right hand that is not overshadowed by the wedding ring.