Meaning Behind A Ring on Each Finger

Buying a ring, the most confusing part is the rule to wear it. Let’s talk about the meaning behind a ring on each finger and how to pick it for each occasion.


As we all know, presents can be a big surprise and make every girl smile. Jewelry is a kind of good present for most occasions. Here are some rules you will need to know before buying a ring so that you can understand what you are doing.


The meaning of each finger


A ring on each finger has a different meaning. It is key to understand what each finger symbolizes in order to understand how to wear a ring.


1) The wedding finger


The most commonly known symbolism for fingers is the fourth finger on the left hand, which in many cultures is reserved for the engagement ring, and later becomes the wedding ring. You can buy it for your girlfriend or fiancée at Jewelry OEM.





2) The ‘pinky’ or ‘index’ finger


The little ‘pinky’ finger and the first ‘index’ finger have become fashionable in recent years. People choose to wear rings on these fingers to add attention to the hand. It’s a way to express “I am a fashionista in my own right”.




3) The ‘middle’ finger


The middle finger is the most popular finger of all for rings. This is due to people not wanting confusion between which hand the wedding finger is on. Rings on this finger show a sense of responsibility, and add glamour to an outfit. It can gives you an extra sense of style without being too forceful.






Here we have three kinds of OEM rings are recommended for you.







4CT Round Brilliant Solitaire CZ Cubic Zirconia Engagement Ring Thin Pave Band Sterling Silver













S925 Sterling Silver Rose Flower Ring Jewelry For Women









S925 Sterling Silver Heart Memorial Ashes Keepsake Exquisite Cremation Ring





That’s all the introductions of meanings behind a ring on each finger, find more rings at Jewelry OEM!





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