Can you wear any ring on your ring finger?
you can but a wedding ring is really the only ring that's supposed to be worn on your left finger... on your right ring finger it is fine though
you wear it on your left hand on the finger next to your pinky-its your wedding finger. you wear the ring as a promise and it is replaced by a wedding ring when u get married. you wear it on your left hand on the finger next to your pinky-its your wedding finger. you wear the ring as a promise and it is replaced by a wedding ring when u get married.
No, the index finger is the first finger while the ring finger is the third, although some people do wear rings on it as well as the ring finger. Answer: The index finger is the "pointer" finger, the one next to your thumb. The "ring" finger is two over, next to your pinky. Of course, you can wear a ring on whichever finger it fits on.
Technically you can wear your ring on any finger you choose, or not wear a ring at all. However, in western society, the wedding band is worn on the fourth finger of the left hand, in the early belief that a blood vessel runs straight from this finger back to the heart. If you don't wear your wedding band on the traditional finger, most people will assume you are not married.
It depends on what type of ring. A wedding or engagement ring should be worn on the left hand ring finger (the finger in between the pinky finger and the middle finger). A mother's ring should be worn on the right hand ring finger. Also, usually when people are widowed they change their wedding rings from their left hand ring finger to their right hand ring finger. The rest is just a matter of choice…