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Where Do Men Wear Their Ring?

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Where Do Men Wear Their Ring

Engagement and marriage traditions differ from country to country, but there are some basics that don't change or are common in most countries around the world, like the wedding or engagement ring. But many men still get confused about where they should wear their ring!

The tradition or idea of wearing an engagement ring goes back to ancient times, and it is worn between the periods of engagement and marriage, it is presented to the bride as a promise to marry her later on. Engagement rings used to be made out of iron, and then silver and gold.

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It is also known since ancient times that engagement and wedding rings are a symbol of unity and that this person only wants his partner, and it has beautiful symbolic and emotional connotations, as it is a symbol of love and harmony that the couple has promised each other to stay together for life.

In order to answer the question that many of you may have, about where men should wear their rings, we must know the tradition and the reason behind it, as the ancient Romans, wore an engagement or wedding ring on the fourth finger of the left hand, as they believed that this finger had a vein that extends directly to the heart, and they called it the love vein, so married couples should wear the ring that symbolizes their love and dedication to the finger that has the love vein. Wearing an engagement and wedding ring on the fourth finger of the left hand is still common in some countries, such as the USA.

There are also many countries around the world, including Arab countries that have the tradition of wearing the engagement ring on the fourth finger of the right hand, and then transfer it to the left hand after marriage.

And to this day, people continue to wear the ring in the left hand, and the ring on the left hand became a symbol of marriage, and during the engagement period, people got used to wearing the ring on the right hand.

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