Beebeecraft ideas on Rings & Finger Symbolism

In addition to admiring your beautiful jewelry, people may look at how you wear your rings and make inferences about your personality, relationship status, and other factors. Your rings tell a lot about you. Be careful of wearing rings for that which finger you wear will represent different meanings. Here is a simplified but helpful beebeecraft guide to the understanding of relationship between rings and fingers, hope they will help u.

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Right Hand vs. Left Hand

For the most part there aren’t any strict rules about which hand you wear your ring(s) on.

The Little (Pinky) Finger

Pinky rings have a couple of advantages: they don’t have religious or cultural associations in most cultures, and like rings on the fourth finger, they don’t touch or interfere with the index/pointer finger at all.

People who like astrological or palmistry-related symbolism will associate the little finger with Mercury, which is the energy of communication, And wearing a ring on the left little finger indicates you are a strong communicator. Mercury was (for obvious reasons) associated with the element of mercury, so you’re not going to have a ring made of the relevant metal here — mercury is liquid at room temperature and highly toxic to humans.

The Fourth (Ring) Finger

In many cultures, the ring finger is most commonly associated with wedding symbolism, people call it ring finger because it is believed that this finger of the left hand has a direct connection with the heart. Symbolically, the ring finger is associated with Earth’s moon, creativity, and beauty, as well as its obvious associations with romantic relationships. The moon’s metal is silver, making silver rings a natural choice for non-wedding-related rings worn on the fourth finger.

The Middle Finger

A ring worn on the middle finger doesn’t necessarily stand for anything. However, since the middle finger is central to the hand and is the longest finger, the middle finger is held to symbolize balance and responsibility, and is associated with Saturn. Since Saturn’s metal is lead, It’s best to keep things small and simple if you’re wearing them on your middle finger. simple gray metals like steel are common middle finger choices. This finger is also a good choice if you want to show off a ring without making a statement about your life.

The Index or Pointer Finger

This second finger is related to Jupiter which symbolizes power, leadership, and authority. If you go back hundreds of years, Kings in the ancient times wore rings on their index finger to show their power. Wearing a ring on this finger means owning the ability to lead and the confidence that other will follow your leadership. The metal association is both tin and wood, which you won’t find many rings made out of tin, but bright silver tones are a normal choice for the index finger, Blue topaz and amethyst rings are good for this finger.

The Thumb

As the first finger of human hand, it is the most independent finger. In most societies, a thumb ring on a man is a sign of wealth or influence, and they tend to be broad or bulky to reflect that (also to fit comfortably on the thumb, of course). The second symbolization is interaction and friendship, as in “thumbs up.”

What’s the maximum number of rings a guy should wear?

Generally, you won’t wear more than one on any given finger, but then you’ll run into things like clusters of four or five wire-thin bands that are meant to be worn together.

But assuming only one ring per finger, two or three spread out across both hands is usually a safe max. Even that’s going to be very striking — go too much beyond that and you’re just a caricature.

Quality matters more than quantity. Beebeecraft owns many high quality of fashion rings for u to choose from.

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