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(apparently they never heard the story about the vein running from the finger to the heart!)
As for determining what hand does the wedding ring go on, the choice is really up to you.
The left hand is the chosen hand for the same reason that the wedding ring goes on the left hand:
A bride and groom typically exchange rings during their wedding ceremony, placing the ring on each other's wedding ring finger—the fourth finger of the left hand—after saying their vows.
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Now that being said, wedding rings on the ring finger haven’t actually been super popular until sometime in the mid.
Gold wedding bands are among the most popular choice for men, as they offer a timeless look and lasting shine, crafted in precious metal.
Men's wedding rings, in general, are still a relatively new tradition.
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Because of that, it was the natural finger to wear a wedding ring on.
For example, most american men will wear their wedding band on their left ring finger, but a man married in an eastern orthodox church could end up using the right hand instead.
In many countries, the ring finger of the right hand is where the wedding ring goes for both men and women.
If you live an active lifestyle, a harder metal like tungsten or stainless steel could be a great choice for you.
These materials are more durable and will last longer.
While in the jewish tradition, the wedding ring is put onto the index finger and then moved to the ring finger after the ceremony.
Interestingly, before medical science was established, people thought that there was a direct vein from your ring finger to your heart, it was called the vena amoris or the “vein of love”.
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Whether you’re looking for men’s wedding rings or engagement rings, we’ve got you covered.
For men, any ring can make a wedding ring!