Engagement and wedding rings are traditionally worn on the fourth finger of the left hand in many Western cultures, including the United States and much of Europe. In India, Spain, Peru, Norway and Denmark, couples wear ... More »

In America, an engagement ring is typically worn on the ring finger of the left hand. It is socially acceptable, however, to wear the ring on either hand. The ring is worn with or without a wedding band after the wedding... More »

Promise rings can be worn on any finger of either hand, but are often worn on the left ring finger. This is especially true if the promise ring is used as a pre-engagement ring. More »

In America, an engagement ring is typically worn on the ring finger of the left hand. It is socially acceptable, however, to wear the ring on either hand. The ring is worn with or without a wedding band after the wedding... More »

Because there are no rules on which finger to wear an anniversary ring, a woman can wear it on the same ring finger as engagement and wedding rings, on the third finger of the left hand or on the right hand. It really de... More »

Although the ring finger of the left hand is more common for wearing wedding and engagement rings, in some countries, such as Spain, India and Norway, they are worn on the right hand. Those who wear their wedding rings o... More »

The most traditional way to wear a wedding and engagement ring set is to wear both rings on the third finger of the left hand. It is left to personal preference whether the engagement ring or the wedding ring goes on the... More »