The custom of wearing wedding rings on the left hand originated in the third century B.C. in Greece. Physicians of that time incorrectly believed that a vein in the third finger of the left hand ran directly into the hea... More »

Traditionally, a person's wedding ring is worn on the fourth finger on the left hand. This finger is called the ring finger for this reason. More »

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Typically, wedding rings are worn on the left hand. This tradition started with the ancient Egyptians, who believed that a very delicate vein ran from the third finger on the left hand straight to the heart. More »

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 »

Russian wedding rings are exchanged to symbolize the love and commitment between two people. According to Master Russian, wedding rings are an old tradition that is much like the wedding ring traditions found in the West... More »

Typically, wedding rings are worn on the left hand. This tradition started with the ancient Egyptians, who believed that a very delicate vein ran from the third finger on the left hand straight to the heart. 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 »