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Wedding ring which finger to wear the most detailed wedding ring for men and women

Wedding rings originated in ancient Egypt. The engagement and wedding rings were part of the contract. The wedding ring is worn on the bride's ring finger to show her loyalty and obedience to her husband. There was a ring fever in ancient Egypt. It is now popular to exchange wedding rings at weddings. But it's important to note which hand is right for the wedding ring.

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Which hand is the wedding ring on

Because we're used to being left to right. So many people naturally think that girl's wedding ring should put on the right hand, and the boy wedding ring should put on the left hand, if the upside down position, also can some people joke, say violates the custom of "male left female right". In fact, the correct way to wear a wedding ring is to wear your right hand before marriage, and to wear your left hand after marriage. In addition, wearing a wedding ring on your left hand in accordance with western tradition, wearing a left hand is a sign of god's luck to you, so wearing a ring on your left hand is very meaningful. , of course, the wedding ring is the best to buy good quality brand, after all, you get what you pay for, don't keen on gaining petty advantages buy some have never heard of the brand, at the end because they spent money but bought faulty goods and unpleasant.

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