Gothic Stainless Steel Black Celtic Cross Ring
Condition: 100%Brand New and high quality
Material: Stainless Steel
Size: US 8/9/10/11
Ring Length: 2.7cm/1.06inch
Ring Width: 2.0cm/0.79inch
Quantity: 1 x Ring
Are you about to graduate college and you want to know how to wear a celtic cross ring? Or maybe you’re just looking to add a bit of style to your hand. But whatever the reason, you want to know how to properly wear celtic cross ring. This will help you avoid making any obvious mistakes as you incorporate this timeless accessory into your wardrobe. We’re going to discuss ring symbolism and what wearing a celtic ring on each finger means. But before we get into that, lets lay out some simple ground rules on how to wear a ring.
Pay Attention To The Traditions Of Your Culture: some cultures that are more conservative will tell you that a man should only wear a wedding ring. Other cultures like Goth may find acceptable to wear as many different rings as you like. My advice is to wear what you want, but understand ring sends a signal.
Pay Attention To The Proportion: if you have small hands, you’ll want to stick with smaller celtic cross rings. If you have large hands, you’ll find that thick celtic rings with a heavier built will compliment you best.
Try To Match Your Metals: maybe you find that you gravitate towards gold or maybe you prefer silver. Whatever the case it may be, ensure to go with 1 color metal.
Balance your cross rings: If you’re going to wear multiple rings, try to create a balance across your hands. Avoid wearing all your rings (assuming 2 or more) on one hand along with your watch. It’s better to spread your accessories across both hands to create balanced even look.
The Cultural Significance Of Each Ring Finger
The Ring Finger
This is the finger that most of us are familiar with. The ring finger gets its name because across many cultures, the wedding ring is worn on this finger. In much of the world, the wedding ring is worn on the left hand’s ring finger, though in Eastern Europe countries like Ukraine, a wedding ring is worn on the right hand’s ring finger. Typically, a ring worn on the fourth finger will be a simple celtic cross ring made of silver or gold. When it comes to astrological symbolism, this finger represents romanticism and creativity. It is associated with the moon.
The Little Finger
The little finger is also known as the pinky finger. This finger is historically a favorite finger for men to accessorize. This is because the pinky is on the edge of the hand. Any Celtic cross ring on this finger is going to be more prominent. Certain professionals have traditions of rings on this finger. The most notable are the Iron Ring worn by many Canadian engineers.
The Middle finger.
You won’t often see a ring worn on the middle finger for practical reasons; it often gets in the way of the index finger when performing tasks. If you do decide to wear a ring on your middle finger it would be wise to wear a relatively streamlined design; a bulky ring will be more likely to get in the way.
The Index Finger
If you go back hundreds of years, rings were commonly worn on the pointer finger, especially when it came to signets or family crests. For this reason, the index finger is a great choice when it comes to class or fraternal rings like the celtic cross rings