Men’s wedding rings are given as a symbol of commitment during a marriage ceremony. The finger a men’s wedding ring is worn on varies from country to country and culture to culture. Usually influenced by tradition, culture and personal preference. We are here to help you figure out how you want to wear your wedding ring.
In countries like The USA, Australia, New Zealand and Britain men’s wedding rings are worn on the fourth finger on the left hand. Just like our model is so perfectly showing in the photo to the right. Did you know a lot of European countries will actually wear it on the right hand? It may pay to ask a friend, or family member what finger they think a wedding ring should be worn on. We’ve also heard of men having their wedding ring on a necklace rather than wearing it on their finger – perhaps a great option if you’re working with your hands.
Whilst it’s important to get it right, we believe the more important questions to be asking are: What is your ring made of? Does it look good, and last but not least – How well does it fit?
These are really important considerations when it comes to buying and wearing your wedding ring, whichever finger you’ll be wearing it on.
To put it simply, here at The Gentleman’s Smith we sell a really good ring, that good, and fits well. Based on how stoked our customers are (find reviews here), we’re sure you’ll have a perfect looking and perfect fitting ring whichever finger you choose to wear it on.
Our Tungsten Ring Worn on the Left Hand