Ring is love, is a way for people to express their emotion, wearing different finger ring has a different meaning, specific to see the ring wear method and significance of what was in the side of TA conveys meaning, such as single, a relationship or marriage.
The wearing and significance of Chinese rings
According to the custom of our country, the ring is usually worn on the left hand. Because the right hand requires labor, it can wear out the ring. The engagement ring is usually worn on the middle finger of the left hand, indicating that the famous flower has its owner and does not want a third party to disturb it. A wedding ring on the ring finger of the left hand indicates that I am married. If a girl is unmarried, she usually wears her middle finger or ring finger on her right hand. The ring must not be worn wrong, or it will deter many suitors.
The left hand to wear
1. Index finger -- unmarried
Middle finger -- engagement
Ring finger -- get married
4. Little finger -- the wearing method and significance of foreign ring without marriage (loss of spouse, unmarried family, etc.)
The wearing and significance of foreign rings
In foreign countries, the wearing method and significance of the ring are somewhat different from that of China. But modern people have not been too rigid in this set of rules, as long as they like, wearing in which finger does not matter. However, according to western tradition, the left hand shows the luck god has given you. It is connected with the heart, so the ring is usually worn on the left hand.
The ring is worn on the index finger of the left hand, indicating that you want to marry or never marry. The ring is worn on the middle finger of the left hand. The ring on the ring finger of the left hand indicates that he is married. The ring is worn on the little finger of the left hand, indicating that you are single. Some people use the simpler words "chase, beg, bind, marry and leave" to explain the meaning and implication of wearing rings on five fingers.
As for the right hand, there is also traditionally a finger that makes sense when wearing a ring: the ring finger. It is said that wearing here means having the heart of a nun.