Your hands can talk, there's no question about that. They can show your true self and stress who you are and how do you want to be perceived.
There was a time in human history where jewelry was vital. In medieval times it was used to make a statement, whether military, social, or religious, and there was always a piece of jewelry associated with it. Belts were worn by both men and married women, along with brooches and rings. These pieces of jewelry were crafted with precision and full understanding of their importance, as they showed ranking positions in either churches or city councils.
There are no special rules that dictate in which hand your ring should go, except of course if we're talking about engagement and wedding rings, but even that changes in some countries. Men from the Eastern Orthodox Church only use their rings on their right hand.
There are some exciting connotations about our two hands. These connotations can help us decide whether to use our rings on the left hand or the right hand. Keep in mind that the majority of humans are right-handed; as a consequence, the hand used to hold the weapons, to point, and to carry the heavy loads is the right one. The left hand has always had a more passive role, although with the same importance, like holding the shield. Because of this, the right hand is the one that people relate to strength, force, and authority. And in opposition, the left hand is the "hand of the king," and it represents justice, and it is related to more spiritual matters.
What ring size are you?
You can measure your ring size with a strip of paper or a piece of yarn and cut it right underneath the joint in the finger that you want your ring to be. After you've done this, use a ruler to measure in millimeters the length of it. The length of the paper you measured is the circumference of your finger. After you finish this, you can check our ring size guide by clicking here: https://www.seven50.com/pages/size-charts
In modern times, a confident man that wears a ring that is not a wedding band is making a statement too. It may not show how he ranks in our society, but it sure does show how comfortable, said man feels in his own skin, and with his hands. As we stated before, your hands can talk, even before you say a word. The moment you shake someone's hand, you are giving away a bit of your personality. In my experience, men that wear rings are the same confident men that shake your hand while making eye contact, as they say hello; the confident ones, the ones that lead.