Post # 1
What is everyone sporting on their right hands now that their left ones are *ahem* occupied by their e-rings?
I alternate between a unique swiss blue topaz in a swirly setting and a faux canary diamond solitaire depending on what I feel like.
Post # 3
I have 3 right hand rings..all of which have blue stones! Two are aqauamarines and diamond with white gold..the other is a swiss blue topaz and two smaller iolites in an antique white gold setting with diamonds around it.
My left hand is unusually bare. We’ll see when it is decorated! (and it had best be rather soon as my good nature is getting a bit less good) As I see it now, I DELIBERATELY wear a gorgeous sparkly blue ring on my right hand..which signifies my life..and me just as I am.
Post # 4
Very pretty! I just love my swiss topaz. When it’s clean it’s so sparkly. They do get dirty easily though. Boo
Your left hand hopefully won’t be naked for long!
Post # 5
- Wedding: September 2009 - Barr Mansion
I don’t have any "real" jewelry for my right hand. Sometimes I wear this $10 glass ring I got at Santa Monica beach on my right index finger.
Post # 6
My fiance and I have worn matching sterling silver celtic knot rings since a few months into our relationship. We ordered them to wear on our right ring fingers, but it wound up that they were both too large, so we each wear them on our right middle fingers.
Post # 7
I have an alexandrite (color shifts from green to purple depending on if it’s in natural or artificial light) ring he gave me a couple years after we started dating & an aquamarine ring he gave me our first Christmas together.
Post # 8
Both me and fiance wear plain white gold bands (mine 4mm, his 6mm) on the ring fingers of our right hands. They’re matching wedding bands, actually, and we got them on our first dating anniversary because we wanted matching rings and the only matching rings we found were wedding bands. My mom was paranoid thinking that we’d gotten married without inviting her when she first saw them, lol. They’re also engraved on the inside. Mine says "HisName :-* MyName" and his says "MyName :-* HisName".
Post # 9
I switch between a blue topaz my FI gave me when he came back from being out of the country and an emerald that I had from before depending on what I’m wearing or what mood I’m in.
Post # 10
I have 5 silver rings on my right hand and I am planning on wearing them all. Why would I take them off?
Post # 11
I have a beautiful pink topaz and diamond cluster ring that he got me for Christmas two years ago. It hardly ever comes off.
Post # 12
I wear a pink pear cut sapphire with diamonds along the band that my parents gave to me on my 18th birthday. Pink is so so me (I know its cliche but it really is me!) and I am very family oriented so it is literally just as important as my e-ring. I never take either of them off!
Post # 13
I switch back and forth between a vintage yellow gold signet ring (with a teensy tiny diamond inset) that my parents gave me for my 16th birthday and my great-grandmother’s white gold wedding band inset with 6 tiny diamonds. Both of the rings are special to me…I’m especially honored that I was given my great-grandmother’s wedding band.
Post # 14
I wear a very thin pink gold ring with a teeny diamond on it on my right hand. My twin sister and I both have them, we got them for each other for our 30th birthday. It looks like this, but in pink gold:
I didn’t wear it for the wedding though. I just kept my right hand bare, so I could wear my engagement ring over there during the ceremony.
Post # 15
i will be wearing my grandfathers paratrooper ring on my wedding day!! currently i wear a silver tiffany’s ring that is a little heart..i love it and i bought it for myself…but, i thought it would be nice to honor my grandfather who died about 2 years ago and wear his ring on my right hand!
Post # 16
when I wear a ring on my right hand it is usually a ring my sister gave me for Christmas two years ago. She actually melted down my mom’s wedding ring and a bunch of her old jewelery and had 4 rings made (one for each of us sisters and her) that fit together like a puzzle.
I also sometimes rock a ring my aunt gave me when I visited my family in Europe. Its 3 bands, gold silver and bronze with a small teardrop shape in the middle and a small diamond.