Gentlemen have worn rings, particularly signet rings, for over 4,000 years. Signet rings are traditionally worn on the little finger of the left hand and are typically decorated with a crest that symbolises family heritage. In the mid-twentieth century, men’s wedding bands came into fashion, worn on the fourth finger of the left hand, next to the signet ring. However, for centuries, men wore an abundance of characterful rings. A recent resurgence in the popularity of the characterful right-hand ring has allowed gentlemen further exploration into personal adornment.