Prongs will wear down eventually so excessive wear on these types of rings will lead to broken prongs and losing diamonds. Same goes for you guys. Men who work with their hands or participate in extreme sports, for example, may want to consider a ring that can not only handle that kind of wear, but will also not cost an arm and a leg to replace if it is lost or damaged. Talk to your jeweler about how you plan to wear your ring so they can guide you to styles that will work for you in the long run. 4. Find your size. If you're shopping for wedding rings, chances are you've already figured out your finger size. It's just as important to get the correct size for your wedding rings, especially if you are wearing your band next to your engagement ring. Sometimes the size of a second ring on your finger will be slightly larger than just one, especially if you will be soldering them together, because it sits on the meatier part of the finger. Did you know that the size of your fingers on your dominant hand are usually larger (sometimes by 1/4 size) than the other hand? Measuring the size of your ring finger at the end of the day will give you a fairly accurate reading, but it's a good idea to measure several times throughout day.
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