We could go for class, we could go for personal sentiments, generally, people wear whatever they want. Still, when it comes to jewelry among other accessories, there are some guidelines from trend-setting areas of the world, and well-established jewelry tradition that folks adopting the black ring may want to be aware of.
The meaning behind black ring
The black stone is a symbol of self-control and resilience. It can also be referred to as an Onyx; a chalcedony that is used in jewelry. What color and materials you choose, as well as which finger you wear your ring on tells what attribute in yourself you are attempting to amplify or draw people’s attention to.
There have been so many beliefs and traditions attached to the wearing of black rings or rings with black stones. Some see it as a sign of mourning, others believe it can be worn for protection. But recently, a black ring on the right middle finger means that someone is asexual or extreme celibate, or at least it means the person is not open to sexual approaches from any gender now. As the middle finger is the middle finger for most people, wearing a ring on it could mean they are not using it and are free to ornament that part of themselves, or they are so in love with their middle finger that they are monogamous to it.
A black ring on the thumb of a woman may indicate that she is a lesbian, meaning that she has no interest in males, and she is not ready to have a relationship with the male gender.
On any other finger, a ring with a black stone on the right hand could indicate that someone may involve in more than one relationship at a time. A black ring with a real ruby, especially a star ruby is likely worn by a spiritual polyandrous person who is aware of the ruby’s filtering properties. These set of people want to signal their ability to love flexibly, but to actively repel people with bad and exploitative intentions.
A black stone ring could mean many things, but among other things, it is the birthstone for Leos and the anniversary gemstone for the 10th year of marriage.