Ring. From the Latin "anellus", small circle, it is an ornament that originates in the Bronze Age. Present in all cultures, it often contains the meaning of a bond. Its circular shape evokes the eternity of perpetual motion. It is worn on all fingers, although the most frequent use is on the little finger, ring finger and middle finger. A seal or coat of arms is usually worn on the little finger, often adorned with initials. On the ring finger, on the other hand, the ring par excellence is faith, because it was believed that a vein passes through this finger that carries blood directly to the heart. Large rings are worn on the middle finger, also called “cocktali rings”.