Why you shouldn't try on someone else's ring: what to do if you find a lost piece of jewellery
There are many signs associated with rings, which is why it has long been believed that one should not try on other people's jewellery. This was especially true of silver jewellery, which is believed to have strong purifying properties.
It is said that silver jewellery carries powerful energy, which is why superstitious people make amulets and talismans from this metal. OBOZREVATEL found out whether it is possible to measure someone else's ring and what to do if you find a lost piece of jewellery on the road.
Whose ring you absolutely cannot measure
People say that it is safe to try on and wear the rings of your mother, grandmother or godmother. Trying on your mother-in-law's ring is not worth it, as quarrels and disputes may arise in the couple. A piece of jewellery belonging to a man's relatives is considered neutral - the energy here depends on the person to whom it belongs.
It is absolutely safe to wear your own sister's ring, but it is strictly forbidden to wear a cousin's ring, otherwise you can bring health problems on yourself.
It is also not advised to use someone else's wedding rings or to measure the jewellery of strangers - superstitious people say that this can attract the other person's misfortunes to you
Can I pick up a found ring from the ground?
According to beliefs, finding a ring on the road is a sign of success and good luck in business. However, you cannot pick up rings or jewellery with the inscription "Save and preserve", as such jewellery is completely owned by the owner, and will bring bad luck to a stranger.
It is said that if you lose your wedding ring or let someone try it on, it will lead to problems in your marriage and an early divorce.
Finding an engagement ring is a good omen for success in love or career. And to lose a ring that was given to you as an engagement gift is to quarrels and separation.
Earlier, OBOZREVATEL told what inherited things should not be thrown away.