I need help to explain to consumers what is a right hand ring, when I believe there isn''t a true definition to a right hand ring. To the best of my knowledge, it could be any type of ring but most of the time it''s a solitaire, right? If I''m wrong please correct me. I had a client come in and stated that he wanted a right hand ring. Ok? So, I asked "do you have an idea of what type of cut you''re looking for," and he states "you know a right hand ring. Something that has three stones," making hand gestures to visually show me what he believes to be a right hand ring. So, I pulled out a three stone ring, hoping that''s what he''s looking for. Then he states "That''s not a right hand ring." He was obviously frustrated now. I tried a few more rings but it wasn''t what he was looking for. He eventually walked out frustrated since I didn''t show him anything that was a right hand ring. Seriously, can someone explain to me what is a right hand ring since it was started as a way of marketing but now has turn into a term for buying rings.