All men's jewelry should be made of precious metals, simple design, and have sound execution. Many men wear antique rings or pins with a large diamond to symbolize their position in the West. And the magnificent jewelry work generally removes any objections. Never reject things because they are "out of date."
The ring looks better on a man's hand with long fingers than on a heavy and short-fingered hand. If it is an old gold signet ring with a coat of arms or a monogram, it can be worn on the little finger of any writing. For example, a ring with an emblem, a Masonic one, is worn with the symbol inside. A ring on the index or middle finger is demonstrative or theatrical.
Watches and porstigars must be gold or silver, steel or platinum, and enameled.
Wristwatches can also be worn with an evening suit on a leather strap. Remember the golden rule: no frills. It is better to look a little more modest than to be known as a person who knows no measure in clothes or jewelry.