I have a lot of rings, but since my engagement/marriage, I usually only wear those rings or one DH gave me as gifts.
I end up removing my rings more than I wear them! I am always afraid I wil damage them (and, truth be told, I find rings annoying to wear, and tend to forget to put them back on before I leave the house. I am sure folks at work must think my marriage is on the rocks, since I don*t wear my ring! DH never has worn his, and that*s ok with me. I don* think one needs to wear the rings to *prove* they are married. If I need proof of that, it* s in the extra laundry I have been doing. I must be married...)
Right now, I am wearing a cute band, which is engraved, and has a tiny diamond solitaire. I chose it on eBay! I was surfing, and found it, asked him to buy as part of my birthday gifts. You see, 2 years ago, my engagement ring got stuck on my finger--my left hand is bigger than my right hand; and the joint on that ring ring got enlarged, though, if I could get the ring past that, it still fit the finger. DH was away for the weekend, and I tried to get if off before going to bed (I can*t sleep with a ring on--my finger swells). 2 1/2 hours later, still stuck. As it was 2:30 PM, and I was tired (and there was a blizzard going on, so no way I was going to drive to the ER with a swollen finger!), I had to cut the ring off with wire cutters. It broke my heart! I haven* t gotten it repaired, and saw this cute ring (which I like even better) on eBay, so I wear that as a combination engagement/wedding band. And it was only $51!
I can* bear to wear the wedding band AND another ring on one finger--it drives me crazy, so I would just wear my engagement ring, as my wedding ring is very thin and plain, and doesn*t show up well on my finger. The engagement ring, we found out later, is ananniversary ring! I chose it as I was a Civil War reenactor, and the modenr Tiffany setting solitaire had not been invented in the 1860*s. I thought this ring was different; it had 3 diamond-chip flower clusters, 2 smaller with one large one in the center, on a gold band. It looked sort of 19th Century (they had no standard engagement rings then, nor even wedding rings--not everyone had them; if they did, they looked like the contemporary rings, but perhaps with an inscription engraved inside the band).
My DH said he knew I was really frugal, as I made sure he had discount coupons for the engagement ring! (He had a lot of debt when we met, and I saw no reason for him to go into debt any further over a silly ring.)