The vintage ring has long been considered a symbol of sophistication and elegance, but is now being increasingly out of fashion.
A recent study conducted by The National Museum of American History found that only 13% of ring buyers said they’d worn one as a child.
And while most people have worn them for a few years, many women prefer to wear them as an add-on or accessory.
The new research, conducted by the Smithsonian’s National Museum Of American History, was conducted to determine which of the oldest ring styles are still being worn and which are now outdated.
For the study, which included 2,100 people, a ring with a diameter of 5 inches or less was asked to rate the attractiveness of its appearance.
It was then rated on a scale of 1 to 10 based on how “pretty” the ring was.
For example, a 6-inch ring would be rated as “pretty,” while a 6.5-inch or 6.75-inch one would be a 9.5.
For more on vintage rings, watch: The study found that a 4-inch, 4-ounce ring from the 1880s was perceived as “too pretty” while a 5-ounce diamond ring from that time period was rated as a “pretty, but not particularly good.”
A ring with the ring size of 6.25-inches or larger was rated with a score of “9” while the ring with 6.6-inches was rated at 9.9.
The ring sizes of 3.75 and 4.75 were rated at 8 and 9.
The average score for a 4.5 or 4-ring ring was 9.1.
For a 4 inch, 5 inch ring, a 5.25 inch ring would score 7.8, while a 4 and 5-inch rings would score 9.4.
A ring that was made of a silver and gold, rose gold or emerald, or a white diamond with an inner crystal and ring is considered a “classic.”
But, the study found, the most popular ring styles among women are those with a “large ring.”
While the “classic” ring is no longer in fashion, it is still the most common ring style among men.
“The average man who’s married to a woman who’s wearing a vintage wedding ring will spend $3,000 on it,” said Sarah Egan, director of the National Museum.
“If they want to wear a ring that’s a bit more formal or something that has a more substantial case, they’re going to spend more.
So the number one thing that they should be looking for is a ring of some sort that’s not the kind that’s going to be an accessory.”
She said this is due to a change in the way people wear rings, and a need for a new ring to go with each wedding dress.
While the study showed that women tend to prefer rings that are more modestly priced, it also found that men have a preference for larger ring sizes, and the “golden” ring style, which is usually worn with gold.
The study also found women were much more likely to prefer smaller rings over larger ones.
“It seems to me that if you’re a woman and you want to marry a man who has a ring, then he needs to buy a ring,” said Egan.
“But if you want a man to buy your ring, it’s going’t matter to him, he can just buy another ring, or he can buy a different ring that fits his taste.”
The study’s findings suggest that the classic ring style is not as popular as it once was.
But, Egan said the study shows that people are more likely now to wear small rings over big ones.
The National Institute for Standards and Technology recently issued a new guide to ring size for the modern market, which includes new guidelines for ring size, and for men.
Egan and her team are hoping to find out more about the popularity of these ring styles in the future.