You can find v. 2.0 of these rings here.
This is one of those “I don’t know if anybody else will want this, but I’ll upload it anyway” things.
In this medievalish story I’m writing (that’s going to go live really soon), one of my characters takes off his signet ring and gives it to a certain lady character (in lieu of another kind of ring ;) ). I was in the middle of taking screenshots when I realised that none of the rings I already had in my game looked anything like I wanted – so I made some that did look like I wanted.
So. I bring you two signet rings, one in gold and one in silver, as accessories for lords and ladies aged YA/adult and elder. Your lords will wear their rings on their little finger, while your ladies wear it on the middle one. Why? Because in my mind it’s the same ring they’re wearing and it would have been made for a man, so the woman would need to wear it on different finger for it to fit. The lady in my story wears it on her middle finger, so that’s what you get. :) (The ring finger was out since it doesn’t have its own joints and I didn’t want to fight with bone assignments more than I had to.)
As you can see, your Sims can wear their signet rings on either hand. As you may know you wear a signet ring on your non-dominant hand, which is the left one for about 90 percent of the population. For the other ten percent of us, though, it’s the right. :) I have no idea what the right/left handed ratio might be for Sims, but this way they, too, can wear their signet rings according to handedness.
On the gold ring, the signet is a lion rampant; on the silver one, it’s a wolf’s head. (Just like the sigils for two of the families in this popular TV show and book series. What a strange coincidence. :P ) You’ll have to zoom in quite closely to actually see them, though:
The sigils are in reverse. This is so the imprint won’t be.
As I said above, your ladies will wear their signet rings on their middle finger – but of course there’s another ring they wear on this finger as well, and that’s the wedding ring. So if the lady in question is married, the signet ring will cover her wedding ring, like so:
It’s up to you (and the lady) to decide if you want it like that, or if you want her to wear the signet ring on her right hand regardless of handedness.
Also, because of this middle finger ring you get these as accessories only, not as BV jewellery, since there’s no bin for rings worn on the middle finger. (Yes, I guess I could have made it for the index finger instead, but I wanted it for the middle finger. I might make an index finger variation eventually, but not right now. I’ve had it up to here with taking screenshots of rings. :P )