Seeing the signet rings I made a little while back, that lords wear on the little finger and ladies on the middle finger, Almighty Hat wished for index finger rings, and/or for little finger rings “for ladies who handle their own correspondence.” Hat is somebody I totally fangirl (srsly, she’s solely responsible for about 2/3 if not more of the CC in my medieval game), so of course I had to comply with her wish.
So. Hat (and everybody else) – have some signet rings, v. 2.0.
As requested, both lords and ladies get index finger rings and little finger rings. Like before, the rings are for YA/adult to elder and come in gold and silver, for both hands. (I’m lazy, so you only get pictures of the left hand here, but the right-hand ones are in evidence in the title pic.) Note that the silver rings actually are a little lighter than they are in the pictures; I decided to go with a different silver envcube for the shiny, but of course I didn’t think of it until after I’d taken the screenshots.
The signets look the same as on my other signet rings, with a lion rampant for the gold ring and a wolf’s head for the silver one:
You can have these rings either as accessories or as BV jewellery – but you can only have one of them in game. By design, the accessory rings can only be worn one at the time. With the jewellery ones, though, your Sims can potentially wear all four rings at the same time (this because I didn’t want to bin them all for the same finger since that could mess with other rings you want your Sims to wear, but also have no idea how else to tell the game that “you can only wear one of these”). I’ll let you decide how feasible this would be. 😛
While both variations have custom icons in CAS and when you change your Sims’ appearance, for some reason they won’t show up for when buying from a jewellery stand – then you’ll get the infuriatingly non-descript bald head of accessories instead. I don’t know how to get around this, sorry.
UV maps have been included with both .zips, as well as a readme with some instructions for recolourists. 🙂