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You’d Better Say “I Do” to the ‘Til Death Do Us Part Knuckle Duster?

by Hazel Chua
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The road from getting engaged to when the actual “I Do’s” are said is a long and activity-filled one. I should know – not because I’m married, but because I’ve got two sisters who recently got hitched.

In between all those dress fittings, cake tastings, and makeup trials, I must have heard countless horror stories about women getting jilted at the altar or engagements gone bad to last me a lifetime. So when I saw these ‘Til Death Do Us Part Knuckle Dusters, well, you probably already know which group of women I thought about.

Til Death Do Us Part Knuckle Buster

This tough-looking set of rings was designed by Kate Bauman and was intended to be just a one-of-a-kind statement piece back in 2006. However, the demand was huge and the interest was high, so she decided to offer these knuckle dusters for sale on her site for $425(USD).

Til Death Do Us Part Knuckle Buster

The ‘Til Death Do Us Part Knuckle Duster can be cast in your choice of sterling silver or brass, with a 1-carat cubic zirconia set in each of its four rings.

[via This is Why I’m Broke via Red Ferret]

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