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Brass Knuckle Ring

40.00
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Brass Knuckle Ring

40.00

We’re lover not fighters here at Que Linda… but that doesn’t mean you can’t give cancer the finger. This brass knuckle ring (or sterling, but hey, semantics) is semi adjustable and fits well on the knuckles larger fingers—think pointers and middles.

The flexible size means it can also be worn on the ring finger.

Ring is roughly a size 5 and can adjust up to a 6 or down slightly.

Cost to make: ~ $18 (Read more about the process and cost of making these rings.)
Credit card fee: ~$1.28

Charitable Donation: $21

Recommended Charity: Breast Cancer Research Foundation

Because #GiveCancertheFinger

One note on brass: Brass is a copper alloy, and copper can react with skin to leave a greenish tint. This doesn’t happen all the time, and is more common if you wear the ring while sweating/showering.

Protip: If you’re having an issue, coat the inside of the ring with clear nail polish.

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We’re lover not fighters here at Que Linda… but that doesn’t mean you can’t give cancer the finger. This brass knuckle ring (or sterling, but hey, semantics) is semi adjustable and fits well on the knuckles larger fingers—think pointers and middles.

The flexible size means it can also be worn on the ring finger.

Ring is roughly a size 5 and can adjust up to a 6 or down slightly.

Cost to make: ~ $18 (Read more about the process and cost of making these rings.)
Credit card fee: ~$1.28

Charitable Donation: $21

Recommended Charity: Breast Cancer Research Foundation

Because #GiveCancertheFinger

One note on brass: Brass is a copper alloy, and copper can react with skin to leave a greenish tint. This doesn’t happen all the time, and is more common if you wear the ring while sweating/showering.

Protip: If you’re having an issue, coat the inside of the ring with clear nail polish.