In Brazil, knuckledusters are called “Soco Inglês”, which means “English Punch.”
With the aid of 3D Computer-aided design printing technology, we are now able to take wonderful ideas from our imagination render them physical objects, achieving the previously impossible. This concept opens up a whole new world to explore for artisans and designers.
With this new technology we were able to print the Steelknuckles Steel Knuckleduster Cufflinks in layers of steel three-dimensionally, leaving a wonderful textured finish.
Metal ring and knuckle style weapons date back to ancient times. The Nihang Sikhs used an early variant called Sher Panja in the 18th century. Cast iron, brass, lead, and wood knuckles were made in the United States during the American Civil War.
By World War II, knuckles and knuckle knives were popular with both American and British soldiers. The Model 1918 trench knives were reissued to American paratroopers. British Commandos even had their very own “Death’s Head” knuckle knife, featuring a skull-shaped knuckleduster handle.
Each pair of cufflinks comes in a white and purple luxury presentation box.