As a reference to the show, the jewelry is stamped with the Japanese kanji “Ki” which is a signifier of the demon slayer corps. On the ring, the kanji is placed over a finely detailed plate, juxtaposed by “Ku” and “Jiu,” translating to the numbers nine and 10: the former nods to the nine pillars, the Hashira of the Demon Slayer Corps; the latter, the highest attainable rank for a Demon Slayer. The necklace shares the same design as the front of the ring. Both pieces come in either clean or lightly oxidized colorways.
JAM HOME MADE’s Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba rings and necklaces are currently available on JAM HOME MADE’s website for ¥13,200 JPY (approximately $125 USD) and ¥11,000 JPY (approximately $104 USD), respectively.
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