Fate/Grand Order Solomon rings earrings

Fate/Grand Order Solomon Accessories Open for Pre-Order

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eStream will release accessories based on Mash, Romani, and Solomon from Fate/Grand Order Solomon. Pre-orders for the accessories opened on January 15 and will close on February 20, 2022.  They will come out near the end of May 2022. There are six types of accessories, including rings and earrings, available. [Thanks, Gamer!]

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For the earrings, you will have the option of normal earrings or clip-on types. In addition, all of the accessories will come in original Fate/Grand Order boxes. While some of the items are gold in color, all accessories are made of silver. All items are 16,500 JPY, which is approximately $144.80. Every character has two accessories: a ring and a pair of earrings.

Here are more detailed pictures of the products:

Each ring comes in three sizes, which are 11, 13, and 15. While the Mash ring, which resembles her shield, is singular, the Solomon and Romani rings look like multiple rings. In fact, there are actually two rings for Romani, meaning that you can wear them separately if you so wish. Mash’s accessories are much more minimalist in design, whereas the Romani and Solmon items have more intricate ones.

The Fate/Grand Order Solomon accessories are available for pre-order on eStream until February 20, 2022. They have a release window of late May 2022.

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