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Rod of Asclepius pendant - sterling silver

7 reviews
€17,95 Incl. tax
Article number: KA1003378
Availability: In stock (2)
Delivery time: Shipped: beginning of JULY

Size of the silver Rod of Asclepius pendant is 28 x 8 mm (including pendant eye 31 x 8 mm).

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The Esculaap or the rod of Asclepius is an ancient Greek symbol associated with the Greek demi-god Asclepius, astrology and medicine and healing.


Not to be confused with the symbol of Hermes, the caduceus, which holds a staff with two snakes entwined hands.

The caduceus is used for example in the logo of the World Health Organization, but is also used by doctors in the Netherlands as a sticker on the windshield of their car.
The medico since then is also represented as a symbol pharmacists, wherein a hose is drinking out of a large scale.

The snake is the caduceus symbol for healing, because this animal can shed its skin, which represents rebirth and healing.


The silver Rod of Asclepius pendant consists of a snake that wraps around a staff.

Reviews (7)
Els H. 01-04-2020 12:42

Mooie hanger, netjes verzonden. Prima service.

David F. 20-01-2020 14:16

Well made and just the right size.

C R. 20-10-2019 17:47

Hij is prachtig

Elvire L. 23-12-2018 19:42

Geweldig cadeau! Erg mooie details, vooral bij het oog en de huid van de slang. Misschien een beetje klein, maar dat maakt hem ook elegant!
Zeker een aanrader en elke euro waard.

Caroline B. 14-11-2018 07:49

Het is een hele mooie hanger.
Bedankt.

Alessandro P. 21-07-2018 19:42

Maybe just a tad bit small, but still it looks fantastic and I'm glad I found it. I was looking for a pendant of this symbol for days when I finally found this and fell in love with it.

colinda L. 05-06-2018 17:30

Heel mooi, bedankt! En een snelle levering.

4,9 stars based on 7 reviews
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