Artifact on antique terracotta (1) - Ancient cooked - 1800 - 1900

Description
Artifact on antique terracotta (1) - Ancient cooked - 1800 - 1900
Italy

Artefact on antique terracotta - 1800 - 1900 The caduceus is a winged stick with two snakes intertwined, also called “the winged stick of the god Hermes” (Mercury for the Romans). Also known as “Aesculapius' snake“ or “Rod of Asclepius”, the caduceus is also the symbol of pharmacists.
Measurements: 18 x 18 cm approx. Depth: 3 cm approx.
The item weighs 1.4 kg approx.
The photos are an integral part of the description and show the condition of the object, that will be shipped with suitable protective material.

Lot details
No. of items
1
Object
Artifact on antique terracotta
Material
Ancient cooked
Estimated Period
1800 - 1900
Country of Origin
Italy
Condition
Fair condition - heavily used & with possibly minor parts missing
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