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Rod of Asclepius Necklace

#201071
Manufacturer part number: P.529
$42.00

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Overview


The rod of Asclepius is the symbol for this omnipotent Greek god of healing.  The strong glass vial with cork stopper is a natural receptacle for secret and elixial potions. A serpent is entwined around the rod. Pewter, made in England. Ships Separately, No Express Shipping available on this item. Cannot ship outside of the US.
  • Approximately 2-1/2" long overall

Reviews


I bought this as a gift for my best friend on his birthday. He really liked it alot, and he was only dissapointed with the fact that the top does not open. He wanted to put something in it. Other then that, he expressed that it was really detailed and he was impressed with it. I plan on buying one for myself in the future.
From: Nadir, February 17, 2016

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