A “caduceus” is the ancient Greek name for a herald’s staff, and was the attribute of the messenger god Hermes. It was originally a staff with two serpents, but was later adapted to include a pair of wings at the uppermost point. In Roman times it signified a truce or neutrality. Today it is a symbol of the medical profession.
Our showroom in Hatton Garden is now closed for our annual summer break until the 1st September.
However, if you find a special piece during this time and you would like more information, you are welcome to email firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our specialists would be delighted to assist.
We are able to ship all orders out during this time, should you purchase a piece in full through the website. Shipping is complimentary and fully insured, and we can ship both within the UK and internationally.