Caduceus Necklace

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Symbol: Caduceus (Staff of Hermes)

The caduceus was a staff wielded by Hermes, the herald of the gods. It was later associated with the Roman god Mercury. The staff became the symbol of the god and his many associations and attributes. The symbol became associated with magic and alchemy and also became the symbol of Mercury in astrology. Later, it became the symbol of medical practitioners due to its similarities with the rod of the Greek god of healing.

The caduceus is also a recognized symbol of commerce and negotiation, two realms in which balanced exchange and reciprocity are recognized as ideals.

  • Necklace Length: 17" or 19"
  • Pendant: Gold Filled
  • Pendant Size:  As picture
  • Color: Gold

This detailed necklace is designed for both men and women! Creates the perfect look whether you love to layer your necklaces or wear it alone.

 Domestic (Within The U.S.A)

  • Processing Time: 3-7 Business Days 
  • USPS First Class: 3-7 Business Days - FREE
  • USPS Priority : 2-5 Business Days - $12.95


International Shipping (Outside of U.S.A)

  • Processing Time: 3-7 Business Days
  • USPS First Class International: 10-20 Business Days - $16.95
  • USPS Priority Mail International: 6-10 Business Days - $35.83


We do our best to meet these shipping times, but we do not guarantee an exact delivery date.

All jewelry needs proper care. While certain pieces may need select care, most jewelry should be cared for using the following basics:

Sunlight (Be careful with light and heat) - Just like the sun damages skin, heat and light can damage certain jewelry. Too much sunlight can darken the appearance if exposed to too much light. Over time, and in excess, they can also fade or damage some gemstones, such as amethyst. To remove any doubt, store jewelry in a dark pouch or jewelry case.

Chemicals (Keep your jewelry away from chemicals) Exposure to common everyday household chemicals, like ammonia or bleach, can damage both metals and gemstones. Even chemicals that are worn on the body – like hairspray, perfumes and lotions – can affect metals and dull stones. To keep your jewelry looking new, it's best to put on any perfumes, lotions or hairspray BEFORE putting on jewelry. And it's always wise to remove jewelry before swimming or using any type of household cleaners.