Silver wand of a Scottish medical institution, hallmarked I.G. in London, English, 1855. Possibly made by R.&S. Garrard & Co, 1843-1909, London silversmiths. Cylindrical baton with a thistle with two demons or pixies sitting on it at one end, at the other end is a length of fluting with a snake coiled around it, surmounted by a dome and sphere.
- Nursing & Hospital Furnishings
- Object Number:
- wand - ceremonial
- furnishing and equipment
- weapons and ammunition
- ceremonial weapon
- ceremonial staff
- Loan: Wellcome Trust
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