The Kogi meaning "jaguar" in the Kogi language, are an indigenous ethnic group that lives in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta in Colombia
The Sierra Indians call themselves ‘the older brothers’, and believe that they have a mystical wisdom and understanding which surpasses that of others.
The Kogi base their lifestyles on their belief in "Aluna" or "The Great Mother," their creator figure, who they believe is the force behind nature.
To be in contact with the Great Mother they always have their own poporos and a mochilas for their coca leaves.
The poporos and the mochilas are original and used by the Kogi. Very rare and unique.
The size of the bag Mochilas (bag) is 40 x 25cm.
The size of the stick is 25 cm.
The size of the Poporos (Kalabas) is 16 x 7cm and has imperfections but does not leak.
Very difficult to obtain because the Kogi Indians love to live by themselves and isolate themselves.
- Nombre total d’articles
- Sac et gourde
- Nom de l’objet indigène
- Poporos en Mochilas
- Ethnie / culture
- Bois, Coton, Gourde
- Deuxième moitié du XXe siècle
- État raisonnable, utilisé avec des signes visibles d'usure
- Vendu avec support
- 16×7×0 cm
- 300 g