Pirogue Bag

“Homage to Postumia”

Collection in homage to the wonderful Treasures of Postumia, Roman Consular road built in BC 148 by the Roman consul Postumio Albino. This road ran across the North of Italy, connecting Genoa to Aquileia. I have freely elaborated some archeological relics: Medusa’s heads, phalerae (decorative elements of equestrian harnesses) with eight human heads of Celtic made, a Roman mosaic, statuettes of Venus and of a Roman warrior and bell-shaped vases decorated with acanthus leaves.


Bag in genuine leather printed, limited edition. The Pirogue Bag has three removable straps with different lenghts that enable the bag to be carried in the hand, on the shoulder or across the body.


Sizes: Height 7.87 inches Width 11.81

Long leather strap, adjustable, 37.40 inches

Medium leather strap, 19.68 inches

Leather wristlet


Inside: one zipped pocket

Side A                                                 Side B