African Art Online — Brown Leather Disc Belt White Beads

By: African Art Online  06-Dec-2011

This white disc belt on brown leather has proved to be the most sought after belt on our site. 

The belt is hand made, beaded by the Maasai people, a tribe living in Kenya and Tanzania.L

Lined, hand stitched, beveled and polished. The buckle used is made out of recycled brass and is totally hand cast. The result – a beautiful belt of the finest quality.

4cm white disc belt

Brown Leather, white beads

Sizes: 29" - 38"

A $30 shipping charge will apply.

The information in this article was current at 02 Dec 2011


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