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Maasai Art Products

Order Maasai Art

All the products produced by the Maasai women are genuinely unique. Each artist has her own style and hence no two pieces are alike. To help you choose, we have divided the various belt types into categories from which you can select the unique one that you like. Unfortunately, not all models are available in all sizes, so we ask for your understanding!

Maasai Art collection of Veterinarians without Borders

Belts

Maasai belt with circle pattern

Belt with circle pattern

Colors: black, brown
For a donation of: € 40

Maasai belt fully embroidered

Fully embroidered belt*
Colors: black, brown
For a donation of: € 50

* Our belts are each unique, therefore design and color combinations in the picture can vary.

Where can I obtain a Maasai belt?

Our exclusive Maasai Art collection is available at:

  • the student union shop at the Veterinary University Vienna
  • at the office of VSF at the University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna
  • through our website (excl. postage costs, see order form)

How can I order a belt?

Select model
Select your belt design.

Choose size
The best way to determine the length of a belt is to measure one that you currently wear. The length in cm is to be measured from the following sketch:

Place an order
Please place your order via our order form and follow local instructions.

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