1960s East West Sculpted Leather Lacket
Rare and wonderful East West Musical Instruments leather jacket is the pinnacle "holy grail" jacket for anyone bent on collecting those leather pieces from the 60s! These jackets were all handcrafted and made for some of the iconic rock and roll figures of the day - people like Janis Joplin, Stevie Wonder and Carlos Santana where clients as were many, many more! Based out of San Francisco, this piece is form their shop based there and has both the highly collectible leather label, numbered and signed and their cloth shop label dated 1967. Many of the jackets made were for men and a lot were cut boxy but this little beauty is cut to create a killer hour glass! It is fitted and sexy and the leather is appliqued in curved, deco like strips with the hem on the cuffs and around the bottom jagged and following the curve of the jacket. No major flaws or marks - just that perfect beat in patina that makes these pieces even better then when they were new! Excellent condition!
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