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Sakuto Motoike leather arts jacket sz 48 + shoes sz 3

Putting this thing up, since I'm not wearing it, and it deserves just that.

This jacket is, as far as i can tell, a very limited production by Sakuto Motoike, son of leather leather sculptor Hideo Motoike from back in 08, when he did a line of very aggressive leatherwear that's quite counter to the americana (i presume) he does now. Line is now defunct.

Cows leather, silver bone buttons and cotton inners. Not sure about the sleve lining, but i assume it's cupro or something along those lines.

Bought it of the man who runs the CCP gallery http://theofficegallery.com on Cypress. It was from his private collection.
Retail price was 4000 euro for him, back when he bought it, though i don't remember where.

Worn very sparsely (say once a year) by me.

Asking price right now is 2500 euro, but offers are welcome.


"Discolourations" from the dying process. Unique in that way.

Notice the spots here. A few more on the other side. Were there when i got it. Doesn't do anything negative to the look.

Leather tag. Notice the silver bone buttons.

Will take more pictures for serious buyers and answer questions to the best of my ability.

From the same maker, but quite a bit later and in a different style period.
Size 3 desert boots, from before they started doing the more clunky look of the goodyear welt. Used quite a bit and rubbersoled a few times. Heel also rebuild a few times. No laces. Made of one piece of leather (tongue excluded).
Paid 600 usd for them back in the days, but it was including a very difficult shipping route (they didn't sell to people who weren't in store to try them)

The cedar wood shoe trees I'll throw in with the shoes for an ekstra 30 euro.

Again, I'll add extra photos if wanted.
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