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Vintage Melanie Bendavid Hand-Painted Leather Jacket

Style: 24646879
Vintage black leather motorcycle jacket hand-painted by artist Melanie Bendavid. Upper back has large painted bee, crown, and foliage. Lower back has painted heart and stud embellishment. The upper right sleeve has cool textured "B Lady" patch. Collar is embellished with random vintage pins for a cool, eclectic look!

Jacket has leather fringe detailing along back of sleeves and across back. Four zipper pockets on front. Zipper detailing at each sleeve hem. Double buckle detailing on each bottom side. Leather is super distressed and super soft, with discoloration in places. This adds to the quality and authentic look of this jacket, which tells a story all on its own. Screams pure rock and roll in every way. The authentic Harley-Davidson Motorcycles logo patch at the bottom back of jacket has been removed, but the outline of it can still be seen embossed on the leather. Made in Britain.

An amazing, totally unique find!

FP Vintage Revival pieces are not returnable and cannot be shipped outside of the United States


Questions and Answers

Discussion about this Product:

Martine [ERR:at] 6:54 PM [ERR:on] 11/14/2012

"What paint is used for graffics and is it sealed so it won't peel off?"

Vintage Loves at11:26 AM vintage loves on 11/19/2012

"Hi! An all-weather paint was used which will prevent any chipping or cracking of the artwork. Hope this helps! xoxox"

jo [ERR:at] 12:20 AM [ERR:on] 11/8/2012

"What is the measurement across the shoulder, please? Thanks!"

Vintage Loves at4:20 PM vintage loves on 11/15/2012

"Hello! The measurement is 16" from shoulder to shoulder. Hope this helps! xoxoxo"

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Length: 21 1/2"
Bust (all around): 37"
Bottom Opening (all around): 34"
Sleeve Length: 24"


Condition: 5 out of 8, 8 being "like new".

Condition Details:

Leather shows strong distressing, slight discoloration, and signs of wear. Adds to aged look.
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