Sascha Brastoff (birth name Samuel Brostofsky) Sascha began creating ceramics in New York in the early 40’s. After a stint in the Air Force followed by working as a costume designer with Fox Studios in Hollywood, he set up a ceramics plant in West Los Angeles called Sascha Brastoff Product’s Incorporated with the backing of Winthorpe B. Rockefeller. Sascha Brastoff made decorative accessories, ceramics, enamels on copper, and plastics of his own design. He headed a factory, Sascha Brastoff of California, Inc., in West Los Angeles, from 1953 until about 1973. He died in 1993. He was a favorite among top Hollywood celebrities and other notables. The book "Sascha Brastoff" is worth reading. It contains his fascinating biography, identification, and price guide.
Unique Collectibles, Antiques and Fine Arts from Around the World
Never the ordinary...unique items chosen over the last 50 years of travel around the world.