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Here is an uncommon example from Sascha Brastoff, most notable for his enamel works.  This resin vase or votive holder is as functional as it is beautiful.  The vase has an unusual parallelogram geometry adding to its dynamic, faceted base.


I think it's especially beautiful as a candleholder when the light comes through the resin.  Enjoy the different ways this beautiful mid-century modern piece can be used.


  •  Apple Green 
  • D: 4.75″ x L: 6″ x H: 5.75″
  • Good condition overall with slight abrasions to the base and top, as well as some stubborn stains in the interior bottom (I'm still working on it!)
  • Signed by artist "Sascha"


Sascha Brastoff (1917-1993) was a performer, designer, and the founder of a successful production ceramics factory and line that operated in Los Angeles, California, from c.1946 – 1962. 


As a child in Cleveland, Brastoff had taken an interest in ceramics at a young age, painting his family’s own dinner plates. In New York City while creating window displays, Brastoff had belonged to a ceramic studio in Greenwich Village called the Clay Club.


Forming his own company with the support of his life partner Howard Shoup and the backing of Winthrope B. Rockefeller was a natural decision to make. As the company grew, a massive factory and showroom designed by A. Quincy Jones and Frederick Emmons was built on West Olympic Boulevard in West Los Angeles in 1953. At its height, Brastoff had around 100 ceramicists and decorators working for him. 




    Modern Sascha Brastoff Acrylic Vase/Candleholder | 1960s

    SKU: 21393013
    $82.00 Regular Price
    $57.00Sale Price
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