Images and text courtesy of Etsy seller Stylish Ribbons "Pottery Artist, Sasha Brastoff lived and worked in L.A. after World War II and designed pottery and sculpture during the late 40's, 50's 60's and early 70's. He had a retail store in West L.A. during much of that time that was extremely popular. ... His whimsical, stylized horses are probably the most popular collectibles. " More info on Sascha here! I love the way he stylizes horses here- just gorgeous lines and forms!!!
I found these amazing vintage art deco bridge tallies featuring all sorts of cute girsl and flapperes from the 1920s on flickr. I love the super cute designs and colors- such eye candy! I really dig the art deco designs and the use of bright candy colors with this vaguely pin-up sort of feel.
From the flickr set: "They are diecut--cut along the edges. They have a score area on the opposite side--used for the game of bridge but during 1920s and 1930s - it was all the rage, apparently."