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Persuasion - NEW DVD - Jane Austen - Amanda Root - ignore ebay description

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About Amanda Jane

You would imagine that a company famous for their dolls started out by actually producing them. This isn't the case with Amanda Jane. When the company was set up by Conrad and Elsin Rawnsley in the west end of London in 1952, it was to produce dolls' clothing for sale to some top London stores. Their range was even described as 'haute couture for dolls'! When they moved out to rural Sussex in the late 1950s, they took with them the mould for their first seven inch doll. This was followed over the next two decades by various sizes, including a second seven inch model actually called Amanda Jane and a quickly popular smaller six inch baby doll. In the middle of this, a terrible fire destroyed all the patterns they held. As well as examples of these dolls without either clothes or accessories, you'll also discover a fine collection of both. These range throughout the decades from a 1950s duffel coat to a 1970s boxed ballerina outfit. You may also find an example of baby doll in her pram outfit or a print dress. Accessories include items such as a pink carry case. Whilst the collection of Amanda Jane dolls were produced as simple playthings, it's not unusual for adults to find these collectable. This is very true of the more vintage models and outfits, especially where the patterns were lost in that fire. When asked about starting the range, Elsin Rawnsley, then over ninety, explained that she found some 'felt and fluffy stuff' in John Lewis and simply made a pair of doll's slippers. From that, over a hundred different items followed!