Locations: North Hollywood
Dates of Operation: 1942 - 1950s
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Vintage Jane Callender Siamese Cat
Current Price: $24.99
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Jane Callender Sitting Cocker Spaniel
Current Price: $29.99
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Stitched Shibori by Jane Callender Paperback Book
Current Price: $26.36
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HARDIE ARNITA ? COCKER SPANIEL OR JANE CALLENDER
Current Price: $25.94
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OLD ENGLISH SHEEPDOG JANE CALLENDER HARDIE ARNITA 7" OES
Current Price: $49.00
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Jane Callender Sitting Bull Dog/Boxer
Current Price: $32.54
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JANE Callender OF CALIFORNIA Pottery PARASOL WALLPOCKET
Current Price: $29.99
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Vintage, Jane Callender, Boxer dog figurine 1950's
Current Price: $56.00
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Jane Callender Sitting Bull Dog
Current Price: $50.00
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Vintage Jane Callender Spaghetti Wire Fox Terrier
Current Price: $14.99
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Vintage Jane Callender Spaghetti Bichon Frise Maltese
Current Price: $14.99
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NEW Stitched Shibori by Jane Callender BOOK (Paperback) Free P&H
Current Price: $26.43
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1940s PEKINGESE TIBETAN SPANIEL JANE CALLENDER HARDIE ARNITA
Current Price: $45.00
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NEW Stitched Shibori: Technique, innovation, pattern, design by Jane Callender
Current Price: $41.66
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Ends in: 20d 8h 22m


Realistic figurines were a popular production for California potteries in the 40s. Jane Callender produced a whole host of different ones, but mostly concentrated on canines. Her dog figurines, like many of Kay Finch’s, exhibit a high attention to both detail as well as accuracy for the different breeds.

I’ve seen a number of dog items produced by Callender and they are often extremely detailed. Whereas some potteries went for a smoother modern look, the detail on her dogs is seems painstakingly done. The handmade fur in particular is “ruffled” or “fluffy” - I think she sometimes cut out pieces of clay and pressed them on instead of sculpting it out of the base model itself. Chipman notes that her factory started out in Los Angeles but later moved to North Hollywood. I have an address from a flyer on Vineland Ave at the intersection of Burbank Blvd. In addition to sculpture and figurines, she apparently also produced pins and buttons featuring the different breeds of dogs.

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