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Sylvanian Families Treehouse

Sylvanian Families Treehouse

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The Sylvanian Families Treehouse is one of the most sought after accessories for Sylvanians this year. With its 3 full levels and an additonal tree to climb, it’s every Sylvanian’s dream playground.

Sylvanian Families Treehouse – Level 1

At the foot of the Sylvanian Families Treehouse we find a luscious, green lawn and two large areas in which to play. Your Sylvanians can either enjoy the sunshine and go ‘al fresco’, or shelter from the elements in the base of the broad tree trunk. There is a bucket on a rope which can by used to transport items such as tools and jam tarts to the upper level. There is no such thing as the health and safety regulator in Sylvania so it is also entirely acceptable to transport small children to the top of the tree using this bucket-and-rope method. Most children can survive moderate falls of two or 3 stories in Sylvania so nobody appears to be alarmed by this behaviour.

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History of Sylvanian Families

History of Sylvanian Families

We explore the history of Sylvanian Families products and explain why they make a sound investment for any parent.

The very beginning

Originally launched by Epoch in Japan in 1985, the Sylvanian Families range was a bit hit although, technically, their name was “Pleasant Friends of the Forest”. Highly detailed, the figures, buildings and every day household objects inspired the imagination of the children of their time. Originally, the figures were of a porcelain construction and much of the furniture was wooden. However, this quickly changed to plastic designs as the products launched in the USA later the same year.

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