Collectable and Pre-Owned Sylvanian Families.
Bambo Panda Family
The Bamboo Panda family were first released in the UK in 1992. They have enjoyed a
number of releases, currently available as a standard family of four, as boy and girl babies
and as a set of twins.
|The Bamboo Family comprise:-
||Baby twin brother
||Baby twin sister
Mother Alexandra is an incredible lady. Although she is always arranging
fetes, parties, barbecues and dances to raise money for local charities, she never
seems to get tired. Even late at night you can see the light on in her room as she
plans her next money raising event. And yet, despite her incredible powers of
organisation, she's not a busybody – she simply gets things done quietly and
efficiently. Once when asked how she manages to do all that charity work and
cope with her amazingly clumsy husband, she replied, ''Oh that's easy – I stick
all the vases to the tables and hide my best crockery!''
Brother Kane wants to be a writer just like his father – except he wants to
write children's books rather than history books. Also, just like his father, he is
awfully clumsy (he must have inherited it!) That means he gets away with never doing
the washing up because his mother is frightened they won't have anything on which to
eat if clumsy Kane is allowed near her crockery. Not surprisingly, his friends call
him 'Smash' because that's the noise they hear whenever he's around!
Sister Clarice has only one thing on her mind. She simply adores horses. Indeed,
it's rare to hear her talk about anything else. At the moment she's saving up for her very
own saddle by working at the stables before school, after school, at the weekends and during
the holidays. She doesn't mind the hard work – in fact, she loves it. ''Isn't it wonderful'',
she says. ''I'm getting paid to do something I adore!'' Eventually she wants to be a top show
jumper and win lots of gold medals.
Figures in grey boxes are deemed collectable as they are no longer available
Figures in green boxes are still currently available.
Figures are graded Excellent if totally original and without marks or blemishes
Figures graded Good may either lack an ancillary item (usually clothing) or not have an original one.
Figures graded Fair may lack clothing or not have original clothing and show some wear and tear.