Collectable and Pre-Owned Sylvanian Families.
Launched in the UK in 2010, the Henry-Lloyds are chocolate dalmations and lived on the pleasure yacht. The Henry Lloyd's
also have distinctive markings for each of the mother, father, brother and sister and twins.
Six family members known.
|The Henry Lloyd family comprise
||Baby Twin Sister
||Baby Twin Brother
Father Ben Henry-Lloyd is a great fisherman. He started with his parents when he was a boy and now he has mastered all kinds of watersports.
His wife Pippa knows that he will spend morning, noon and night messing about on boats! If he can be persuaded onto dry land then he likes to
Mother Pippa Henry-Lloyd also learned how to sail with her parents. She enjoys boating and sailing competitions and she has taught her children
that team work on board is essential so that they will all become very competent sailors. If Pippa has time to relax then she likes to cycle along
the riverbank enjoying the views.
Zac is very enthusiastic about rowing and also about music, as well as being an accomplished sailor. He finds it hard to fit in all the practising required to master all his hobbies, if only
he could play a saxophone and row a boat at the same time, now that would be very handy!
Daughter Sarah Henry-Lloyd is very competitive and well organised, she enjoys regattas in the summer, in particular she enjoys the evening parties after
the races are finished and the social side takes over. She loves to get dressed up and chat to her friends about the day's events!
Tom Henry Lloyd would love to join the rest of their family on the water, but the only water their mother, Pippa, will let them play in or near is their bath water.
Wendy Henry Lloyd, would love to join the rest of their family on the water, but the only water their mother, Pippa, will let them play in or near is their bath water.
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.
Adults in this family are 75mm high, children are 65mm high.