Collectable and Pre-Owned Sylvanian Families.
Hunter-Smyth Chocolate Labrador Family
The Hunter-Smyth's appeared in 2011, associated with the Highfields Farmhouse. They consisted
of the standard family of four, a baby and baby twins. All are still very available as of 2015,
except the twins.
|The Hunter-Smyth's comprise:
||Twin Baby Brother
||Twin Baby Brother
Charles is a very hard working farmer, who is up at six o'clock every morning, out in the fields tending his crops. Growing everything from cabbage to
sweetcorn, sunflowers to barley and oats. Charles never stops, come rain or shine. There always seems to be yet another job to do! Ploughing, seeding, weeding, harvesting- busy, busy, thats our Charles.
Camilla is the perfect farmer's wife. As well as making jams and preserves during the fruit picking month, she also makes the most wonderful relishes with the vegetables
as they are harvested. all these delicious creations, along with her husband's produce, she sells at the farmers' market each Friday morning. It's amazing that she still finds time to run the home and bring
up five delightful children!
Hector likes to get up at six o'clock with his father so that they can have breakfast together.
His father makes the best porridge oats, which is then topped with a tablespoon of wild honey. Absolutely wonderful! The two of them then set off to do some work in the fields, before young Hector has to get ready for school!
Isabella loves nothing better than to invite as many of her friends as her mother will allow to stay, for a sleepover. They all arrive after school with their overnight bags and
after raiding the fridge and making a mess of the kitchen, they all rush off to the farmyard for a grand game of 'hide and seek' amongst the barns and out buildings, until it's time for supper.
Later on, with lots of sweets, treats and a story, the girls chat and giggle way past their usual bedtime.
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.