290 mm (Height top of tree when low) x 300 mm (Width of tree at bottom); 260 mm (Diameter top of tree); 400 mm (Height top of tree when high)
Place of origin
National Trust Museum of Childhood (Accredited Museum)
A plastic Family Tree House made by Palitoy. There are three spacious circular rooms all connected by semi-archways The kitchen is decorated in blue with a blue and white square titled floor. The bedroom has a red carpet with yellow walls. The living room has a red a brown yellow floral carpet and yellow walls there is lift which takes you down to the lower floor. There is a garage for the car.
Purchased on eBay from Michael Adams for the Museum of Childhood in 2016. Palitoy was founded by Alfred Edward Pallet in 1919 under the name of Cascelloid Company in 1937 moved to Coalville in 1965 separated from rest of Cascelloid and renamed Palitoy Division. The Tree House range started production in 1975 discontinued in 1980 the factory closing in June 1994
Makers and roles
Palitoy Company, maufacturer