Olli Ella Holdie Folk Mermaid Coral
Say hello to Mermaid Coral!
Coral lives in the Holdie Ocean with her friend Pearl. Together they take care of the ocean and all its inhabitants.
Coral loves to chat to her sea creature friends. She is fluent in dolphin, otter, and even squid! She loves to explore underwater caves and race the dolphins.
Handmade, fully posable and measuring 11cm tall (14.5cm when wearing her tail), Coral is the perfect size to fit in the palm of a small hand or keep close-by in a pocket. Coral’s Mermaid tail is removable + she can fit into regular Holdie Folk clothing.
Mermaid Coral is a special edition Holdie Folk - she comes beautifully packed in new collectable boxes. Perfect to give as a gift or for small folk to display at home.
Recommended Age 3+ years. Warning! Not suitable for children under 36 months. Choking hazard due to small parts.
Olli Ella was founded by Olivia and Chloe in 2010 while they were running an art gallery. The two sisters were looking for a creative outlet for all their ideas and started sketching, designing and planning products after-hours in the basement of their art gallery. The name Olli Ella is a combination of Olivia’s nickname “Olli” and Chloe’s middle name “Ella”. Even though they started Olli Ella as a side business, they realised very quickly that their products were loved and valued by many families and soon put all their time and effort into Olli Ella and gave up their art gallery.
From the very beginning Chloe and Olivia have been focussing on ethical production. Whenever possible they manufacture their products locally. For some products, like the baskets, they use the skills of talented basket weavers in Asia who have been taught this ancient craft from their elders. Olli Ella’s philosophy is to create products that celebrate play, create a culture that brings families together by bonding during play and nurture child development. Founding Olli Ella has made two of Olivia’s and Chloe’s dreams come true: being able to work together and seeing the joy in children’s eyes when they play with the toys they designed.