Which fur comes from where?
From breeding and farms.
Mink, Fox, Nutria, Finnraccoon, Polecat, Chinchilla, Sable.
Countries of origin mainly Scandinavia, North America, Holland, Russia, Poland and Baltic countries. Share about 47 per cent.
From pasture and stable housing
Lamb, Zickel, Karakul (Persian), Kanin, veal.
Share about 38 per cent.
From the wild
From hunting and from Hege to the preservation of balanced animal stocks come muskrat, raccoon, coyote, opossum, nutria, red fox, Wildkanin, hamster, weasel, beaver, Feh, Luchskatze and sable. Share about 15 per cent.
Endangered species of the wild are protected by the Washington Convention (WA). Our furs are all equipped with a certificate that certifies origin and quality.
Made-to-Measure is essential to us. Made for you from carefully selected and sorted high-quality skins that we bought at the international fur auctions in Helsinki, Copenhagen, Seattle, St. Petersburg and Toronto.