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KOPENHAGEN FUR - Fur Auction House

QUALITY IS THE KEY TO THE DANISH FUR BREEDERS AND THEIR AUCTION HOUSE

A total of 5 auctions are held annually at KOPENHAGEN FUR. The auction house has an annual turnover of more than 16 million skins.

Mink comprise approx. 90 per cent of the fur skins sold at Kopenhagen Fur. Fox, swakara, seal, chinchilla, sable, karakul, Rex rabbit, Nutria, finnraccoon and fitch are also sold. The mink skins originate primarily from Denmark, however, mink from Norway, Sweden, the Netherlands and Finland are received for sale at Kopenhagen Fur. The majority of the other skin types come from abroad.

A cooperative owned by Danish fur farmers, Kopenhagen Fur is the world’s largest fur auction house and the leading provider of luxury fur. At five annual auctions, international fur traders and retailers from around the world meet at Kopenhagen Fur to establish the current market value of fur skins through competitive bidding.

Each year, Kopenhagen Fur auctions off more than 18 million mink skins in addition to fox, swakara, chinchilla, seal, sable, rex rabbit and karakul skins. The season starts in December followed by auctions in February, April, June and September.

Kopenhagen Fur is also an international fashion brand and a quality label for the finest fur skins in the world. Due to the sheer volume of skins going through the auction house as well as the combination of highly skilled sorters and the use of advanced technology, Kopenhagen Fur has created a unique grading system. Innovation has made Kopenhagen Fur the natural market leader for decades.

www.kopenhagenfur.com