It was Ms LoLo from Shenzhen, China, who won the White Velvet Males Top Lot bidding DKK 1,250 per skin on the last day of the March auction. Broker Thomas Tan did the bidding on behalf of Ms LoLo.
Many customers in the auction room were bidding on the new exclusive Norwegian Type Silverfox Top Lot.
On the fifth day of the March auction in Copenhagen, the market's finest collection of Norwegian Type foxes was offered. The collection attracted customers from Turkey, Russia and Korea, who were very impressed by the grading and the high quality of the goods.
Mr He Jing is becoming a familiar face at Kopenhagen Fur’s Top Lot photo studio, where Top Lot buyers get their picture taken. Over the last few auctions, he has made it his personal goal to secure Top Lots; either in mink or chinchilla.
During the first four days of sale, a little over 4.5 million mink skins have been sold.
Consisting of the highest possible quality and selected through an eight step grading process, Kopenhagen Fur’s Top Lots are chosen from some 22,000 grading combinations and millions of skins.
Konstantinou Furs, based in Kastoria, Greece, won the final bid and purchased the Black Swakara Top Lot at Kopenhagen Fur’s March auction.
From the heat of Namibia to the cold winter weather in Russia, the finest white Namibian Swakara skins will travel quite a distance as they will adorn some of the finest clad women in Russia.