Kopenhagen Fur's second day of sale is over.
The first day of mink-sale at Kopenhagen Fur's February auction is over.
The last two international fur auctions clearly show that there is great uncertainty in the fur trade and that a new market price has not been set yet.
Last year, at the January auction 2015, Mr Min Xuebin bought a Top Lot. This year he did it again, when he made the highest bid for the Brown Velvet Female Top Lot, resulting in a sales price of 510 DKK per skin
Mr Liu who is representing Baìan Mìlan Fur Center of China bought the White Velvet Males Top Lot for 940 DKK per skin.
Sealskins were sold at Kopenhagen Fur's first day of sale at the January auction.
- Prior to the auction many of our customers said that they did not expect us to obtain a high sales percentage, even if prices were reduced greatly, says Per Knudsen, Chief Auctioneer at Kopenhagen Fur.
Chinchilla Top Lot buyer Mr Coşkun Kölük wants to increase the knowledge about fur in Turkey. According to him there is no better way to be a good example for his colleagues than buying the Top Lot.
Kopenhagen Fur's sale continued today where it was established that this is indeed a buyers' market.
The first day of the January auction at Kopenhagen Fur has begun. This Friday, Black Cross males and females were sold at a slight price drop.