About Kopenhagen Fur

Kopenhagen Fur is the world's largest fur auction house and owned by the Danish mink breeders

Fur is one of nature's most alluring gifts, treasured for its beauty and intrinsic ability to provide warmth. Evoking a myriad of emotions, with a luxurious appeal that transcends time. A focal point in fashion, fur is also one of the most tactile materials, surprising designers and consumers alike with its versatility.

At the centre of the international fur trade is Kopenhagen Fur. An exclusive, well-established luxury brand as well as the largest fur auction house in the world. Owned by Danish fur breeders, Kopenhagen Fur is the leading provider of fur, recognized for its exceptional quality. Decades of experience and the volume of fur skins attribute to Kopenhagen Fur's reputation as the only auction house in the world which can make the fine grading and labelling systems to ensure the ultimate in high quality.

Having been in business for over 80 years, Kopenhagen Fur is steeped in tradition but with an ongoing aim for innovation. To this end, Kopenhagen Studio was established as a platform for creative people from all around the globe to push the boundaries of what's possible with fur. Exploring new techniques, spotting trends on the horizon and sharing innovative applications with fur for a range of creative realms, from fashion, to accessories, to interior design, decoration and more.

As a leading provider of fur skins, Kopenhagen Fur strives to be the best in all aspects of its business. Balanced by a serious stance on Corporate Social Responsibility. Kopenhagen Fur supports a variety of social projects in the Third World, as well as numerous initiatives related to our associates, suppliers and customers. We are also strong advocates of animal welfare and go to great lengths to ensure the health and wellbeing of animals.



As a leading provider of fur skins, Kopenhagen Fur strives to be the best in all aspects of its business.

Kopenhagen Fur is cooperatively owned by the members of the Danish Fur Breeders Association founded in 1930. In 1946, the association acquired 'Kjøbenhavns Pelscentral' and renamed it Danish Fur Auctions. Since then, the auction house has expanded to a staff of about 400 dedicated professionals. Today, Kopenhagen Fur is the name for both the association and the auction house itself.

Located just outside of Copenhagen in Glostrup, Kopenhagen Fur holds five auctions a year, offering almost 30 million mink skins, as well as fox, Swakara, and chinchilla.

Due to the sheer volume of skins sold through the auction house, highly skilled sorters and the use of advanced technology, Kopenhagen Fur is able to provide the best and most comprehensive range of fur skin types. This has established Kopenhagen Fur as the market leader. A position we have held for decades.

Since its inception, Kopenhagen Fur's overall goal has been to develop, optimise and refine fur skin production by gathering and sharing knowledge, employing state-of-the-art equipment and ensuring the most humane conditions. With this intense focus on development comes an entrepreneurial spirit, which is at the core of Kopenhagen Fur's values. Our corporate strategy is based on a very clear objective: To continue to be the global leader in the fur business, providing the best labelling system and quality assurance for customers as we evolve in our position as the most innovative partner to the fur and fashion industry.

The world's largest fur auction house

Five times a year, Kopenhagen fur in Glostrup (close to Copenhagen) becomes an international hub filled with people speaking Chinese, Greek, Russian, English, German, Korean and Japanese or other languages.

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The Danish Fur Breeder's Association

Kopenhagen Fur is owned and managed by Danish Fur Breeders' Association (DFBA), a co-operative which was founded in 1930. DFBA represents the Danish fur breeders in Denmark as well as in EU in political affairs.

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Here you will find numbers and firgures about Kopenhagen Fur.

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Fur and responsibility

Our approach to fur farming is extremely respectful of the environment and an excellent example of a natural, renewable and sustainable resource.

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