|The Group is one of the leading fur skins traders in Hong Kong.
Most of fur skins are sourced from auction houses in Denmark and Finland which are the main sources of fur skins of mink and fox in the world. The Group is the registered buyer in these two auction houses. The quality of fur skins sourced from auction houses can be assured; Tags are made on each fur skin so that all of the fur skins can be traced all the way back to the farms where they originate. Advanced information technology can also give the farmers the best possible control over the genetic progress of the herd, which ultimately contributes to production of higher quality fur.
The management of Group possesses professional knowledge and extensive experience in the fur industry. In particular, Mr. Wong, the founder of the Group, possesses more than 27 years of experience in the fur industry and is familiar with the process of selecting and sorting and distinguishing fur skins.
Customers of the Group are diversified all over the world while a major portion of the Group’s sales are made to China. Our customer base includes fur distributors, fur trading companies, buying agents, fur garment manufacturers and fur garment retailers.
Fur skin refers to the fine, soft, hairy covering or coat of mammals and generally means the skin of animals. Fur skins have been used principally to fashion outer garments and are famous for its superior warmth and durability. Common animal sources for fur clothing and fur trimmed accessories include those that bear the luxury furs such as sable, chinchilla, ermine, and mink and others whose furs are of lesser value such as rabbit and squirrel. Other commercially important furs include various species of fox, lamb, beaver, marten, raccoon, skunk, otter and seal; as well as leopard, lynx, ocelot, and wolf. Amongst different types of fur skins, the Group principally trades fox and mink fur skins .
Common fox skins include silver fox, blue fox and red fox. Farmed silver foxes have long, glossy, lightweight fur with natural colours in black and white, giving a feel of silver. Silver fox es are traditionally used for collars and cuffs, wraps and stoles. Farmed blue foxes are dark to pale grey in colour. They can also produce almost white fur, known as white or shadow fox. Often dyed in many shades, the soft and thick hair is typically used for collars and trimmings but also for jackets and full-length coats. Red fox es are the most common and well known species in wild foxes, and they can usually be found in North America, Europe, Asia and Australia. North American pelt has long, soft red hair whereas European fur is fl atter and less silky. It is used for trimming and for full fur garments.
Mink is the most common farmed species, producing dense, lightweight fur. There is a wide range of natural colours from white to black, taking in pearl, violet and sapphire, demi-buff (medium brown) and ranch (very dark brown). The fur can be processed in many ways, including shorn, knitted and also dyed in many different colours. It is a very versatile fur and is used for coats, jackets, trimmings and accessories.