Dressed within the European Union - by European standards
Mustela vison (Mink)
CITES (Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora):
CITES is not required!
Fine Minks Skins
Mink are usually bread in fur farms all over the world and no longer taken from the wild. You can find all kind of farmed mink skins; most minks come from Scandinavia. Minks skins are particularly versatile and durable. The price differences depend on origin, type, color, and quality. Mink skins have a soft undercoat and a dense, silky and shiny top hair. Female minks are smaller, lighter and a little shorter-haired than male minks. You can also easily pluck or shear minks. Minks come in natural colors from light to dark brown, from natural mutations from white to beige, silver blue, gray and pastel to black-brown and many more color shades.