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Types of fur used to manufacture clothing

Different types of natural fur are used in manufacturing clothing, like fur coats and fur vests, and other accessories, like fur hats. Here are some examples…

Beaver: The beaver fur is used in making muffs, stoles, collars, trimmings, and felt for hats.
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Fisher: Fisher fur varies from grayish brown to nearly black.
It is mainly used for muffs, neck and shoulder pieces .
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Red Fox: Their pelts are used for trimmings scarfs, muffs, jackets and coats.
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Golden Jackal: They are typically used in the manufacture of cheap collars, women’s coats and fur coats.
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Marten: It is about one and one-half inches long.
The color varies from pale gray to orange-brown and dark brown.
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Mink: Mink fur is durable. The hairs are rather short, but very thick and soft.
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Otter: Otter fur is about an inch long and thick.
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Raccoon: Raccoon fur is about two and one-half inches long on animals from northern United States.
In the southern United States the fur is shorter.
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Sable: The sable, a species of marten, is primarily found in Russia through the Ural Mountains of Siberia.
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Skunk: Skunk fur is of medium length and possesses a sheen.
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Grey wolf: Wolf pelts are primarily used for scarfs and the trimmings of women’s garments, though they are occasionally used for jackets, short capes, coats and rugs.
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Faux: Faux fur or fake fur is a material made of synthetic fibers designed to resemble fur real fur.
Example of how usually fake fur looks like

Photo: A&A Vesa Fur Coats Store in Timisoara, Romania

2014-06-25T12:35:54+00:00