Alliance continues after strong market response
Success is the reason why Saga Furs, American Legend and Fur Harvesters will continue to hold joint March and June auctions again in 2015.
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Saga grading system means confidence and trust
Reliability has made the unique Saga Furs Grading System the touchstone of quality behind Saga Furs® Mink, Fox and Finnraccoon. The fur and fashion industry has confidence in a system that is vital to business and is recognized as the best in the world.
Value in the Saga Furs label
The Saga Furs® label stands for superior quality fur and the responsible practices incorporated in the brand—twin values that have made Saga Furs the most trusted brand in the luxury sector.
The brand identity signals a contemporary look reflecting classic values that are deeply rooted in the Nordic heritage. Consumers recognize everlasting Nordic beauty and the values of responsibility when they see the Saga Furs label.
To complement the Superior and Royal labels, Saga Furs offers a top-of-the-line quality level: Lumi Royal. The label will be awarded only to pelts that are the best of the best.
Saga Furs® Selection
Saga Furs offers the world’s broadest selection of superior furs produced exclusively on regulated European farms. The twin values of top quality products and a strict code of responsibility make Saga Furs the choice of designers around the globe.
Saga Furs next auction will be organized in a completely renovated auction room between 10-20 March 2015, with inspection starting from 3 March 2015. The auction will be held in cooperation with American Legend Cooperative and Fur Harvesters Auction Inc.
Saga Furs will have special opening hours during the holiday season. Click on the headline above to view the revised opening hours.
Saga Furs December auction concluded today with the selling of Saga® Blue, Blue Shadow and Blue Frost fox. Blue fox was 100 % sold under strong competition. Big sizes very firm, smaller sizes increased 5-10 % compared with our September auction.
Saga Furs December auction continued with the selling of Finnraccoon, various foxes and East European mink. Finnraccoon was 76 % sold at 20 % easier prices compared with our September auction. A small offering of Silver fox and various mutation foxes met with selective demand resulting in one third of the collection being sold. The main buyer today was the European fashion industry. An offering of East European mink was mainly withdrawn.