fur

Fur refers to clothing made from animal fur. Animals commonly used to make fur include rabbits, foxes, minks and other rare animals, which are also one of the sources of fur. Since primitive times, humans have used the furs of hunted animals to make clothes to protect themselves from the cold or to publicize their achievements. In modern times, fur has become one of the symbols of wealth.

fur classification

There are many classification methods of fur. According to the maturation period of the quilt, it can be divided into early maturation, mid-maturity, late maturation, and late maturation; according to processing methods, it can be divided into tanning, dyeing and finishing, and shearing. Classes, furs. According to the appearance characteristics, it can be divided into thick fur, represented by fox fur; medium thick fur, represented by mink fur; thin fur, represented by Persian lamb fur.

People are more commonly used to divide according to the fur and cortex of the raw leather.

Small capillary skins: mainly include sable skin, chinchilla skin (green purple orchid, also known as Qingqiulan) mink skin, otter skin, sea dragon skin, ferret skin, weasel skin, Aihu skin, chinchilla skin, ermine skin, Muskrat skin, beaver skin, scorpion skin, etc., the coat is short and soft. Suitable for making hats, coats, etc.

 

Large capillary skins: mainly including fox skins, raccoon skins, lynx skins, badger skins, raccoon skins, etc. The format is larger. It is often used to make hats, coats, cloaks, etc.

 

Coarse furs: commonly used sheepskin, dog skin, wolf skin, leopard skin, marmot skin, etc. The hair is long and slightly wide. Can be used to make hats, coats, vests, linings, etc.

 

Weeds: including cat skin, rabbit skin, etc., suitable for clothing accessories, the price is lower.

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