The second day of NAFA’s January-February mink sale opened with the sale of Black male mink.
In contrast to recent market trends, NAFA’s collection of Black male mink sold under strong competition, with good support from Greece and China. Today’s results can be attributed to the marketing and promotional efforts of the NAFA team, as well as to our consignors who produce the highest quality selection of Black mink in the world. Black NAFA males sold 93% at an average of $40.02.
Mahogany males sold under solid competition, especially for short nap high quality goods. Greece was surprisingly active, while China was the biggest buyer both in the room, as well as through participation in NAFA’s high-speed, online auction service. Gold quality Mahogany males sold 66% at an average of $37.06.
NAFA’s high quality Pearl collection met with selective demand but prices achieved were in line with recent market levels.
A small collection of Lavender mink sold well, achieving high prices for today’s market. Gold quality Lavender males sold 78% at an average of $52.40. Gold quality Lavender females sold 76% at an average of $45.05.
The top lot of Black NAFA — Male was purchased by George Salagiannis for ego, of Kastoria, Greece for $600. Produced by Zimbal Mink.
FULL PDF REPORT:NAFA-Sales-Report-02-01-2016-PDF
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