Vintage Mink Fur Collar
This is a unique piece with 6 Mink Pelts and is 55 inches in length in very good condition. It has a clip and a toggle for different styles of wear and look.
A little history
The most popular kinds of fur in the 1960s (known as the luxury fur) were blond mink, silver striped fox and red fox. Cheaper alternatives were pelts of wolf, Persian lamb or muskrat. It was common for ladies to wear a matching hat. In the 1950s, a must-have type of fur was the mutation fur (naturally nuanced colors) and fur trimmings on a coat that were beaver, lamb fur, Astrakhan and mink.