Natural Exotics

International Merchants of Exotic Natural Products since 1992

1.800.206.6544

Minimum Order is $30.00

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Product of MOROCCO
Genus and species: Oryctolagus cuniculus. Ranch Raised.
Assorted
Theme:
Trading Post
Material Type:
Real Fur
Please read the Note about Stock Types
Price: $15.74 per bag
    Order Code: 399-44NS (K14)
    Availability: In Stock
    Usually ships In 1-2 Business Days
    Availability Note: If we are Out of Stock or do not have enough of an item, please call or email us to confirm! Online quantities do not include merchandise that just arrived or may be enroute. If currently not available, we can also add you to our wish list to be notified when available.

    Quantity:

    These multi-purpose Rabbit Fur Bags are made using natural-colored rabbit skins and cow leather, with neck straps measuring about 32" long. The bag itself measures 4" long by 4" wide. Colors vary.

    Rabbits are not an endangered species and are not subject to CITES controls. They are a by-product of the food industry.

    There are no export controls on these items.

    Do not dry clean

    Do not dry clean the rabbit skins as the dry cleaning process will remove the natural oils from the rabbit skin. See our line of Eucalan™ Wool Wash for cleaning.

    Why Do Rabbit Skins Often Have Yellow Edges?

    The white rabbit skins in particular often turn yellow on the edges over time. It is common for many people to believe that these are urine stains from when the rabbits were in the cage. The real problem is that fat on the rabbit skins runs when the rabbit skins get warm or are stored too long. If the rabbit skins are fresh, they are usually snowy white--even in summer. It is only after the rabbit skins have been sitting in a hot warehouse for months, if not years, that the rabbit skins yellow.

    All of the rabbits that we get from our preferred tannery in Spain are fresh goods. The rabbit skins have usually been tanned only weeks before they are sent to us on our monthly shipment. In general, our rabbit skins will be some of the whitest ones available.