Natural Rabbit Skin Pictures
Bunny Rabbit Brown
are three main shades of bunny rabbit brown: light brown, medium brown,
and dark brown. Bunny
rabbit brown is also often called coyote brown, heather, "grizzly," or pardo.
Bunny Rabbit Gray
There are three main shades of bunny rabbit
gray: light gray, medium gray, and dark gray. Bunny rabbit gray is also often called
can vary from a light gray to a darker gray.
The spotted skins vary in colors and patterns.
This color is often called ginger as well.
Natural Black with Guard Hairs
We sort natural black into natural black and clear black. Natural black are usually fairly consistent in color. Sometimes, there is a touch of gray or brown to the skins. Many people think of these as charcoal gray. Some of the natural black skins have light grayguard hairs sprinkled throughout the skin. If you have special requirements (e.g., no gray guard hair), please buy the clear black. Please note this is a natural product and there will be some variation in the colors ranging in shades of black, gray, and brown.
Clear Natural Black
We sort natural black into natural black and clear black. Clear black are sorted to have none or a just a few white guard hairs. Please note this is a natural product and there will be some variation in the colors ranging in shades of black, gray, and brown.
Our white skins are alum tanned so they do not
have the bluish tint often found in chrome-tanned skins. They are also
fresh skins and do not have problems with extensive yellowing often found in
skins from other importers. Depending up the time of year, you may have a
completely clear white skins or one with a touch of creaminess, usually around
bleached white skins are garment grade skins that have been treated to achieve a