Levinsky since 1869


150 years later Levinsky continues to provide customers with latest design and, DNA of the brand, finest skins for garments always at the right price.


Mike Stampe eco-conscious professional furrier, is selecting the finest skins to ensure customers with a long lasting eco-friendly garment, while his brother Michael Stampe travels the world in order to present the ancestral know-how of the House Levinsky.


The Stampe brothers thus perpetuate the legacy of their father and grand father, and hoping for the next generation to take over. Michael’s sons, still students, are taking care of social networks, the new generation is the link between historical knowledge and modern way of life.

Levinsky is thanking Michael SORENSEN for 50 years spent together in the House, and wishes him a long and happy well-deserved retirement.


M. Levinsky A/S

Langagervej 60

2600 Glostrup


Michael Stampe


Phone +45 23726690

Jean Theodorides


Phone +33 687742770

Prashant Pathare


Phone +45 26110108

Warehouse / stock  & administration

+45 97767800



Handcrafted know-how, Eco-friendly garments


All our fur apparel is still crafted by hand by our skilled furriers who have all the knowledge to make a long lasting apparel. 

Fur is a remarkably long-lasting product. Our mink coats can be worn for thirty or more years. A lot of our customers is often passing down their fur coats to daughters or grand-daughters.
We even take the skins apart and completely restyle our customers coat. Sometimes we recycle the skins to make fx pillows, blankets or accessories. 


The pros of fur is that it will ultimately biodegrade and return to the soil by time without any harm to nature.


Sustainable/Eco-friendly Fur


At LEVINSKY DENAMRK, we advocate animal welfare which means the animals wellbeing is always ensured when we are buying all of our Mink and fox skins at the auction houses Kopenhagen fur and Saga fur. Healthy animals produce superior skins. 

To bread the healthiest animals in the most sustainable way, our main fur house, Kopenhagenfur.com and Sagafurs.com, is doing as followed:


"The auction houses has made substantial investments to continually optimise the environmental conditions on fur farms. Animal welfare means making sure they are always well cared for. Animals must receive ample food, water, sunlight, and display appropriate behaviour. From January 2017, the European fur trade began implementing WelFur, a science-based welfare certification system documenting the level of animal welfare on fur farms."
Read more: https://www.kopenhagenfur.com/en/responsibility/animal-welfare/


Sustainable argicultural nutrient cycle 


Mink and fox jackets
Mink and Fox are carnivores, and our animals are actually fed with left-overs from humans own food-production. In some cases this may be almost 50 percent of the total biomass that might otherwise have ended in landfills. 

Rabbit, shearling and lamb leather jackets
The overall reason why rabbits and lambs are bred is for human food. Therefore, the fur and leather from the rabbit and lamb is actually a left-over that is used in our production. Almost 100% of the animal is therefore used, with the purpose of minimum waste. 
The animal welfare standards is in general getting higher when the farmer know that they can benefit from the better quality of the fur or leather they sell along with the meat.


Seal jacket
All seal skins bought by LEVINSKY is caught by Greenlandic Inuit hunters alongside the Greenlandic coast. Furthermore is all skins tanned at Great Greenland's tanning facilities in South Greenland. It is only allowed to sell Inuit hunted sealskins in the EU, and is therefore a guarantee for our customers. 


Read more: https://www.greatgreenland.com/info-saelskind-c-31_34.html?language=en&sort=products_sort_order

Read more: https://www.truthaboutfur.com/en/sustainability-of-fur 


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