If you own or operate a retail outlet that sells seal fur clothing please contact us to have your link added to our Retail section of links. Jewelry and crafts are here.
A website dedicated to showcasing sealskin crafts, fashions and a seal culinary menu for National Seal Day is here
Water Street St. John’s, NL
Web Site: naturalboutique.ca
Jennifer and Kerry Shears are the owners and operators of Natural Boutique, which is a Newfoundland and Labrador-based business. Natural Boutique is a division of Gros Morne Wildlife Museum and Gift Shop – a popular attraction on the West Coast of Newfoundland. Natural Boutique specializes in high quality nature-based products – from sealskin coats and boots to authentic Inuit-made soapstone carvings.
Always in Vogue
167 Water St. St. John’s
Coats, jackets and accessories in seal skin.
Coats, hats, gloves and accessories
Email: sealskintreasures @ live.com
PO Box 58. Hearts Content
NL A0B 1Z0
This 100% aboriginal operated and owned company uses sealskin to specialize in upholstery services for various clientele. They offer customized products to meet each customer’s needs. Products include snowmobile seats, boat tops & seats and canvas tents and pillow covers.
Telephone us at: 709-896-9044
We are located at 4 Hamilton River Road, Goose Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador
The Hands of Olsen
The Hands of Olsen is a family owned business. They have been incorporating seal skin with leather for about 25 years. Rick carves artwork into leather and has passed the talents on to his daughters, Kathrin and Kristin who modernize the natural beauty of the seal fur into the timeless accessories combined with leather to make exquisite and unique products for you to treasure.
Phone: (709) 786-9825
“My design philosophy comes from a desire to explore and challenge traditional textiles. Two of my favorite traditional textiles are Wool and Seal Fur and I feel they complement and strengthen one another and this is how and why I choose to combine them in my designs. My garments are unique. They are fitted, shaped and carefully considered to highlight the natural sheen of the fur and, ultimately, to complement the personality of the wearer. I also experiment with texture and color in my design process as it brings an edgy and interesting new element to contemporary seal fur design.”
Facebook: Clare Dawn Couture
A self-taught artist, Melissa was born in St. John’s, raised in Iqaluit and currently residing in Ottawa who loves making custom gowns, jewellery and parkas. She tries to incorporate different materials such as seal skin, antler and leather in her designs. Melissa loves to take on new challenges and enjoy trying new styles and fabrics. She works together with clients to design a one of a kind products.
She hopes to launch her brand Nuvuja9 in the near future, but in the meantime, check out her Facebook page.
Victoria’s Arctic Fashion
Victoria’s Arctic Fashion (V.A.F.) is an up and coming design label which fuses traditional northern garments and accessories with a modern style. Started by Victoria Kakuktinniq, V.A.F. has already established itself in its community of Iqaluit and throughout most of Nunavut. Winner of the 2015 Nunavut Trade Show Business of the Year Award, V.A.F. has had its designs sold throughout the North and across Canada. With a unique look, V.A.F. fur garments are both fashionable and functional, letting the individual feel both confident and comfortable throughout the winter months.
Visit their website here
GNP Crafts is a profit making cooperative run by a board of directors. Their mission is the enhancement of the regions rich cultural heritage while increasing public awareness of the important role played by the seal industry in the survival and development of the Great Northern Peninsula’s coastal communities.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org,
Gaston Henry Fourrures Inc.
Design and sale of crafts and fur.
Their Seal Skins come from Canada’s Arctic Nunavut Territory. All of the skins are harvested by the Inuit people of the North. The skins are prepped and prepared for us in an air dried condition. Once we receive the hides we grade and select the skins that will be used for construction of blankets and carpets and send off to the tanneries. Visit them here
Arctic Fashion with a Twist!
Gros Morne Wildlife Museum
Their spacious pine gift shop contains hundreds of unique items. Many products are made with our own materials and designs, allowing for very competitive prices. We have the largest selection of fur products and fishing, hunting, and camping supplies in Gros Morne. Click here to visit their site.
Slippers n’ Things
Another nice collection of seal fur products from this Labrador shop. Their web site is here