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Yannis Furs is ready for another exciting season with their fabulous, unique new arrival line of furs, sheared furs, Spanish Merino shearlings, fur-lined garments and outerwear of the utmost quality and exceptional value. Styles range from casual to classy, making the selection easier. If that’s not to your liking, they have many fun vests, stoles and boleros. Winter is fast approaching and what better way to treat yourself than to one of their fine, quality items.

And when it gets warm, Yannis Furs has built one of the finest cold storage protected vaults, right on the premises. All furs and leathers should be stored in a climate- and humidity-controlled environment. Cold storage is needed to avoid the excessive damaging effects of moths and for the hide of the pelt, which can deteriorate if not stored properly.

They also accept wool, cloth, cashmere, etc. in the vault for additional protection from insect damage. Yannis Furs only requires a two-day notice for retrieval, but always try to accommodate a shorter notice if possible.

They specialize as a full-service furrier for all repairs, remodels, cleaning and glazing and accept trade-ins. They also service leathers, shearlings and outerwear. Most work is done on the premises, with very few exceptions.

Yannis Furs is four generations of experts who can guide you to the best fashion, fit and the best solution in remodeling for each individual.

Yannis Furs welcomes you to visit the showroom at 130 Middle Neck Road in Great Neck. To learn more, call 516-504-1113.


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