David Green comes from a family of furriers dating back to 1690. In Alaska since 1922, this family has provided an assortment ... More
David Green Master Furrier
David Green comes from a family of furriers dating back to 1690. In Alaska since 1922, this family has provided an assortment of beautiful Alaska-made fur products. Look for mukluks, slippers, parkas, combination fur and leather items and fur pelts; or take the opportunity to design your own fur coat or fur item. Next door to this store are its Fur Outlet and a cold storage location providing expert fur cleaning, as well as the safest storage environment for your fur during warm seasons.
i purchased my full length mind in 2004 from the store in ketchikan. as i live in texas my coat is a novelty and is admired by many. the quality of the fur and the coat has been commented on by the employees of sakowitz where i have it stored every off season. magnificent coat. i will be contacting david green for a matching hat soon.
In the Fifth Avenue Mall , this non profit museum is operated by volunteers and funded only through contributions. A
unique story is told in its exhibits. Alaskan law enforcement was unusual. Troopers have had a challenging time providing ...
Browse along the narrow walkways and find your next treasure. It carries many paintings, beautifully preserved lace runners, women's gloves
and other textiles and a wide array of porcelain housewares. Throughout the shop you will find furniture, clocks, decorative ...
Located on the west end of the Anchorage Fifth Avenue Mall , this store is a landmark. It survived the
1964 earthquake, though the ground dropped 20 feet from beneath one corner of it. Within the store, you will ...