Introduced into the UK Late 1920s
The first specimens were produced from Sables by a Scottish breeder in both the Siamese and Marten patterns. At first it was called “Smoke Beige” but changed name when the standard was adopted by the British Fur Rabbit Society in 1932. A national club was formed in 1945.
|Siamese: smoke grey saddle shading to pearl grey beige. Marten: chest, flanks and rump ticked with longer white hairs, white belly.||Between 2.25-3.2 kg||National Smoke Pearl Rabbit Club www.smokepearl.co.uk|