The coir tree fibres used by Cunera grow off the coast of South East India, particularly on the Malabar coast.
The coir fibres are spun from the fibres of the shell.
First the shell is rated, or exposed to water for an extended period of time. This process removes the natural stickiness and demonstrates that coir fibres (and carpets made from these fibres) are very resistant to water. After rating, the fibres are dried, beaten and spun into yarn.
Thanks to years of contacts with its Indian suppliers Cunera can and dares to guarantee you the best quality coir carpet.
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