Elevate your dining experience where style meets sustainability in every thread. Jute is one of the strongest fibres known to man. It was used on seagoing ships before the invention of steel cables

Jute has been grown in the Bengal area of India (and of present-day Bangladesh) from ancient times. The export of raw jute from the Indian subcontinent to the Western Hemisphere began in the 1790s. The fibre was used primarily for cordage manufacture until 1822, when commercial yarn manufacture began at Dundee, Scot., which soon became a centre for the industry. India’s own jute-processing industry began in 1855, Calcutta becoming the major centre. After India was partitioned (1947), much of the jute-producing land remained in East Pakistan (now Bangladesh), where new processing facilities were built. Besides the Indian subcontinent, jute is also grown in China and in Brazil. The largest importers of raw jute fibre are JapanGermany, the United Kingdom, Belgium, and France.


Woven into placemats and runner, the fibres provide lasting beauty and strength, they withstand commercial use and can last a life time in the home, but is also biodegradable so it will return back to mother nature when its time.

Jute is a need, like bamboo , that grows best in fertile delta soil. And like bamboo, it grows quickly so it can be replenished used sustainably . It is possible to cultivate three jute crops annually.                                                 

The jute plant is harvested then split open to expose the inner fibres. The inner fibres of the jute stalk are very  soft and after cleaning and combing they are spun into yarn. Choosing these items contributes to reduced environmental impact and supports eco- friendly practices in various industries.  Furthermore , the jute industry supports rural economies, particularly in developing countries where jute cultivation is a significant source of income. This economic aspect adds a social dimension to the sustainability of jute products, promoting fair trade practices and community development.