Maison Myrbor was a French manufacturer and retailer of carpets founded by Marie Cuttoli (1879-1973). The first workshop was set up in her home in Algeria (circa 1910) and, in 1926, Cuttoli opened a shop in Paris, designed by André Lurçat. She commissioned the first modern carpet designs from Jean Lurçat in 1923. The firm specialized in tapis de mâitres, woven from works by Pablo Picasso, Jean Arp, Fernand Leger, Joan Miró, Paul Klee and Louis Marcoussis among others. From 1928, Cuttoli focused her efforts on reviving the Aubusson tapestry industry; the Delarbre, Simon and Legoueix workshops wove tapestries and possibly also produced rugs.