After working with her three brothers for many years, she decided to go it alone and the result is the House of St. George for Authentic Art at number 27, St. George's Street.
Tucked away on a narrow side street close to the Jaffa Gate, Maro's gallery houses designs inspired by the different cultures of the
The Sandrouni family story is similar to that of many other Armenians who fled to Palestine at the beginning of the 20th century and have since graced Jerusalem with their skills in hand-painted ceramics, photography, jewellry and, in Maro's case, fashion.
Take a moment to step into the gallery, housed in a historic structure, and admire the hand-crafted dresses, scarves, jewellry and even ceramic kaftans - all the product of Maro's creative talents.
Maro is starting to branch out and offer embroidery workshops to anyone looking to discover their creative talents and enjoy a couple of hours in good company.
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