Massandra Palace6

Studio Pouches

Jon Ayres

Moscow, Russian Federation

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Sizing Information

Size Perfect for
Small 6 x 4 inch Coins/cash, Cards, Lip gloss, Keys
Medium 9.5 x 6 inch Phone, Pencils, Sunglasses, Cosmetics, Toiletries, Travel documents, Pocket camera
Large 12.5 x 8.5 inch Art supplies, Medicine, Stationery, iPad (most sizes), Tech accessories, Hair brush, Purse


  • Vibrant, high-quality double-sided prints that won’t fade
  • Durable 100% polyester canvas with a metal zipper. Fully lined for added strength
  • Various sizes perfect for holding coins, cards, phone, pencils, cosmetics
  • Cold machine wash and low tumble dry
  • Makes the perfect gift for family, friends, or yourself. (You deserve it.)

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Artist's Description

Massandra Palace was to be the hunting lodge of Tsar Alexander III, but Tsar Alexander III died before it was completed. Originally the estate was owned by Count S. M. Vorontsov, bought in 1889, the architect M. E. Mesmakher made improvements to the manor with gilded vases, carved stone details and decorations depicting Greek and Egyptian Gods, sphinxes, chimeras, satyrs on balconies and terraces around the palace. The grounds include a decorative retaining wall in back to protect the palace from mountain slides decorated with niches, vases, high columns, statues and fountains. Tsar Nicholas II order the building finished in memory of his father Alexander III, but the imperial family never spent much time there since Tsar Nicholas II had his summer palace named Livadiya Palace not far away.

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