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Conical shaped Russian Imperial solid brass samovar on a square base with pad feet from the N.A. Voronzovs factory in Tula.
A samovar is a heated metal container traditionally used to heat and boil water. Commonly used in Russia, Central Europe, South-Eastern Europe, Eastern Europe, Iran, Kashmir and the Middle-East. Often the hot water was used to make tea.
The plain polished brass body with scroll handles made from hard wood, ornate sprigott and floret, is marked with several award seals and the Imperial stamp of Tsar Nicholas II.
This magnificent item is in excellent condition with a slight indentation at the back and can still be used for hot water, tea or coffee as the interior is tinned with no damage.
There is a hinged trap door under the base which is opened in order to empty out the ashes from the coals.
The heavy quality brass enables the water to be kept hot for several hours and the handsome samovar is decorative as well as practical.
Weight: 5.9 kg
Height: 52 cm
Circumference: 76 cm at widest part
Identification: Voronzovs - Tuli-makers mark
Award medals dated 1896, 1897 and 1908 together with Imperial marks.
Only available for purchase at our pop-up stores or by special arrangement.