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  1. Samovar Vase in a form of pear, PEAR, silver-plated   ENG  
Samovar Vase in a form of pear, PEAR, silver-plated. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: trademark - Fraget w Warszawie. Galw.
Manufacturing time: ~ third quarter of XIX century.
Body in a form of pear.
Choke not attached.
Crown figure form with prominent grating of patterned cuttings, with upper platform for teapot, supplied with a tube with an ivory octahedral handle on tack fastened by four figure screw-nut.
Cover with two ivory octahedral knobs on their posts and a hole as steam exhaust valve.
Round simple and smooth.
Holders - four, as a vertical horns, brazing to the body with two figure ivory octahedral handles on two tacks fastened by four figure screw-nuts on endings of tacks.
Crane soldered with two twins and has a view of a monsters beak with forward-rear moving figure shaft-bow and ivory handle in a form of shell in the middle.
Ash-pit with prominent grating of patterned cuttings the same as the crown has.
Base flat and square with four cavities on each sides.
Legs four, patterned and open-worked.
Ash-shut round cover fastened by small hinge to the lower part of the base.
Stuff, technique: silver - plated copper by galvanotechnics, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, tinning, assembling; ivory turning and cutting.
Capacity: ~ 6 litters.
Height: 500 mm.; with tube attached above 700 mm. Width: 370 mm.
Restoration: remade two ivory octahedral knobs and one handle.
Complete set of this samovar consists of: samovar and tube (removable chimney) for draw with ivory handle attached at the middle part of tube.
Status: 9 marks.
  2. Samovar Vase with medallions, decorated by Dragons, DRAGONS, silver-plated   ENG  
Samovar Vase with medallions, decorated by Dragons, DRAGONS, silver-plated. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: trademark O.C., Tula.
Manufacturing time: ~ third quarter of XIX century.
Body Vase with medallions.
Choke simple configuration with ivory round knob.
Crown figure form with patterned cuttings.
Cover with two ivory round knobs on their posts and a metal steam exhaust valve.
Round cast and patterned.
Holders - four, cast, as a patterned by tendrils vertical horns, brazing to the body, each by own platform, with two figure ivory round handles, each between two horns, and on two tacks fastened by four figure screw-nuts on endings of tacks.
Crane cast, in form of monsters head with cone key and vertical handle (also called branch) patterned by dragons head with its tongue out and round ivory knob above.
Ash-pit with patterned cuttings, the same as on the crown.
Base square, corners are cut.
Legs four, in a form of monsters paw each.
Ash-shut round cover fastened by small hinge to the lower part of the base.
Stuff, technique: brass, plated silver by galvanotechnics, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, tinning, assembling; ivory turning and cutting.
Capacity: ~ 6 litters.
Height: 500 mm. Width: 380 mm.
Restoration: remade four ivory round knobs.
Status: 8 marks.
  3. Samovar Vase in a form of drop, DROP   ENG  
Samovar Vase in a form of drop, DROP, tombac, brass. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: unknown.
Manufacturing time: ~ second quarter of XIX century.
Body tombac, in a form of drop with eight concave medallions on bodies lower part.
Choke simple configuration with ivory round knob on its post.
Crown figure form with patterned cuttings.
Cover brass, with two ivory round knobs on their posts and a brass steam exhaust valve.
Round brass, cast and patterned.
Holders - two with four vertical horns and patterned platform of each brazing to the body, with two figure ivory round handles, each between two horns, and on two tacks fastened by four figure screw-nuts on endings of tacks.
Crane cast, simple form, with cone key and flat vertical figure handle (also called branch) with ivory round knob above.
Ash-pit with patterned cuttings, the same as on the crown.
Base tombac, square, standard form.
Legs four, simple form.
Stuff, technique: tombac, brass, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, tinning, assembling; ivory turning and cutting.
Capacity: ~ 6 litters.
Height: 480 mm. Width: 340 mm.
Restoration: inner tinning, polish, remade four ivory knobs.
Status: 8 marks.
  4. Samovar Vase in a form of bagel, BAGEL   ENG  
Samovar Vase in a form of bagel, BAGEL, brass. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: trademark on the cover and face side of the base MIKHAIL CHEKALIN (M.M. CHEKALIN) in TULA and in MOSCOW, , (,.) .
Manufacturing time: ~ second quarter of XIX century.
Body standard samovars vase, the middle part of it very prominent.
Choke simple configuration with wooden round knob on its post.
Crown figure form with patterned cuttings.
Cover simple form with two wooden round knobs on their posts and a brass steam exhaust valve.
Round - cast and patterned.
Holders - two with four vertical horns and patterned platform of each brazing to the body, with two figure wooden round handles, each between two horns, and on two tacks fastened by four figure screw-nuts on endings of tacks.
Crane cast, simple form, with cone key and figure handle (also called branch) with wooden round knob above.
Ash-pit with patterned cuttings, the same as on the crown.
Base square, standard form.
Legs four, simple form.
Ash-shut round cover fastened by small hinge to the lower part of the base.
Stuff, technique: brass, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, tinning, assembling; ivory turning and cutting.
Capacity: ~ 6 litters.
Height: 420 mm. Width: 340 mm.
Restoration: there is no necessity.
Status: 9 marks.
  5. Samovar Vase in a fragmented sphere form with engraved flower pattern   ENG  
Samovar Vase in a fragmented sphere form with engraved flower pattern. GRAVERED SPHERE. Brass. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: trademark on the cover ALEX. BATASHOV, . ».
Manufacturing time: ~ third quarter of XIX century.
Body of standard samovars vase in a fragmented sphere form, manually engraved with flower pattern on the face side.
Choke simple configuration with wooden round knob on its post.
Crown figure form with patterned cuttings.
Cover simple form with two wooden round knobs on their posts and a brass steam exhaust valve.
Round - simple and smooth.
Holders -four openwork patterned pieces (so called dolphins) with a platform of each brazing to the body by it, with two wooden round handles, each between two clamps and on two tacks fastened by four figure screw-nuts on endings of tacks.
Crane cast, simple form, with cone key and flat vertical figure handle (also called branch).
Ash-pit with patterned cuttings, the same as on the crown.
Base cast, round, standard form of a hip.
Legs patterned four, a little lugs forward.
Ash-shut round cover fastened by small hinge to the lower part of the base.
Stuff, technique: brass, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, tinning, assembling; wood turning and cutting.
Capacity: ~ 6 litters.
Height: 440 mm. Width: 400 mm.
Restoration: inner tinning, polish.
Status: 8 marks.
  6. Samovar Vase with medallions   ENG  
Samovar Vase with medallions, without ash-pit, nickel-plated. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: trademark on the face side of the base .. . , .. citizen Vorontsovss in TULA..
Manufacturing time: ~ second quarter of XIX century. Lately an owner of the samovar covered it by nickel.
Body standard vase with medallions.
Choke simple configuration with wooden round knob on its post.
Crown figure form with patterned cuttings.
Cover simple form with two wooden round knobs on their posts and a brass steam exhaust valve.
Round cast, with balls along the whole length of the pound.
Holders -two with four vertical horns and patterned platform of each brazing to the body, with two figure wooden round handles, each between two horns, and on two tacks fastened by four figure screw-nuts on endings of tacks.
Crane cast, simple form, with cone key and figure handle (also called branch)with wooden round knob above.
Ash-pit none.
Base square, standard form.
Legs four, simple form.
Ash-shut round cover fastened by small hinge to the lower additional plate of the base.
Stuff, technique: brass, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, tinning, assembling; wood turning and cutting.
Capacity: ~ 5 litters.
Height: 410 mm. Width: 380 mm.
Restoration: inner tinning, polish.
Status: 7 marks.
  7. Samovar Vase in a cone form (wineglass), fragmented, with medallions, PARICHKOs WINEGLASS   ENG  
Samovar Vase in a cone form (wineglass), fragmented, with medallions, PARICHKOs WINEGLASS, brass. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: trademark on the cover - λ . , Samovar of Parichko sole manufacture of steamer samovar factory of company SHAKHDAT Brothers & Co in TULA.
Manufacturing time: ~ last quarter of XIX century. Possible the very beginning of XX century.
Body standard cone (wineglass) samovar form with interception in the top part, fragmented, with large front medallions (also called mirror).
Choke simple configuration with wooden round knob on its post.
Crown figure form with patterned cuttings and with two windows for draught.
Cover simple form with two wooden round knobs on their posts and a brass steam exhaust valve.
Round - simple and smooth.
Holders - two with four vertical horns and patterned platform of each brazing to the body, with two figure wooden round handles, each between two horns, and on two tacks fastened by four figure screw-nuts on endings of tacks.
Crane cast, simple form, with cone key and flat vertical figure handle (also called branch)with wooden round knob above.
Ash-pit by construction situated on the crown has two windows for draught.
Base cast, round, standard form of a hip.
Legs patterned four, a little lugs forward.
Ash-shut none.
Special features of design: samovars body is a simple bucket, the heating container with firing fuel (coal, small wooden pieces) the whole with the cover put into water poured into body, and fastened on it by bayonet junction.
Stuff, technique: , , , , , ; , ; , .
Capacity: ~ 5 litters.
Height: 510 mm. Width: 360 mm
Restoration: inner tinning, polish.
Status: 8 marks.
  8. Samovar Vase in a form of acorn, ACORN   ENG  
Samovar Vase in a form of acorn, ACORN, brass. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: trademark on the cover ----
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Manufacturing time: ~ last quarter of XIX century.
Body standard artillery gun samovar form, fragmented, with medallions.
Choke simple configuration with ivory round knob on its post.
Crown figure form with patterned cuttings.
Cover simple form with two ivory round knobs on their posts and a brass steam exhaust valve.
Round cast and patterned.
Holders - four openwork patterned pieces (so called dolphins) with a platform of each brazing to the body by it, with two figure ivory round handles, each between two holders and on two tacks fastened by four figure screw-nuts on endings of tacks.
Crane cast, figure form, with cone key and vertical figure handle (also called branch) with ivory round knob above.
Ash-pit with patterned cuttings, the same as on the crown.
Base cast, round, standard form of a hip.
Legs patterned four, a little lugs forward.
Stuff, technique: brass, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, tinning, assembling; ivory turning and cutting.
Capacity: ~ 7-8 litters.
Height: 580 mm. Width: 350 mm.
Restoration: inner tinning, polish.
Status: 7 marks.
  9. Samovar Vase in a form of crater, CRATER   ENG  
Samovar Vase in a form of crater, CRATER, brass. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: trademark on the cover and face side of the base - : () ... () - , IN KOSTROMA: FACTORY (lower) .P.. (lower) SUMATOKHINs.
Manufacturing time: ~ second quarter of XIX century.
Body samovars form of sphere (or drop) with widely open bell mouth with its end as the Round of samovar.
Clamp - simple configuration with wooden round knob.
Crown figure form with patterned cuttings.
Cover a form with very high goffered neck, with two wooden round knobs on their posts and a brass steam exhaust valve.
Round - simple and smooth.
Holders - four curved as a letter S clamps, with a platform of each brazing to the body by it, with two figure wooden round handles, each between two holders, and on two tacks fastened by four figure screw-nuts on endings of tacks.
Crane cast, simple form, with cone key and flat vertical figure handle.
Ash-pit none.
Base cast, square, standard form.
Legs four, in a form of turned over mushrooms, attached to lower additional plate of the base.
Ash-shut round cover fastened by small hinge to the lower additional plate of the base.
Stuff, technique: brass, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, tinning, assembling; wood turning and cutting.
Capacity: ~ 8 litters.
Height: 480 mm. Width: 310 mm.
Restoration: inner tinning, polish, changed accessories.
Status: 9 marks.
  10. Samovar Vase in a form of sphere, BAZAAR   ENG  
Samovar Vase in a form of sphere, BAZAAR, brass. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: no any trademark.
Manufacturing time: ~ first second quarter of XIX century.
Body of standard samovars vase in a smooth sphere form.
Choke simple configuration with wooden round knob on its post.
Crown figure form with patterned cuttings.
Cover a form with high convex bulged neck, with two wooden round knobs on their posts.
Round - simple and smooth.
Holders one, cast, curved fastening wooden round handle by two cored clutches. Holder is situated in a front rear of samovar position and submitted by two hinges to join with flat platform, riveted and soldered to the upper part of the body.
Crane cast, simple form, forward part of crane has a small hook for water-strainer to be put, with cone key and flat vertical figure handle (also called branch).
Ash-pit with patterned cuttings, the same as on the crown.
Base cast, square, standard form.
Legs four, in a form of turned over mushrooms, attached to lower part of the base.
Ash-shut round with a catch, on the lower part of the base.
Stuff, technique: brass, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, tinning, assembling; wood turning and cutting.
Capacity: ~ 8 litters.
Height: 465 mm., with handle up 530 mm. Width: 430 mm.
Restoration: no need.
Status: 9 marks.
  11. Samovar Vase with handles as horns, TEUTONIC KNIGHT   ENG  
Samovar Vase with handles as horns, TEUTONIC KNIGHT, silver-plated, German silver, chasing. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: trademark Plewkiewic w Warszawie.
Manufacturing time: ~ third quarter of XIX century.
Body in a form of goblet with interception in the top part and with a concave belt at the upper part of the body, ornament of chasing half-spheres interchanging with tendrils in the middle part of the body and chasing vertical strips interchanging with vertical tendrils.
Choke decorated in the middle part by chasing belt of lugged and ornamented half-spheres, also has one ivory round knob on its post.
Crown of complicated form, decorated by chasing belt of lugged and ornamented half-ovals interchanging with vertical strips in the middle part, the upper part has ornament of vertical strips as patterned cuttings. A flat removable disc for teapot is above the crown.
Cover in a form of a hip, decorated in the middle part by chasing belt of lugged and ornamented half-ovals, also with two ivory round knobs on their posts without any steam exhaust valve.
Round decorated with the chasing belt of lugged and ornamented ovals.
Holders two handles as vertical horns ornamented by monsters heads and tendrils with ivory heat isolating washer between two joined parts of each clamp. The chasing base part of each clamp soldered to the body also equipped by several round holes for thermo isolation of the clamp.
Crane cast, in form of monsters head with cone key and flat vertical openwork patterned handle.
Ash-pit equipped by round cuttings.
Base cast, decorated by two chasing belts of lugged ornaments.
Legs four, each made as portrayal of monsters head.
Ash-shut round flat cup at the lower part of the base.
Stuff, technique: German silver, plated by silver, silver applique, inner silvering, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, assembling; ivory turning and cutting.
Capacity: ~ 4 litters.
Height: 450 mm. Width: 310 mm.
Restoration: there is no necessity.
Status: 10 marks.
  12. Samovar Vase in a form of sphere, KRUPP   ENG  
Samovar Vase in a form of sphere, KRUPP, silver-plated. German silver. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: trademark . Krupp & Berndorf Russian branch of German company.
Manufacturing time: ~ third quarter of XIX century.
Body in a form of smooth sphere, above crane on the face side of the body there is a manually engraved monogram C.M..
Choke cylindrical form with ivory round knob on its post.
Crown of complicated form, decorated by stars as patterned cuttings. A flat removable disc for teapot is above the crown.
Cover part, finishing body as a sphere, with two ivory round knobs on their posts and steam exhaust valve with an ivory round knob.
Round simple belt of lugged half-spheres along its length.
Holders cast, four, in curved form as letter S, like vertical horn, decorated by tendrils with patterned platform to brazing to the body and with two figure ivory round handles, each between two horns, and on two tacks fastened by four figure screw-nuts on endings of tacks.
Crane cast, in usual form, with cone key separated in the middle part by ivory washer as thermo isolation and flat vertical openwork patterned handle has a view of three joined rings.
Ash-pit equipped by interchanging dots and commas cuttings.
Base punched, ash container by design, round, with very high post, goffered, joined disjoined to the body by bayonet junction.
Legs four, in a form of turned over mushrooms, attached to lower additional plate of the base.
Ash-shut no need, by design ash can be taken off from the base container for ash after disconnection it from the body.
Stuff, technique: German silver, plated by silver, inner silvering, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, assembling; ivory turning and cutting.
Capacity: ~ 7-8 litters.
Height: 475 mm. Width: 370 mm.
Restoration: no need.
Complete set of this samovar consists of: samovar, tea-tray with the same monogram as samovar has, slop-basin also with the same monogram as samovar has, additionally teapot with ivory handle and knob on the cover had bought to the set.
Status: 10 marks.
  13. Samovar Vase in a form of artillery gun, COCK   ENG  
Samovar Vase in a form of artillery gun, COCK, silver-plated, German silver. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: trademark Fraget w Warszawie. Galw..
Manufacturing time: ~ third quarter of XIX century.
Body standard artillery gun samovar form, with clean medallion (without any monogram), all surface is similar small fish scales.
Choke complicated configuration of hip with ivory round knob on it post.
Crown figure form with patterned cuttings. A flat removable disc for teapot is above the crown.
Cover simple form with two ivory round knobs on their posts and a steam exhaust hole.
Round decorated with the chasing belt of lugged and ornamented by half-balls.
Holders four cast patterned pieces in a form cocks leg each brazing to the body, with two figure metal-ivory round handles, each is embraced by two cocks legs and on two tacks fastened by four figure screw-nuts on endings of tacks.
Crane cast, figure form of cocks beak with comb, with cone key and vertical handle (also called branch) with figure of a cocks head with ivory round knob above.
Ash-pit with high convex bulged part of the base post, with patterned cuttings.
Base cast, square, decorated by belt of lugged ornaments.
Legs cast, four, patterned four, in a form of a ball taken over by cocks paw each, brazing to the lower part of the base.
Ash-shut round cover with a catch, fastened by small hinge on the lower part of the base.
Stuff, technique: German silver, silver - plated by galvanotechnics, inner silvering, special technological operation to produce surface similar small fish scales, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, assembling; ivory turning and cutting.
Capacity: ~ 6-7 litters
Height: 565 mm. Width: 285 mm.
Restoration: no need.
Status: 8 marks.
  14. Samovar Vase in a form of sphere with clamps by lions heads and ring handles, NOBLE   ENG  
Samovar Vase in a form of sphere with clamps by lions heads and ring handles, NOBLE, brass, Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: trademark on the cover - , SIMEON TRAFIMOVs - MOSCOW.
Manufacturing time: ~ second quarter of XIX century.
Body in a form of smooth sphere with interception in the top part, the lower part, decorated by several concentric circles and widely open bell mouth above.
Choke simple configuration with ivory round knob on its post.
Crown of complicated form, with patterned cuttings. A flat removable disc for teapot is above the crown.
Cover in a form of hip without knobs and steam exhaust valve. Soldered with crown inseparable.
Round simple and smooth.
Holders cast, two, in a form of lions head with ring handle in its mouth each.
Crane cast, well lugged forward, with forward-rear moving figure shaft-bow.
Ash-pit none.
Base cast, round, patterned, in a form of a hip. Post of the base get narrowing neck in the middle part.
Legs cast, four, patterned by tendrils. They are lower part of base.
Ash-shut round cover with catch, fastened by small hinge on the lover part of the base.
Stuff, technique: brass, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, tinning, assembling; ivory turning and cutting.
Capacity: ~ 4,5 litters.
Height: 450 mm. Width: 260 mm.
Restoration: n need.
Complete set of this samovar consists of: samovar, tea-tray, slop-basin also with the similar decorative handles of lions head with ring in its mouth each, additionally teapot with the similar spherical body with ivory washers on the handle and knob on its post on the cover was bought to the set.
Status: 10 marks.
  15. Samovar Vase, LADY, BLACK VEIL OVER   ENG  
Samovar Vase, LADY, BLACK VEIL OVER, silver-plated copper, black noble oxide. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: trademark on the cover - -Portrayal of two headed eagle (inscription) - PETS.
Manufacturing time: ~ third quarter of XIX century.
Body of complicated form most similar to the pear.
Choke complicated configuration of hip with ivory round knob on its post.
Crown of complicated form, with patterned cuttings with a form of vertical arrows.
Cover without knobs and steam exhaust valve. Soldered with crown inseparable. The place of soldering covered by the silver applique ornamented belt.
Round patterned form with applique of silver tendrils border.
Holders four, in form as a vertical horn, decorated by tendrils brazing to the body and with two figure ivory round handles, each between two horns, and on two tacks fastened by its endings riveted.
Crane cast, with ripples of half-balls along the upper part of it and with forward-rear moving figure shaft-bow.
Ash-pit lugged and at convex bulge of high part of the base post, with round patterned cuttings.
Base punched, flat, with rounded corners and with the post of the base get narrow in the middle part, with the silver applique ornamented border.
Legs four, patterned and brazing to the lower part the base.
Ash-shut round cover with catch, fastened by small hinge on the lover part of the base.
Stuff, technique: copper, plated by silver, inner silvering, silver applique ornamented border, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, assembling; ivory turning and cutting.
Capacity: ~ 7-8 litters.
Height: 490 mm. With tube 690 mm. Width: 390 mm.
Restoration: no need.
Complete set of this samovar consists of: samovar, patterned tea-tray with silver applique ornamented border and four patterned legs, tube (removable chimney) for draw with a metal handle separated from the tube by ivory washer as thermo isolator.
Status: 10 marks.
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