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  16. Samovar Vase in a form of goblet - crater, GLADIATORs GOBLET   ENG  
Samovar Vase in a form of goblet - crater, GLADIATORs GOBLET, silver-plated, light noble oxide. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: trademark none. As a version - by Sevrugin.
Manufacturing time: ~ second - third quarter of XIX century.
Body in a form of fragmented goblet.
Choke complicated configuration of hip with nacre round knob on its post.
Crown of complicated form.
Cover simple punched form, with two nacre round knobs on their posts, with steam exhaust valve. Soldered with crown inseparable.
Round the upper part decorated by silver applique ornamented border, the lower part has a belt of lugged half-spheres along its length.
Holders two curved as a letter S holders, each brazing to the body in two points, decorated by tendrils of acanthus.
Crane cast, in form of monsters head with forward-rear moving figure shaft-bow in a form of two fishes joined in the middle of bow by their tails.
Ash-pit on the goffered post of base with pound cuttings.
Base punched, round form with decoration by silver applique ornamented border.
Legs the lower part of the base, also decorated by silver applique ornamented border.
Ash-shut round cover with catch, fastened by small hinge on the lover part of the base.
Stuff, technique: German silver or copper, plated by silver, inner silvering, silver applique ornamented border, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, assembling; nacre cutting.
Capacity: ~ 7 litters.
Height: 460 mm. Width: 410 mm.
Restoration: there is no necessity.
Complete set of this samovar consists of: samovar, patterned tea tray with silver applique ornamented border and smooth slop-basin in a form of a small patterned vase.
Status: 10 marks.
  17. Samovar Vase in a form of double cones, CHESS QUEEN   ENG  
Samovar Vase in a form of double cones, CHESS QUEEN, brass. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: trademark on the cover - two double print of medals - (inscription): . . - two double print of medals.
Manufacturing time: ~ third quarter of XIX century.
Body in a form of cone with vertical eight patterned columns like braids and mirror-medallion on the front part of the body, the lower part of the body has a small cone body with twelve prominent-concave medallions. Such design of the body called Queen.
Choke complicated configuration of hip with nacre round knob on its post.
Crown of complicated form with patterned cuttings and cast patterned corona.
Cover simple punched form of hip, with two ivory round knobs on their posts, with steam exhaust valve.
Round cast, figure patterned.
Holders four, openwork pieces 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 each tack.
Crane cast, figure, like two conjunct parts by design with cone key and vertical handle ended by figure of bird with ivory round knob on its post above.
Ash-pit none.
Base cast, square with lugs on each side of the base.
Legs four at each corner of the base, patterned, with cuts, lugged a little forward, the lower component part of the base.
Ash-shut round cover with catch, fastened by small hinge to the lower additional plate of the base.
Stuff, technique: brass, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, tinning, assembling; ivory turning and cutting.
Capacity: ~ 7, 0 litters.
Height: 590 mm. Width: 380 mm.
Restoration: no need.
Status: 9 marks.
  18. Samovar Vase in a form of crater, TOMBAC CRATER   ENG  
Samovar Vase in a form of crater, TOMBAC CRATER, tombac. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: trademark on the cover - medal PROVINCE EXPOSITION - trademark - PLANT IN DANILOV 1st sort PUSHKOV reverse of medal: Yaroslavl farming in the middle to N.V. PUSHKOV.
Manufacturing time: ~ second quarter of XIX century.
Body in a form of crater.
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 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 each tack.
Crane cast, simple form, with cone key and vertical figure handle with wooden round knob above.
Ash-pit with patterned cuttings, the same as on the crown.
Base square, standard form.
Legs four, cone form, attached to the lower additional plate of the base.
Stuff, technique: tombac, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, tinning, assembling; wooden turning and cutting.
Capacity: ~ 9-10 litters.
Height: 555 mm. Width: 410 mm.
Restoration: inner tinning, polishing.
Status: 9 marks.
  19. Samovar Vase in a form of turnip, TURNIP   ENG  
Samovar Vase in a form of turnip, TURNIP, brass. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: trademark on the cover- NICOLAS VORONTSOVs in TULA.
Manufacturing time: ~ third quarter of XIX century.
Body in a form of turnip.
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 in a form of a duck.
Round - cast 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 each tack.
Crane cast, simple form, with cone key and vertical figure handle with wooden round knob above.
Ash-pit with patterned cuttings, the same as on the crown.
Base square, standard form.
Legs four, a little lugged forward, lower part of the base.
Stuff, technique: brass, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, tinning, assembling; wooden turning and cutting.
Capacity: ~ 10 litters.
Height: 455 mm. Width: 420 mm.
Restoration: inner tinning, polishing.
Status: 9 marks.
  20. Samovar Vase in a form of pot   ENG  
Samovar Vase in a form of pot, brass, kerosene. Component part of collection branch - kerosene samovars. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: trademark on the cover - FACTORY of B.G.TEILE lower - FACTORY TRADEMARK.
Manufacturing time: ~ last quarter of XIX century. Possible the very beginning of XX century.
Body standard samovars form pot with interception in the top part. Four prints of medals on the front part of the body. Joined to the base by two hooks.
Choke simple configuration with wooden round knob on its post.
Crown figure form with patterned cuttings.
Cover simple form with high convex bulged neck, two wooden round knobs on their posts and a brass steam exhaust valve.
Round - cast 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 each tack.
Crane cast, simple form, with cone key and vertical figure handle with wooden round knob above.
Ash-pit with vertical strip cuttings.
Base round tin for kerosene, with metallic jam with drain hole, square, standard form. Base post equipped by handle of f lame adjusting mechanism by removing wick, two inspection windows with micas and wick injection window sliding to the right-left position with a screw to fix it.
Legs four, in a simple form lions paws, soldered to lower part of base-pot.
Ash-shut not provided by design.
Stuff, technique: brass, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, tinning, assembling; micas, wooden turning and cutting.
Capacity: ~ 2,5-3 litters.
Height: 480 mm. Width: 250 mm.
Restoration: inner tinning, polishing.
Status: 10 marks.
  21. Samovar Vase, BLACK VASE   ENG  
Samovar Vase, BLACK VASE, silver-plated, copper, black noble oxide. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: trademark upper surface of the base Print of two-headed eagle lower -ROZENSTRAUCH.
Manufacturing time: ~ second - third quarter of XIX century.
Body of complicated form most similar to the pear.
Choke complicated configuration of hip with metallic round knob on its post.
Crown of complicated form, with round cuttings. A flat removable disc for teapot is above the crown.
Cover with two round ivory knobs on their posts and without steam exhaust valve. Soldered with crown inseparable. The place of soldering covered by the silver applique ornamented belt.
Round patterned form with rich applique of silver tendrils.
Holders cast, four, in form of letter S like 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, patterned with cast tendrils and with forward-rear moving figure shaft-bow.
Ash-pit by design situated on the ash-shut as round cuttings.
Base punched, flat, square, with four rounded hollows on each side, with rounded corners, decorated by the silver applique ornament and with the very high post of the base get narrow in the middle part, with the silver applique ornamented belt in the middle of the post.
Legs four, patterned by cast tendrils and brazing to the lower part the base.
Ash-shut round detachable cup with round cuttings 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: ~ 5 litters.
Height: 450 mm. With tube 650 mm. Width: 325 mm.
Restoration: no need.
Complete set of this samovar consists of: samovar, tube (removable chimney) for draw with a metal handle separated from the tube by ivory washer as thermo isolation.
Status: 10 marks.
  22. Samovar Vase in a form of goblet - crater, BLACK MARQUIS   ENG  
Samovar Vase in a form of goblet - crater, BLACK MARQUIS, copper, silver-plated, very black silver oxide. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: trademark on the face side of the base Portrayal of two headed eagle (inscription) - PETS.
Manufacturing time: ~ third quarter of XIX century.
Body in a form of fragmented goblet.
Choke no.
Crown double, the upper crown of complicated form with patterned cuttings, the lower as a collar or widely open bell mouth without any cuttings.
Cover simple punched form, without knobs or steam exhaust valve.
Round smooth and simple.
Holders cast, four, in form of tendrils bough, like curved up horns, each brazing to the body by tendrils platform, and with two figure of expensive wood 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 tendrils bough, with forward-rear moving figure shaft-bow in a form of two fishes joined in the middle of bow by their tails.
Ash-pit none.
Base cast, square form with convex bulge at high post.
Legs four, in a form of turned over mushrooms, attached to lower additional plate of the base.
Ash-shut round cover with catch, fastened by small hinge on the bottom of the base.
Stuff, technique: copper, plated by silver, inner silvering, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, assembling; wood turning and cutting.
Capacity: ~ 4, 5 - 5 litters.
Height: 460 mm. Width: 320 mm.
Restoration: no need.
Complete set of this samovar consists of: samovar and engraved slop basin in a form of a small patterned vase.
Status: 9 marks.
  23. Samovar Vase in a form of fragmented egg, RAM   ENG  
Samovar Vase in a form of fragmented egg, RAM, silver-plated, copper. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: trademark on the base - A. KACH shield (A.K.) portrayal of mans head into the circle (G.P.) - portrayal of mans head into the circle .
Manufacturing time: ~ third quarter of XIX century.
Body in a form of vertically fragmented egg with its neck narrowing in the middle of the post.
Choke high, simple configuration, made in tin, with ivory knob on its post.
Crown high, complicated configuration, openwork metallic net, removable metallic disc for teapot is above the crown.
Cover simple punched form, with ivory knobs on their posts, without steam exhaust valve.
Round simple, smooth, on the upper part of the neck of the base.
Holders cast, patterned, vertical, long, brazing to a body by lower and upper tendrils of cramps, above upper tendril cramp divided in two equal parts, both in a form of tendril, between them an ivory round handles are placed on two tacks fastened by four figure screw-nuts on endings of tacks.
Crane in a cast form rams head with horns, with cone key and flat vertical openwork handle (branch) with ivory cover copying configuration of branch, with figure screw-nut fastening the key at bottom.
Ash-pit round cuttings at bottom of convex bulge of the post of the base.
Base cast, round, in a form of hip.
Legs three, cast, form of tendrils of acanthus.
Ash-shut round cover with catch, fastened by small hinge on the bottom of the base.
Stuff, technique: copper, plated by silver, inner silvering, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, assembling; ivory turning and cutting.
Capacity: ~ 6 - 7 litters.
Height: 475 mm. Width: 315 mm.
Restoration: set of accessories completed.
Status: 7 marks.
  24. Samovar Tombac vase all surface covered by manually engraved pattern, TULAs EAST   ENG  
Samovar Tombac vase all surface covered by manually engraved pattern, TULAs EAST, tombac. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: no trademark.
Manufacturing time: ~ third quarter of XIX century.
Body vase with medallions, all surface of the body covered by engraved pattern.
Choke simple form, with cone ivory knob on its post, all surface of the choke covered by engraved pattern.
Crown standard form with cuttings of joined rings, with removable disc for teapot above, all surface of the crown and disc covered by engraved pattern.
Cover simple punched form, with two cone ivory knobs on their posts, with steam exhaust valve, all surface of the cover and valve covered by engraved pattern.
Round cast, patterned, all surface of the round covered by engraved pattern.
Holders two, curved in a form of letter S, with four vertical horns and patterned platform of each brazing to the body, with two figure ivory round handles, each on tack between two horns fastened by four figure screw-nuts at endings of the tasks. All surface of the clamps covered by engraved pattern.
Crane cast, simple form, with cone key and vertical figure handle with ivory round knob above. All surface of the crane covered by engraved pattern.
Ash-pit with patterned cuttings, the same as on the crown. All surface of the ash-pit covered by engraved pattern.
Base square, standard form. All surface of the base and post covered by engraved pattern.
Legs four, a little lugged forward, lower part of the base. All surface of legs covered by engraved pattern.
Ash-shut round cover with catch, fastened by small hinge on the bottom of the base.
Stuff, technique: tombac, manual engraving, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, tinning, assembling; ivory turning and cutting.
Capacity: ~ 6 litters.
Height: 460 mm. Width: 360 mm.
Restoration: there is no necessity.
Complete set of this samovar consists of: samovar, manually engraved brass slop basin, manually engraved brass tea tray and manually engraved brass teapot.
Status: 9-10 marks.
  25. Samovar Vase in a form of egg, M. CHEKALINs KEROSINE SAMOVAR   ENG  
Samovar Vase in a form of egg, M. CHEKALINs KEROSINE SAMOVAR. brass, kerosene. Component part of collection branch - kerosene samovars. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: trademark on the cover and on the base, lots of different medals - M. CHEKALIN IN TULA and MOSCOW.
Manufacturing time: ~ last quarter of XIX century. Possible the very beginning of XX century.
Body in a form of egg. Joined to the post of the base by three adjusting screws.
Choke simple configuration with wooden round knob on its post.
Crown figure form with patterned cuttings.
Cover simple punched form, 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 each tack.
Crane cast, simple form, with cone key and flat vertical patterned handle.
Ash-pit high metallic net.
Base round tin for kerosene, with metallic jam with drain hole, standard form. Base post equipped by handle of f lame adjusting mechanism by removing wick.
Legs punched, four, soldered to lower part and bottom of base-pot.
Ash-shut not provided by design.
Stuff, technique: brass, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, tinning, assembling; wooden turning and cutting.
Capacity: ~ 3,5-4 litters.
Height: 440 mm. Width: 350 mm.
Restoration: no.
Status: 6 marks.
  26. Samovar Oval vase. Renaissance, ROCKET   ENG  
Samovar Oval vase. Renaissance, ROCKET, brass, nickel-plated. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: trademark on the cover Honored citizen four prints of medals VORONTSOV BROTHERS.
Manufacturing time: ~ last quarter of XIX century. Possible the very beginning of XX century.
Body cylinder with rounded edges.
Choke simple configuration with ivory round knob on its post.
Crown figure form with patterned cuttings. Removable punched disc for teapot is above the crown.
Cover punched form, with high convex bulged neck, with two ivory round knobs on their posts and a steam exhaust valve with its ivory round knob above.
Round - simple and smooth.
Holders cast, four, curved form, with platforms of each brazing to the body, with two figure ivory round handles, each between two holders, and on two tacks fastened by four figure screw-nuts on endings of each tack.
Crane cast in a form of duck at the end, with cone key and patterned curved handle with a figure of small duck and ivory round knob above.
Ash-pit with patterned cuttings, the same as on the crown.
Base no by design.
Legs four, curved, long, brazing to the body of the ash-pit, the lower part of the leg is metal rectangular with metal round detail as decoration above .
Ash-shut in a form of cup, removable, attached to the bottom of ash-pit, with metal round handle as decoration at bottom.
Stuff, technique: brass, nickel-plated, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, tinning, assembling; ivory turning and cutting.
Capacity: ~ 7 litters.
Height: 510 mm. Width: 370 mm.
Restoration: no need.
Status: 10 marks.
  27. Samovar Vase, BOUGH   ENG  
Samovar Vase, BOUGH, German silver. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: trademark Fraget w Warszawie. Galw.
Manufacturing time: ~ last quarter of XIX century.
Body of samovars form called as artillery gun with rounded lower edge.
Choke simple configuration with ivory round knob on its post.
Crown figure form with patterned cuttings and with waved upper edge.
Cover punched form, with two ivory round knobs on their posts.
Round in a form of punched and waved strip.
Holders cast, two, in a form of knots, each combined by following parts: two platforms upper and lower, each brazing to the body, vertical handle, two figure ivory round washers as thermo isolators. Holders are assembled by joint-pins.
Crane cast, with cone key and two horizontal handles, assembled with key by carving, with the usage of two ivory washers as thermo isolators, with figure screw-nut fastening the key at bottom and ivory washer as thermo isolator.
Ash-pit with patterned cuttings, the same as on the crown.
Base cast, square, with rounded corners, high post get narrowed in the middle part.
Legs four, patterned, in a form of knots.
Ash-shut punched, in a form of low cup, bayoneted to the bottom of the base.
Stuff, technique: German silver, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, tinning, assembling; ivory turning and cutting.
Capacity: ~ 6 litters.
Height: 490 mm. Width: 340 mm.
Restoration: completed by accessories
Status: 4 marks.
  28. Samovar Vase, DENATURAT (methylated spirit)   ENG  
Samovar Vase, DENATURAT (methylated spirit), brass. Component part of collection branch - kerosene samovars. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: trademark on the base of crane - ... ڻ, - S.V.Z. (as P- plant) lower DENATURAT.
Manufacturing time: ~ last quarter of XIX century. Possible the very beginning of XX century.
Body in a form of goblet with three prominent rings a little above the place of clamps brazing.
Choke simple configuration with wooden round knob on its post.
Crown figure form with patterned cuttings.
Cover simple punched form, with two wooden round knobs on their posts and a brass steam exhaust valve.
Round - simple and smooth.
Holders cast, 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 each tack.
Crane cast, complicated form, with cone key and horizontal handle (branch) and round wooden knob above.
Ash-pit with patterned cuttings, the same as on the crown. Among cuttings there is lighting (ignition) window.
Base round tin for denaturat (methylated spirit), with metallic jam with drain hole. Bayoneted with the body by the upper part of the ash-pit.
Legs cast round patterned ring soldered with the bottom of base-pot, with four small legs.
Ash-shut not provided by design.
Stuff, technique: brass, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, tinning, assembling; wooden turning and cutting.
Capacity: ~ 4 litters.
Height: 500 mm. Width: 320 mm.
Restoration: no need.
Status: 9 marks.
  29. Samovar Vase in a form of crater with clamps in a form of shells, NOBLE OXIDE   ENG  
Samovar Vase in a form of crater with clamps in a form of shells, NOBLE OXIDE. Tombac, with noble chocolate oxide. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: no trademark, on the back side of the base printed 5106.
Manufacturing time: ~ first - second quarter of XIX century.
Body of fragmented crater.
Choke simple configuration with wooden round knob on its post.
Crown figure form with patterned cuttings.
Cover simple punched form, with two wooden round knobs on their posts and a steam exhaust valve.
Round - simple and smooth.
Holders cast, two with four vertical horns, where horns joined in upper point they form patterned shell with wooden plate as thermo isolator fixed to the shell by screws. Patterned platform of each brazing to the body.
Crane cast, complicated form, with cone key and patterned handle (branch) and round wooden knob above.
Ash-pit no one by design.
Base cast, square.
Legs four, in a form of turned over mushrooms, attached to the base and additional bottom plate of the base.
Ash-shut round cover with catch, fastened by small hinge on the additional bottom plate of the base.
Stuff, technique: tombac, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, assembling; tinning, wood turning and cutting.
Capacity: ~ 8 litters.
Height: 500 mm. Width: 390 mm.
Restoration: there is no necessity.
Status: 6 marks.
  30. Samovar Vase in a form of facet (fragmented) pot   ENG  
Samovar Vase in a form of facet (fragmented) pot, brass, kerosene. Component part of collection branch - kerosene samovars. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: trademark B.G.TEILE in TULA.
Manufacturing time: ~ last quarter of XIX century. Possible the very beginning of XX century.
Body in a form of fragmented pot with interception in the top part.
Choke simple configuration with wooden round knob on its post.
Crown figure form with patterned cuttings.
Cover simple punched 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 each tack.
Crane cast, simple form, with cone key and vertical figure handle with wooden round knob above.
Ash-pit with vertical strip cuttings.
Base round tin for kerosene, with metallic jam with drain hole, standard form. Base post equipped by handle of f lame adjusting mechanism by removing wick, a frame for wick injection and two inspection windows with micas with a screw to fix it. The upper part of the post of the base connected to the bottom of the body by two screws.
Legs three, in a simple form of balls, soldered to lower part of base-pot.
Ash-shut not provided by design.
Stuff, technique: brass, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, tinning, assembling; micas, wooden turning and cutting.
Capacity: ~ 5 litters.
Height: 510 mm. Width: 300 mm.
Restoration: inner tinning, polishing.
Status: 10 marks.
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