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  91. Samovar Vase - a cup, a lamp, ROSENE SAMOVAR-LAMP   ENG  
Samovar Vase - a cup, a lamp, ROSENE SAMOVAR-LAMP, brass. Component part of collection branch - kerosene samovars. A samovar of double applicability: kerosene samovar and a desk lamp.Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: trademark on a cover: on circle GREGORY POLIAKOV, in the center - F. in TULA.
Manufacturing time: ~ last quarter of XIX century.
Body in a form of a cup with interception in the top part. The jug (an internal pipe) has the form of cylinder sharply extending from top to bottom (under the form reminding an ancient glass lamp), in an internal part has two parallel metal tubes, soldered in a jug. The bottom part of the body smoothly extends down to form a flat circle of the body.
Choke simple configuration with ivory round knob on its post.
Crown of complicated form, with patterned cuttings, soldered to the cover.
Cover punched, simple form with two round ivory knobs on their posts and steam exhaust valve.
Round - simple, smooth, flat.
Holders cast, two, with vertical horns, curved as a letter S, with round platform of brazing to the body, with figure ivory round handle, between two horns, each on tack fastened by two figure screw-nuts on endings of tack.
Crane cast, simple form with a cone key, with flat vertical openwork handle.
Ash-pit patterned cuttings at the upper part of the post of the base.
Base is a capacity for kerosene, the hemispherical form, without legs. The jellied mouth represents an aperture in which on a groove fastens double wick mechanism of the burning, having two adjustments of a flame of wick rotating handles (on one on each wick) and the lever of the mechanism of compulsory suppression of matches. The bottom part of the mechanism of burning has the punching which is carrying out a role of ash-pit, the circle punched by round apertures, two metal flat tubes for installation in them of wicks and two metal blinds compulsory suppression of wicks. From above the mechanism of burning it is established demountable cover with two long cuttings for a flame of wicks and openwork punched crown (border) intended for deduction of a glass lamp on the mechanism of burning. The body is put on external rim of the mechanism of burning without mechanical fixing, after removal from above mentioned demountable cover. Observation windows are not present. Ignition of wicks is made after removal the body from the base of a samovar. Instead of the body on the base, into openwork punched crown (border), the glass lamp for constant illumination of a premise(room) can be established.
Legs no by design.
Ash-shut no by design.
Stuff, technique: brass, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, inner tinning, assembling; wick, ivory turning and cutting.
Capacity: ~ 1,5 litters.
Height: 410 mm. Height of a lamp: 265 mm. Width: 245 mm.
Restoration: there is no necessity.
Status: 7 marks.
  92. Samovar Vase in a form of a wine-glass with small tank, ROSENE - with small tank   ENG  
Samovar Vase in a form of a wine-glass with small tank, ROSENE - with small tank, kerosene, brass. Component part of collection branch - kerosene samovars. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: trademark on a cover: two images of a medal arms Br. SHEMARINS in Tula - two images of a medal; from above an inscription SOLE SUPPLIERS FOR PERSIAN CHAH.
Manufacturing time: ~ last quarter of XIX century.
Body in a form of a wine-glass with interception in the top part. The jug (an internal pipe) has the standard form; in an internal part has two crossed (one above another) metal tubes, soldered in a jug.
Choke simple configuration with wooden round knob on its post.
Crown of complicated form, with patterned cuttings, soldered to the cover.
Cover punched, simple form with two round wooden knobs on their posts and steam exhaust valve.
Round - simple, smooth, flat.
Holders cast, two, with vertical horns, curved as a letter S, with round platform of brazing to the body, with figure wooden round handle, between two horns, each on tack fastened by two figure screw-nuts on endings of tack.
Crane cast, simple form with a cone key, with figured patterned handle and wooden knob above.
Ash-pit thirteen long vertical cuttings, in front it is punched by two round apertures for ignition of kerosene and for observation. Between round apertures (cuttings) on the forward side of cylindrical ash-pit, the fixing screw-nut of the burning mechanism, which looks like two horizontal, connected among themselves pipes, bottom of which - a burner, in the top part has small round perforations for a flame, and can be unscrewed in the back part of the ash-pit from a groove of the connecting tubular crosspiece. A horizontal tube of submission of fuel are located a little higher the burner, fastens to a vertical tube a lambskin nut, is higher on which the crane of submission of fuel is established. The vertical tube connects the crane to conic capacity for kerosene, return cone to cone of the body, having the internal mesh filter and a cover with metal quick and a drainage aperture.
Base cast, round, in a form of a hip.
Legs lower part of the base, patterned in a form of hoofs, a little lug forward.
Ash-shut round cover with catch, fastened by small hinge on the bottom of the base.
Stuff, technique: brass, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, inner tinning, assembling; wood turning and cutting.
Capacity: ~ 1,75 litters.
Height: 415 mm. Width: 300x240 mm.
Restoration: there is no necessity.
Status: 7 marks.
  93. Samovar Vase, A. Kachs WHITE VASE   ENG  
Samovar Vase, A. Kachs WHITE VASE, silver-plated copper, with light black oxide. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: trademark on a cover: on two letters ".". And "G.P." - there corresponds to a brand of samovars of Alexander Kach, Moscow.
Manufacturing time: ~ middle of XIX century.
Body in a form of vase with medallions sides.
Choke complicated configuration with massive ivory round knob on its post.
Crown of complicated form, with patterned cuttings.
Cover punched, simple form with two ivory round knobs on their posts and round aperture as a steam exhaust valve.
Round - simple, smooth, flat.
Holders cast, patterned four, curved as a letter S, similar vertical horns brazing to the body, with combined ivory-metallic round handle, between two horns, each on tack fastened by two figure screw-nuts on endings of tack.
Crane cast with a thickening at the basis, soldering to the body, the spout has the form of high boot. Cone key with patterned handle and ivory figured knob above.
Ash-pit in the form of convex bulge, with patterned cuttings, that represents an openwork metal grid.
Base cast, square, with its post is narrowed in the middle.
Legs four, lower part of the base, in a form of tendrils.
Ash-shut round cover with metallic knob and catch, fastened with hinge to the bottom of the base.
Stuff, technique: silver-plated copper, inner and external silvering, with light black oxide, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, assembling; ivory turning and cutting.
Capacity: ~ 2,25 litters.
Height: 415 mm. Width: 295 mm.
Restoration: external silvering.
Status: 10 marks.
  94. Samovar Vase with flower medallions, FLOWER MEDALLIONS   ENG  
Samovar Vase with flower medallions, FLOWER MEDALLIONS, nickel-plated brass. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: trademark is absent.
Manufacturing time: ~ last quarter of XIX century.
Body in a form of vase with twelve medallions, all surface of medallions covered by prominently minted flowers.
Choke simple configuration with ivory round knob on its post.
Crown cast, of complicated form, with patterned cuttings, with patterned upper rim (border).
Cover punched, simple form with two ivory round knobs on their posts and a steam exhaust valve.
Round cast, with a wreath of flower and leaves patterns and figured apertures alongside of the perimeter of the round.
Holders two lateral, with a flower patterns and figured apertures, with two vertical horns like the letter S , with patterned platform each, independent brazing to the body, with ivory handle put between two horns on tack and fastened by two screw-nuts at endings of the tack each.
Crane cast complicated figured form with a cone key and figured openwork with acorns and leaves and ivory round knob above.
Ash-pit as patterned cuttings, the same as on the crown.
Base cast, round, in a form of hip, ornamented by cast tendrils and apertures.
Legs four, the lower part of the base, lug a little forward.
Ash-shut round cover with metal knob and catch, joined by hinge to the bottom of the base.
Stuff, technique: nickel-plated brass, inner tinning, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, assembling; ivory turning and cutting.
Capacity: ~ 5,2 litters.
Height: 465 mm. Width: 360 mm.
Restoration: there is no necessity.
Status: 10 marks.
  95. Samovar Vase in a form of fragmented cup, BATASHEVs FRAGMENTED CUP   ENG  
Samovar Vase in a form of fragmented cup, BATASHEVs FRAGMENTED CUP, brass. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: trademark on a cover: at the left two rubbed prints of one medal with an inscription from above silver, below 1908; in the center rubbed brand: SAMOVAR FACTORY . Of .. BATASHEV in TULA; on the right: two rubbed prints of one medal with an inscription from above silver..
Manufacturing time: ~ the beginning of XX century.
Body in a form of fragmented cup.
Choke simple configuration with wooden round knob on its post.
Crown of complicated form, with patterned cuttings.
Cover punched, simple form with two round wooden knobs on their posts and steam exhaust valve.
Round - simple, smooth, flat.
Holders cast, two, with vertical horns, curved as a letter S, with patterned platform of brazing to the body, with figure wooden round handle, between two horns, each on tack fastened by two figure screw-nuts on endings of tack.
Crane cast, simple form with a cone key, with figured patterned handle and wooden knob above.
Ash-pit no.
Base cast, round, in a form of a hip.
Legs four, lower part of the base, with apertures, lug a little forward.
Ash-shut round cover with a knob and catch, fastened by hinge to bottom additional plate of the base.
Stuff, technique: brass, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, inner tinning, assembling; wood turning and cutting.
Capacity: ~ 5,5 litters.
Height: 490 mm. Width: 350 mm.
Restoration: there is no necessity.
Status: 9 marks.
  96. Samovar Vase in a form of minted cylinder - the modern style, MODERN   ENG  
Samovar Vase in a form of minted cylinder - the modern style, MODERN, brass. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: trademark is absent.
Manufacturing time: ~ the beginning of XX century.
Body in a form of minted cylinder - the modern style, with the same minted pattern on front and rear sides of the body. Put on the upper edge of the base without mechanical fixing.
Choke simple configuration with ivory round knob on its post.
Crown of complicated form, with patterned cuttings, soldered to the cover.
Cover punched, simple form without knobs and steam exhaust valve.
Round - simple, smooth, flat.
Holders lateral two, flat, punched, complicated form, decorated with punched pattern, soldered to the body in two upper and bottom places.
Crane cast, simple form with a cone key, with flat figured openwork handle.
Ash-pit as openwork cuttings along perimeter of cylindrical form of the base.
Base of cylindrical form with openwork cuttings, similar cuttings of the crown, with soldered flat circle form plate at bottom.
Legs three, cast, in a form of lions paws, soldered at angle equal 120 degrees to the bottom of the base.
Ash-shut the detachable bottom of the base is also the ash-shut.
Stuff, technique: brass, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, inner tinning, assembling; ivory turning and cutting.
Capacity: ~ 4,0 litters.
Height: 405 mm. Width: 270 mm.
Restoration: there is no necessity.
Status: 7 marks.
  97. Samovar Vase in a form of segmented pear with dolphins, A.KACHs DOLPHINS   ENG  
Samovar Vase in a form of segmented pear with dolphins, A.KACHs DOLPHINS, silver-plated copper, with black noble oxide. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: trademark on the base: in circle - (A.K.) - A board, a head in a circle, (G.P.), a head in a circle .
Manufacturing time: ~ third quarter of XIX century.
Body pear-shaped form with direct shares (segments). On a face and lower side of the body the crown is engraved, is little bit lower - the monogram - with the initials M and O.
Choke no.
Crown complicated form, with upper disc for teapot and openwork cuttings at cylindrical part of the crown, that represents an openwork metal grid.
Cover punched, complicated, segmented form, with two nacre knobs on their posts, without steam exhaust valve.
Round no, cover is smoothly put on upper part of the body, copying all segments of the body.
Holders two, cast, curved as letter S, each consists of three parts: the upper - with patterned by leaves tendrils platform brazing to the body, the middle and the lower - with patterned by leaves tendrils platform brazing to the body. Each part of holder joined to another by joint-pin, two ivory washers divide parts of each holder for their thermo isolation.
Crane cast, simple form with cone key and flat openwork handle covered on both sides with nacreous figured plates, copying the pattern of the handle.
Ash-pit convex bulge at the middle part of the post of the base, as openwork cuttings, that represents an openwork metal grid.
Base punched, round, with high post.
Legs cast, four, in a form of dolphin, each threaded by screw to the lower plate of the base.
Ash-shut round cover with a knob and catch, fastened by hinge to additional plate soldered to the bottom of the base.
Stuff, technique: silver-plated copper, inner and external silvering, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, assembling; ivory and nacre turning and cutting.
Capacity: ~ 5-6 litters.
Height: 465 mm. With a tube 670. Width: 330 mm.
Restoration: there is no necessity.
Complete set of this samovar consists of: samovar, tube (removable chimney) for draw with a metal handle.
Status: 10 marks.
  98. Samovar Vase in a form of paschal egg - yurta, FRAGETs PASCHALTER EGG   ENG  
Samovar Vase in a form of paschal egg - yurta, FRAGETs PASCHALTER EGG, silver-plated copper, with light black oxide. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: trademark on the bottom of the base: "3918", FRAGET W WARSZAWIE, GALW. and N.
Manufacturing time: ~ third quarter of XIX century.
Body in a form of paschal smooth egg yurt (an egg with sharp end up).
Choke punched, in a form of saucer with metal knob.
Crown complicated form, with removable upper disc for teapot and openwork cuttings.
Cover punched, is smoothly formed the upper form of egg, with two ivory egg-shape knobs on their posts.
Round simple, smooth.
Holders four cast patterned pieces, curved as letter S, like horn up each by tendrils patterned platforms brazing to the body, with two figure ivory round handles, each is embraced between two horns on two tacks fastened by four cast as flower screw-nuts on endings of tacks.
Crane cast, complicated form, spout decorated by leaf, forming a lug for fastening a water-strainer, thick part decorated by tendrils soldered to the body. Has a cone key with cast patterned by tendrils handle with round ivory knob above, fastened to the bottom of the crane by patterned screw-nut.
Ash-pit as openwork cuttings at the upper bulge of the post of the base.
Base cast, square, with high post having two upper and middle bulges.
Legs four, as tendril leaves at corners, lug a little forward, lower part of the base .
Ash-shut round cover with a knob and catch, fastened by hinge to the bottom of the base.
Stuff, technique: silver-plated copper, inner and external silvering, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, assembling; ivory turning and cutting.
Capacity: ~ 6-7 litters.
Height: 500 mm. Width: 340 mm.
Restoration: there is no necessity.
Status: 10 marks.
  99. Samovar Vase in a form of semi-egg, YAROSLAVTSEVs SEMI-EGG   ENG  
Samovar Vase in a form of semi-egg, YAROSLAVTSEVs SEMI-EGG, brass. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: trademark on a face side of the base BASIL YAROSLAVTSEV in MOSCOW.
Manufacturing time: ~ first quarter of XIX century.
Body in a form of egg at top part widening passing in a round.
Choke simple configuration with wooden round knob on its post.
Crown of complicated form, with patterned cuttings.
Cover punched, simple form with two round wooden knobs on their posts and steam exhaust valve with round wooden knob above.
Round - simple, smooth.
Holders cast, four, curved as a letter S, similar vertical horns with square platform of brazing to the body, with figure wooden round handle, between two horns, each on tack fastened by two figure screw-nuts on endings of tack.
Crane cast, simple form, with cone key and flat figure handle.
Ash-pit as patterned cuttings, the same as on the crown.
Base cast, square. Post of the base is narrowed in the middle part.
Legs four, in a form of turned over mushrooms at corners of the base.
Ash-shut round cover with metallic knob fastened to bottom of the base.
Stuff, technique: brass, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, inner tinning, assembling; wood turning and cutting.
Capacity: ~ 1,25 litters.
Height: 290 mm. Width: 210 mm.
Restoration: there is no necessity.
Status: 6 marks.
  100. Samovar - coffee pot. PATENT ANGEMELDET   ENG  
Samovar - coffee pot. PATENT ANGEMELDET . , nickel-plated brass. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: trademark - two superimposed plates in the bottom part 0f the body with inscriptions: 1. - on top, oval - PATENT ANGEMELDET; 2. - on bottom, rectangular KNECHTS BLITZ MOKKA. (Presumably manufacturer -Fraget w Warszawie).
Manufacturing time: ~last quarter of XIX century.
Body the cylindrical form with two acting belts in the top and bottom part; inside consists of two unequal cavities (one for water, the second for the just-milled coffee), shared by a vertical partition. On lateral faces of the body two holders - probes, for installation of a coffee pot on an arch of the base, and the plate - terminator of overturning of a coffee pot back are soldered. The top plane of the body has two apertures located on axes front- rear. Back, the aperture with a groove is located above the internal chamber with water, closed by a fuse with a groove on which center there passes the bent tube serving for submission of boiled water in capacity with coffee. The front aperture serves for installation in it of the cylindrical container for just-milled coffee with demountable strainer bookmarks of coffee, fastened in the bottom of the chamber the special holder on bayonet connection. The bent tube serving for submission of boiled water in the container with coffee, in an average, highest part has a cylindrical thickening on which it is horizontal two are established porcelain knobs.
Choke no.
Crown no.
Cover no.
Round no.
Holders one, metal hollow handle is soldered to the backside of the body, supplied punching in junctions with the body for cooling the handle.
Crane no in tradition form, like a spout of teapot is soldered on perimeter to a face sheet of the body, with its cover on hinge.
Ash-pit no.
Base metal holder of a coffee pot is screwed on the round porcelain base (and simultaneously carrying out function of the handle for transportation a coffee pot), looking like an arch ( turned over letter U). In the holder the round aperture is drilled, on the one hand, and figured dredging with another, for installation in them of pins of a coffee pot. In the center of the base there is a round deepening for installation of a spirit-lamp. The spirit-lamp represents round capacity as a frying pan with the porcelain handle and covers with cutting for a wick.
Legs no.
Ash-shut no.
Stuff, technique: nickel-plated brass, inner tinning, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, assembling; porcelain producing.
Capacity: ~ 0,5 litters.
Height: 315 mm. Width: 205 mm.
Restoration: there is no necessity.
Status: 7 marks.
  101. Samovar Vase in a form of crater, MALIKOVs CRATER   ENG  
Samovar Vase in a form of crater, MALIKOVs CRATER, tombac. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: trademark on a face side of the base: NIKOLAS MALIKOV in TULA. Manufacturing time: ~ second quarter of XIX century.
Body in a form of a crater with twelve fragments.
Choke simple configuration with wooden round knob on its post.
Crown of complicated form, with patterned cuttings.
Cover punched, simple form with two round wooden knobs on their posts and steam exhaust valve.
Round - cast, patterned.
Holders cast, two, each curved as a letter U, with patterned platform at endings of holder, brazing to the body, with figure wooden plate threaded by two screws to the bottom of the middle part of holder.
Crane cast, simple form with a cone key with openwork handle and wooden knob above.
Ash-pit no.
Base cast, square, with high narrowed in middle part post.
Legs four, in a form of turned over mushrooms, mounted at corners of the base to an additional bottom plate of the base.
Ash-shut round cover with metallic knob and catch, fastened to an additional bottom plate of the base.
Stuff, technique: tombac, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, inner tinning, assembling; wood turning and cutting.
Capacity: ~ 8 litters.
Height: 460 mm. Width: 425 mm.
Restoration: there is no necessity.
Status: 9 marks.
  102. Samovar - teapot, travel (picnic), with a tube, BERNDORFs TEAPOT   ENG  
Samovar - teapot, travel (picnic), with a tube, BERNDORFs TEAPOT, silver-plated brass. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: trademark on the bottom: in a circle - from above - "BERNDORF", in the center - the image of a bear, from below - "ALPACCA".
Manufacturing time: ~ third last quarter of XIX century.
Body smooth oval. Has two round apertures: first - as a bell mouth for water supplying at front part of upper plate of the body, second smooth for a brazier tube at rear side of upper plate of the body.
Choke punched, complicated configuration, two: front for pouring water with ivory knob on its post, with more wide diameter then the second choke - rear for a brazier tube, also with ivory knob on its post.
Crown no.
Cover no.
Round no. .
Holders one, at rear side of the body, consists of three parts upper, patterned, thick on one side brazing to the upper part of rear side of the body, curved middle and lower - patterned, thick on one side brazing to the upper part of rear side of the body. Each part of the holder joined with the other by joint-pin.
Crane a teapot crane, in a form of letter S, decorated like goose neck.
Ash-pit as figure cuttings on cylindrical side of ash-shut, which in a form of a hat with its brim up and crown downwards.
Base no.
Legs four, curved as a letter S from metal strip, two rear also serve as a lock for ash-shut.
Ash-shut bayoneted in a form of a hat with its crown downwards, fastens to the bottom part of the body by hats brim in grooves between a surface of the body and two back demountable legs.
cylindrical capacity with flat bottom plate and upper round lug for fastening into slits between soldered rear legs and the bottom of the body.
Stuff, technique: silver-plated brass, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, tinning, assembling; ivory turning and cutting.
Capacity: ~ 2,2 litters.
Height: 255 mm., with a tube 465 mm. Width: 340 mm.
Restoration: there is no necessity.
Complete set of this samovar consists of: samovar, tube (removable chimney) for draw with a patterned ivory handle.
Status: 10 marks.
  103. Travel (picnic) samovar. TRAVEL SAMOVAR WITH HANDLE   ENG  
Travel (picnic) samovar. TRAVEL SAMOVAR WITH HANDLE, brass, rectangular, with demountable legs. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: trademark - is unknown, the brand is absent - at that time samovars rare branded. Manufacturing time: ~ first quarter of XIX century.
Body of the rectangular form.
Choke simple configuration with wooden round knob on its post.
Crown figure form with patterned cuttings.
Cover punched, simple form, with two wooden round knobs on their posts without steam exhaust valve.
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 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 curved as letter U branch with wooden knob above.
Ash-pit as figure cuttings, the same as on the crown, on cylindrical side of the ash-shut.
Base no.
Legs four, curved as a letter S from metal strip, removable, fastened to the body in special loops grooves, threaded to the body by four screws.
Ash-shut bayoneted in a form of a flat hat with its crown downwards, fastens to the bottom part of the body by hats brim in grooves between a surface of the body and two soldered rectangular holders.
Stuff, technique: brass, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, tinning, assembling; wood turning and cutting.
Capacity: ~5 litters.
Height: 410 mm., with handle up 475 mm. Width: 340 mm.
Restoration: no need.
Status: 10 marks.
  104. Samovar NORBLIN's vase, NORBLINs VASE   ENG  
Samovar NORBLIN's vase, NORBLINs VASE, silver-plated copper, with black oxide. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: trademark on the crown: forming circle above NORBLIN in center GALW. at bottom- WARSZAWA, - near (to the right) 1356, - near (to the right) F.G..
Manufacturing time: ~ second - third quarter of XIX century.
Body in a form of vase with upper part like widely open bell mouth, the edge of it, forming the round, decorated by silver tendril applique.
Choke punched, complicated configuration, with metal patterned knob above.
Crown complicated configuration, with openwork cuttings, soldered to the cover.
Cover punched, complicated configuration, with two metal cone patterned knobs and steam exhaust valve.
Round patterned, decorated by silver tendril applique.
Holders cast, two, decorated by tendrils, in a form of letter U, endings of them as patterned by tendrils platforms brazing to the body.
Crane cast, complicated configuration, with spout in a form of monster head, with front-rear moving key and its handle of form equal (similar) form of holders.
Ash-pit no.
Base punched round, with post bulged in the middle.
Legs cast, four, patterned by monster heads and paws, soldered to the base.
Ash-shut round cover with metal knob and catch, joined to the additional bottom plate of the base by hinge.
Stuff, technique: silver-plated copper, inner and external silvering, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, assembling.
Capacity: ~ 2,5 litters.
Height: 400 mm. Width: 300 mm.
Restoration: there is no necessity.
Status: 8 marks.
  105. Samovar Vase in a form of keg, KEG   ENG  
Samovar Vase in a form of keg, KEG, brass. Collection. Antique.
Manufacturer: rubbed trademark on horn of the spout of the crane: .(t)ULA FACT(ory) .. INA.
Manufacturing time: ~ the second quarter of XIX century.
Body in a form of a horizontal laying keg with four prominent rings from each (bottom - top) side of a keg.
Choke cast, complicated form, ornamented by tendrils and patterned apertures.
Crown no.
Cover punched simple form with two wooden knobs on their posts, without steam exhaust valve.
Round simple, smooth.
Holders cast, two, in a form of ear-rings, with round platforms of brazing to the body, with two wooden handles on tacks, each fastened by two screw-nuts at endings of the tack.
Crane cast with a horn on the spout part, with simple cone key and flat figured vertical handle, is established on one of sides (the bottom - top).
Ash-pit as patterned cuttings on cylindrical part of the post of the base.
Base cast, square, with post narrowed at middle part.
Legs four, in a form of turned over mushrooms at corners of the base, treaded to an additional bottom plate of the base.
Ash-shut round cover with knob and catch, fastened with hinge to an additional bottom plate of the base.
Stuff, technique: : brass, chasing, caulking, punching, soldering, brazing, tinning, assembling; wood turning and cutting.
Capacity: ~ 4,5 litters.
Height: 400 mm. Width: 370 mm.
Restoration: there is no necessity.
Status: 9 marks.
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