Antiques Ornate Conical Russian Samovar - 19th Century
This item has been shown 0 times.
Antiques Ornate Conical Russian Samovar - 19th Century:
Very beautiful spiral flutes adorn the panels of this conical shaped Samovar. Polished yellow brass surface
with beaded and pearled upper rim. This conical form seems to typify the late Imperial era, while retaining the
old style embellishments like upwardly curled polished cast brass feet and elegant scrolled handles, it sports
the sleek lines of the new century. There is a small dent on the rear panel.
The samovar is in a very good condition for the age and has a very elegant decorative character!
Information to the hallmark:
Batashev was the biggest samovar factory in Tula, the "Samovar Mekka". There were even several branches
with that name, who produced independently from each other. Batashev made samovars from the 1820ies to
the revolution. The stamp above is from Vassily Stepanovitch (V.S.) Batashew's heirs; they produced about
High 52 cm - 20.47 inch
Weight 6 Kg - 13.23 pounds
NO WARRANTY - NO RETRACTION!!
If you want to have a picture from the bottom please contact me !