Tula samovars

Vase-shaped samovar with «dolphins».

The end of the 19-th century. Nickel-plated brass. 63 - 71 - 38 cm.

The Tula Museum of Regional Studies.

Vase-shaped samovar with «dolphins

Vase-shaped samovar «Acorn».

The 2-nd half of the 19-th century. Brass. 46 - 68 - 26 cm.

Mark on the lid: «...Kapyrzin».

Vase-shaped samovar «Acorn»

Samovar «FIorentine vase».

1870. Copper. Coinage.

Mark on the side: «To Vasily Batashov and his Brothers. 1875». The Tula Museum of Regional Studies.

Samovar «FIorentine vase».  1870. Copper.

Egg-shaped samovar.

The beginning of the 19-th century. Brass. 56 - 80 - 26 cm. The Tula Museum of Regional Studies.

Egg-shaped samovar

Wine-glass shaped samovar.

The beginning of the 20-th century. Nickel-plated brass.

49 - 80 - 24 cm.

Mark on the lid: «A N. Popova’s Company of samovar factories’ owners together with A. B. Batashov’s successors in Tula».

Cup-shaped samovar.

The 2-nd half of the 19-th century. Nickel-plated brass.

28,5 - 66,5 - 10,5 cm.

The Tula Museum of Regional Studies.

Wine-glass shaped samovar Cup-shaped samovar

Vase-shaped samovar «Crater».

The 1840s. Brass. 40 - 62,5 - 22 cm.

Mark on the bottom: «Made by Somov Brothers in Tula».

Vase-shaped samovar.

The 2-nd half of the 19-th century. Brass. 22 - 54 - 12,5cm.

 

Vase-shaped samovar «Jug».

The middle of the 19-th century. Brass. 36 - 75 - 20,5 cm.

The Tula Museum of Regional Studies.

samovar Crater samovar Jug Vase-shaped samovar

Portable samovar.

The beginning of the 19-th century. Copper. 32 - 57 - 15,5 cm.

J. N. Basin's private collection. Tula.

Portable samovar

Vase-shaped samovar «Skifos».

The beginning of the 1800s. Brass. 34 - 60,5 - 14,5 cm.

Engraving on the lid: «Ivan and Nazar Lisitsyn in Tula».

The Tula Museum of Regional Studies.

Vase-shaped samovar Skifos

Globe-shaped samovar with leaves.

The 1920s. Nickel-plated brass. 43 - 84 - 17,5 cm.

Mark on the lid: «The Samovar Factory «Our Future».

The 1-st Cooperative Artel».

The Tula Museum of Regional Studies.

Globe-shaped samovar with leaves

Sbitennik (pot-samovar).

The end of the 18-th century. Cuprite. 36,5 - 50 - 18,8 cm.

(All dimensions are given in cm.)

The Tula Museum of Regional Studies.

Sbitennik pot-samovar

Vase-shaped samovar.

The beginning of the 19-th century. Copper. 32 - 55 - 21 cm.

Mark on the bottom: «Made by Somov Brothers in Tula».

The Tula Museum of Regional Studies.

Vase-shaped samovar

Souvenir samovars.

1909. Nickel-plated brass.

Marks on the lid: «Steam Samovar Factory’s Association of V. S. Batashov’s successors in Tula».

18 - 15 - 28; 17 -16,3 - 9,2; 13 - 18,5 - 10,2; 17 - 15 - 8,7; 17 - 14,9 - 8,2 cm.

The Tula Museum of Regional Studies.

Souvenir samovars

Egg-shaped samovar.

The end of the 19-th — the beginning of the 20-th century. Nickel-plated brass. 40 - 80 - 27 cm.

Globe-shaped samovar.

The beginning of the 20-th century. Brass. 46 - 61 - 21 cm.

Mark on the side: «To the gifted and veritable advocate of truth and justice...». Association of B. S. Batashov’s successors. Tula. 1914.

The Tula Museum of Regional Studies.

Egg-shaped samovar Globe-shaped samovar

Vase-shaped samovar.

The end of the 19-th century. Brass. 31 - 64 - 13 cm.

Mark on the bottom: «...Batashovs'».

Samovar «Water-melon».

The 2-nd half of the 19-th century. Brass. 34 - 74 - 15 cm.

Mark on the lid: «Made by N. A. Vorontsov in Tula».

The Tula. Museum of Regional Studies.

Vase-shaped samovar Samovar Water-melon

Pear-shaped samovar.

The end of the 19-th — the beginning of the 20-th century. Cupronickel. 39 - 78,5 - 23,5 cm.

Mark: «Tula. Trade House».

The Tula Museum of Regional Studies.

Pear-shaped samovar The end of the 19-th

Vase-shaped samovar.

The end of the 19-th century. Nickel-plated, brass. 42 - 99 - 20 cm.

Mark on the side: «R. A. Teile’s Steam Factory in Tula»; monogram: «V. B.» and the medals imprints.

The Tula Museum of Regional Studies.

Vase-shaped samovar Teile’s Steam Factory in Tula

Kerosene samovar.

The end of the 19-th century. Nickel-plated brass. 47 - 69 - 24 cm.

Mark on the lid: «R. A. Teile's Steam Factory in Tula».

The Tula Museum of Regional Studies.

Kerosene samovar

Samovar «Tula — Hero-Town».

7978. Nickel-plated brass. 49 - 81 - 26 cm.

Circular inscription on the lid: «Glory to Tula — Hero-Town».

The inscription on the sides:

«As soon as Tulaman appears on the Earth,

He grips the hammer right away,

Beginning with his hirth.»

and:

«Since olden times our land has been famed for Tula masters».

The museum of the Tula plant «Shtarnp».


 

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