IMPERIAL RUSSIAN BRASS TEA SAMOVAR BY N. Extraordinary design details embellish this globe shaped samovar with beaded rim, double pierced decoration on waist and foliated spigot key.
Sits atop a square base with pad feet. This small samovar is called "Egoist, " because it has a small volume for water content, about one and a half liters. Made out of brass with wooden handles.
Chimney extension and tray are included. Everything seems to be original.
Measurement: Height - 16 in. There is a mark on the top cover. The marking stamp is worn down, the form of a symbol. Of the Russian Empire double-headed eagle is visible and looks like from the N.
Also there is a mark on the tray with Cyrillic letters on the tray. Goltyakov factory is a famous factory from Tula. Here is some information about Goltyakov factory: Nikolay Ivanovich Goltjakov opened the samovar factory in 1840 and managed it to his death in the beginning of XX century.
Besides being well knows known gunmaker, he was the supplier of the Courtyard of His Imperial Majesty. Some works Goltyakov of are stored, in particular, in museums of Kremlin.
The samovar is in a good antique condition. Shows signs of time and wear, has a few dents.Please, use the pictures as a part of the condition report! This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Russian". The seller is "kdesignstudio" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.