Item sold on 2020-11-07 - Shipped on 2020-11-07
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Staff Favorite - In solid brass, this could be a prop in a Russian novel.
An authentic Russian "Samovar" or hot water tea kettle from around 1900 includes a tray, sugar bowl, cap and chimney. Hand crafted of solid brass, there are Cyrillic Russian inscriptions and stamps.
A hissing hot samovar was a sign of hospitality in every Russian novel, hot coals were placed in the center chimney to boil water for tea. This antique set includes the drip tray and sugar bowl. The reservoir does not hold water, this is decorative only.
Measurements are 12" across, 14" deep and 22" tall including the chimney extension and lid.
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Item # 32489
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