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A Large Old Sheffield Plate Samovar / Tea Urn

A Large Old Sheffield Plate Samovar / Tea Urn

SKU: RJ01732
£175.00Price

A typical example of a samovar (a tea urn), this would be filled with hot tea and used for dispensing directly into cups from a side buffet or breakfast table in a dining room. The inside of the spout has a mesh/filter to stop any tea leaves coming through. These would also be used as a movable object at events such as garden parties, fetes etc.

 

This is a fine example of a early Victorian Samavar , with an armorial crest, and would be used in a wealthy household.

 

In good condition with no splits or cracks, as is the case with Old Sheffield Plate, there is some wear to the silver coating and copper is showing through in places.

 

Dimensions : 46 cm high x 30cm x 25 cm 

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RJ01732

Period:

1890

A typical example of a samovar (a tea urn), this would be filled with hot tea and used for dispensing directly into cups from a side buffet or breakfast table in a dining room. The inside of the spout has a mesh/filter to stop any tea leaves coming through. These would also be used as a movable object at events such as garden parties, fetes etc.

 

This is a fine example of a early Victorian Samavar , with an armorial crest, and would be used in a wealthy household.

 

In good condition with no splits or cracks, as is the case with Old Sheffield Plate, there is some wear to the silver coating and copper is showing through in places.

 

Dimensions : 46 cm high x 30cm x 25 cm 

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