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An Early Victorian Copper Samovar / Urn

An Early Victorian Copper Samovar / Urn

SKU: RJ02225
£95.00Price

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 smart copper samovar with a brass and porcelain tap and 2 brass handles

 

Condition is good

 

Dimensions : 38 cm high x 24 x 22cm 

 

 

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1930

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 smart copper samovar with a brass and porcelain tap and 2 brass handles

 

Condition is good

 

Dimensions : 38 cm high x 24 x 22cm 

 

 

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