Collection of samovars

Collection of samovars is quite small, it consists of 20 items. The main part of the collection consists of samovars made in the late XIX - early XX centuries. These products made of brass or brass with nickel-plating.

Samovars from collection of Art-Memorial Museum of I.E. Repin are mass-produced. Among them there are no exclusive samples made from silver, red brass or other precious metals. These are things that existed in the urban middle-class circles: bourgeois, bureaucrats, different ranks of the intelligentsia. Almost all of the items were donated by residents of Chuguev.

Collection of samovars

Collection of samovars is quite small, it consists of 20 items. The main part of the collection consists of samovars made in the late XIX - early XX centuries. These products made of brass or brass with nickel-plating.

Samovars from collection of Art-Memorial Museum of I.E. Repin are mass-produced. Among them there are no exclusive samples made from silver, red brass or other precious metals. These are things that existed in the urban middle-class circles: bourgeois, bureaucrats, different ranks of the intelligentsia. Almost all of the items were donated by residents of Chuguev.

Electric samovar, the second half of the 20th c., USSR. Metal, plastic, stamping, welding. 32.2x23.0x21.5 sm. Factory "Stamp" named after Vannikov
Samovar, 1899 - the beginning of the 20th c., the Russian Empire. Brass, wood, cast iron, forging, brazing, checked pattern decoration, h-45 cm, d of cover - 25.5 cm, from the base with legs -16 cm. Samovar factory of Ivan Mikhailovich Batashev
Samovar, the end of the 19th c. – the beginning of the 20th c., the Russian Empire. Brass, wood, cast iron, forging, brazing, nickel-plating, h-49.5 cm, d of cover - 24 cm, with base - 16.2 cm. Samovar factory of V.S. Kotirev (Batashev)
Samovar, 1840-1898, Tula, the Russian Empire. Brass, wood, cast iron, forging, brazing, gilding, checked pattern decoration, h-44 cm, d of cover - 25 cm, from the base with legs -15 cm. Factory of Vasiliy Stepanovich Batashev
Samovar, the end of the 19th c. – the beginning of the 20th c., the Russian Empire. Brass, wood, cast iron, forging, brazing, h-47 cm, d of cover - 22.5 cm, from the base with legs -15 cm. The Trading House "Alenchikov and Zimin", Moscow
Samovar, the first half of the 20th c., USSR. Brass, wood, forging, brazing, nickel-plating, h-44 cm, d of cover - 21 cm, from the base with legs 19.5 cm. Tula Cartridge Works (?)
Samovar, the end of the 19th c. – the beginning of the 20th c., the Russian Empire, Tula. Copper, wood, cast iron, forging, brazing, h – 47.3 cm, d of cover - 24.3 cm, from the base with legs - 15.6 cm. Factory of Vasily Pavlovich Batashev
Electric samovar, the second half of the 20th c., USSR. Metal, plastic, stamping, welding. 42.1x26.6x30
Samovar, 1899 - the beginning of the 20th c., Tula, the Russian Empire. Brass, wood, cast iron, forging, brazing, checked pattern decoration. 38x37x32 sm. The Trading House of Brothers Shemarin
Samovar, 1899 – the beginning of the 20th c., Tula, the Russian Empire. Brass, wood, cast iron, forging, brazing, nickel plating, checked pattern decoration, h - 43 cm, d of cover - 25.5 cm, from the base with legs - 15.6 cm
Samovar, the end of the 19th c. – the beginning of the 20th c., the Russian Empire. Brass, wood, cast iron, forging, brazing, checked pattern decoration, h - 38 cm, d of cover - 22 cm, from the base with legs -14 cm. Samovar factory of Yegor Ivanovich Batashev
Samovar, Samovar, 1899 - the beginning of the 20th c., Tula, the Russian Empire. Brass, wood, cast iron, forging, brazing, checked pattern decoration. 48x37x37 sm. The Trading House of Brothers Shemarin in Tula
Electric samovar. 1967. USSR. Metal, plastic, stamping, welding. 37x26.7x23.6 sm. Factory "Stamp" named after Vannikov
Samovar, 1899 - the beginning of the 20th c., Tula, the Russian Empire. Brass, wood, cast iron, forging, brazing, checked pattern decoration, h-48.7 cm, d of cover - 27 cm, from the base with legs -22 cm. The Trading House of Brothers Shemarin in Tula
Samovar, the end of the 19th c. – the beginning of the 20th c., the Russian Empire. Brass, wood, cast iron, forging, brazing, gilding, checked pattern decoration, h-44 cm, d of cover - 25 cm, from the base with legs -15 cm. Samovar factory of Petr Fedorovich Ilyin-Batashov
Samovar, the end of the 19th c. – the beginning of the 20th c., the Russian Empire. Brass, wood, cast iron, forging, brazing, h – 35.5 cm, d of cover - 15.3 cm, from the base with legs -11.5 cm. Samovar institution of Andrey Mironovich?
Samovar, the end of the 19th c. – the beginning of the 20th c., the Russian Empire. Brass, wood, cast iron, forging, brazing, h-56.5 cm, d of cover - 27 cm, from the base with legs -17.5 cm. Samovar factory of Batashov (Ivan Batashov?)
Samovar, the end of the19th c. - the beginning of the 20th c., the Russian Empire. Brass, wood, cast iron, forging, brazing, 50.5x30x33
Samovar, 20-30s of the 20th с., Tula, USSR. Brass, wood, forging, brazing, checked pattern decoration. 41x21.5x15 sm. Tula Cartridge Works
Samovar, the end of the 19th c. – the beginning of the 20th c., the Russian Empire. Brass, wood, cast iron, forging, brazing, checked pattern decoration.