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Late 19th Century -Early 20th Century


Presenting a splendid example of late 19th-century craftsmanship, this silver-plated samovar exudes the grandeur of the Victorian era. The design boasts intricate embellishments, including acanthus leaves on the handles and regal clawed feet, reflecting the period's fascination with classical motifs and opulent decoration.


The samovar, a vessel historically used to boil water for tea, holds a rich cultural significance, with its roots deeply embedded in social rituals across Europe, particularly in Victorian England and Tsarist Russia. This piece, with its robust bulbous body and elegant spigot, is a testament to the era's engineering ingenuity and aesthetic sensibilities.


While unmarked, the quality of the silver plating and the ornate design elements suggest the work of a skilled artisan. This samovar is not only a functional antique but also a collector's showpiece, ideal for the connoisseur of fine tableware or the enthusiast of Victorian antiques.


The patina that gently adorns its surface tells a story of many gatherings and is indicative of its authenticity and age. It remains in remarkable condition, considering its age, with minor signs of wear commensurate with its historical use.


This exquisite piece promises to be the centerpiece of any collection, evoking the elegance and charm of a bygone era. Add a touch of Victorian sophistication to your home or collection with this magnificent silver-plated samovar.

Elegant Late Victorian Silver-Plated Hot Water Urn / Samovar, Circa 1890

  • Measurements

    13" H x 14.75" W x 14" D (depth includes the spout)

    Weights approximately 11.5 lbs