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Item:274036421919Imperial Russian Brass Samovar by Vasily Stepanovich Batashev, Tula City, Circa Late 19 CenturyLarge Imperial Russian Brass Samovar with tray & spill bowl. The samovar has 8 marks of awards medals on body & 4 on top from exhibitions around the world. Dimensions: approx. samovar 18" (45.72 cm) hight, the tray 17' (43.18 cm) long, the bowl 6.5" (16.51 cm) at diameter. Weight: approx. 13 lbs. Condition: The body of samovar has a some dents on sides (front of left and right sides near beginning of the body approx. 1inch each, on right side and two on the back of the body: one approx. 2.5" other 0.75"; a some random small dents, scratches, tarnish marks, the top knob has a crack, age wear. Please see the pictures for details & conditions. If you have any questions please ask.All items are accurately described to the best of our knowledge and the pictures serve as part of the description.Please check my store for other listings. Reference: In 1874, the Batashev brothers employ 212 people. 4140 samovars were made. In 1875, Vasily Stepanovich petitioned for the construction of a two-story stone building on Griazevskaya Street instead of a wooden one. In 1876 the Batashev brothers founded the Trading House in the form of a partnership under the Firm "VS, AS, PS" For a period of 6 years. The duties were distributed as follows: the storage of money: Vasily, Alexander is in charge of the factory, and Pavel stores his products. Purchase and sale of materials was carried out as agreed.In 1893, Chicago hosted the largest exhibition, where V. Batashev receives a gold medal. The factory of the Batashev brothers becomes one of the large, where the owners personally do not engage in work, and they conduct the Case solely with the help of wage workers.Condition:Used, Condition:Very good condition., Featured Refinements:Russian Samovar, Handmade:No, Modified Item:No, Country/Region of Manufacture:Russian Federation, Provenance:Ownership History Not Available
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Imperial Russian Brass Samovar by Vasily Batashev Circa Late 19 Century, Tula