1742-1743 Chaleira inglesa em prata , Victoria and Albert Museum,Londres
Antiguidade - Inglaterra - 1800.
One of a pair of wine coolers, circa 1781
LavishShoestring.com archive | A GEORGE III SILVER TEA-URN MARK OF HENRY GREENWAY, LONDON, 1780
Imperial style samovar
Silver teapot, 1752 Smithsonian - National Museum of American History.
The Samovar is a tool used both to boil water for preparing tea, as well as serve tea, so appreciated by the Russians. It was introduced in Russia by Peter the Great, and an industrial center, initially, in the Urals, a region rich in minerals, especially copper and iron ore. Later, the Tula region (land Tolstoy) is now also producing this tool, and Tula in 1850 had 128 factories , which produced about 120 thousand units per year. Moreover, there is this City Museum Samovar
C1909 A SUPERB ANTIQUE ARTS CRAFTS OR ART NOUVEAU COPPER TEA KETTLE TEAPOT vgc