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A Russian brass samovar with six tea holders and five tea glasses, plus teapot

A copper and brass samovar the domed lid with an acorn shaped final, with upswept arms, 41 x 42 x 24 cm

Antique Regency copper and brass tea urn, inscribed to cover Warranted Best London manufacture, approx 42 cm high

A Regency brass and copper tea urn with hound finial; engraved in block letters 'I. Evans, London bridge'. Height 45 cm

A Russian brass samovar, late 19th century, impressed Cyrillic maker's mark of Ivan Kobylin, Tula, of typical form with a cylindrical urn on a waisted socle and square platform, folding handles to the sides, with turned hardwood handles and knobs. Height 4

Brass and copper samovar, 19th century, English, stamped on lid, manufactured in London. Height 42 cm

A Regency period copper and brass samovar, classical urn shaped, raised on an oblong base with ball feet, lion mask handles issue from the sides, the tap handle with bone finial. Height 45.5 cm.

A French antique brass samovar. Fluted baluster form on a domed platform base flanked by scroll handles rising to a domed cover

A 19th century copper and brass twin tap samovar, eraly Australian, but possibly originating in colonial India. Height 40 cm

A Georgian copper tea urn, with brass and ivory mounted tap

Russian brass samovar. Branded base and body. Showing much use, one knob missing from top cover

Russian brass samovar. Marked 'Pomahob', two handles missing from lid. Height 29 cm

A Regency copper and brass samovar campana with a central tap, flanked by scroll handles rising to a domed cover, scroll platform base. Height 50 cm

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