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An impressive Georgian copper samovar, with lion mask ring handles on four Etruscan formed figural columns raised on bun feet, circa 1800. Height 47 cm.

A Regency copper samovar, urn form body, similar to above.

A Regency copper samovar, the spherical body with finial to the vented lid, captured ring handles, the pedestal base with flaring square stand.

A Regency copper samovar, the plain ovoid body with domed lid with fine chequered bands, the scrolling handles with ivory turnings, brass tap, the pedestal base with square spreading platform. Height 32 cm

A Victorian period copper tea urn, of conical shape with brass handles and tap, on original tripod base with spirits burner. Height 35 cm

A copper and brass vase shaped samovar, with two handles issuing from the sides with turned ebony insets, the whole raised on a cast brass acanthus leaf base. Height 51.5 cm

A Regency copper and brass samovar, decorated with lion mask handles, Egyptian caryatid legs and a sphinx figure to the lower tier. Height 44.5 cm

An early 19th century copper & brass samovar with Egyptian mask, reeded column feet to a platform base on ball feet. Lion mask handles, scroll handled spigot. Height 43.5 cm

A superb 19th century copper tea urn in the form of 'Atlas supporting the Globe'.

A Regency period copper tea urn of classical shape, circular section with decorated borders, original stained ivory side handles (one damaged), flower finial, brass tape and bun feet. Warranted London Manufacture. Height 40 cm

A 19th century copper and brass neo-classical samovar. Height 36 cm

A Regency copper tea urn, of baluster form with a cover, fluted handles, and a shaped spout.

19th century Russian copper samovar, with acanthus capped finial. Height 42 cm

Regency copper tea urn, dual ebony handles. Marked ‘Warranted' to interior of lid. Height 53 cm

Early copper samovar and warming dish, brass tap and mounts, possibly missing lid