The body of the samovar is in the shape of a ball, the wall is engraved with spoons and ovals with faces. The lid is smooth, domed. Circle in the shape of a flat ring. Cut rings in the form of intersecting circles. Handles are made up of paired, upwardly curved plates, with embossed protrusions in the central part. Attached to the body using a raised oval pad. Escutcheon plate oval, stylized as a flower outlet. Faucet spout is faceted, with a hook-shaped protrusion at the nose. Valve handle is s-shaped, with short branches. On the neck the ash-pit slots are the same shape as on the crown. The base is round, stepped, with a curly lower edge. Legs are raised, protruding forward, with triangular slots. On the lid there is a stamp: “Honorary Citizens Vorontsov Brothers in Tula” and stamps of medals: 1. All-Russian exhibition, depicting the profile of Alexander III 2. Commendation of 1896 and an arbitrary image of an eagle.