The body of the samovar is in the shape of a vase, the wall is engraved with faces, in the upper part of the body there is a figured ledge – “shoulder”. The circle is wide, flat, curved up. The lid is stepped. Cut oval and crescent-shaped burners. The handles are made up of paired, smooth, upwardly curved plates, interconnected by an oval with embossed protrusions, attached to the body using an embossed oval lining. Grip in the form of a wooden plate attached to the back of the oval. Escutcheon plate is round, embossed, stylized as a flower outlet. Faucet spout is faceted, with a ring-shaped protrusion at the nose. Valve handle is s-shaped in the form of a plant stem. The neck is dull, faceted. The base is square. The legs are rectangular, protruding forward, the bases are stylized as paws.