The body of the samovar is cylindrical, tapering upward. The circle is expanding upward, in the form of a flat ring. On the wall there are two stripes of relief ornament “circles”. Between the relief strips, the wall is covered with a mechanical engraving of a geometric nature. In the center on the wall is a hand-engraved oval shield surrounded by vignettes. The dome-shaped lid is covered with a mechanical engraving of a similar nature as the wall. Crown slots are bow-shaped. Handles are composed of embossed, upwardly curved, paired plates, attached to the body with the help of paired, embossed, with floral ornaments, overlays. Escutcheon plate is round, faucet spout is figured, with relief ornaments and overlays of a plantlike patterns. Valve handle is in the form of a straight rod with a bone figured grip attached to the key at right angles with the help of a figured screw. Ash-pit slots are the same shape as on the crown. Hourglass neck. With an annular protrusion at the bottom. The base is square, flat. Legs are figured, with a relief ornament of a plantlike pattern and with slots. The upper part of the legs is in the form of a trefoil.