KB 196 | Box for the case
The box is in the shape of a parallelepiped, on the side wall there is a handle in the form of a ring. The upper edge is a hinged lid. At the bottom there is a stamp with a horseshoe.
KB 194 | Travel case
A box-shaped case with a wide, flat handle on the top. On the front wall is a suitcase type lock. When the lock is opened, the lid rises and the front wall lowers. Inside there is compartment for dishes and straps for fastening. The wall and cover are held by chains. Inside the cover and front wall, a soft pad. On the cover are the owner’s initials (?) «S. M.».
Comment: Travel case was distributed from the middle of the XVIII century in Europe and Russia as a travel bag for the necessary things. There were tea, toilet, and wine cases. Made from vine, wood, leather and even silver.
KB 195 | Road spirit kettle
The body is rectangular in shape. The wall is smooth. On the top face there is a round screw cap, along the edge of the cap inside there is padding. Under the lid there is an additional lid with an circular handle. The handle is C-shaped, flat, braided by strips of reed. The nose is straight, narrow, with a screw cap. The spout cap is held by a chain attached to the handle. Inside the case there is a tube with round holes. The stand is flat, rectangular. On four sides, latch holders for attaching the body. Inside the stand is an alcohol container and a round hole for the wick. The wick is inserted into a removable cylinder with a round screw cap. At the bottom of the case and stand, a stamp with a horseshoe.
KB 197 | Travel teapot
Box-shaped teapot with hinged top lid. On the side wall is a handle in the form of a ring. Inside the wall divides the teapot into two compartments: for tea and sugar. At the bottom is a stamp with a horseshoe. Time and place of production: Europe, beginning of the twentieth century.
KB 198 |Travel match box
The box is in the shape of a flat cylinder. The upper part is a hinged lid; it is locked with a lock – a button latch. Inside is a monogram “MS”, engraved manually in one line. Bottom has an abrasive surface for lighting matches.
Comment: In the XIX – early XX century. Phosphorus matches were common in Europe and Russia, which were easily ignited and ignited as a result of friction against any hard surface. In 1906, the production of such matches was banned due to their fire hazard, phosphorous matches were produced in England until 1925 for the army.
KB 199-202 | Travel cups
The body is cylindrical with an extension up. C-shaped handle. The surface is covered with colored enamel, brown outside, white inside.
KB 203 | Travel cup rack
The rack is in the shape of a parallelepiped made up of flat slats with round holes. Upstairs C-shaped cover and latch bracket. The rack is divided into four tiers; each tier is separated by a round cup holder frame. At the bottom there is a stamp “WMF”.
KB 204-207 | Travel saucers
The saucer is round in shape, standing flat, wide side, flat. On the bottom there is the inscription “VEWAG”. The surface of the saucer is enameled, two-tone: inside – beige, outside – brown.
KB 208 | Glass flask
The body is in the shape of a parallelepiped. The lid is round, flat, on a cylindrical base. The cap is screwed onto the neck. Inside the lid there is a balsa wood insert.
KB 209-212 | Tea spoon
Scooped spoons of oval shape, with a small indentation. The handle is flat, expanding towards the end. On the back of the handle is the inscription “ALPACCA”.
Comment: alpaca is a type of white metal, an alloy of copper, nickel and zinc in a proportion of 65:15:25, similar in color and luster to silver.