KB-22 Samovar-vase “Watermelon”
The body is in the shape of a vase, the wall is smooth. The lid is flat with a high top in the central part. Crown slots are in the shape of curly rectangles. The handles are saggy, ring-shaped, attached to the body using a flat rectangular lining. Escutcheon plate is oval, embossed. Faucet spout is smooth, with a protrusion in the form of a hook at the spout. Valve handle has an S-shaped form with a relief. The neck is high, with two rows of rectangular ash-pit slots. The base is square, the legs are rectangular. On the cover are prints of 2 medals (not legible) and the image of the side of the coin with the coat of arms of Russia. On the case there are prints of medals: 1. bronze in 1904. 2. big silver from the Minister of Agriculture Kiev, as well as the image of the side of the coin with the coat of arms of Russia.
Complex form tray: in the shape of a rectangle connected to a circle. The side of the tray is wide, bent up and to the side.
Comments: a similar form in Tula was called “with a circle”; trays of a similar form were produced at many Tula samovar factories, in particular, at the factory of the heirs of V. S. Batashev
The body is a teapot in the shape of a ball, slightly flattened. In the center of the body is a flat strip-ring. Dome-shaped cover, fused with the grip handle. C-shaped handle. The nose is wide, slightly curved.
Bowl-shaped basin. The edge of the upper edge is curved to the side. The leg is round, conical, with extension to the base. Flat ring base.