The body of the samovar is made in the form of a vase. The wall is engraved with ovals. The lid is stepped. The crown is low, with slots in the form of circles. The cap is round, low. The circle is wide, smooth, along the edge of the relief in the form of convex circles. The handles are composed of paired plates, with a relief in the form of inclined grooves in the central part, curved upwards. Handle plates are connected by a figured relief overlay. Escutcheon plate is round, embossed, stylized as a flower outlet. Faucet spout is faceted, with a relief protrusion in the form of a ring at the nose. Valve handle of an S-shaped form with short branches. On the neck, ash-pit slots are the same shape as on the crown. The base is square, with a curly lower edge. The legs are rectangular. On the lid there is a stamp: “Factory of N.A. Vorontsov in Tula” and the image of the coat of arms of the Russian Empire.