The body of the samovar is in the shape of a vase, the wall is smooth. High circle with thread in the form of concentric circles. The lid is flat with a high domed top. The top is engraved with grooves diverging from the grip in the form of rays. A mushroom-shaped grip with a rosette-shaped overlay. Around the relief is a belt of round holes. Inside, under the lid there is another insert lid, flat, with a hole in the center equal to the diameter of the pipe (jug). The handles are voluminous, curved with a wide ring into which a wooden grip is inserted. Faucet spout is faceted, there is no escutcheon plate, instead of the valve handle there is a flat oval spinner. The neck is high, narrow, hollow. The base is square, stepped. The legs are spherical. At the bottom there is a stamp: “Piew…k…”.