The body is in the shape of a vase, the wall is smooth. The circle is wide, with a curly lower edge, the side of the circle is directed upwards. The lid is smooth, with a high pommel. Crown slots are in the shape of curly ovals. The handles are made up of their round rods, curved upwards, at the base decorated with molded ornaments of a vegetation nature. Escutcheon plate is flat, round. Faucet spout is faceted, the nose has a relief in the form of a ring. Valve handle is curved, s-shaped. Ash-pit slots are the same shape as on the burner. The base is round, with a convex central part and a wide lower edge, bent down and stylized as flower petals. Legs relief, protruding forward, stylized paws. Circle, pens, crane with a branch, a tray with silver-plated brass legs. The remaining parts are from tompak. A pipe is attached to the samovar. The pipe is cylindrical in shape, with two ring-shaped protrusions along the body and an expanded upper edge. The handle of the pipe in the form of a straight round rod attached with an oval escutcheon plate to the pipe at a right angle. On the lid the mark: “K. M. Wien. ” At the bottom of the samovar the stigma: “K.Marsch Wien”
36 × 28 × 27 cm. pipe – l-16,5 d1-7,5 d2-5 cm.