KB 76 | Samovar souvenir “Zhiguli”
The body of the samovar in the form of a barrel turned upside down. On both sides of the body are two convex stripes stylized as barrels of hoops. The lid is flat. Crown slots are in the shape of rhombuses and circles. Handles are ring-shaped, sagging, attached to the body using a flat curly lining. On the front end side is the inscription “Zhiguli”. Escutcheon plate is round, flat. Faucet spout is flat, s-shaped. On the neck the ash-pit slots are the same shape as on the crown. The base is round, flat, with three curly legs. The legs are flat, set on the edge, stylized as figures of swans. At the bottom there is a stamp: “1976”
KB 77 | Oval tray
Oval shaped tray. The side is curly, bent to the sides.
KB 78-80 | Souvenir glasses
The body of the glass is cylindrical, narrowed to the bottom. On the upper edge of the body is the inscription “Zhiguli” framed by strips of short inclined segments.