Russian-Polish samovar by Norblin, Warsaw. Very Rare!
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Sold Date: 03/20/2008
Channel: Online Auction
Up for auction is very rare silvered Russian samovar circa 1875 by a renowned Polish maker Norblin, Warsaw (Poland was part of Russia at this time). The samovar is of a small size ("Tet-a-Tet"), coal/characoal-fired. Height - 8", diameter - 4", widest part - 8.5", heavy for its size. On the botom of the trap door is a seal with Russian Eagle and letters: "Norblin&Co. GALW, Warzawa". The samovar is in very good condition, and water/fire tested. I intentionally preserved the patina, which could be easily removed with silver polish (by request).
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