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Persis Collection


Hand made and hand engraved ( قلم زنی  ), Samovar was inspired by the art of the Achaemenid empire.

  • Coal and wood-burning samovar.
  • Set includes:
  • Samovar, Tray, Bowl, Kettle, Jug.
  • Material: Brass
  • Colour: Antique
  • Bulk: 4 Liters
  • Height (including kettle ) : 55 cm
  • The length of handles: 30 cm

A samovar, sometimes referred to as Samavar in Persian (سماور), is a traditional metal vessel used for heating and boiling water in Russia and various parts of the Middle East. This device is commonly used for tea preparation, as it typically features a ring-shaped holder around its chimney to accommodate and warm a teapot filled with concentrated tea. Historically, samovars were heated using coal or charcoal, but modern versions frequently employ electricity, functioning similarly to electric water boilers. Antique samovars are highly valued for their exquisite craftsmanship.


A coal Persian samovar is a traditional water-boiling device that is typically used in the Middle East, particularly in Iran. It is made of metal, usually copper or brass, and is used to heat water for tea or other beverages. The samovar has a central chimney-like structure that is filled with burning coal, and a large water container surrounding it. The heat from the coal warms the water in the container, and a spigot on the side of the container allows users to pour the hot water as needed. The samovar is often used for social gatherings and is an important part of Middle Eastern culture and hospitality. It is usually accompanied by a tea set, which includes small cups, a teapot, and other accessories for serving tea.

Weight5 kg
Dimensions20 × 20 × 20 cm

220 V ( UK ,EU ), 110 V ( US )

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