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Restoration of samovars


Since 1991, there has been a growing interest in history in Russia, including in the family. Here, only rehabilitated household items, such as samovars, extracted from attics, are rarely in proper condition. And without repair, they can not be used for their intended purpose or as a stylish piece of furniture. Restoration of samovars is often the only way out. We carry out professional repairs of samovars. Our factory in Tula employs highly skilled craftsmen who perform a wide range of operations: replacement of elements, installation of accessories, elimination of leaks, elimination of dents, cleaning, polishing, and much more.

We give a guarantee of quality of works on restoration and repair! The finished product can be used for its intended purpose.

On this page there are photos of the restoration of samovars in the format "before and after".

How to order a restoration of a samovar

We recommend that you first contact us by e-mail: order@tula-samovar.com. If you are uncomfortable bringing the product in person (for example, if you need to repair the samovar in Moscow), you can send it to us by "Post of Russia" or a transport company. We will estimate the cost of the work and let you know it. On average, repairs take 14 days. Upon completion of work, we will send you pictures of the restored samovar and offer accessories.


Before restoration:


It was necessary to perform the following operations:

1. Replacement of the converted pipe

2. Elimination of leakage of the crane

3. Elimination of leaks near both pens

4. Straightening the dents in front of the crane, behind and on the lid

5. Straightening the legs of a samovar

6. Installation of the missing steamer

7. Replacement of all wooden handles

8. Replacing the branch of the crane

9. Cleaning, tinning the samovar from the inside

10. Cleaning, polishing outside

11. Installation of accessories for handles

12. Installing the cap


After restoration:


Restoration of samovars: why and how

Restoration solves two problems. First, it returns the product value and presentation, in which they are not ashamed to decorate the interior. Secondly, it provides the samovar with serviceability, that is, if desired, it can be used for its intended purpose - for heating water, for subsequent tea drinking.

During restoration, the outer and inner parts of the samovar are necessarily restored. Outside, it is cleaned and polished, from the inside - also cleaned and tin-plated.

  • Almost always it is necessary to replace some external details of the samovar: wooden handles, crane branches, accessories, caps. The selection of suitable spare parts is possible due to their reserves, accumulated in the factories manufacturing samovars, during the Soviet era.
  • Sometimes you have to repair the bent legs of the samovar. Products with curved legs are called "lame".
  • From completeness. The more items in the set (samovar, kettle, tray, sugar bowl), the higher its value.
  • Dents on the body of the samovar can be fully straightened, but if the body rusted so much that many holes were formed on it, then, unfortunately, it is no longer subject to restoration.
  • You can seal holes on the body of the samovar, if they are small and there are not many of them.

Is it necessary to restore the samovar in Moscow or in any other city? Write to us, and we will tell you how it is most convenient to organize its delivery for repair.


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