Thus, summarizing the findings, we can say with confidence that in spite of diversity, from small to large samovar is constructed the same way. Any samovar has such obvious components: a pitcher – a pipe located inside the samovar, which fuel in the form of wood chips, firewood or torches cap – the cap on the burner, cover the pot to burner – a functional element in the top of the jug teapot and for air flow through L-shaped tube handles – are attached laterally to the wall and serve to move the samovar repeek – a special plate, which cuts into the faucet and need for securely attached to the wall of the samovar thread – handle faucet, often decorated with a key or stem – cast cylinder valve to release the water wall – very noticeable part samovar, which is filled with water to heat the bottom of a – welded to the neck, can to force the flame neck – grille at the base of the jar, giving a flow of oxygen required to maintain fire dushnichok or otdushnik – a small hole on top to cover the samovar O steam at boiling range – full ring, which is at the top wall of the pallet – the massive support the samovar with stable legs. Early samovars sometimes graced diverse chasing and engraving. In fashion the motives Baroque. Sometimes under difficult curls could see the copper torso. By the final 18 th century immense popularity not only in Europe but in Russia won the classicist, and with it the severity of symptoms.