The little princess went round the table with quick, short, swaying steps, her workbag on her arm, and gaily spreading out her dress sat down on a sofa near the silver samovar
, as if all she was doing was a pleasure to herself and to all around her.
The other Laspara girl sat, dishevelled and languid, behind an enormous samovar
Surely it is for some welcome guest beyond the common that you have had the samovar
The workmen's cook, who had had a sleep after dinner and was now getting the samovar
ready for her husband, turned cheerfully to Nikita, and infected by his hurry began to move as quickly as he did, got down his miserable worn-out cloth coat from the stove where it was drying, and began hurriedly shaking it out and smoothing it down.
Water is boiled in various ways, in particular, in heated metal containers known as samovars
are made from metal and consist of a large urn-shaped container and a metal pipe running vertically through the middle.
The richly illustrated cover of the book depicts a man pouring a cup of tea with samovars
and teapots on shelves.
The display will be in a staggering 17 categories, among them samovars
, pots, cups and saucers; tiffins and containers, pots and pans; plates and thaalis; spoons, ladles, strainers; graters and knives; whiskers, mixers, churners; spice grinders and boxes; serving dishes; rolling pins, boards, tawas; stoves, chulhas; rice sieves and measuring tools for dry and liquid goods.
In addition, within the framework of the Festival there will be an exhibition of honey presented by Penza representatives of the beekeeping industry, an exhibition of samovars
, a show of puppets.
Some of the people made tea in samovars
to enjoy snowy weather.
From the famous onion dome statues to the popular Matryoshka dolls, ladle spoons, samovars
-- it is all about Russia when you enter this pavilion which has over 80 exhibitors and kiosks.
They have samovars
of hot water at the end of the corridor, so you can make tea at any time.