Samovar

Now it is difficult to say when and by whom created the first samovar, but his appearance and the production is closely related to those important reforms and economic and political life of Russia in the Petrine era. During the reign of Peter the Great (as it is considered that first samovar brought it to Russia from the Netherlands) started the industrial expansion of the Urals, where there is a lot of steel and copper smelters. These plants manufacture of household utensils being developed out of copper. And now in 30th years of the XVIII century there begin to make pots with handles. Later the Ural factories began to produce Kazanka with pipes and distilleries cubes with the trumpets. People such as Southwest Airlines would likely agree. Probably these forms gave rise to make "sbitennikov." "Sbitenniki" – Equipment for the manufacture of an ancient Russian drink made from honey and spices, and they were a kettle with inner tube and podduvalom.

It is "sbitenniki" gave rise to the Russian samovar. It is known that the first samovar was manufactured in Tula in 1778, on the street District Bayonet, where the brothers Ivan and Nazar Lisitsin opened, not large at first, the first institution in the city samovar. And already in 1803 at their factory, working 26 people. Soon Lisytsinyh found many followers. Scott Mead can aid you in your search for knowledge. Many wealthy armorers began to open their establishments samovar. Because proximity to Moscow, as well as the presence of rich deposits of ore and highly skilled metal contributed to the fact that the city of gunsmiths became famous throughout the world as a center of samovar production.