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É a beleza da vida que me faz viver... É o amor que me alimenta!

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lovely tea pot and its cup

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The Samovar is a tool used both to boil water for preparing tea, as well as serve tea, so appreciated by the Russians. It was introduced in Russia by Peter the Great, and an industrial center, initially, in the Urals, a region rich in minerals, especially copper and iron ore. Later, the Tula region (land Tolstoy) is now also producing this tool, and Tula in 1850 had 128 factories , which produced about 120 thousand units per year. Moreover, there is this City Museum Samovar.

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Tea time Mais

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O Samovar é uma ferramenta utilizada tanto para ferver a água para preparar chá, bem como servir chá, tão apreciado pelos russos. Ele foi introduzido na Rússia por Pedro, o Grande, e um centro industrial, inicialmente, nos Urais, uma região rica em minerais, especialmente cobre e minério de ferro. Mais tarde, a região de Tula (terra Tolstoy) também já está produzindo essa ferramenta, e Tula, em 1850, tinha 128 fábricas, que produziram cerca de 120 mil unidades por ano.

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Elegance. Check out Teapots and Treasures: Donna@teapots4u.com

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Amei essa festa Matrioska, linda e mais uma vez usando chalkboard, fica super charmoso! Por @mariafrufrufestas - Foto @rebeca.rbkfotografia #kikidsparty:

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The Samovar is a tool used both to boil water for preparing tea, as well as serve tea, so appreciated by the Russians. It was introduced in Russia by Peter the Great, and an industrial center, initially, in the Urals, a region rich in minerals, especially copper and iron ore. Later, the Tula region (land Tolstoy) is now also producing this tool, and Tula in 1850 had 128 factories , which produced about 120 thousand units per year. Moreover, there is this City Museum Samovar.

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Exceedingly Rare Antique Porcelain Cup and Saucer in Neo-Russian Style, by the Imperial Porcelain Factory, St Petersburg, Russia, circa 1862,

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