Samovar (in Persian ,Samavar)

Hi everyone !
Today Violet has sketched another memory of Iran , traditional tea maker or bette to say for making hot water for tea ” Samavar” . Tea is main drink there , specially in the morning and after taking food . She remembers the nice taste of tea there specially mint chai with cube sugars!

” Violet , I’m reporting for you but you are playing with me ! What kind of photo is this !!!! ”

” (^_βˆ’)βˆ’β˜†”

37 responses to “Samovar (in Persian ,Samavar)

  1. Nice painting! I could see it at a Samovar place…there are a few in SF.

  2. Violet, this is PERFECT!!!! Well well done, my dear!
    You should be very pleased and so should Malus!
    πŸ™‚ xx

  3. Lovely! Thanks for sharing Violet. πŸ™‚

  4. Really like this as well. Samovars are such wonderful objects.

  5. Another wondrous painting

  6. It’s lovely Violet and beautiful work with the colors. I’ve gone through so many posts in my reader this morning (5 days worth) that I’m very ready for a cup of tea. Wonderful to see your clean work!

  7. beautiful work, Violet!

  8. The highlights in this piece are amazing! love it!

  9. Mint chai would be lovely. Malus, are you waiting for some tea?

  10. captivating painting Violet, very evocative. Great photo of Malus πŸ™‚ x

  11. Beautiful!! I love drinking out of these shaped glasses! πŸ™‚

  12. Rosa de los Vientos

    Dear Violet, lovely drawing, samavars always have good vibrations. We should all have a samaver in the middle of our living rooms and through out those bipolar televisions. I think Malus is trying to reach his ‘cup of tea’ from his little boat in the middle of a too calm sea. A big kiss!

  13. This is amazing Violet! Is Malus reaching out for tea?

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  15. Splendid !

  16. Sorry left you alone for a while and album is get bigger and bigger. This one remind me something special as my grandad used to have one… I was too young to remember the tea but the one you painted is so much like it… love it.

  17. Excellent light captured in this Violet!

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