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US1059536A
US1059536A US73959113A US1913739591A US1059536A US 1059536 A US1059536 A US 1059536A US 73959113 A US73959113 A US 73959113A US 1913739591 A US1913739591 A US 1913739591A US 1059536 A US1059536 A US 1059536A
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    • A44HABERDASHERY; JEWELLERY
    • A44CPERSONAL ADORNMENTS, e.g. JEWELLERY; COINS
    • A44C5/00Bracelets; Wrist-watch straps; Fastenings for bracelets or wrist-watch straps
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0. L. GAMMELGAARD. BRACELET.
APPLIOATION FILED JAN. 2, 1912.
1,059,536. v Patenteu Apr.2 2, 1913.
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OVE L. GAMMELGAARD, F ATTLEBORO, MASSACHUSETTS, ASSIGNOR TO To all ,whom z't may concern:
ELECTRIC CHAIN COMPANY, OF ATTLEBORO, MASSACHUSETTS, A CORPORATION OF MAINE.
BRACELET.
Specification of Letters Patent.
Patented Apr. 22,1913.
Application. filed January 2, 1913. Serial No. 739,591.
Be it known. that I, Ovn- L. GAMMEL- GAARD, a citizen of the United States, residing at Attleborcfi in the county of Bristol and State of Massachusetts, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Bracelets, of Which-the. following is a speci-- fication.
My invention relatesto bracelets of the lazy tongs .type and is designed especially as an improvement of,the structure set forth in my prior United States Patent No.
836,1Q9gdated November 20, 1906.
The essential objects of my invention are to strengthen the connection of the setting member with the cross arms of the bracelet band so=as to avoid the-use-of solder, or the necessity of riveting or swaging the connecting member to the shell of the setting member whereby the shell is defaced and the union insecure; also to avoid the non-uniformity in appearance and action of an arm adjacent the setting members of half the length of the cross arms of the bracelet f pensive the detailed construction of the set-- band; and to simplify and render less exting, member and its connection with the bracelet band.
To' the above ends essentially my, invention consists in such parts and combinations of v parts as fall within the scope of the ap- V pended claims.
' ingthe setting member, showing the, parts expanded, Fig. 3, a section on line a: w of Fig. 2, Figs. 4 and 5, plan and side eleva- H tions respectively of the guard plate, Figs.
6 and 7, side and bottom plan elevationsrespectively of the shell of the setting member, Fig. 8',=faj;p1an of the base plate of base member, Figs. 9 and 10, side andfront elevathe adjacent pair of cross arms a and b.
tions respectively of the front ornamental shells of the extension plates, Fi s. 11',and
12, similar elevations respective y of the back ornamental 'shells of the extension plates, and -Figs. 13 and,14a, sections respectively on lines '1' y, and a z of Fig. 2.
. Like reference characters indicate like parts throughout the views.
A represents the band or body of my bracelet which may be of any usual form of lazy tongs construction comprising the front series of arms a and the back series of arms Z), the individual arms of both series being centrallypivoted to each other. A setting or ornamental member C is provided, comprising a cylindrical wall c'provided with upper and lower inturned flanges cand c v respectively. Extendingthrough the flange 0 and upwardly some distance in the wall 0 Y are pairs of slots 0 at diametrically opposite points. An ornament or ornamental cup plate I) is embraced by the flange c andhas a lateral flange d resting against the inner face of the latter. The flange or rolled over portion c supports a back plate E which has pairs of diametrically oppositely disposed lugs e registering in the slots 0 Intermediate the members D and E is 10 'cated a guard plate F shown in detail in Figs. 4: and 5. This plate is formed of thin metal and has a tapering body f whose re tracted or front end abuts against the back of the ornament or plate D forcing the-latter into tight contact with its seat in the flange c. The rear or base portion'of the member F rests upon the plate E and is provided with diametrically oppositely disposed integral arms 1, integral with two arcuate extension plates i The arms f pass through the slots 0 The opposite margins ofthe portions f are provided with perforations to receive hollow pivot members i as best seen in Fig. 5. To the front of each plate f are swaged ornamental hollow 'curved shells 9 provided with marginal slots g to admit the arms f also with elevations g at one end to allow. clearance of the pivots or rivets. The edges of the shells are rolled over as at g to clamp against the rear of the member f ornamental plates 72..
The latter are shorter than the plates 9 so as not to interfere with one pivot, and have elevations h at their ends to allow clearance of the second pivot. s
The rivets f pivotally engage the ends of In detail the arm a comprises the hollow outer shell 71 which engages by a rolled over portion 41 a flat back plate j provided with end perforations 7a to receive the headed.
of the pivots f is that in the plate f while ber comprising a shell provided with oppo member engaging against the inner face of the flange,
the opposite endpivots o are the usual arm pivots. a V
What I claim is 1.- The combination with the crossed arms of a lazy-tongs bracelet, of a setting memsitely disposed openings, an ornamental the front of'the shell, a base plate ln the; rear of the shell and engaged thereby, a guard plate within the shell pressing against the ornamental member, and engaged by the base plate, arms integral with the guardplate extending through the openings in the shell, extension plates integral with the arms exterior of the shell,
and means for pivotally connecting the ends of the extension plates with the ends of the crossed arms.
2. The combination with the crossed arms of a lazy-tongs bracelet, of a shell provided with diametrically opposite openings in its side, inturned flanges upon the front-portion of the shell, an ornamental member mounted within the flange and engaging the inner face of said flange, a conical guard plate in the shell having its retracted portion in contact with the inner face ofthe ornamental member and engaged by the shell and held thereby, arms integralwith the guard plate extending through the openings, extension plates upon the arms, and pivots in the ends of the extension plates engaging the ends of the crossed arms,
3. The combination with the crossed arms of a lazy-tongs bracelet, of a shell provided with openings in its side, a flangeupon the front portion of the shell, an ornamental,
member mounted in the front of the shell and'having a portion of its margin resting plate having one end abutting against theback of the ornamental member, arms upon the guard plate extending through theaopenings, a flange upon the rear of the shell, a base plate inthe shell between the guard plate and the last mentioned flange, extem.
ward portion of a guard Witnesses i sion plates integral with the arms, and pivot members connecting the ends of the exten- 'sion plates with the ends of the crossed arms.
4. The combination with the crossed arms of a lazy-tongs bracelet, of a shell provided with four openings in its side, two
of the openings being diametrically oposite of the two other openings, an inturned flange the shell, an ornamental member mounted in the shell engaging the flange, an inclined guard member abutting against the ornamental member located integral with the forwithin the shell, arms integral with the guard member extending through the openings, a base plate mounted in the back of the shell and engaged thereby, lugs upon the a base plate also entering said openings, ex tension plates integral pivot members in the ends of the extension plates engaging the ends of the crossed arms. 5. The combination with the crossed arms of a'lazy-tongs bracelet, of a shell provided with openings in its side, with the front of the shell, an ornamental member engaged by the Iflange, a guard with the arms, and
a flange integral member. in the shell abutting against the ornamental member, arms integral with the a guard plate extending through the openings,
a base plate mounted in the rear of the shell and engaged thereby, extension plates upon the ends of the arms andprovided with perforations in their nds, rivets extending through the perforations and loosely engaging the ends of the crossed arms, ornamental plates upon the front faces of the extension plates provided with elevated portio'ns above the rivets, and ornamental plates upon the back faces of the extension plates provided with elevations above the rivets.
In testimony whereof Ifhave affixed my signature in presence of two witnesses.
, OVE L. GAMMELGA ARD.
.GLm'EoRD S. Townn, VHORATIO E; BnLLows.--
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