US1534870A - Container for face powder, rouge, or the like - Google Patents

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US1534870A
US1534870A US595887A US59588722A US1534870A US 1534870 A US1534870 A US 1534870A US 595887 A US595887 A US 595887A US 59588722 A US59588722 A US 59588722A US 1534870 A US1534870 A US 1534870A
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    • A45DHAIRDRESSING OR SHAVING EQUIPMENT; EQUIPMENT FOR COSMETICS OR COSMETIC TREATMENTS, e.g. FOR MANICURING OR PEDICURING
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April 21, 1925.
W. H. ROYSTONE CONTAINER FOR FACE POWDER, ROUGE, OR THE LIKE Filed oct. 21, 1922 Tql- BY EM www ATTORNEYS Patented Apr. 2l, 1925.
UNITED. STATES PATENT OFFICE:
- WLLIAM HERBERT ROYSTONE, OF NEW YORK, N. Y.
CONTAINER FOR FACE POWDER, ROUGE, OR THE LIKE. v i
Application led October 21, 1922. Serial No. 595,887.
This invention relates to ya container..
which has been designedmore particularlyl for the purpose of enabling one to carry in a convenient manner a supply both of rouge and of face powder, or face powder alone.
The principal object of the present invention is to provide a device of this character which will occupy a minimum of space andv yet provide the user with a sufficiently large supply of face powder and of which thc rouge may last for a number of months while the face powder may be replenished at frequent intervals.
Another objectV of the invention is to provide a. device, of the type referred to, in which the face powder is loose, rather than compacted, whereby replenishing is facilitated.
Another object of the/invention is'to provide a device in which the loose powder originally supplied with the vreceptacle by the manufacturer is eHectively sealed against spillage until it is sold to the user, and so arranged that the user vmay readily obtain access to the powder.
Another object of the invention is to provide an article adapted for carrying face powder, with a suitable screen thru which the powder may pass to the pu when desired, the screen preventing undue spillage.
Another object of the invention is to provide a structure into which a new supply either of -face powder or of rouge (as'may be necessary) may be placed by the user.
Another object of thel invention is to so arrange the container that, when one is using either rouge or face powder, there is no danger of spillage or loss of the one not 1n use.
Another object of the invention is to so arrange the parts that one will ordinarily obtain a larger supply of face powder on the lpug than rouge on the corresponding rouge pu Another object of the invention is to so arrange the parts that the loose powder is kept in a compartment provided for it byv rouge, and in the engagement of the puff with the foi-aminous material which holds the powder in the compartment.' will appear as the description proceeds.
In the accompanying drawings there is shown for the purpose of illustration one of Other and further objects the many embodiments in whichthe rinvention may take form.
Fig. 1 is a sectional view on the line 1-1 of Fig. 2, showing an intermediate element of the article; A
- Fig. 2is an elevation with parts broke/n Yaway ,and taken in the direction of the arrow 2 of Fig1; and
Fig. 3 is a section of the completed container showing one of the covers in an open position.
A sheet metal stamping 10 is the intermediate element of the completed container. It is so stamped that it can contain a supply lof face powder and support a supply Vof rouge, and to it are fastened the covers to be described. This sheet metal stamping 1s preferably made round as indicated in Fig. 2. The upper surface 11, as shown in Fig. l, is depressed at 12 in order to provide a recess 13 which may accommodate a compact-14 of rouge. The outer walls 15 of the stamping 10 are preferably provided with a centrally arranged bead 16,' which is adapted to operate as an abutment for the covers to be described and to make the structure more rigid. The lower side of the stamping 10 is y,
preferably drawn in as at. 17 and is then extended downwardly as shown at 18 in order to accommodate a ring 19 as shown.
The ring 19 preferably lits the portion 18 of the stamping 10 tightly enough so as to remain in place yet not so tight that it would be ditlicult to pullit off by taking hold of the. bead 20. The ring 19 holds in place a screen 21 of foraminous material, which is preferably'l a rather closely meshed wire screen, and backs thel same up against -a thin ring 22 which abuts the lower end' of the portion 18. The arrangement of the rings 19 and 22 and the screen 21 is such that 'i are located opposite projections 25 and 26. The hinge members and projections are adapted to cooperate with cover members 27 and 28 in the manner shown. The cover member 28 is referably deeper'than the cover member 2 in order to accommodate a owder puff 29 (indicated in dotted lines) tween the cover member and the screen 21.
' The cover members are provided with mir- 4rors 30 and 31 held in place by rings 82 and 33. i
When the device is laced on the market it is preferably provi ed with a supply of face powder which fills the inside of the stamping 10. In order that it may be kept in place, I prefer to place a sheet of paper 34 adjacent the screen 21. I have here shown the paper intermediate the ring 19 and the screen `21. This may be provided with suitable advertising matter, and directions, and ma be readily removed byy the user. Therea r the user depends upon 4the puff 29 to sufficiently close up the holes in the screen so that little powder escapes. A sufficient amount may be easily obtained by merely tapping the receptacle which will cause some powder to pass thru the screen.
While I have shown and described but one form of my invention, I desire to state that this preferable form has been selected for illustrating my invention.
What is claimed is:
1. A receptacle to contain loose face powder, one side of which hasV a readily remova-ble sifter-screen whereby the supply of powder may be replenished, said sifter screen being covered with a removable sheet of paper or the like.
2. A receptacle to contain loose face powder, one side of which has a readily removable sifter-screen whereby the supply of powder may be replenished, said sifterscreen being covered'with a removable sheet of paper or the like, and the opposite side of said container having a recess to contain a cake of rouge.
3. A container for face powder having an opening covered by a relatively-immovable screen, means for removably retaining the screen in place, and a readily removable seal preventing the powder from passing throu h the screen.
4. container for face powder having two portions of different, diameter, and having an opening coextensive with the smaller diameter, a screen over the opening, a ring holding the screen in place, and a cover cooperating with the larger diameter portion and inclosing the ring and smaller diameter portion.
5. A vanity case' having a compartment l for loose powder, a powder puff, a closure for the compartment, said closure permit -ting powder to get to the puff, and a sheet of paper sealing the closure so that powder can not escape to the puff until the sheet of paper has been removed.
8. A container for face powder having two portions of different diameter, and having an opening coextensive with the smaller diameter, a screen over the opening, said container having a wall provided with an open recess to hold a cake of rouge, and covers attached to the container, one cover being opposite the screen, the other opposite the recess. 4
WILLIAM HERBERT ROYSTONE.
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US5515875A (en) * 1994-10-24 1996-05-14 Acker; Stanley Loose powder compact
US6009885A (en) * 1998-09-10 2000-01-04 Pacific Corporation Powder puff case for powder adhesion

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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
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US5515875A (en) * 1994-10-24 1996-05-14 Acker; Stanley Loose powder compact
US6009885A (en) * 1998-09-10 2000-01-04 Pacific Corporation Powder puff case for powder adhesion

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