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US1540012A
US1540012A US70085024A US1540012A US 1540012 A US1540012 A US 1540012A US 70085024 A US70085024 A US 70085024A US 1540012 A US1540012 A US 1540012A
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47BTABLES; DESKS; OFFICE FURNITURE; CABINETS; DRAWERS; GENERAL DETAILS OF FURNITURE
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June 925. A 1,540,012

4G. JANUARY A CQMBIDED TABLE AND LAMP STANDARD Filed March 21. 1924" or book shelf extend above t w s J lie 2,1925.

UNITED STATES.

' eanmrr'r nirvana, on wasnmeron,-n1smc'r or conuxnm ooum'nnn TABLE Ann mu smnnaan f Application filed March 21; 1924. Serial no. 700,350.

1 -To'all 'wlwm it may concern.

itknown that I, G RNn'rrJANUARr, a

citizen of the United f States, residing at Washington, in the District of Columbia, have-invented a new-and useful Piece 01' 7 Article of Furniture, More Specifically a v Combined Table and. Lamp Standard, of

' attractive in ap which the following is a specification, ref

erence being, had to the accompanying drawing, which 1s made a part of the same. j a The object of the invention is to produce an article of furniture which will serve the two-foldpurpose of a table or a'book case or book-shelves and a lamp standard. Further, to provide such a device of simple andcheap construction which will be neat and arance.

To attain the esired objects the invention may be stated, briefly, consists in having one or more of. the supportinglegls of the table or to a suflicie'nt height to constitute a lamp standard or provide a support for lighting fixtures. This object-is attained by having this leg, or these legs, securedto or near the edge of-the table or shelf. 'Theetable may consist of a top with or without a number bined. table an of shelves, and be of an shape convenient to the uses and artistic evelopment of-this pace 'of'furniture. This combined table or k shelf and Iam stand'ard may either ofwood or other material, and the leg or circuit wires, gas fpipes, or the like,.- or may bemade solid as 'isbest-adapted to'the light-' i fixture which is inten we as to rovide andto's'e'cure ample. su an balancing means for said tab e illustrating selected emandlam ed to attach as shelf.

In the bodiments of my invention:

Fig. -1 isa' triangular top. p Fig. 2 a perspective of at table showing a semicircular or curvilinear to ,2, and shelf,

Ibookshelf having a lamp standard'jthat if 3., combinedwith an exten d. l sup gs ndard, and,

lar tops and she ves each with a pair o 11111111 standards.

e top thereof f the extended leg rigidly seen I side of the semi-clrcle and with one shelf rspective view of coin lamp standard showing a desired is to be placed against the wait and would cause the shade to strike the wall,

-PATENIIT1 shaft or hell crank ferred manner, the balancin and supporting leg 5 extending -upw'ar' or projecting above the table top at 6,.a suflicient hei ht to form and constitute a lamp standard or the usual lamp and shade preierably for those of the electric type.

In Fi 2, the same general structure is provi'edand is shown as adapted toe semi-circular type of table to and shelf,

on the; outbelow also secured to saidleg. This is especially adapted for use at theen at a Figure 3 is an adaptation ofmy combined,

leg and standard to a book case comprising a number ofbook shelves, two of the legs, 5', extending u ward to form-an artistic ems standard 6, 0r lamp shades'and lamp 7, sai standards being of any desired design.

bodi-ment which I have found useful difiering from" Figure 3 in that-the extended legs constituting the lamp standards 5' are both laced at the front instead of at the opposite onal comers, front andback, as m Figinvention stam s the adaptation 'of the combined .mpporting 10 side necessary only from the, structureshown in Figures 1 and 2 in the shape of thetop. These lampstandard legs are made hollow or bored to receive,

ouse, and

cover or protect the electric wires or con- --nections for an electric lamp or forigas pipes 'if a gas lamp isused and as is indicated by lines at' 8. The bore of the l standard may extend clear throng the In theeinbodiments of my invention with the triangular or semi-circular top. andtheand lower end of the leg or at. least to an open- In Figure 4 is shown another selected emstandardfto ometa ar card tablesjvhigchitis'not: eon-' to illustrate it difiers preferably a ing 9 adapted toreceive the usual socket 1 for the plug of a. connecting cord, the con"- necting wires within the leg remaining permanentl in place. These features are illustrated 1n Figure 3, but it'is understood that such constructionis characteristic of all these combinations of lamp-standards andall characterized by the factthat one or more of thesupporting legs extend upward to form a lamp-stand, standard or standards.

Having thus fully described my invention, I claim: 1 i

.1; As a new article ofman'ufacturaahori- 'zontal top member, having a plurality of supporting legssecured thereto, onelleg of which extends upward above said member to provide and constitute 'a' supporting standard for lamp fixtures. o i

2. As a new article of manufacture, a

combined table and lamp standard comprisporting legs, one or more of said legs extending above said top to constitute a lamp standard. or standards, substantially as shown and described. v

3. A new article of manufacture, comprising a plurality of horizontal members, each ing a horizontal top and a plurality of supadapted" to. receive and support articles placed thereon,'*a plurality of supporting legs atone side thereof and one or more additional supporting legs spaced therefrom to balance and support said members, said members being secured thereto and one or ,more of said additional legs extending above the upperend of said members to provide and constitute astandard or standards for a lamp fixture or fixtures, substantially as shown and described.- 1

In testimony whereof I allixlmy signature.

GARNETT JANUARY.

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Cited By (2)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2787380A (en) * 1954-06-28 1957-04-02 Herb W Vendig Article of furniture having releasably interconnected superimposed sections
US3342147A (en) * 1966-04-12 1967-09-19 George Marshall Thomas Modular table

Cited By (2)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2787380A (en) * 1954-06-28 1957-04-02 Herb W Vendig Article of furniture having releasably interconnected superimposed sections
US3342147A (en) * 1966-04-12 1967-09-19 George Marshall Thomas Modular table

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