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US2374092A
US2374092A US455797A US45579742A US2374092A US 2374092 A US2374092 A US 2374092A US 455797 A US455797 A US 455797A US 45579742 A US45579742 A US 45579742A US 2374092 A US2374092 A US 2374092A
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47GHOUSEHOLD OR TABLE EQUIPMENT
    • A47G19/00Table service
    • A47G19/22Drinking vessels or saucers used for table service
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65DCONTAINERS FOR STORAGE OR TRANSPORT OF ARTICLES OR MATERIALS, e.g. BAGS, BARRELS, BOTTLES, BOXES, CANS, CARTONS, CRATES, DRUMS, JARS, TANKS, HOPPERS, FORWARDING CONTAINERS; ACCESSORIES, CLOSURES, OR FITTINGS THEREFOR; PACKAGING ELEMENTS; PACKAGES
    • B65D23/00Details of bottles or jars not otherwise provided for
    • B65D23/12Means for the attachment of smaller articles
    • YGENERAL TAGGING OF NEW TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS; GENERAL TAGGING OF CROSS-SECTIONAL TECHNOLOGIES SPANNING OVER SEVERAL SECTIONS OF THE IPC; TECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER USPC CROSS-REFERENCE ART COLLECTIONS [XRACs] AND DIGESTS
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April 17, 1945. GLASER 2,374,092

7 MULTIPLE VESSEL COMBINATION Filed Aug. 22, 1942 I 91- .1 19 .6.

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Patented Apr. 17, 1945 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE 2,374,092 MULTIPLE VESSEL COMBINATIO Michael Glaser, New York'lfi, N. Y. Application August 22, 1942, Serial No. 455,797

8 Claims.

This invention relates to a composite article of manufacture, and more particularly to a bottle or container for storing fluent or liquid substances or other goods, said bottle or container having a recessed part in which another smaller vessel, or more specifically a cup, for drinking, medical or other purposes can be kept, while said vessel or cup is not in use.

An object of this invention is to provide a de vice for treating eyes comprising a bottle for the treating liquid with a recessed bottom part in which an eyecup is held while said eyecup is not in use.

A further object of the invention is to provide an improved bottle for medical or refreshment purposes, having a recessed bottom in which a medical or drinking cup can be stored.

A still further object of this invention is to provide an improved bottle for various purposes with a storage chamber in its recessed bottom in which a cup can be kept hygienically clean.

Another object of this invention is to provide an improved bottle containing a cup which does not increase the outer ize of the bottle, thus the bottle can easily be carried in luggage or in a pocket.

Other objects and the nature and advantages of the invention will be apparent from the following description taken in conjunction with the accompanying drawing, wherein:

Fig, 1 illustrates. a front view of the new bottle combination, with the bottom part broken away showing the inserted eyecup;

Fig. 2 shows a bottom plan view of the bottle and eyecup in Fig. 1;

Fig. 3 is a front view of a cup for medical purposes to be inserted in the bottom part of a bottle according to the invention;

Fig, 4 shows a cross section through the bottom part of a modification of the improved bottle with an inserted cup for drinking purposes and a sanitary cover for said cup;

Fig. 5 is a perspective view of a modification of a cup for medical purposes, constructed for dispensing small drops;

Figs. 6 and '7 illustrate the cup of Fig. 5 inserted in a bottle in cross section and bottom plan view,

respectively.

Referring to the drawing, the bottle ID in Fig. 1 has an oval shape. It can be made of any suitable material such s glass, metal, rubber, natural or artificial resin or other plastic material. Preferably, the bottle it is made of glass. The bottle may have at its top the usual screw cap II as closure means. The bottom end of the bottle I0 upright on aid generally flat annular wall portion l5. Two protruding pairs of rim segments I6 and I! are provided opposite to each other at the inner edge of the generally annular wall portion l5. Each of these pairs of rim segments is spaced by a small curved depression as at l8 and IS in the surface of the wall portion 13 of the recess 12 of thebottle HL'which depressions are located opposite to each other. An eyecup 20 made of any suitable slightly elastic or resilient material such as rubber, metal, natural or artificial resin of phenol condensation products, celluloid, or the like plastic is inserted into the recess I2 of the bottle I0. Said eyecup 20 which has approximately the same shape as said recess I2 has a reinforced projected edge 2! at its open side. The edge 2| is bent in such a way that the eyecup fits snuglyinto the eye to be treated. The open side of the eyecup faces downwards, when the eyecup 20 is inserted into said recess l2. A small gap or space 23 is preferably left between the wall of the eyecup 20 and the wall portions l3, M of the recess l2.

The eyecup 20 can easily be removed from the recess E2 of the bottle ID by introducing two fingers into the depressions l8 and I9, respectively, and pressing with said fingers slightly against the edge 2| of the eyecup 20. Since the eyecup 20 is made of resilient or elastic material, it will be slightly distorted or bent by exertion of pressure against its walls, whereby the edge 21 can easily be slipped over the rim segments l6, ll of the recess l2. Thu the eyecup 20"can be taken out entirely from the recess l2 and can be used for the treatment of the eyes in the ordinary manner. After the eyecup has been used, it can again be inserted into the recess l2 by simply pushing it into said recess, until the projecting edge 2| of the eyecup 20 snaps behind the protruding rim'segments I6, I! of, the recess 12.

Instead of an eyecup any other cup or the like vessel can be kept in such bottle. The cup 24 in Fig. 3 is constructed as a measuring cup'for laboratory, medical purposes or the like. At the the bottle and/or cupsone side of said cup 24 graduations 25 are provided for determining the volume content inside of said cup. If the cup 24 is made of transparent material the graduations 25 may be formed on the outer wall surface. The medical cup 24 of Fig. 3 can be inserted into a correspondingly formed recess of a medicine bottle, as described in connection with the bottle combination of Fig. 1.

In Fig. 4, a drinking cup 26 is inserted into the recess 21 of the bottom of a bottle containing a medicine or beverage. Whereas the side walls of the cups in Figs. 1 and 3 are slightly bent, the side walls of cup 26 are substantially'straight. The open side of the cup 26 is covered by a disk 28 of the same or other resilient or elastic ma- I store only one combined article, whereas preterial as or than the drinking cup 26 itself. For

example, the drinking cup 25 could be made of a plastic, such as Bakelite, whereas the cover disk 28 may consist of paper or cardboard with a moisture-proof coating. On. the surface of the covering disk 28 a printed text containing directions of use or advertising matter may be provided. The covering disk 28 fits .tightly behind the protruding rim segments 29, 30 of the bottle and rests on the outer edge 31 of the drinking cup 26. Before the drinking cup 26 will be taken out from the recess 21, the covering disk 28 has to be removed first iln the same way as the drinking cup 26 itself. Of course, such covering disks for the .cups may also be provided in the forms shown in Figs. 1 and 3. Instead of using a perma nent cover as shown in Fig. 4, a cover of very thin material, such as Cellophane, may be used, or said thin cover may be provided in addition to the permanent cover.

In the modification of Fig. 5, a cup 32.for medical purposes is illustrated which-can be inserted into a corresponding recess of a medical bottle,

as shown in Figs. 6 and '7. The cup 32 distinguishes over the cup 24 in Fig. 3 by the provision of a lip 33 at its rim for pouring very fine drops. In order to enable the user of the cup to hold it easily, a handle 34 is provided at the rim of the cup 32. This handle 34 is oifset by an angle of preferably 90 with respect to the lip 33. The lip 33 and the handle 34 fit in corresponding depr'essions 35 and 38 in the rim at the lower opening of the recess 3'! of the bottle 38. Four protruding rim portions 39, 43, 4!, and 42 are provided at the inner edge of the opening of the recess 3! for holding the inserted cup 32 in place. In order to remove the cup 32 ones finger can be introduced into a depression or cavity 43 which is located ODDOsite to the -depression 36 for the, handle 34. By exerting-pressure upon the edge of the walls of the inserted cup 32 by the finger introduced in said cavity 43 the cup which is made of elastic material will slightly be distorted, whereupon the edge of the walls can be slipped over the protruding rim portions 40 and 4! and the cup 32 be taken out entirely from the bottle recess 31. The cup 32 may be inserted into the recess by carrying out these operations in reverse. 1 Any other forms or shape for the bottle and/ or cups may be used. The invention is not limited to the use of round or oval. shapes vfor The structure of the new composite article .of manufacture insures a sanitary and hygienical storage of cups in bottles for various purposes. A p ti u r advanta e is that by use of the medical cup provided with graduations any. difficulty resulting from the different sizes of spoons which viously two pieces had to be kept.

The; invention may also be useful in other fields, such as chemistry, where it is necessary to" store liquids or other substances in bottles and dispense them into smaller vessels or cups.

Thus, the cup in Fig. 3 may advantageously be employed by a photographer for measuring photographic substances kept in a bottle belonging to said measuring cup. The invention is neither limited to bottles of a specific form or material nor to bottles for a specific use or content.

It will be obvious to those skilled in the art that various changes may be made in this device without departing from the spirit of the invention and therefore the invention is not limited to what is shown in the drawing and described in the specification but only a indicated in the appended claims.

I claim:

l. A multiple vessel combination, comprising a primary vessel and a secondary vessel, said primary vessel formed of relatively rigid walls, said secondary vessel having a relatively elastic or resilient wall portion, said primary vessel being formed with a receiving cavity for receiving saidsecondary vessel, said relatively rigid walls being provided with protruding portions at the opening of said receiving cavity, said protruding portions being adapted to hold said secondary vessel in place, whereby said secondary vessel will normally be held within said cavity and may be readily removed therefrom by distorting said elastic or resilient portion, so as to disengage same from said primary vessel.

2. A bottle for fluent substances, combined with a smaller cup, said bottle having walls formed with a recess of approximately the size of said smaller cup, spaced projections on the wall of the bottle at the opening of said recess, said smaller cup having walls being made of elastic or resilient material and having such a shape that it can be introduced into said recess and held therein by the spring-like action of its walls snapping behind said spaced projections.

3. A bottle according to claim 2, wherein a reinforcing, outwardly projecting rim is provided on the walls of the smaller cup at its open side.

4; A bottle for fluent substances, combined with a smaller vessel, said bottle having walls formed with a recess of approximately the size of said smaller vessel, protruding rim segments on the walls of the bottle at the opening of said recess, depressions in the surface of the recess walls for introducing ones fingers, said depressions spacing said segments and facing each other, said smaller vessel having walls being made of elastic or resilient material and having such a shape that it can be introduced into said recess and held therein by the spring-like action of its walls snapping behind said protruding rim segments.

combination, a medicine bottle having walls formed with a recess of the form of an eyecup in its bottom portion, an eyecup of approximately the size of said recess,'protruding portions on bottom, protruding rim segments on the walls of the bottle at the opening of said recess, a, smaller vessel having walls being made of elastic or resilient material, graduations on the walls of said smaller vessel for measuring the content of said vessel, said latter vessel having such a shape that it can be introduced into said recess and held therein by the spring-like action ct its walls snapping behind said protruding rim segments.

'7. A composite article of manufacture comprising in combination, a bottle for fluent sub stances, and a cup; said bottle having walls formed with a recess of approximately the size of said cup, protruding portions on the wall of the bottle at the opening of said recess, said cup having walls being made of elastic or resilient material and having such a shape that it can be introduced into said recess and held therein by the spring-like action of its walls snapping behind said protruding portions, a lip located at the edge of the open side of said cup, suitable for pouring very fine drops out of the cup.

8. A composite article of manufacture according to claim 7, characterized by the provision of a gripping means or handle on the edge-of the open side of the wall of the cup.

MICHAEL GLASER.

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