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US882668A
US882668A US35325407A US1907353254A US882668A US 882668 A US882668 A US 882668A US 35325407 A US35325407 A US 35325407A US 1907353254 A US1907353254 A US 1907353254A US 882668 A US882668 A US 882668A
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  • My invention relates to shaving cups, and has for its object the production of receptacles adapted to be used to make lather from Soap for shaving purposes, the bottoms of which consist of thin metal or thin metal dished in form and capable of being pressed inward by the fingers of the user. lneach of such receptacles there is a second bottom or partition, relatively rigid and located above the yielding bottom whereby a chamber is created between those bottoms, and the contents of the chamber may be discharged upwardly into the cup through a suitable perennial tone in the rigid bottom by pressing upon the yielding elastic lower bottom.
  • My invention has also for an object the provision of means constructed to permit the filling of the chamber mentioned with saponaceous material when it has been exhausted.
  • Figure l represents a vertical sectional view of my invention.
  • Fig. 2 is a top plan view of the cup with the cover removed.
  • Fig. 3 is a vertical sectional view showing a removable soap or preparation chamber, and
  • Fig. 4 is a plan view of the cup shown in Fig. 8 with the cover removed.
  • the letter A marks the body of the cup, the mouth ofvwhich is shown closed by the cover B.
  • the cover may have a threaded engagement with the cup as illustrated, or those threads may be omitted and the cover made to it the cup in any common manner.
  • the cover B has la central threaded throat b, and the threads of the throat are such as may be engaged by the two separated threaded portions C and D formed upon the handle E of the shaving brush F.
  • the oliice of the cover B is a double one. In addition to protecting the cu from settling dust or the like, it may be emp oyed as a lather guard. That is to say when the threaded portion C, the lower one, engages the throat of the cover as illustrated in Fig.
  • the rigid bottom al of the cup has an integral downwardly extending flange (d, and at the lower edge of that llange is suitably secured the flexible and elastic second bottom G. It is thought to be now clear that if the flexible bottom be pressed upwardly any shaving preparation in a fluid or semid'luid condition, or even .in the form of powder with which the space between the two bottoms may be lilled, will be forced upwardly into the cup through the perforated projection c2.
  • the elastic bottom G is provided with the ordinary round threads and removably engages corresponding threads at the lower edge of the cup. To Ylill the space between the bottoms with shaving preparations, the bottom G is unscrewed, the cup inverted, the space filled, and the bottom G replaced.
  • the bottom a of the cup or in other words, the rigid bottom, has no flange.
  • the soap or preparation chamber mentioned hereinabove being now afforded by the interior of the cylindrical box IiI, to which the flexible bottom G is suitably secured.
  • the box H its the lower external portion of the wall of cup A sufliciently tight to hold itself thereon yet still be removable when it is desirable to refill the box.
  • both forms of this invention is the same, and after a suflicient amount of the preparationhas been injected into the cup, the brush is moistened and the lather made in the usualv way.
  • the perforated projection o.2 rises a short distance above the bottom of the cup. Its height is designed to be enough to keep the opening of the perforated projection above the ordinary level of fluid in the cup which may be placed therein preparatory to making the lather, and in order that such fluid may not descend into the preparation in the chamber beneath the rigid bottom when that chamber is 'filled with a dry powder, for example.
  • a shaving cup having a removable A said chamber into the cup, substantially as described.
  • a shaving cup having a bottom provided with a perforated projection, and a box connected with the cup and having a lexible bottom located below the said bottom of the cup leaving a space between them, the said flexible bottom being constructed to be pressed inwardly' with the lingers thereby injecting the contents of the said chamber into the cup, substantially as described.
  • a shaving cup having an opening leading into it, and means connected with the said cup and including a flexible portion constructed to be pressed inwardly whereby lather-forming material may be injected into the cup through the said opening, substantially as described.

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C. M, DAVIS. SHAVING CUP.
APPLICATION-FILED JAN. 21, 1907.
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PATENTED MAR. Z4, 1908.
CHARLES M. DAVIS, OF BATTLE CREEK, MICHIGAN.
SHAVING-CUP.
Specification of Letters Patent.
Patented March 24, 1908.
Application led January 21, 1907. Serial No. 353,254.
To all whom fit may concern.
Be it known that I, CHARLES M. DAVIS, citizen of the United States, residing at Battle Creek, in the county of Calhoun and State of Michigan, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Shaving-Cups, of which the following is a specification.
My invention relates to shaving cups, and has for its object the production of receptacles adapted to be used to make lather from Soap for shaving purposes, the bottoms of which consist of thin metal or thin metal dished in form and capable of being pressed inward by the fingers of the user. lneach of such receptacles there is a second bottom or partition, relatively rigid and located above the yielding bottom whereby a chamber is created between those bottoms, and the contents of the chamber may be discharged upwardly into the cup through a suitable orice in the rigid bottom by pressing upon the yielding elastic lower bottom.
My invention has also for an object the provision of means constructed to permit the filling of the chamber mentioned with saponaceous material when it has been exhausted.
I accomplish the stated objects by fashioning and associating the parts as illustrated in the accompanying drawings of which Figure l represents a vertical sectional view of my invention. Fig. 2 is a top plan view of the cup with the cover removed. Fig. 3 is a vertical sectional view showing a removable soap or preparation chamber, and Fig. 4 is a plan view of the cup shown in Fig. 8 with the cover removed.
Like reference letters are used to designate the same parts throughout the specification and drawings.
The letter A marks the body of the cup, the mouth ofvwhich is shown closed by the cover B. The cover may have a threaded engagement with the cup as illustrated, or those threads may be omitted and the cover made to it the cup in any common manner. The cover B has la central threaded throat b, and the threads of the throat are such as may be engaged by the two separated threaded portions C and D formed upon the handle E of the shaving brush F. The oliice of the cover B is a double one. In addition to protecting the cu from settling dust or the like, it may be emp oyed as a lather guard. That is to say when the threaded portion C, the lower one, engages the throat of the cover as illustrated in Fig. 1, the lather when in a too 'fluid condition and running from the brush is caught in the cover before it reaches the hand of the usci'. The other threaded portion, D, may also engage the throat, whereupon the brush is in position to reach the bottom of the cup, as shown in Fig. 3.
In Fig. l, the rigid bottom al of the cup has an integral downwardly extending flange (d, and at the lower edge of that llange is suitably secured the flexible and elastic second bottom G. It is thought to be now clear that if the flexible bottom be pressed upwardly any shaving preparation in a fluid or semid'luid condition, or even .in the form of powder with which the space between the two bottoms may be lilled, will be forced upwardly into the cup through the perforated projection c2.
It will be noted in Fig. 1 that the elastic bottom G is provided with the ordinary round threads and removably engages corresponding threads at the lower edge of the cup. To Ylill the space between the bottoms with shaving preparations, the bottom G is unscrewed, the cup inverted, the space filled, and the bottom G replaced.
In Fig. 3, the bottom a of the cup, or in other words, the rigid bottom, has no flange. The soap or preparation chamber mentioned hereinabove being now afforded by the interior of the cylindrical box IiI, to which the flexible bottom G is suitably secured. The box H its the lower external portion of the wall of cup A sufliciently tight to hold itself thereon yet still be removable when it is desirable to refill the box.
The operation of both forms of this invention is the same, and after a suflicient amount of the preparationhas been injected into the cup, the brush is moistened and the lather made in the usualv way. I-Iere it will be noted that the perforated projection o.2 rises a short distance above the bottom of the cup. Its height is designed to be enough to keep the opening of the perforated projection above the ordinary level of fluid in the cup which may be placed therein preparatory to making the lather, and in order that such fluid may not descend into the preparation in the chamber beneath the rigid bottom when that chamber is 'filled with a dry powder, for example.
Having now described my invention and explained the mode of its operation, what I claim is.-
l. A shaving cup having a removable A said chamber into the cup, substantially as described.
8. A shaving cup having a bottom provided with a perforated projection, and a box connected with the cup and having a lexible bottom located below the said bottom of the cup leaving a space between them, the said flexible bottom being constructed to be pressed inwardly' with the lingers thereby injecting the contents of the said chamber into the cup, substantially as described.
4. A shaving cup, having an opening leading into it, and means connected with the said cup and including a flexible portion constructed to be pressed inwardly whereby lather-forming material may be injected into the cup through the said opening, substantially as described.
In testimony whereof I affix my signature in presence of two witnesses.
CHARLES M. DAVIS.
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HOWARD H. BALDORFF, THOMAS ANNIs.
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US2480331A (en) * 1946-10-31 1949-08-30 Isaac M Lecker Cosmetic brush
US4446879A (en) * 1981-09-25 1984-05-08 L'oreal Receptacle for make up powder
US20020057938A1 (en) * 2000-11-07 2002-05-16 Gueret Jean-Louis H. Application device, system, and method
US6474346B1 (en) * 2001-05-04 2002-11-05 Sam Sung Corporation Powder case

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US2480331A (en) * 1946-10-31 1949-08-30 Isaac M Lecker Cosmetic brush
US4446879A (en) * 1981-09-25 1984-05-08 L'oreal Receptacle for make up powder
US20020057938A1 (en) * 2000-11-07 2002-05-16 Gueret Jean-Louis H. Application device, system, and method
US7066674B2 (en) * 2000-11-07 2006-06-27 L'oreal, S.A. Application device, system, and method
US6474346B1 (en) * 2001-05-04 2002-11-05 Sam Sung Corporation Powder case

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