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US979664A
US979664A US1910566987A US979664A US 979664 A US979664 A US 979664A US 1910566987 A US1910566987 A US 1910566987A US 979664 A US979664 A US 979664A
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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F21LIGHTING
    • F21VFUNCTIONAL FEATURES OR DETAILS OF LIGHTING DEVICES OR SYSTEMS THEREOF; STRUCTURAL COMBINATIONS OF LIGHTING DEVICES WITH OTHER ARTICLES, NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
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P. J. HANDEL 5; A. E. TEIGH.

SHADE HOLDER.

APPLICATION FILED mm: 15. 1910.

7 5 Patented Dec. 27, 1910:

WITNESSES: IINVENQORS. r mafi xm Z BY ATTORNEY.

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PHILIP J. HANDEL AND ANTQNE E. TEICH, OF MERIDEN, CONNECTICUT; SAID TEIbH ASSIGNOR TO SAID HANDEL.

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Patented Dec. 27,1910.

Application filed .Tune 15, 1910. Serial No. 566,987.

The invention is ymrticularly adapted for;

use With shades which are supported from the top or upper side. and are adapted for use with either lamp, gas or electric fixtures.

Referring to the drawings: Figure 1 is a side elevation of a shade equipped. with the improved holder. the shade being broken.

away to show the holder in central vertical section. Fig. 2 is a sectional view on enlarged scale of part of a shade and holder, Fig. 3 is an exterior view of the holder.

This holder is adapted for use with shades made of glass or similar nnitcrial, and is secured in place in an opening formed in the top of the shade to permit of its engagementwith a standard. or support.

in the embodiment of our inventioirtthe shade illustrated is shown as used in ct 'i'ticction with an electric tixturc, which is indie cated by the letter (I, having a suppoi ting ring 7).

0 denotes the shade having an opening through the top.

The holder is made up of a ring 10 having double flanges 11-42, between which the upper edge of the shade is located, and a securing ring 15 which fits about the inner flange 11, engaging the edge of the shade from the under side, and is locked in place by clips '16 turned up from the lower edge of the inner flange 11'. This inner flange 11 is adapted to fit or rest on the flanged ring 7) of the stand-.

ard. An added feature of invention in this holder is the means which we employ to secure thoholdcr to the shade in such a main nor that the lower edge of the inner support ing flange 11 will be parallel with the lower edge of the shade, thus insuring that when the shade is put in place on a fixture it will stand symmetrical and true with respect to the fixture. lathe process employed in the mauul'm-tiu'e of shades they are formed up to shape in suitable dies to more or less exact i size and perfectly .t-rue; variations in the thickness of the material, and other causes tend to throw the inner surface of the shade out of true. In carrying out this part of our invention we form a shoulder on the exterior of the shade near the top opening, which is perfectly true and symmetrical with respect to the axis of the shade. The exterior flange 12 of the holder is shaped to fit and have a bearing upon this shoulder on the shade, this exterior or centering flange 19. being symmetrically arranged with respect to the inneror sl'lpporting flange 11. The securing ring is now fitted into place and locked by the clips 16, and the shade is ready for use with any sort of a standard.

\Ve. claim 1. The combination with a shade, of a holder therefor comprising a ring having exterior and interior depending flanges between which the upper edge of said shade is located, a non-rotatable securing ring surrounding said interior flange engaging the under side of said shade, and means for locking said securing ring in place.

.2. The combination with a shade having an inclined annular centering shoulder arrangetl exteriorly thereof near its upper edge. of a holder comprising a ring and an inclined exterior flange adapted to tit 35 against said inclined centering shoulder, an interior tlange projecting through the opcn-- ing in the top of said shade, and means en gaging the under edge of said shade to secure said holder in place.

3. The combination with a shade having an inclined centering shoulder on its exterior surface near the opening through its top, of a holder having a supporting member and an inclined centering face adapted to receive and engage the centering shoulder on said shade.

4. The combination with a shade having an inclined centering shoulder on its exterinr surface near the opening through its top, of a holder comprising a supporting member. a flange having an inclined centering face against which said shoulder is adapted to tit, and means for securing said teri-ng shoulder formed on the outer surface a non-rotatable ring engagement with sigpiporting member and underlying the edge '10 said shade, and clips on said supporting. of said shade, and clips on said supporting 'member adapted in locksaid ring n place. "member engaging said ring.

6. The cqmhination wlth a shade, a cen- PHILIP J. HANDED ANTONE E. TEICH.

thereof near the opening through its top, of a holder comprising a supporting member, Witnesses: i1 flange overlying and fitting against said JUNE KENWORTHY, sho'ulder, a securing ring separate from saidij W. KINGSLEY.

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