USD26269S - Design for a handle for spoons - Google Patents

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USD26269S
USD26269S US D26269 S USD26269 S US D26269S
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DESIGN.

E. PRETAT.

HANDLE FOR SPOONS.

Patented Nov. 1'7, 1896.

i N V E NTO R ederz'c t @reitd WITNESSES:

/ 'dULAAQ/K ATTORNEY uuQTfLuTNCL. wAsu UNITED STATES 'llllC ROGERS d: llAlllll/IYIN DESIGN FOR A HAN SPECIFICATION forming part of Design.

No. 26,269, dated November 17, 1896.

Application filer] September 14., 1896. Serial No. 605,83TL Term of patent 14 years.

To 61/ whone it may con-earn:

Be it known that I, Fl-l-EDERICK l1). li-cn'rnilr, a citizen of the United States, residing at \Vaterbury, in the county of New Haven and State of Connecticut, have invented and produced a new and original Design for the llandles of Spoons, Forks, due. and I do here- 'by declare the following to be a full, clear, and exact description of the invention, such as will enable others skilled in the art to which it appertains to make and use the same.

Referring to the accompanying drawings, illustrating my design, Figure 1 shows the obverse side of a handle embodying my design, while Fig. 2 shows the reverse side of such handle.

The essential features of my design as to the obverse side of the handle are as follows: The scroll-like orn amentations which diverge in pairs from the head of the handle and pre sent as a whole the conventional appearance of an acanthus-leaf; the beaded patterns between the members of each pair of such scrolls; the ornamentation at the upper end of the handle midway between the sides, rcpresenting a calyx and torus, the latter being flanked by a scroll pattern, while from the former diverge the said soroll-like ornamentations which resemble the acanthus-leaf; the pattern representing a calyx and torus about midway of the length of the handle, with scroll-like ornamentations which diverge in pairs from the calyx toward the lower end of said handle and present the conventional appearance of an acanthus-leaf, while the torus is flanked by a scroll-like pattern; the beaded patterns between the members of each pair of such scrolls; the combined scroll and foliate patterns which extend along the side edges of the handle between the two aforesaid acanthus-like ornam entations; the acanthus-like pattern at the lower end of the handle where the latter joins the bowl of the spoon, and the plain beads which extend along the side edges of the lower half of the handle between the acanthus ornamentations at the middle and lower end, respectively, of such handle.

Referring to Fig. 1, A is the handle. 1 are 50 the scroll-like ornamentations at the head of the handle and which as a whole present the appearance of an aoanthus-leaf, and 2. are the beaded patterns between the members of each. pair of such scrolls; 8, the calyx; 4, the torus, and 5 the foliate scroll patterns flanking the latter, while the ornamentations 1 diverge as the petals of a flower from said calyx.

6 '7 are the patterns which respectively represent a calyx and torus at about the middle portion of the handle. 8 are the scroll-like ornainentations which diverge in pairs from such calyx toward the lower end of the handle and present the appearance of an acanthus-leaf. 9 are the beaded patterns between the members of each pair of such scrolls, and 10 is the scroll-like pattern which flanks such torus. 11 are the combined scroll and foliate patterns which extend along the side edges of the handle between the acanthus-like ornainentations 1 8. 12 is the acanthus-like pattern at the lower end of the handle where the latter joins the bowl B, and 13 are the plain beads which extend along the side edges of the lower half of the handle between the aeanthus -like ornamentations 8 and 12.

The essential features of my design as to the reverse side of the handle are as follows: The plain scrolls diverging from the head of the handle and presenting the general appear ance of an acantl1us-leaf;the regular parallel scroll patterns extending from said acanthusleaf ornamentation along the edges of the handle down to about the middle portion thereof, and the plain beads extending from the lower terminals of said parallel scrolls along the edges of the handle down to the point where the latter adjoins the bowl of the spoon.

- Referring to Fig. 2, 1a are the plain scrolls which diverge from the head of the handle A and present the general appearance of an acanthus-leaf. 15 are the regular parallel scroll patterns which extend from such acanthus-leaf representation let down to about the middle portion of the handle, and 16 are the plain beads which extend from the lower terminals of the scrolls 15 along the edges of the handle down to the point where the 1atter joins the bowl 1}.

I elai1nfork, &c., substantially as shown in the sell.. In a, design for a spoon-handle 0r silnieolnpanying drawings. 10 ltl article, the obverse snbstmitiallyas shown In testimony whereof I affix m y sigrmture and described. in. presence of two witnesses.

2. In a design for a spoon-handle 0r shnl- I FREDERICK lRE'lA'l". lar article, the reverse substantially as shown 'Witnesses: and described. JOHN K. GOODRICH,

3. The design for the handle of a spoon, ALBERT G. FINNEY.

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