US 1009297 A
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M, GABEAU. BREAST SUPPORTBR. APPL ooooooooooooooooooooo 9.
1,1.)09297. Y Patented Nov.21, 1911.
i the Abust wouldifbe'?disguisedfandtheb be;y ,disagreeably n andi y uncomfortably c n e *,Atened. In order, tljiereifore, that tlieedges f UNITED STATES PATENT, orrrona MADELEINE euLBEAUQoFy PARIS, FRANCE.
To all whom 'it may rconcern."-
Be 1t known that I, MADELETNE GABEAU,
a citizen of the Republic of France, and a resident of Paris, France, have inventedV I be supportedvinamanner permitting'ad# .justmento theposition of thebreasts'without disguising theirqformand without dan-'-` 15 ger of discomfortto' the wea-rer'. v
In the accompanying drawings, Figure l shows a perspective viewl of the Vcomplete device, Fig'. 2 shows one 4formof-'thefout-f lining band, and Fig. 3' shows a modifiedl form given to the upward extension of said-band, c
.The support proper consistsota flexible textile coveringd suitably shaped .to more or less envelop'and protect they whole oi' each `breast-separating breast. In order to sustain this envelop and` permit of drawing .itinore yor lessftightly 'so kas to-adjust itacross the bosom',`jeI preotherwiseat the' back.' Thebands j profe. c; erably carry busksgf"to'aiiordfabetter ante i' 'jtachment for-the shoulderj-strapsgnf vthe body and can. be secured rvice were l formed "solely-'fof textile -material'- g v'drawn across vthe bosonhthenaturalfforinfof' ISFSL nata! of 4the material d may, becarriedclose along .conform toy thexlower curvesfof u,and has an upwardextension n u n 45;*Fig. :Zas havingfan 4inverted Vf-shape'g' This, `-'j e'axtensionV separate thefbrea and 'carriesf'V f the inner and D11-def cQntQuri as 'to' Preserve their O-rm @dining ban'df metil b 'Wmo f the breasts', mpl'oyfan sbent to u shown in y, Y A `device for vsupporti fer to employ bands f which passaroundi:
by 4straps; ori,
'drawing thesaine adjustahiy across i 'hreastafin comblnation wit sharply upwardltoaiford ,afseparab .1,
Patented Nov. 21,1911. 523,811.
i the inner edges of the coverings d down between the breasts so'as to outline their form. If desired, thejtop'of this extension mayfbe ngven the curve shown in Fig.l 3, and of 50 course other forms may be given to it withoutdeparting from my invention. y *In some cases it is found advisable to provvide means wherebyy the form of the upward extension of the band .a may bel some-k whatmodiied to ysuit the wearer. For this purpose I provide the lacingcshown in Figi. V1A whereby the `sides of the upward extension' may e drawn together tol the extentV desired.V4
` I` am aware :what 1 claim isto i g the female bust` l without disguising its 4forni comprising an i enveloping support 'or' iexibleg" il f 'terialfor each breast and suitablemeai Y y lmeflf 011t- Llngbandi secured alongglthe.. ower y:limeredges of/ said textilefsupp v .hfentlf'tol. followfrthe lower-jeont'ourof fthevbreafsts and 1mg I 'iieans between thebreasts,and-.allacingf' 4between the opposite'sides of said upwardly j curved kportion of ther,metallicv sub1 `8 istaritiallyfasdescribed` f v, n Ifngwitnes's ffwhereof I. have?,hereuntov set` myi hanfdein 'thef presence c of two lvvitnesfses. f :.:i MADELEINE GABEAU- Francoise Borsizonv A DEANB e Ascii,`