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Publication numberUS1571860 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateFeb 2, 1926
Filing dateNov 30, 1923
Priority dateNov 30, 1923
Publication numberUS 1571860 A, US 1571860A, US-A-1571860, US1571860 A, US1571860A
InventorsMeyer Gertrude M
Original AssigneeMeyer Gertrude M
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Baking glove
US 1571860 A
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Feb. 2 1926..

G. M. MEYER BAKING GLOVE 2 Sheets-Sheet 1 Filed Nov. 30

' f", Qua-m G. M. MEYER BAKING GLOVE Feb. 2 1926. 1,571,860

Filed Nov. 30, 1923 2 Sheets-Sheet 2 Patented Feb. 2, 1825:.

PATENT OFFICE.

GERTRUDE M. MEYER, OF DAVIS, WEST VIRGINIA.

BAKING GLOVE.

Application filed November 30, 1923. Serial No. 677,840.

To all whom it may concern Be it known that I, GERTRUDE M. MEYER,

a citizen of the United States, residing at Davis, in the county of Tucker and State of West Virginia, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Baking Gloves, of which the following is a specification.

My invention relates to a glove for protccting a persons hand when cooking, baking or handling hot dishes.

The glove is constructed of heat-insulating material such as asbestos cloth and lined on the inside and the outside with ordinary fabric such as canvas. The glove is moreover furnished with a .reinforcing piece of leather or the like covering the palm and the under side of the fingers to increase the wearing qualities of the glove.

In the accompanying drawings, one embodiment of the invention is illustrated, and- Figure 1 is a perspective view partly in section of the glove forming the subject matter of the present invention;

Figure 2 is a transverse section along line 22 of Figure 1;

Figure 3 is a plan view of a pattern for the cuff of the glove;

Figure 4 is a plan view of the pattern for the palm piece of the glove or what might be termed the semi trank;

Figure 5 is a plan view of the pattern for the thumb piece;

Figure 6 shows plan views of the patterns for the finger pieces;

Figure 7 is a plan view of the pattern for the reinforcing leather of the palm and fingers, and

Figure 8 is a plan view of the pattern for the reinforcing leather of the thumb.

Referring first to Figures 3, 4, 5 and '6 these figures show the patterns for the-material from which the glove is made up. As already stated, the glove has a central heatinsuiating portion 55 preferably of a twoply asbestos cloth and this central portion as well as the inner and outer linings 56 and 57 are all out according to the patterns shown in said Figures 3, 4, 5 and 6. Ac-

cordingly, each part of the glove consists of three layers, namely, a central double layer of asbestos cloth and a lining for both sides of this cloth of canvas or the like and after cutting the parts according to these patterns they are laid together as just described and temporarily fastened.

' second finger.

In Figure 4 is shown the semi-trank piece 10 Wl11Cl1 is slit along parallel lines 11 to form the under side of the fingers. The reference numeral 12 represents the flat bottom portion of the little finger, the numeral 13 the bottom portion of the third finger, 1

and the numeral 14 the bottom portion of the second finger. The numeral 15 represents the bottom portion of the first finger, the top and side portions of which are formed by aportion 16 which is curved h along its outer edge and adapted to fold along a stralght dot and dash line 17, while the curved edge 18 is adapted to be sewn along the slit 19 forming the edge of the finger portion 15. The inwardly curved part 42 of the edge of the first finger portion 16 fits against the edge 41 of the linger piece 29. The thumb piece 21 is also folded along a straight line 22 while the edges 23 and 24 of the thumb piece are sewn together and the straight edge 20 and curved edge 25 fit along the recessed edge 25 of the semi-trank piece 10.

As already described, the finger portions 12, 13, 14 and 15 remain flat, and the corresponding upper pieces of the fingers are shown in Figure 6 where the piece 27 represents the top of the little finger, 28 the top of thethird finger and 29 the top of the These top pieces are shown with narrow shanks 30, 31 and 32 and broad spade-like ends 33, 34 and 35, respectively. The outer straight edge 35 of the finger piece 27 is sewn along the outer straight edge 36 of the semi-trank piece 10, while the spade shaped end 33 of the piece 27 is bent down along the edges to meet the corresponding edges of the little linger portion 12 and the straight edge 11 thereof where they are sewn together. Similarly, the third finger piece 28 has the curved edge of its spade-shaped end 34 bent down along its edges and united by stitching along the straight edges 11 and the rounded point of the finger portion 13 of the semi-trank piece 10. The straight edge 37 is sewn along the edge 38 of the little finger piece 27 and the opposite edge 39 of the shank 31 is sewn along the edge 40 of the shank 32, while the other edge 41 of said shank is sewn to the inwardly curved edge 42 of the seini-trank piece 10. The spade-shaped end 35 of this lit) The coil piece i3 which, as already described, consists oi? a central asljieetos cloth portion and outer and inner linings of canvas or the like, is Folded along a central line -l-l and ite two side edges to sewn together to provide a cliff and the tor-Ward edge 58 of this entli' is sewn to the rear ends ot' the linger nieces 2T. 12: and and to the straight rear ed in and ll of the eenii-tranlt piece and the tlnnnh piece respectively. The leather piece in is cnt to lit the under side of the semi-crank piece ill, the straight edge ll) Sitting); along; the etraic'ht edge -lti oi said piece, while the opposite edges; it and 31 lit along the straight line 1T and odor 3t) oi the latter. The linger portiona of this leather piece ltl accordingly coincide with the flat linger portions 12, i3, it and if; ot' the a e The thinnh piece ini tranlq piece it). 5th also of leather is out accord no to the pattern shown in Figure ti so as to ti: with its at: ht edge =2 alone the stra grht edges 23 and :loi the thnnih piece :1 while the curred edgz e 5&3 tits along the edge 25' of said linger piece and the edge a l along tl e straight line 22.

it very strong and dnrahle glove prodnced in this nianneand a glare that hives excellent protection againstexcessive heat. its :seen particularly in Figure l where a portion ot the coil hae been hrolten away the aeheetoe cloth 55 is inserted heto'een the inner lining 56 and the outer lining 5?. The nnder side ot the e'loi'e as Well as the thnnil hae. as already described, reinforcing pieces of leather 4S and 59.

The central layer ot' asbestos cloth is preferably two ply, that is to say, two sheets of aabeetoe cloth are out to size and quilted or stitched together as indicated in Fig". 1 before be ng inserted. hetrreen the surrounding layers 56 and Iii of canvas. The glove is a good protection tor the hands not only for persons handling hot dishes and cooking utensils hat for anyliiody that handles articles in a heated state such as mechanics, lililtfliSlllltllS foundry men and others having to work near red hot: or molten metal.

Having thus descrihed the invention, What claimed as neeis:

A glove including a body portion and a call, said hotly comprising a seini-trank slit iron! its tor-Ward end to Form a palm portion and linger extensions, one linger extension being: partially slit rnidr'a x its Width from its forward end to form eoope'ating Side Start OTIS eonnstitnting the front and hack portions of the til-at linger ot' the glove when aaid eeini-tranh is 'lolded longitndh trail along; the lne oil the laetanentioned alit, the rear portion at said Stllllld'ltlllli being formed with a thenilrreceiving recess haringr parallel side odors joned by a curved i'ronl' edge, hack forming: stripe secured at their aids; to arch otlier a id to adjacent erlhjea oi" the finger and pahn-t niniing portions: oi mid scnii-tranh. a thin'nl i-torini11g strip having side edg er: converging forward];' and merging into curved forward edge portions fntcraectiinr intermediate the Width oi the thrinlnforming sirip, the rear edge o't eaid thninh atrip er-ttending at right angles to its aria and the rear corner portions heinn (at diagonally. eaid thinnh strip Reine donhled lr llt'l'ltlltllllllfi and sewed together along; its converging); side edges and across ita forward end, its remaining;edge rmrtionn heinoaewed to said senii-trank along the ed ot the tlnnn'o recess, a reinitorcenient "for the pahn and finger portions ot said seinrtranle and a re nlbrcelnent "for the thumb covering the inner and end snr- (EJQRTRUDE M. MltlYlillrl. [1,. at]

Referenced by
Citing PatentFiling datePublication dateApplicantTitle
US4197592 *May 31, 1978Apr 15, 1980Cluett, Peabody & Co., Inc.Sport glove
US4302851 *May 27, 1980Dec 1, 1981Adair Robin WHigh temperature protective mitt
Classifications
U.S. Classification2/169, 2/164
International ClassificationA41D19/02, A41D19/015
Cooperative ClassificationA41D19/02, A41D19/01529
European ClassificationA41D19/02, A41D19/015D