US 1892738 A
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E. J. SCHNARR Jan. 3, 1933.
Filed Jan. 6, 1932 r, W 1m. o J. .fm
Patented Jan. 3, 1933 UNITED s'rATEs PATENT OFFICE EDWASRD J'. SOHNABR, OF BOCEESTER', NEW YORK, AS'SIGNOB TO BASTIAN BROTHERS COMPANY, OF ROCHESTER, NEW YORK, A CORPORATION OFNEW` YORK -RING Application led January 6, 1932. Serial No. 585,071.
'l`he invention relates to jewelry and metal personal' wear embodying gems, stones and ornamental settings.
The invention relates more particularly tov mg, in which:
Figurel is a perspective view of a ring illnstrative of an adaptation of the invention. w li'ig. 2 is a central circumferential sectional view thereof on the line 2-2 of lFig. 3.
Fiig, 3 is a transverse sectional view on the line 3-8 of lFig. 2.
H ig. f: is a detail'perspective view, the ps separated and disposed in relative orer., a
Corresponding and e parts are referred to in the following description d designated the several views of the drag by like reference characters.
The numeral f designates a body to which the invention is a plied., As shown, the body L is of annufar oation and constitutes a ring which is widened ata point in its circumferential length, as illnstrated at 2., a The widened portion 2'has a dat face 2' which rs cnt away, as at 3,
1h ffttme 4|: lS W the face 2,; Of the'wldan finwarly ledge having Pps Sep ened portion and is soldered or otherwise secured thereto. The frame d iaformed with an inwardly disposed ledge 5 which constrtutee a rest for a gem 6 or other form of ornament, stone or the like. A bezel 7 projects outwardly from the frame 4 and engages the edges of the gem 6 and is adapted to be bent thereagainst. Notches 8 are formed at opposite points in the ledge 5 of the frame 4.
A metal ornament 9 is placed against the gem 6 and is formed with tongues 10 which project rearwardly andare bent inwardly as at 10' around the bottom of the gem 6, and rest in the notches 8 and bear upon the face 2'. When the ornament 9 has been applied to 'the gem 6 the latter is pressed into the 'frame 4 and engages the ledge or seat 5 and obtains a snug fit within thebezel or projecting part 7.
After the gem 6 with the attached ornament 9 has been fitted to the frame 4 the ornament 9 is further secured by soldering the tongues 10to the bezel 7 of the frame et;
While the invention is particularly designed for finger rings, it is to be understood that it may be readily adapted to metal personal wear and articles of every description provided with jeweled settings.
VV hat is claimed is:
l. The combination with a body provided with a cut away portion, a frame mounted upon the body in line with the cut away portion thereof, said frame having notches opposite points, a gem seated within the frame, and an ornament applied to the face i? p portion cut away, of a frame secured to the body oposite the cut away portion and provided with notches, a gem seated within the frame, and an ornament on the gem inserted I into the said frame and provided with tongues which enge the notches of the frame. f
3. ln combination, a frame provided with arated, said frame having an outwardly pro- -Jiecting portion, a gem seated upon the inlit) 4. The combination with a body having a l an inwardly disposed ledge having portions cut away and including an outwardly disposed beze1,a gem seated within the frame upon the ledge thereof, and an ornament placed against the gem and having tongues accommodated in the cut away portions of 5 the frame and secured to the latter.
In testimony Whereof I have hereunto set my hand.
EDWARD J. SCHNARR.