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Publication numberUS2080630 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateMay 18, 1937
Filing dateSep 18, 1935
Priority dateSep 18, 1935
Publication numberUS 2080630 A, US 2080630A, US-A-2080630, US2080630 A, US2080630A
InventorsNathanson George B
Original AssigneeNathanson George B
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Display package for jewelry
US 2080630 A
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May 18, 1937. G, B, NATHANSON 2,080,630

DISPLAY PACKAGE FOR JEWELRY Filed Sept. 18, 1935 Nlllll ll 11 INVENTOR GEORGE B. NATHANSOn.

ATTORNEY.

Patented May 18, 1937 UNITED- STATES PATENTQFFICE DIILAY ZACKAGE FOR JEWELRY George Nathanson, Brookline, Mass. A pplication September 18, 1935, Serial No. 41,143

( 4 Claims. (Cl. 206-44) This invention relates to a display package for vided with side walls Hi and front and back walls jewelry. l and I6 as shown in Fig 1. Y An object of my invention is to provide a dis- The box I, the inner receptacle portion 6 and play box, preferably of ornamental design wherethe spacer l I are assembled and glued together 5 upon to arrange and display a piece of jewelry so as to form the assembly as shown in Fig, 2. r, such as for an example a finger ring, or a watch, In order that the piece of' jewelry may be suppreferably in connection with an ornamental ported within the'bo'x, in proper. relationship gift card. thereto, a supporting member ll asshown in Another object of my invention is to provide ig. 3 s p fwh h m mb is adhllt d such a device which is simple in structure and t0 fit snugly within the walls of the inner recepm attractive in appearance. tacle portion ii. supporting member I1 is The foregoing and'other objects of my invenprovided with atop supportingwall Hi, side walls tion will be best understood from the following I9 and front and back walls and 2i. The side description of an exemplification thereof, refer walls H} are likewise out at an angle similar to I5 ence being had to the accompanying drawing, that of side walls 3 so that when the supporting if wherein: member I1; is inserted within thereceptacle por-, Fig. l. is an exploded perspective view of the tiOn 6., its upper wall [8, lies substantia ly t the elements of one form of my novel box; level of the dotted in nd; indlcated Fig. 2 shows the elements of Fig. 1 in their in F g -30 assembled form; In order to support a piece of jewelry such as 20 Fig. 3 shows a supporting element which is to for exa p a ng A; P o ide a rd. ch be placed in .the box of'Fig. 2; as. shown for example in Fig. 4, This card is Fig. 4 shows a card supporting a piece of proviil d its RP S l =Q Z h am Suitable jewelry which card is adapted to be placed upon sup r m ans, such as a fahr pad 25. p 25 the supporting member of Fig, 3; vided with a slot 2] in which the hg; 2 maye F 5 shows a gift card which is adapted to. e ted- The supporting means of pad 25; is be superimposed on the card shown in Fig. 4, Dfiiferably d d a one d of the a d when supported in the box of Fig. 2; leaving the rest ofthe card with an uninter- Fig. 6 represents a cover which is adapted to be i su a e 1 wh ch, f desired, a suitplaced over the complete b able gift design may be printed. Such a gift In the drawing, l represents b having design is indicated at 28. The card 25 carrying bottom 2 with side walls 3 and front and back the D of J y 24 s e e te thin walls 4 and 5. The side walls 3 are cut with the wa s of h p a l p n 6 a d s suptheir upper sides at an angle and the back wall ported y the pp Wall 0f the Supporting 5 is taller than the front wall 4; thus giving a member The a 25 is p rab y o such a slant to the top of the box. Within the portion vSize t0 fit snugly Within the Wa s O the formed by the walls 3, 4, and 5, the inner recepreceptacle tacle portion 6 is adapted to be glued to the The pp edges of the Walls of the 100K the bottom 2. The inner receptacle portion 6 is pp edges 0f the Walls Of the receptacle 5 d likewise formed with the bottom 1, side walls 8, the upper Surface ii of the spacer I ar prefer- 40 front and back walls 9 and In. The side walls y decorated in contrasting colors so that the 8 are out to the same angle as the side walls 3 bOX assembly of 2 presents the pp rance of the box i and are of such a height that when of a picture {Tame around the Card- 25, carrying assembled within the box I, the upper edges Of h Piece f Jewelry 24 upon it. The resulting the side walls are substantially the sameheight dlspla'y Whfle slmple" pre sents, aflvery attractnie as the upper edges of the side walls 3. When fl z gg zg g g g i g greein lgn rcyuo es aceo e 2;: 3 igji gig gg i sggg gf i g zg card 2 5, I prefer to leave that surface blank and th t I 6 d th 1 I superlmpose upon the assembly a separate gift simmer m ac e an 6 15 of the box or greeting card 29 as shown for example, in

Thls space l to be fined a Spacer Fig. 5. This card has some suitable gift or member Thls Spacer member H 15 Provlded greeting design imprinted upon its surface as Wlth the D Wall l2, having an Opening I3 0f shown at 30. In order that the card 29 may the same size as the outside dimensions of the be readily assembled and removed from the dis- 5 inner receptacle 6. The spacer II is, also, proplay, it is provided with an opening 3| formed therein at such a place that when assembled Within the box I the piece of jewelry 24 supported on the card 25 passes through said opening 3| so that the card 29 lies fiat upon the surface of the underlying card 25. Due to the fact that the card 29 is readily removable from the display assembly, a purchaser of the article can select any card which he may choose. It is contemplated that a relatively large number of separate cards 29 bearing different designs on their surface be provided in order that a selection may be made therefrom. I, also, prefer to have the card 25 as well as the card supporting member ll readily removable from the assembly.

Although the assembly is adapted to be displayed without a cover, I, also, provide a suitable cover 32 such as that, for example, shown in Fig. 6 so that when the display article is sold, the cover 32 may be placed around the side walls of the box I, resting upon the bottom wall 2 and thus forms a complete package, which is readily transportable.

This invention is not limited to the particular details of construction described above as many equivalents will suggest themselves to those skilled in the art. It is accordingly desired that the appended claims be given a broad interpretation commensurate with the scope of the invention Within the art.

What is claimed is:

1. A display package comprising a box having upstanding side Walls, a receptacle member within said walls, said receptacle member also having upstanding side walls, a spacing member substantially filling the spaces between the side Walls of said box and receptacle member, a supporting member within said receptacle member, the said supporting member having a supporting surface slightly below the top of the side walls of said receptacle member, a sheet member supported on said supporting surface, a piece of jewelry supported adjacenta restricted portion of said sheet member, the remaining portion of said sheet member having placed upon its surface a gift or greeting inscription.

2. A display package comprising a box having upstanding side walls, a decorative frame portion within said box comprising a receptacle member within said side walls, said receptacle member also having upstanding side walls and a spacing member substantially filling the spaces between the side walls of said box and said receptacle member, a supporting member within said receptacle member, said supporting member having a supporting surface slightly below the top of side walls of said receptacle member, a. sheet member supported on said supporting surface, a piece of jewelry supported upon said sheet member, an additional sheet member superimposed and supported upon said first named sheet member, said additional sheet member having an opening therein through which said piece of jewelry projects, said additional sheet member having upon its surface a. gift or greeting inscription.

3. A display package comprising a box having upstanding side walls and a fiat base portion, the upper edges of said side walls lying in a plane at an angle with respect to said base portion, a receptacle member within said side walls, said receptacle member also having upstanding side walls, the upper edges of which lie in a similar plane at an angle with respect to said base portion and a spacing member substantially filling the spaces between the side walls of said box and receptacle member, a supporting member within said receptacle member, said supporting member having a supporting surface slightly below the top walls of said receptacle member and lying in a similar plane at an angle with respect to said base portion, a sheet member supported on said supporting surface, a piece of jewelry supported adjacent a restricted portion of said sheet member, the remaining portion of said sheet member having placed upon its surface a gift or greeting inscription.

4. A display package comprising a box, a supporting display surface within said box, a piece of jewelry removably mounted in a definite position on said display surface, a separate, independent greeting card superimposed and removably supported upon said first-named display surface, said greeting card having an opening therein through which said piece of jewelry projects and through which it may be freely drawn from its mounting means.

GEORGE E. NATHANSON.

Referenced by
Citing PatentFiling datePublication dateApplicantTitle
US4579399 *Aug 20, 1984Apr 1, 1986Poltash Lawrence MDisplay case for jewelry and the like
US4880117 *Aug 22, 1988Nov 14, 1989Garganese Richard SDisplay card assembly for ring-like ornamental articles
US5967326 *Jul 22, 1998Oct 19, 1999Tessler & Weiss/Premesco, Inc.Tray for displaying a plurality of jewelry items and information relating to the jewelry items
Classifications
U.S. Classification206/459.5, 206/566, 206/562
International ClassificationA47F7/03, A47F7/02
Cooperative ClassificationA47F7/03
European ClassificationA47F7/03