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Publication numberUS2570301 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateOct 9, 1951
Filing dateFeb 18, 1946
Priority dateFeb 18, 1946
Publication numberUS 2570301 A, US 2570301A, US-A-2570301, US2570301 A, US2570301A
InventorsAdsit Daniel L
Original AssigneeAdsit Daniel L
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Table and chair unit
US 2570301 A
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Oct. 9, 1951 D. L. ADSlT 2,570,301

TABLE AND CHAIR UNIT Filed Feb. 18, 1946 2 Sheets- Sheet 1 E 6 Z 50 /0 M J6 III- i I n 60/ A?? av Inventor Get. 9, 1951 D T 2,570,301

TABLE AND CHAIR UNIT Filed Feb. 18, 1946 2 Sheets-Sheet? Inventor Patented Oct. 9, 1951 TABLE AND CHAIR UNIT Daniel L. Adsit, Fontana, Calif.

Application February 18, 1946, Serial No; 648,375

11 Claims. 1

My inventionas described herein, and illustrated inthe accompanying drawings, consists of furniture, an object of which is to provide 1a combination table and chair set formed in a single unit.

Another object of my invention is toprovide a table and chair unit which the chairs have swinging action.

Aiurther object of this invention is to provide ecombination table and chair set, the frame. of which is of tubing and "the table .andiour'chairs areformed in a single unit.

' Other features and advantages will become more readily apparent from the followin description and the accompanying illustrative drawings in which:

Figure 1 is an elevational view of my invention, Figure 2 is a top plan view thereof, broken away,

Figure 3 'is a transverse sectional view: of the device,

Figure 4 is a perspective view of a chainbroken away, and

Figures 5 and 6 are detail views.

While one embodiment of myinvention is illustrated in the above referred to drawings, it isto be understood that they are merely for the purpose of illustration and that various changes in construction may be resorted to in the course of manufacture in order that the invention may be "utilized to the 'best advantage accordingto circumstances which may arise, without in anyway departing from the spirit and intention .of my device, which is to be limited only in accordance with the appended claims. And while I have stated the primary field of utility of my invention ,it remains obvious that it may be employed in any other capacity wherein it may be found applicable.

In theaccompanying drawings; and in the following specification, the :same reference characters are used to designate the same: parts and elements throughout and which |0,-1refers to my invention in its entirety and N, indicates a sion'3l, is curved around at right angles to form aback piece 33., .for the chair 20, and parallels "the tube .26. li'rom the wpant :34, element 33, is

in parallelism with element13l, as at 35, all of the elements 3| :to "35, being on a common plane with the frame 24. However, the arm .35, is aboutone-half thelengthxof arm ;3|, and at its horizontal end :38, is curved down vertically ho'a point 31, about seventeen inches from a door level, and forms a support .39, for the arm 35.

From the point 31, the tube is inclined rearwardly down to said level 38, to form a leg 40, whichis turned rearward'ly at 4|, on said level and extends horizontally as "at 42, for a short distance where it is curved at .43, back to parallel elementn33, as at M, to the return portion 415, iorminga foot :piece 46., and then inclines upwardly and outwardly as at 47, to form a leg conforming to leg 41!. The leg 41, from its upper portion; extends vertically as at 49,.and is coupled at 50, with the element 3|. The elements'iromii l to 49, form a frame section 5|, which together with similarly formed frame sections :52, 53 and 54, form a complete frame-work 55., iorthe said table top 'I and for chairs l2 .tg123. 'Each of the elements .2 6 to 28, and the elements 33, are connected by tubes 56, paralleling the sections 3|, and together therewith form supports forthe arms |6 to l9, which, as stated, extendiromthetable top H. The vertical arm supports 39 to 44, are connected at the points 31 and 48,:by ahorizontal crossbar 5'1, 'forming parts of saidframework 55.

Pivotallyssupported upon each of the members 33, by theout-turned flanges 58 and 59,. are chair backs 6.5, the lower ends 6| and 6.2, of which flanges are pivoted to a :rod 63, which bears pivota-liy in the-rear terminals .64 and 65, of the downturned vflangesclili and 6'|, of :a chair seat 68. The said flanges and -61, are reduced in depth as at .89, to ride over the bar 5], and the edges 10,01 the-flanges :formstops to limit the inner "movermentlof thezswinging chair 20. The free .forward .edge H, of the chair seat .68, is preferably curved down as shown. Fixed to the bottom of the :seat 16.8., by right-angular terminals 12 and 13, is a rod 14., 'hetweenwhich and the chair seat the tube 51 extends, whereby movement of the chair is limited.

=0! course the table top and its extending arm rests, the chair backs and seats may be made of any suitable material, but I prefer either plywood, metal or plastic. The chairs are so aracre-with the legs or feet of those using the table,

nor are there chair legs so located as to so interfere. Thecha'irs may be easily swung by drawing in the upperedge 5, of the backs thereof to again curved around and extended substantially-6.

provide ample space 16,101 persons to passin'be- It is thought that persons skilled in the art to which the invention relates will be able to obtain a clear understanding of the invention after con sidering the description in connection with the drawings. Therefore, a more lengthydescription is regarded as unnecessary.

Changes in shape, size and rearrangement of details and parts such as come Within the purview of the invention claimed may be resorted to, in actual practice, if desired.

Having now described my invention that which I claim as new and desire to procur by Letters -Patent is: Y

1. An article of furniture comprising a tubular frame, a, table top carried by said frame, integral v frame, a table top carried by said frame, integral horizontal extensions projecting outwardly from said frame, arm rests carried by said extensions,

' cross member.

for loosely engaging said 4. An article of furniture comprising a multisided main frame having a plurality of corners, "a table top carried by said frame, horizontal extensions projecting outwardly from'thecorne'rs of said frame, and seat frames at the outer terminals of said extensions supporting said m'ain frame in an elevated position, said table top having portions overlying said extensions and forming arm rests, each of said seat frames including a pair of spaced parallel legs, a foot piece connecting the lower terminals of said legs, an arm portion carried by one of said legs, a back rest support carried by'said arm portion and said extension, a cross member carried by said legs, a

seat slidably mounted on said cross member, and z a back rest pivoted on said back rest support and hinged to said seat.

5. The combination of claim 4 wherein each of said extensions supports an arm rest; 1"

6. An article of furniture comprising 'a substantially square tubular frame, horizontally disposed 'extensions at each corner of said frame,

1, horizontal extensions "at'each corner of said frame, lateral projections on said extensions forming back rest supports, further projections on said lateral projections, said further projections being spaced parallel to said extensions, legs depending from said extensions and said furtherprojections, said legs being arranged in pairs, crossmembers joining the legs of each pair of legs, seats slidably supported on said cross members, a back rest pivotally mounted on each of said lateral projections, means pivotally securing said seats to said back rests, and a table top supported on said frame and having arm rest forming portions securedto said extensions. r

9. The combination of claim 8 andtubular 'members terminally secured to said frame and said lateral projections, said tubular members underlying the portions of said table top.

10. An article of furniture comprising a substantially. square tubular frame, horizontally disposed extensions at each corner of said frame, said extensions having horizontally disposed lateral projections forming back rest supports, brace tubes securing said lateral projections to said-frame, said brace tubes being parallel to said extensions, a substantially square table top secured to said frame and having arm rest forming pieces at the corners thereof overlying. Said extensions and said brace tubes, and chair frames integrally formed with said lateral projections.

11. An article of furniture comprising a substantially square frame of tubular construction, horizontal extensions at each cornerv of said frame, lateral projections on said extensions forming back rest supports, further projections on said lateral projections, said further projections being spaced parallel to said extensions, legs depending from said extensions and said further projections, said legs being arranged in pairs, cross members joining the legs of each pair of legs, and a table top supported on said frame and having arm rest forming portions secured to said extensions. r DANIEL REFERENCES CITED I The following references are of record in the file of this patent:

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US2970635 *Nov 28, 1958Feb 7, 1961Peabody Seating Company IncChair
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Classifications
U.S. Classification297/157.1, 297/317, 297/160, 297/320
International ClassificationA47B83/00, A47B83/02
Cooperative ClassificationA47B83/02
European ClassificationA47B83/02