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Publication numberUS699019 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateApr 29, 1902
Filing dateMay 21, 1901
Priority dateMay 21, 1901
Publication numberUS 699019 A, US 699019A, US-A-699019, US699019 A, US699019A
InventorsErmans Eugene Saunier
Original AssigneeErmans Eugene Saunier
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Manufacture of lace representing mosaic work.
US 699019 A
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(Application 11190! May. 21, 1901.)

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,ERMANS EUGENE SAlINIER, or PARIS, FRANCE.

MANUFACTURE OF LACE REPRESENTING MOSAIC WORK.

SPECIFICATION forming part of Letters Patent N0. 699,019, dated April 29, 902.

Application filed May 21, 1901 Honor, VIII 8 Art, in the said.city,) have invented certain new and useful Improvements,

in the Method of Making Decorative Lace Having a Mosaic Effect and Product Thereof, of which the following is a specification.

This invention has for its object to produce a new kind of lace having a mosaic effect,

which I call mosaic lace and which can be defined as follows; Ona ground fabricsu'ch or other means designs or patterns resem blin g mosaic work by passing rovin gs,th reads,

or ribbons of the desired colors in a regular or irregular manner through the said meshes, so that the said rovings, threads, or ribbons are practically fixed in the plane of the ground fabric, the said rovings, threads, or ribbons producing surfaces which are practically flat, and as the light plays on' them a novel and particular effect is produced. 4

In order that this invention may be clearly understood, I will describe it with reference to the accompanying drawings, of which- Figure 1 represents the ground fabric. Fig. 2 shows in what manner the rovings, threads, or ribbons may be passed through the meshes of the fabric, four ribbons being represented passing in four various forms. Figs. 3, 4, and 5 illustrate three forms of designs obtained by the combination of these several manners of passing threads or ribbons through the meshes.

Referring to Fig. l, a shows the points of intersection of the threads of the fabric. From Fig. 2 it is seen that a mesh, ribbon, of thread, such as b, can be passed through the ground fabric in such a manner that it leaves successively one point a below and the following point a, above itself. The thread 0 runs across the meshes by leaving successively two points below, then one point above, and, conversely, the thread 01 leaves one point belowitself and two points above, and finally the thread a does successively spring over two meshes,then passes under one mesh,then over two, and so on. From the foregoing it is seen Serial No. 61,306. (Specimens) that the manner of passing thesethreads,

rovings, or ribbons can be varied at will and that the hole surface or a part of the surface of a ground fabric can thus be covered with threads so that these latter form designs, as illustrated in Figs. 3, 4, and 5. Elementary flat surfaces are'thus formed the grouping of which is such as to produce the effect of mosaic work, which effect is enhanced by the systematic reappearance of the threads of the ground fabric forming within the surfaces covered by the rovings, threads, or ribbons broken outlines which impart to the decorated parts of the lace the effect of mosaic, being the object of the presentinvention. All desired patterns and effects of coloring can be obtained. The outlines or other lines .roving's, threads, or ribbons may be applied to the lace by hand, machines, or any suitable means. combine with said mosaic lace any other means forproducing decorative effect or fabrics.

. Having thus fully described my invention,

For producing special effect I maywhat I claim as new,and desire to secure by Letters Patent, is

The herein -described method of making lace having a mosaic effect, consisting in forming fiat surfaces grouped into a suitable design having the appearanceof a mosaic by passing material through the mesh of the fabric with the threads of the mesh interposed between each of the fiat surfaces, and then edging said design by a line of flat surfaces, the threads of the mesh separating said surfaces from one another thereby forming, a flat edging-surface to throw the mosaic effect of the design into prominence.

In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand in presence of two subscribing witnesses.

D ERMANS EUGENE SAUNIER.

Witnesses:

HENRY SOHOREL,

EDWARD P. MACLEAN.

Referenced by
Citing PatentFiling datePublication dateApplicantTitle
US4154181 *Oct 25, 1977May 15, 1979Massucci Josephine VMethod of marking-out patterns on cloth for sewing
Classifications
Cooperative ClassificationD05C17/00