|Publication number||US931627 A|
|Publication date||Aug 17, 1909|
|Filing date||Dec 22, 1908|
|Priority date||Dec 22, 1908|
|Publication number||US 931627 A, US 931627A, US-A-931627, US931627 A, US931627A|
|Original Assignee||Eleanor Lazarovich-Hrebelianovich|
|Export Citation||BiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan|
|Referenced by (5), Classifications (1)|
|External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet|
APPLICATION I'ILED'DBG. 22, 1908.
Patented Aug. 17, 1909.
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Patented Aug. 17, 1909.
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UNITED STAT ET QFFIQE.
ELEANOR LAZAROVIOH-HREBELIANOVICH, OF LONDON, ENGLAND.
To all whom it may concern:
Be it known that I, ELEANOR LAzAnovrou- HnnemiuiNovron, a citizen of the United States of America, at present residing at 73 Lauder-dale Mansions, London, England, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Reticules, of which the following is a specification.
This invention has for its object a new or improved reticule or pouch or hand-bag or hand sack or receptacle or the like (hereinafter for the sake of brevity referred to as a reticule which is provided with a passage or passageway through same adapted to permit the hand to be passed into or through said passage from the exterior so as to enable the said reticule to be carried on the hand or wrist or arm of the wearer while leaving the hand quite free to extend beyond said passage.
My invention will be understood by reference to the accompanying drawings, in which the parts are indicated by the same letters throughout the several views.
Figure l is a plan view of the piece of cloth, fabric, or other material used in making the body of the reticule. Fig. 2 is a front view of the reticule, with the drawstrings loose. Fig. 3 is an end view of the reticule with the draw-strings loose. Fig. 4 shows the reticule mounted on the wrist of the wearer with the draw-strings drawn tight.
A represents a piece of material, which may be of silk, velvet, fur, skin, leather or the like, the ends of which may be either plain or may be hemmed over as indicated at the dotted line A. The length of this rectangular strip A depends upon the desired depth of the bag. To make thebag, fold this strip in the middle, as along line B. Sew the edges aZ) to ccZ, cf t0 g-h, and to y'. c, also the edge L-m to ma, then turn it inside out. After turning, join ]cn, i-j, b and c-g, and then sew Z)i to f-Z, and also sew 7cc to n-g. The various seams will then be as indicated at C and D, and there will be an opening for the wrist, as shown most clearly in Fig. 3.
The top of the bag may be hemmed over or plain, as indicated at A.
It will be seen that an annular pouch is Specification of Letters Patent.
Application filed December 22, 1908.
Patented Aug. 17, 1909.
Serial N 0. 468,792.
thus provided with an opening along the axis of this annular pouch for the hand of the wearer.
E E are the draw-strings or tie strings which are passed through holes or slits made in the material A therefor whereby the mouth of the reticule is opened or closed as and when desired; the arrangement and operation of such drawstrings being wellknown in connection with other receptacles therefore need not be further described here. Or if desired any other suitable means may be employed for securing the mouth or opening into the reticule.
If desired a separate pocket or compartment or compartments may be provided in the interior of the'reticule as for example a separate pocket F (as indicated in dotted lines in Fig. 2) may be provided on the inside of the reticule.
By my present invention the following advantages (z'mfcr cilia) are obtained :(1) The reticule being very light weight and soft and carried snugly on the wrist, leaves the hand free to use exactly as if unencumbered. (2) The reticule cannot be snatched as the arm passes through the center of it. (3) hen provided with a pocket to receive a purse therein such purse which lies on the inner wall of the sack next the wrist cannot be located by an observer and cannotor cannot easily-be stolen by pickpockets or purse snatchers. (4) The reticule can be made of any kind of material. (5) The reti cule can carry a considerable number of objects, though remaining small and dainty in appearance.
- lVhat I claim is:
1. As a new article of manufacture, a reticule, made of a single rectangular piece of material, folded at its center, as at B, and having the parts ab and ccZ, c-f and gh, and j/c, Zm and m-n, sewed together, respectively, and, after turning the product thus secured inside out to secure smooth edges, having the parts ]c-c and n bz' and fZ sewed together, respectively, with means for closing the upper end of the reticule, substantially as described.
2. As a new article of manufacture, a reticule, made of a single rectangular piece of material, folded at its center, as at B, and having the parts aZ) and ccZ, ef and gh, i-j and j70, Zm and mn, sewed ing the open ends of the annular pouch, subtogether, respectively, and, after turnlng the stantially as *dGSCI'lbGd. 10
product thus secured inside out to secure In witness whereof I have hereunto set my smooth edges, having the parts 76-6 and hand in presence of two witnesses.
ng, bz' and jZ sewed together, respectively, the whole forming an annular pouch, with a passage therethrough for the hand of thewearer, and with a draw string for clos- E LEAN OR- LAZA ROVIOH-HREBELIANOVICH. Vitnesses HEN RY BIRKBEGK,
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