Design for an ornamental chain-link
US D11004 S
Description (OCR text may contain errors)
011-93. OR 13119004 EX B. LEDERER.
Ornamental Chain-Link No.1IOO4. Patented Jan, 28. I879 WITNESSES. INVENTOR.
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- NITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.
BENEDICT LEDERER, OF PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND.
DESIGN FOR AN ORNAMENTAL CHAIN-LINK.
pccification forming part of Design No. l l ,004, dated January 28, 1879; application filed November 21,1878.
[Term of patent 35 years] whole surrounded by a square sleeve at or' near each end of the link. Fig. 2 represents a chain-link in which a loop of wire incloses a beaded or twisted wire, the whole surrounded at or near the middle of the link by a square sleeve. Fig. 3 represents a chain-link in which a loop of wire incloses a beaded or twisted wire, the whole surrounded at or near the middle of the link by a square sleeve, the loop being twisted.
1) represents the sleeves, (one, two, or more may be used on one link;) a, the loop, made of drawn or rolled wire of any desired section; 0, the central wire, which may be a twisted coil of small wire, a beaded wire, or an open spiral coil. The central ornamental wire should be made of difierent color from the rest of the link or it may be of dead color, and the link burnished.
What I claim as my invention is The design for an ornamental chain-link, consisting of the loop a and central coiled wire, 0, surrounded by the cubical sleeves 1), substantially as described, and shown in the accompanying drawings.
J OSEPH A. MILLER; JosEPH A. MILLER, Jr.