Design for a beer-mug
US D14271 S
Description (OCR text may contain errors)
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE'.
OTTO OS'IHOFE, OF MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN, ASSIGNOR OF TWO-THIRDS TO CHARLES KAYSER AND WILLIAM J'. KAYSER, OF SAME PLAGE.
DESlGN FOR A BEER-MUG.
SPECIFICATION forming part of Design No. 14,271, dated September 11, 1883. l Application filed June 4, 1883. Term of patent 7 years.
T0 all whom it may concern:
Be it known that I, OTTO OsfrnoEE, of Milwaukee, in the county of Milwaukee and State of Visconsin, have originated and invented a new and useful Design for Beer-Mugs; and I do hereby decla-re that the following is a full, clear, and exact description thereof, reference being had to the accompanying drawings, forming a part of this specication, in which- Figure'l is a vertical central section, and Fig. 2 is a side elevation, of the said beermug.
A represents the bowl or body of the mug, and this in its external configuration resembles a beer-barrel, (except that it has, preferably, no imitation of hoops, but is perfectly s1nooth,) and below this .is the upper part, B, of the standard, and beneath this is the short stem or standard proper, O, arid then the base D, all of the exterior shape shown in Fig. 2.
E is the handle, of the general configuration shown in the drawings, its upper part being attached above the center of the barrel A, and thence rising upward and then extending downward, and being united to the upper part, B, of the standard, as shown, but neither projecting above the former nor below the latter. The interior conformation of the mug is similar to its outer shape, except that the parts B and D are respectively rounded down and up correspondingly. l
Having thus described and illustrated my new and original design, what I claim is y 1. A design for glass beer-mugs, consisting of the representation of a barrel mounted -upon a standard converging to and diverging from a central stem,l and provided with a handle, all united solidly together, as shown.
2. In a design for beer-mugs, the combination of the barrel-like body A with the stem or 'standard O, having upper portion, B, and base D, the outer shape of the parts B and D being iiat at top and bottom, respectively, but converging toward the stem, while their interior configuration is rounded down and up, respectively, toward the said stem, asshown.
3. In a design for beer-mugs, the combination of the barrel-like body A and the upper part, B, ofthe standard and base B O D with the handle E, secured to these parts, and eX- ,tending outwardly and upwardly to a less height than the top of the upper part, and thence downward to a less depth than the bottom of the lower part, as shown.
4. In a design for beer-mugs, the combination of the barrel-like body A, the standard B O, basev D, and handle E, secured to the upper part of the body A and the upper part, B, of the standard, as shown.
In testimony that I claim the foregoing as my own I affix my signature in presence of two witnesses.
n OTTO4 OS'IHOFF. Witnesses:
` H. G. UNDERwooD,