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Publication numberUSD18890 S
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateJan 29, 1889
Filing dateDec 28, 1888
Publication numberUS D18890 S, US D18890S, US-S-D18890, USD18890 S, USD18890S
InventorsEdward W. Ttncute
Original AssigneeThe Tjnuue manufacturing Company
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Design for upholstery plush
US D18890 S
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D Esl'CNt E. W. TINGUE.

UPHOLSTERY PLUSH.

No. 18,890. Patented Jan. 29, 1889.

UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.

EIHVARI) 'llNhiTE, OF NE\V YORK, N. Y., AHSTGNOR TO THE TINGIE MANUFAWIURING COMPANY, OF SEYMOUR, ((JNNECWHU'J.

DESIGN FOR UPHOLSTERY PLUSH.

SPECIFICATION forming part of Design No. 18,890, dated January 29, 1889.

Application filed December 28, 1838. Serial No. 29 .871. Term of patent 3%: y rs- To a u'hmn it may concern:

Be it known that. I, EDWARD \V. TINGUE,'(L t eitizen of the l'nited States, residing at New York,eount 'and Stateof New York,ha.\'e in i rented a eertain new and original Design for Upholstery llusl\,ot' which the following is a. speeifieat-ion, referenee heing had to the aeeompanying photograph, whieh forms a part. of the same.

This invention eonsists of a design for orl namenting the surface of fahriesof that elass I known as upholstery plush. t

Jhe aeeompanying photograph is a fat-e 1 YltW of my design.

This design eonsists of an endless seroll or i vine pattern, and can be repeated any desired number of times upon the fabric. The photograph shows seve 'al repeats. A eontin nous stem or branch the, general direction of which is longitudinal and another stem or branch the general direetion oi? which is transverse or at right angles to the first form the continuous lines of the design through all the repeats. From these main stems eurred branches, gen erally terminating in scrolls, projeet in various direetions. The t'alirie (upholstery plush) to whieh this design is applied has a wrinkled surface, so that the peculiar appearance eommon to smooth plush is greatly heightened, and the efi'eet of thedesign upon this surfaee is hoth novel and beautiful.

Ilaringnow deserihed my invention, what I elaim, and desire to seeure by Letters Patent,

The design [or upholstery plush, consisting of the design, substantially as shown.

\Vitnesses:

JAMES S. (tnEvEs, ROBERT N. KENYoN.