Design for a mantel
US D21162 S
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J. C. ABELL.
Patented Nov. 10,1891.
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.
JOHN CLEMENT ABELL, OF LEBANON, KENTUCKY.
DESIGN FOR A MANTEL.
SPECIFICATION forming part of Design No. 21,162, dated November 10, 1891. Application Sled October 3.3, 1891. Serial No. 403,615 Term of patent 14 years.
To all whom, t 11i/Cay concern.-
Be it known that I, JOHN CLEMENT ABELL, a, Citizen of the United States, residingr at Lebanon, in the county ot" Marion and Stale of Kentucky, have invented n` new und original Design for Mantels, of which the followinfr is n specification.
The invention relates to n new and original design for mentelqiieees.
The object of the present invention is to provide an ornamental and attractive mantelpieee- The essential feaiure of the invention resides in the particular ornamentation of the face of the mantel-piece, and ooneislsof flowers and leaves arranged in the form of a vine and disposed on n rong'henecl Surface.
In the draw-ing' the figure is n front elevetion of a mantehpiece, showing the original design.
Like numerals of reference indio-Me like parts in all the figures of thedrewing.
1 designates n timonel-piece consisting of a horizontal portion 3 and vertical portions which have their edges beveled nt intervals. Trie face of the mautetpieee is orinnnented by raised leaves 4 and flowers 5, ei'i'mlged in the forni of n vine and disposed on a roughened or broken surface The horizontal portion of the mantel-piece is provided at; the ends and 3.1; the middle with three rows of vines arranged parallel and vertically, and
the rows at the ends are separated from those at the middle by horizontnlly-disposed vines. The vert-leal portions of the mantel-piece are each ornnmented by n vel-tieni vine extendiugr from the top to nem' the bottom and by n horizontal vine. arranged n short distance below the end of the vel-tieni one.
The shelf, fnoe, and legs are neatly beveled on the edges and ends atr intervals, which bevels will in practice he painted in adifferent hui snitnhle eolorto the body of the ninntel. The mnnmental portions of the nmntel aire composed of plnster-of-pnris beautifully stamped in flowers, leaves, and other designs that are attached or placed on the surface n1 n d i versity of ways, thereby milking them very nent, beautiful, and attrnetive.
The f-(Lee of the mantel is designed in practice to be highly polished and painted in different, correspondingr colors, so es to harmonize with the colors of the ornamental and beveled portions ot' the mantel.
That I claim is- 'lhe design for nnintelpieoes herein shown and described.
In testimony that I claim the foregoing as my own l have hereto aiixed lnysignnture in the presence of two witnesses.
JOHN CLEMENT ABELL.
J. A. BOWMAN, WM. GovERANoE.