|Publication number||USD23181 S|
|Publication date||Apr 10, 1894|
|Filing date||Mar 8, 1894|
|Publication number||US D23181 S, US D23181S, US-S-D23181, USD23181 S, USD23181S|
|Inventors||Charles C. Wientge|
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O. O. WIENTGE. GANDELABRUM PEDBSTAL.
No. 23,181. FJ. ;ZP atenteu Apr. 10,1894.
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.
CHARLES C. lVIENTGE, OF PROVIDENCE, RllODE ISLAND, ASSIGNOR TO Tlll llOlVARD STERLING COMPANY, OF SAME PLACE.
DESIGN FOR A CANDELABRUM-PEDESTAL.
SPECIFIGATION forming part of Design No. 23,181, dated April 10, 1894.
Application filed March 8| 1894. Serial No. 502.909. Term of patent 7 years.
To aZZ whom it may concern:
Be it known that I, CHARLES C. WIENTGE, of Providence, in the county of Providence and State of Rhode Island, have invented and produced a new and original Design for Candelabrum-Pedestals, of which the following is a complete specification, reference being had to the accompanying d rawings, forming part thereof.
io Figura l represents an elevation of a candle-stiek illustrating my design. Fig. 2 represents a cr0ss-Sectional view of the same taken on a line (1-11, Fig. 1, looking down- Ward.
The leadingT features of my design eonsist in the Shape and ornamentation of the pedestal, having.,r a central, inverted, truncated, elongated, conical appearance, surmounted by a eircular ooncave rim and supported on zo the eoncave eonical base having,r a hexagonal edge.
In the drawings 5 represents the eonical base having an edge divided into Vertical hexagonal planes 6-6 and aeoncave surface contracting in diameter toward the upper portion, supported on this base is the truncated body: having the hexagonal panels 8- 8 which extend downward in convex planes centracting in (liameter until they reach the cireular bead 9 which forms the point of jnnctnre between the base and the body, the general appearance of this portion of which is that of an inverted truneated cone somewhat elongated. Above the panele 8-9 the body assumes a cireular concavo form 10 contracting in diameter toward the upper portion where it is ornamented by the eircular eonvex beading ll forminer the base for the hexagonal eonvex panels 12-12 the width of which gradually increases toward the top, above these panels is a concave cireular portion which first contracts in diameter and then enlarges.
That I claim is- The design for a candelabru m pedestal as herein shown and described.
In witnesav whereof Ihave hereunto Set my han'il.
CHARLES U. WIEN'FGE. \Vitnesses:
IIENRY J. MILLER, M. F. BLIGH.