|Publication number||USD3494 S|
|Publication date||May 11, 1869|
|Publication number||US D3494 S, US D3494S, US-S-D3494, USD3494 S, USD3494S|
|Inventors||William O. Davis|
|Export Citation||BiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan|
|External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet|
D --5PT D9532 OF" D 172mg"); for Glasa Wave PATENTED MAY 11 I869 distal swat WILLIAM O. DAVIS, OF PORTLAND, MAINE.
Design No. 3,494, dated llIay 11, 1869.
DESIGN FOR GLASS-WARE.
The Schedule referred to in these Letters Patent and making part of the same.
To all whom it may concern:
Be it known that 1, WILLIAM O. DAVIS, of Port-- land, in the county of Cumberland, and State of Maine, have originated and invented a new and useful Design for Glass-Ware; and I hereby declare the following to be a full, clear, and exact description thereof, which will enable others to make and use the same, reference being had to the accompanying drawings, forming part of this specification, in which is shown a side View of a goblet or glass with my design illustrated thereon.
My invention relates to designs for the exterior of glass vessels of any kind, and is composed of the following forms and figures, and the arrangement thereof:
First. Around the glass vessel, where the design begins, there is a horizontal row of bosses or globular figures, a, projecting from the face of the vessel. Below this is a horizontal line or lines, a, passing around the vessel. A slight space is left between the lines and the bosses.
The top portion of the next part of the design is formed of curves, 1), coming together, and forming the points d.
Between the curves 1) and points d and lines 0 there is a clear space of the glass of the vessel, (see 0,) and the curves and points I) d are formed by having the glass project slightly from the clear space e.
Immediately below the points (I are circular recesses, f, the bottom of which may he worked into a roughened or frosted state, similar to i.
Below the curves b are other curves, 1!, bending downward.
Instead of the points d, however, there are seen two figures; first, the long loop j, formed by a raised vein or cord of glass upon the surface of the vessel; then the vein or cord 7;, having an arrow, or diamond-shaped end, m, with a recess in the said head, the bottom of which may be frosted similar to i.
The residue of the surface of the vessel is corrugated, roughened, or frosted, as seen at i.
The loops and the arrows are projections of clear glass upon the frosted surface '11.
The bosses a may be made upon araised rim around the vessel, represented by the lines 0.
What I claim as my invention, and desire to secure by Letters Patent, is
The design for glass-ware herein set forth.
WILLIAM 0. DAVIS.
WM. H. CLIFFORD, HENRY O. HOUSTON.