Design for a jelly-glass
US D4260 S
Description (OCR text may contain errors)
intimi gime WILLIAM DOYLE, -OF BIRMINGHAM, PENNSYLVANIA.
Design No. 4,260, ma .my 2c, 1870.
DESIGN FOR A.' JBLLY-GLASS.
Tha Schedule referred to in thou Letter: Patent and making part of the lame.
To all whom it may concern:
Be it known that I, WILLIAM DoYLn, of the borough of Birmingham, county of Allegheny, State of Pennsylvania, have originated and designed n new Pattern for Jelly-Glasses, of which the following is a full, clear, and exact description, reference being had to the accompanying drawings making part ci' the specification.
The object of this invent-ion is to produce a. jellyglass, having n ring formed of glass around the jellyglcss, nt n suitable distance from the top. This plain part, from the said ring to the topjof the jelly-glass, to be made straight, so that a metallic cover, having c suitable flange to correspond with the plain on the jelly-gla.ss, will It nicely without the use of rubber bands or other flexible material; also wlthout the use of any cement, as the metallic cover, being made thin, will he sufficiently elastic to t closely to the jellyglass. The edge of the flange of the metallic cover to rest on the ling formed on the j ell y-glass, and, when the metallic coverls placed on the jellyglnss, will form a much better jelly-glass than has ever before been used for the purpose, and, besides, make n. very handsome article.
Figure 1 is a. jelly-glass, shown without a metallic cover, lntving n glass ring formed around it near the Witnesses:
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