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Publication numberUSD8187 S
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateMar 2, 1875
Filing dateJan 25, 1875
Publication numberUS D8187 S, US D8187S, US-S-D8187, USD8187 S, USD8187S
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Design for bouquet-holder or vase
US D8187 S
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011-149. OR D8187 EX DESIGN.

JOHN IlOAl-IE.

Witnesses:

JOHN EARL, 0. H. VOORHEES.

UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.

JOHX HOARE, OF GORNING, XEW' YORK.

DESIGN FOR BOUQUET-HOLDER OR VASE.

Specification forming part of Design No. 8,187, dated March '2, 1875; application tiled January 25, 15 75. [Term of Patent 35- years] To all whom it may concern:

Be it, known that 1, JOHN HOARE, of the town of Corning, in the county of Steuben and State of New York, have invented a Design for a Bonqnetllolder or Yase made of glass, of which the following is a specification:

The nature of my design is fully represented by reference to the accompanying photographic view, which represents a hoinpiet-holder or vase made of glass, and which is an exact counterpart of the original design.

This bonqnet-holder or vase is to be inanu factnrcd and made of glass blown in a wood or iron mold made specially for this purpose.

and in the ordinary way that other articles of glass are made or blown when inolds are used.

A represents the scallop, which is formed by cutting away the glass between each alternate scallop; L, the line lines, and U the peg.

The peg is made similar to the pegs in general use on other flower-vases or bouquetholders; and I make no claim for anything new as regards the above-named peg, which is an appendage to secure it in its mounting of silver or other metal.

The vase is afterward obscured and fiattened 0r squared on the top, and ornamented with ten square scallops on the outer edge or rini from which scallops ten line bright cuts or lines are cut converging toward the peg, which is made to lit a mounting either of wood or metal.

The edge of the scallop is also ornamented with tine cuts, the whole representing a seashell.

I am aware that there are other vases of various designs, but claim that. none have yet been inannt'aetnred ot' the shape shown and herein described.

I clailn- As a design, a bouquetholder or vase made 01' glass, in the form and shape as shown and described, and obscured and ornamented by cutting as herein specified.

JOHN HOARE.

Witnesses:

J ()HN EARL, O. H. VOORHEES.