|Número de publicación||US1700924 A|
|Tipo de publicación||Concesión|
|Fecha de publicación||5 Feb 1929|
|Fecha de presentación||3 Ago 1927|
|Fecha de prioridad||3 Ago 1927|
|Número de publicación||US 1700924 A, US 1700924A, US-A-1700924, US1700924 A, US1700924A|
|Inventores||Cushman Ella M|
|Cesionario original||Cushman Ella M|
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|Enlaces externos: USPTO, Cesión de USPTO, Espacenet|
- E. M. CUSHMAN SEWING CABINET Filed Aug. ,3. 1927 i 2 Sheets-Sheet 2 I N VEN TOR.
Patented Feb. 5, 1929.
Uarri-:o:STATESl ELLA M. oUsirMAN, or' ITHACA',"NEW`Y0RK.
Application filed August 3, 1927. Serial No. 210,821.
This invention relates to sewing cabinets either of the portable or built-in type.
The general purpose of the invention is to provide an improved sewing cabinet with provision for all instrumentalities required for sewing, and so constructed as to be simple and compact and comparatively inexpensive to manufacture.
Particularly the invention has for its obvl0 ject the provision of a cabinet having two ver tical compartments closed by double doors on the front of the cabine-t, one ofthe compartments being designed to receive tall objects such as dress forms7 length gauges, a folding table top7 and for hanging partly finished dresses, etc., and the other compartment being provided with shelves for various devices and articles, the front edges of thev shelves being spaced from the front of the compartment to provide a space for a foldable ironing board, preferably hinged to the front edge of one shelf, and also space for a sectional foldable table carried in a rack on the inside of the door of the shelved compartment. The doors preferably are provided on the inside with various pockets and support-s for tools and supplies and on the outside with mirrors.
The foregoilig and other objects are obtained in the accompanying drawings and described below. It is to be understood that the invention is not limited to the particular form thereof shown and described.
Cf the accompanying drawings,
Figure 1 is a perspective front view illustrating the cabinet open and the ironing board in operative position;
Figure 2 is a section on line 2-2 of Figure 1;
Figure 3 is a plan of the knock-down and foldable sewing table; and
Figure 4 is a side elevation thereof.
Referring to the drawings, the numeral designates the cabinet which may be built in a wall or be aportable piece of furniture. The cabinet 10 is divided into two vertical compartments 11 and 12. Compartment 11 is closed preferably by a mirror door 11a and compartment 12 by a similar door 12a.
Compartment 11 is provided with a plurality of suitable shelves 13, 13 which may be removable if desired and with a shelf 14, preferably xed, and on the front edge of which is hinged an ironing board 15. Shelf 14 provides a suitable support for an iron. By reference to Figure 2, it will be noted that the front 'edges of the shelves are spaced from the front of the casingl to provide space for folding the ironing board 15 upwardly, a spring` clip 151l being arranged to releasably 60 engage the end of the ironing board to hold it up as shown in Figure 2. The ironing board 15 is provided with a leg 16 hinged thereto and braced in any suitable manner, here shown as by a brace 17 hinged onto the leg 16 and arranged to engage a stop 18 on the under surface of the board to support the board in operative position as shown in Figure 1. Drawers 19, 19 may be provided in the bottom of compartment 11, the shelf 19a on top 70 thereof being a suitable support for a sewing machine.
The inside of door 11a is provided with receptacles at 20 and 21 and with racks 22 and 23 to receive a sectional or linoclcdown fold- 7s able table supportino` structure 24 which may be releasably latched therein by a thumblatch 25.
The table is best illustrated in Figures 3 and l, it comprising a supporting structure 26 on which are hinged legs 27 which may be adjustable if desired, andr having braces 28 swiveled on the under surface thereof for engagement in notches 29 in the legs to hold them in operative position. The table top is shown at 30, it being foldable at 31 and l having cleats 32, 32 on its under surface engageable in grooves 33, 33 in the supporting structure 26. The table top 30 is of such diu mensions when folded as to lit in the front of 9o compartment 12 as illustrated in Figure 1.
Compartment 12 is preferably provided with a single top shelf 34 and a rod 36 for supporting clothes hangers. Door 12a has a number of pockets or receptacles at 37., 38, 39 un and 40 for various articles and also racks for tools or supplies at 41, 42 and43. Instead of employing mirrors upon the outsides of doors 11iL or 12, a mirror may be arranged upon the inside of door 12a instead of the receptacles loo and racks shown, as indicated by dotted lines at 12b in Figure 1.
It will be apparent from the foregoing that a highly advantageous sewing cabinet con to receive a dressmzrkes form, racks mounted on the inside of one of said doors, ineens on the inside of the other of seid doors to removably hold a, folding table, and a folding ironing board hingedly mounted to the edge of one of the shelves.
ELLA M. CUSHMAN.
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|Clasificación de EE.UU.||312/277, 312/237, 108/33, 108/28, 312/314, 312/291, D06/642|
|Clasificación internacional||D05B91/00, D05B91/14|