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‘ Jan. 11, 1932s.~ ‘
‘R, ‘E, RICHTER
2,105,227
FINGER RING AND METHOD FOR MAKING THE SAME
Filed Oqt. a, 1956
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FINGER RING AND’ METHOD Foit MAKING
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THE SAME
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This invention relates to novelty jewelry, and
method for making the same, and more particu
larly, to afmethod of forming ?nger rings from
of a suitable transparent. plastic cement, two
semi-circular ?at plastic sheets I2 which are
preferably of a color contrasting with that of
an inexpensive plastic material which can be
the member ll.
simply and cheaply produced.
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curing to the semi-circular sheets [2 a ‘pair of ,
other ornamental element of varying thickness;
arcuate plastic elements I3 of substantially more
thickness than the sheets l2. When building
including monograms with a ring member formed
up the ring, I prefer to- thoroughly dry the plas
of a suitable plastic material.
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One of the objectsof myv inventionis to pro
vide a ring which incorporates an emblem, or
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Richard E. Richter, Montgomery, Minn.
Application October 8, 1936, .Serial No. 104,617
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tic cement, or other suitable binder, at the end 10
Another object is to provide a ring having an
of each step of the construction.
ornamental element embedded in a transparent
plastic of substantial thickness, giving the orna
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is then ?attened, as at ,I4, and a rectangular,
ment an appearance of depth otherwise not ob
tained.
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.T'he built-up portion of the body of the ring
or other suitably shaped piece'of plastic mate'- '
rial l5, preferably the same thickness as the
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Another object of my invention is toprovicle a 7 sheets I2, is secured to the ?attened portion i4,
plastic ring of variegated colors of any desired and a relatively thicker‘ piece I6 of a contrast
combination.
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Fig. 7 is a sectional elevation of the ornamen
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Fig. 8 shows the position of the ornamental ele
ment'on the body of the ring;
Fig. 9 is a top plan of the completed ring
showing the differently colored plastic elements
making up the body of the ring and the orna
mental element beneath the superposed trans
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of a monogram, a fraternal emblem, or other
.ornamental'device, and may beformed of metal
or other materials. Over this‘ ornamental ele
ment is superimposed a'transparent material 5
which is preferably a plastic similar to the body
of the ring. I prefer to superimpose a block I8
of this transparent material over the ornamen
tal element I‘! by heating the block and press
ing it over the top of the ornamental element 30
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contrasting color secured on the rectangular piece
described in Fig. 5;
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The ornamental element I‘! may be inthe form
in half circles and secured on the outer sides
Fig. 6 shows a similar rectangular piece of a
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including the base of the ring. '
of the semi-circular elements shown in Fig. 2;
Fig. 4 shows the built-up body of the ring with‘
the thickened portion ?attened on its outer's'ide;
Fig. 5 shows a rectangular flat piece of plastic
material cemented to the ?attened portion of the
body of the ring;
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ing color ‘is mounted over the ‘element I5. The
above steps complete the formation of the body,
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These and other objects and advantagesof the
invention will be more fully set forth in_the.fol
lowing description made in connection with the
accompanying drawing, in whichlike reference
charactersrefer to similar parts throughout the
severalvviews, and in which:
Fig. 1 is a ring-shaped element which forms
the body of the ring;
'Fig. 2 shows the ring body with a semi-cir
cular plastic element secured to it on either side;
Fig. Sshows additional plastic elements formed
in such a way that the latter is embedded in
the block with a substantially ?at bottom sur
face. The parts I‘! and I8 can then be secured
to the base of the ring at 16 with a suitable
cement.
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The elements making up the ring having been
assembled, I'then grind it down or otherwise
shape it in such a way that the body of the
ring is rounded and ?ared in an attractive shape
and the superimposed block "3 is also rounded 40
to conform with the curve of thebody of the
ring. The entire ring is then polished in a suit
able manner to present the ?nal form illustrated
in Figs. 9 through 11.
I have described above the preferred method 5
for carrying out my invention, but it is possible
to produce a satisfactory ring by cutting out
the under ‘face of the transparent block l8 in
parent plastic material;
such a way that the ornamental element I‘! may
Fig. 10 is a side elevation of the completed . be ?tted into it without heating the block. The
ring; and
Fig. 11 is an end view of the same.
In forming my ring, I ?rst produce a ring
shaped piece of plastic material H, such as cel~
55 lulcid, and secure ‘to the sides thereof by means
element I‘! may be secured to the block bya
suitable transparent cement, or other adhesive,
. but~this is not necessary since the block l8 can
be secured to the base [6, and thereby retain
the ornamental element in position.
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From the foregoing description, it is apparent
that an attractive ring in suitable contrasting
colors can be simply and inexpensively produced,
either for sale to organizations with an identify
Ul ing ornamental element, or ornamentation at
tractive to more general trade can be incorporated
Without any change in the method of manufac
ture. The article is light and durable and can be
made in a variety of shapes and sizes at little or
no additional expense. Furthermore, the sub
stantially thick block of plastic material in which
the ornament is embedded, prevents chipping, a
fault of jewelry which has a thin veneer on its
upper side.
This smooth unbroken surface also
prevents the ornamental element from catching
the clothing where an irregular shape is used.
It will, of course, be apparent that various
changes may be made in the form, details, propor
tions and arrangement of the parts without de
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What is claimed is:
1. The method of making ?nger rings and the
like which includes partially shaping a plurality
of plastic elements, joining said elements with a
transparent adhesive to form the body of the
ring, ?attening a portion of said body to provide
an ornament receiving head, securing a base block
to said flattened head, securing an ornamental
element to said head with a block of transparent
plastic material of substantially greater thickness
than said ornament, and shaping the outer sur
face of said ring body and said block of trans
parent plastic material, the shaping of said block
being done in a manner which will produce the
optical effect of enlarging said ornament and
giving it a third dimensional appearance. '
2. The method of making finger rings and the
like which includes partially shaping a plurality
of plastic elements, inserting between said plastic
40 elements relatively thin layers of plastic material
of a color contrasting with that of said elements,
and in planes transverse of the axis of the ring,
joining said elements with a transparent adhe—
sive to form the body of the ring, ?attening a
portion of said body to provide an ornament re—
ceiving head, securing a base block to said ?at
tened head, securing an ornamental element to
said head with a block of transparent plastic
material of substantially greater thickness than GI
said ornament, and shaping the outer surface of
said ring body and said block of transparent
plastic material, the shaping of said block being
done in a manner which will produce the optical
effect of enlarging said ornament and giving it a
third dimensional appearance.
3. The method of making ?nger rings and the
like which includes partially shaping a plurality
of plastic elements, joining said elements with a
transparent adhesive to form the body of the ring,
?attening a portion of said body to provide an
ornament receiving head, securing a base block
to said ?attened head, securing an irregular
ornamental object to said head with a block of
transparent plastic material of substantially 20
greater thickness than said ornament, and shap
ing the outer surface of said ring body and said
block of transparent plastic material, the shaping
of said block being done in a manner which will
produce the optical effect of enlarging said orna
ment and giving it a third dimensional appear
ance.
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4. A ?nger ring and the like comprising a cen
trally positioned, substantially circular ring ele
ment, laterally positioned substantially semi-cir 30
cular elements secured to the sides of said ring
with a transparent adhesive, said semi-circular
elements being of a shape and size substantially
equivalent to transversely cut halves of said ring,
said built up body being provided with a ?attened
head portion, an ornamental device on said ?at
tened head, and a relatively thick transparent
plastic block secured to said head portion over
said ornamental device, said ornamental device
being of irregular shape and thickness and being 40
embedded in said transparent plastic block, and
said block being adhesively secured to said head.
RICHARD E. RICHTER.
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