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M. GOLOD ET AL,
2,112,087
COMBINATION CABINET HAVING A FIREPLACE AND DINETTE SET THEREIN
Filed oct. 9, 1935
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Filed Oct. 9, 1955
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INVENTOR5
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Patented Mar. 22, 1938
.2,112,087
AUNITED STATES PATENT ori-‘lcs
COMBINATION CABINET HAVING A FIRE
PLACE AND DINETTE SET THEREIN
Murray Golod and David Kantrowitz, New York, I
N. Y.; said Golod assignor to Bernard D. Co
len, New York County, N. Y.
Appucation october 9, 1935, serial No. 44,152
s claims. (Cl. 155-124)
This invention relates to new and useful im
Fig. 10 is a sectional view taken on the line
provements in a combination cabinet having a
Ill-»I0 of Fig. 9.
ñreplace and dinette set therein.
The modern trend towards conserving space
5 is well exemplified by `this decorative fireplace
which may also serve as a dinette when desired.
An object of the invention is the provision of a
hollow fireplace having a fire bed in the center of
the bottom thereof and panels at the sides and
l C at the top of the fireplace behind which the parts‘
of the dinette are normally housed and may be
extended as needed.
Still further vthe invention contemplates an
arrangement wherein the ñreplace has _a top
center panel which may be opened to expose a
table extendible and adapted to be used in con
junction with benches extendible from the side
panels.
Still further the invention proposes a novel ar
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The combination dinette and fireplace, accord
ingl to this invention, comprises a hollow iire
place I0 having a fire bed II in the center and 5
at the bottom thereof, a top central panel I2
above said fire bed and side panels I3 at the
sides- thereof. An extendible table i4 is mounted
in the space behind the top central panel I2. Ex
tendible benches I3' are mounted in the space 10V
behind said side panels I3.
The benches I 3' consist of said panel portions
I3, the same 'side panels before referred to, and
supporting legs I5 and I6.. 'I‘he legs l5 are
mounted at the outer ends and about the mid- 15
die ‘of the panels 'I3 and are normally held at
right angles thereto by supporting arms Il, such
as is usually used to hold similar parts. The
legs I6 are equipped with support elements I8
rangement for constructing the extendible table
of sections, and a provision for automatically
such as rollers, which engage tracks I9 from the 2o
latching these sections against accidental folding.
panels. These tracks (see Fig. 4) extend in a
curve from the bottoms to the tops of the com
Another object of the invention is the construc
tion of a device as mentioned which is simple and
durable and which may be manufactured and
sold at a reasonable cost.
sides of compartments arranged behind said side
partments.
'I'he compartments are formed by transverse 25
partitions 2| and 22 dividing the interior of the
For further comprehension of the invention, fireplace. The tracks I9 are mounted respec
`and of the objects and advantages thereof, ref-4 tively upon the sides of these partitions and the
eren'ce will be had to the following description inner face of the side walls of* the fireplace.
and accompanying drawings, and to the appended
The panel I2 is supported by several hinges 30
430
claims i'n which the various novel features of
the invention are more particularly set forth.> _
In the accompany drawings forming a mate
rial part of this disclosurer-
`
Fig. 1 is a front elevational view of a combina
tion dinette and ñreplace constructed according
to this invention.
Fig. 2 is a perspective view of Fig. l'but illus
trating the dinette in operative position.
Fig. 3 is a sectional view taken on the line 3_3
40
of Fig. 1 with aschematic showing of the table
extended. ‘.
` Fig. 4 is a sectional view taken on the line 4-4
of Fig. 1 with a -schematic view showing one of
the benches extended.
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Fig. v5 .is a fragmentary horizontal sectional
view taken on the line 5_5 of Fig. 1.
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Fig. 6 is a fragmentary sectional view taken on
the line 6-6 of Fig. 2.
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Fig. '7 is a sectional view taken on the line 1-#1
of Fig. 1..
Fig. 8 is a sectional view taken on the line 8-8
of Fig. 6.
Fig.„9 is an enlarged detail View 0i' a portion 0fv
55 Fig. 6.
23 at its bottom edge so as to be pivotable to an
opened position as clearly shown in Fig. 2. When
opened, it is possible to extend the table. The
table consists oi' a rear tabletop section Il'
hingedly connected 'with a front table top sec- 35
tion Mb. A supporting leg 25 is hingedly mount
ed to the outer end of the table topv and is held
at right angles thereto by pivoted arms 26. The
details of these arms will not be given as they
are generally known in the furniture art.' Within
the side compartments there are shelves 21 which
may be used to store objects.
An 'automatic means is provided for latching
the sections Il* and Mb of the table top into ex
tended positions automatically when the table
is opened. This means consists oi' a bolt 30
iixedly mounted on a stem 3| which is slidably
mounted through a washer-30’ which is iixediy
mounted in the section u». The bolt so is sudably mounted >in the section‘ll‘, and in extended
position is adapted to engage in a keeper opening
3l in the edge of the front table section Il”. A
- coaxial spring 32 is mounted on the stem 3| vand
acts between the bolt 30 and the washer'ßll' to
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urge Íthe bolt 30 forward to* engage in the
keeper 34.
A pin 35 projects from the stem 3| and engages
a slot 36 in the rack 33. The rear end of the
rack 33 meshes with a pinion 31 rotatively sup
ported on the table top section I4". This pinion
is much wider than the width of the rack so as
to have an extending portion. This extending
portion meshes with a rack 38 mounted in the
section, I 4B at right angles to the rack 33. The
rack 38 is urged laterally by a spring 39 coax
ially Vthereon acting against a‘collar 40 on the
rack and a portion of the table top I4“,
The pin 35 engages the slot 36 to allow the
bolt 30 to be‘withdrawn from the keeper 34 by
the rearward movement of the rack 33.
A support element or roller 4I is mounted upon
the extended end of the rack 38. This roller 4I
engages in a vertical track element 42 mounted
20 upon the partition 2|. The other side of the
table section I4a is provided with a supporting
element or roller 4I’ engaging in a vertical track
42’ mounted upon the partition 22. These tracks
42 and 42’ extend downwards behind the fire
25 bed Il, as clearly shown in Fig. 3 and also hori
zontally at ¿I2b for holding the table when in
open position. The arrangement is such that
the table top may be moved into the compart
ment behind the fire bed. One of tracks 42 has
30 an enlarged portion 42a (see Fig. 8) at its top
end so that the spring 33 may move the rack
38 when the table top is in the extended posi
tion.
The operation of the device is as follows:
Fig. 2 shows the extended position of the
35
dinette. In this position the fireplace may be
used as a dinette.
When it is desired to fold
the dinette, it is merely necessary to lift up the
inner ends of the bench seats I3’ to a position
40 in which the bench seats are vertical and dis
posed into the open sides of the side walls of
the fireplace and form the panels I3. Fig. 4
shows the bench seats in the closed position, the
seat portions thereof then constituting the side
45 panels I3. The side arms I3 straddle the shelf
21 as clearly shown in Fig. 5.
Friction is depended upon to maintain the
side panels in their positions. The dot and dash
lines in Fig. 4 indicate the extended positions of
50 the benches.
The table may be collapsed by first pulling it
out on the horizontal tracks and then lifting the
outer end slightly so that the inner end may
move slightly down along the tracks 42 and 42’.
55 This causes the roller 4I ‘to be moved inwards
against the action of the spring 38. Thus, the
rack 38 moves inwards and turns the pinion 31
which retracts the bolt 33. The front table top
section may now be moved about its hinges over
60 the rear section I4“, The dot and dash lines in
Fig. 3 clearly show the folded position. The leg
25 may be folded fiat against the underside of
the section I4b, which when moved on -the sec
tion I4a is on the top side. The table may then
65 be moved into the compartment of the ?replace
to a position shown by the full lines in Fig. 3.
It is held in position by an adjustable hook 4II
swivelly mounted upon the back wall oi the fire
70
place.
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When the table is extended from the closed
position, shown in Fig. 3, to the open position,
the bolt 30 will be extended to engage the keeper
34 automatically, the bolt being released from
75 its retracted position. It will be Withdrawn from
this latter position when the roller 4I engages
the narrow portion of the track 42.
It is to be understood that the shape, design
and proportions of the fireplace and the dinette
may be changed as desired. Also that any num
ber and type of supporting legs may be used for
benches I3’. Instead of using one bolt 30, two
or more may be provided.
While we have illustrated and described the
preferred embodiment of our invention, it is to
be understood that we do not limit ourselves to
the precise construction herein disclosed and the
right is reserved to all changes and modifications
coming within the scope of the invention as de
fined in the appended claims.
Having thus described our invention, what we
claim as new, and desire to secure by United
States Letters Patent is:
1. In a combination cabinet having a ñreplace
and dinette set therein, comprising a compart 20
mented body having an opening for a ñre bed
in the center at the bottom thereof, a top cen
tral movable panel above said opening, and side
movable panels at the sides of said opening, an
extendible table mounted in the compartment 25
behind said top central panel and said opening
and said side panels being extendible to form
benches, said extendible table being constructed
of sections, consisting of an inner section hing
edly connected with an outer section, the outer 30
section having a hingedly mounted foot adapted
to be held at right angles thereto, the inner sec
tion having supporting elements engaging tracks
mounted within said cabinet, and means for
holding said sections of the'table from closing
when the said table is in the open position, com
prising a boit slidabiy mounted on the inner sec
tion and engageable with a keeper on the outer
section, a rack slidabiy mounted in the inner
section and connected with said bolt and engag 40
ing a pinion mounted on said inner section, a
transverse spring pressed sliding rack on the
inner section engaging said pinion and provided
with a support at one side of the rear table top
section and engaging a track in said cabinet, 45
another support on the other side of the rear
table top section engaging another supporting
track in said cabinet, and a portion of the first
mentioned track being enlarged at one portion
at which the support member engages to permit 60
said bolt to engage said keeper when the table
ton is extended.
2. In a combination cabinet having a fireplace
and dinette set therein, comprising a compart
mented body having an opening for a fire bed in 55
the center at the bottom thereof, a top central
movable panel above said opening, and side mov
able panels at the sides of said opening, an ex
tendible table mounted in the compartment be
hind said top central panel and said opening and 60
said side panels being extendible to form benches
mounted in the space behind said side panels, said
extendible table being constructed of sections,
consisting of an inner section hingedly connected
with an outer section, the outer section having a 65
hingedly mounted foot adapted to be held at
right angles thereto, the inner section having
supporting elements engaging tracks mounted
within said cabinet, and means for holding said
sections of the table from closing when the said 70
table is in the open position, comprising a bolt
slidabiy mounted on the inner section and en
gageable with a keeper on the outer section, a rack
slidabiy mounted in the inner section and con
nected with said boit and engaging a pinion 75
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mounted on said -inner section, a transverse spring
pressed sliding rack on the inner sect-ion engaging
supporting element on the other side of the inner
said pinion and provided with a support at one
side of the rear table top section and engaging a
track in said cabinet, another support on the
other side of the rear table top section engaging
track, and a portion of the first mentioned track
being enlarged at one portion at which the sup
porting element engages when the table top is
another supporting track in said cabinet, and a
portion of the first mentioned track being en
larged at one portion at which the support mem
ber engages to permit said bolt to engage said
keeper when the table top is extended, said en
table top section engaging another supporting
extended. '
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5. In combination, a cabinet table'and benches,
a simulated ñreplace in the bottom at the center
of the cabinet, a movably mounted top central
panel above said fireplace, and side compartments 10
at the -sides of said iireplace, an extendible table
3. In a combination cabinet having a ñreplace ' mounted in the space behind said top central
panel and extendible benches mounted in saidand dinette Vset therein, comprising a compart
mented body having an opening for a fire bed in side compartments said lextendible table being
the center at the bottom thereof, a top central constructed of sections, consisting of an inner 15
section hingedly connected with an outer section,
movable panel above said opening, and side mov
the outer section having a hingedly mounted foot
able panels at the sides of said opening, an extend
larged-portion being horizontal.
ible table mounted in the compartment behind
20 said top central panel and said opening and said
side panels being extendible to form benches, said
extendible table being constructed of sections,
consisting of an inner section hingedly connected
with an outer section, the outer section having a
25 hingedly mounted foot adapted to be held at
right angles thereto, the inner section having
supporting elements engaging tracks mounted
within said cabinet, and means for holding said
sections of the table from closing when the said
30 table is in the open position, comprising a bolt
slidably mounted on the inner section and en
~ gageable with a keeper on the outer section, a
rack slidably mounted in the inner section and
connected with said bolt and engaging a pinion
t@ C!! mounted on said inner section, a transverse
spring-pressed sliding rackv on the inner section
engaging said pinion and provided with a sup
port at one side of the rear table top section and
engaging a track in said cabinet, another sup
40 port on the other side of the rear table top section
engaging anothersupporting track in said cabi
, net, and a portion of the first mentioned track be
ing enlarged at one portion at which the support
member engages to permit said bolt to engage
45 said keeper when the table top is extended, and
a corresponding horizontal track being provided
to permit the sliding of the inner end of table
to the interior of the ilrepiace.
4. In combination, a cabinet table and benches,
a simulated fireplace in the bottom at the center
of the cabinet, a movably mounted top central
panel above said> fire place, and side compart
ments at the sides oi’ said nre place, and extendible
table mounted in the space behind said top cen
55 trai panel and extendible benches mounted in
Said side compartments, said extendible table
being constructed of sections, consisting of an
inner section hingedly connected with an outer
section, the outer section having a hingedly
mounted Ioot‘adapted to be held at right angles
thereto, the inner section having supporting ele
ments engaging tracks mounted within the cabi
net behind said ñre place. and means for holding
said sections of the table from closing, compris
tion, a longitudinally slidable 'rack on the inner
section connected with said bolt and engaging a
pinion mounted on said inner section, a spring
70 pressed rack laterally slidable on the inner sec
tion and engaging said pinion and provided with
a supporting element at one side of the inner
A table top section and ensuing a track, another
adapted to be held at right angles thereto, the
inner section having supporting elements en
gaging tracks mounted Within the cabinet behind 20
said iireplace, and means for holding said sections
of the table from closing, comprising a bolt slid- t
ably mounted on the inner section and engage- K
able with a keeper on the outer section, a longi
tudinally slidable rack on the inner section con 25
nected with said bolt and engaging a pinion
mounted on said inner section, a spring-pressed
rack laterally slidable on the inner section and
engaging said pinion and provided with a sup
porting element at one side of the inner table top 30
section and engaging a track, another supporting
element on the other side of `the inner `table top
section engaging another supporting track, and
a portion of the ñrst mentioned track being en
larged at one portion at which the supporting 35
element engages when the table top is extended,
said enlarged portion being horizontal.
6. In combination, a cabinet table and benches,
a simulated iireplace in the bottom at the center
of the cabinet, a movably mounted top central 40
panel above said fireplace, and side compart
ments at the sides of said ñreplace, an extendible
table mounted in the space behind said top cen
tral panel and’extendible benches mounted in said
side compartments said extendible table being 45
constructed of sections, consisting of an inner
section hingedly connected with an outer section,
the outer section having a hingedly, mounted foot
adapted lto be held at right angles thereto, the
inner section having supporting elements en
gaging tracks mounted within the cabinet be
hind said fireplace, and means for holding said
Sections of the table from closing, comprising a
bolt slidably mounted on the inner section and
engageable with a keeper on the outer section, a 55
longitudinally slidable rack on the inner section
connected with said bolt and engaging a pinion
mounted on said inner section, a spring-pressed
rack laterally slidable on the inner section and
engaging said pinion and provided with a sup
porting element at one side of the inner table top 60
section and engaging a track, another supporting
element on the other side of the inner table top
section engaging another supporting track, and a
portion of the nrst mentioned track being en
larged at one portion at which the supporting
element engages when the table top is extended,
and a corresponding horizontal track being pro
vided to permit the sliding of the inner end of
table to the interior oi' the ilreplace.
70.
MURRAY` GoLoD.
DAVID KAN'moWrrz.,
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