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May 31, 1938. H. c. BOYD - ' 2,119,039 RING COMBINATION Filed July 2, 1956 By 10; ‘ 3/ ‘ivfformvg ‘2,119,039 Patented May 31,‘ 1935' . '_ ‘UNITED STATES \PATENT OFFICE 2 Claims. (0].. 63-15) 'I'his4invention relates to an ornamental de- . vice and particularly to a ring having in combi nation therewith a number of ornamental ar thereon; a . . ‘ Fig. 4 is a bottom view of an» ornamental ar ticles, each of which is constructed and arranged ticle ‘shown in Figs.‘ 1 and 2;v to be attached to said ring. r Fig. 5 is‘ a top plan view of another ornament Of recent years rings with novelty settings havebeen worn, which 10 Fig. 3 is a perspective view of a ring with a fastening means used; settings are often of rather large size. It is an object of this invention to provide a ring having an attaching means thereon and a shown in Fig. 5; plurality of ornamental devices, each having ment; - . _ " 5 Fig. 6 is a view in side elevation of the device i r ' . Fig. 7 is a top plan view of a different orna- _ a fastening means thereon cooperating with said Fig. 8 is a view in side elevation of the device 10 ' fasteningmeans so that said devices may alter shown in Fig. 7; _ nately be attached to and worn with said ring. Fig. 9 is a top plan view of a setting used; These ornamental devices or articles may take Fig.'10 is a view in side elevation as seen'from various forms and will be suited to the dress the side of Fig. 9; v v15 or costume of the wearer. _ Fig. 11 is a top plan view of still another orna It is a further object of the invention to pro ment used; and - 1 > vide a ring and a plurality of ornamental articles Fig. 12 is a view in side elevation of the device to be attached thereto, which articles may in shown in Fig. 11. - ' \ 20 clude an arti?cial ?ower, which ?ower may be Referring to~the drawing, a ring i5 as shown 20 of thetype to suit the dress or costume of the constituting a ?nger ring and while this ring wearer and be of a color to harmonize with said ~ might be of various types and forms, in the em dress or costume. It may be also desirable to bodiment of the invention illustrated it is shown have the ?ower of a. color to make a striking as a plain band rectangular in cross section with 25 contrast to the color of the costume. an engraved periphery. Said ring hassecured It is another object of the invention to pro thereto at its,top a fastening means I 6. While 25 vide an ornamental device comprising a ringwith said fastening means could be of any ‘desired a portion of a separable fastening means there form, in the embodiment of the invention illus-'_ on together with a plurality of ornamental ar trated it is shown as the male part of the well 30 ticles including a fabric bow which will be of a known type of ball and socket fastener. An .orna- 30 material especially selected to suit the costume mental device I‘! is provided illustrated as in the of the wearer and a rosette which will also be of form of a rosette made of fabric or thread. Said a material and color suitable to the wearer’s ‘ rosette has a stem l'la at its base to which is at costume, each of said articles having another tached a. fastening means l8 adapted to cooperate 35 portion of said separable fastening means there with fasteningmeans l6 and which is shown as the 35 on so that said articles can alternately be at female portion of the ordinary ball and socket tached to and worn with said ring. ' or snap fastener. Said fastener has a plurality It is still another object of the invention to: provide an ornamental device comprising a ring 40 having a fastening means thereon and a plu rality of ornamental articles including one or more novelty setting which will preferably be of different colors, each of said articles having a fastening means thereon complemental to said 45 fastening means so that said articles can sep-' arately be attached to and worn with said ring. of holes I80; cirumferentially spaced therein through which securing threads or stitches I 9 extend, securing it to stem Ila. It will be seen 40 that member H can readily be attached to and detached from the ring iii. In Fig. 5 an oranmental device 20 is shown in the form of an arti?cial ?ower, speci?cally a ' pansy. This will be made of suitable fabric or 45 other material and the sermon be'of various colors. Preferably member 20 will be of. a color to harmonize with the costume of the wearer or to make a striking contrast therewith. ' As is well known certain colors have desirable contrasting 50 These and other objects and advantages of the invention will be fully set forth in the following description made in connection with the accom 50 panying drawing, in which like reference char acters refer to similar parts throughout the sev ' effects. Member 20 will be provided with a stem eral views and in which:--- > 20a to which will be attached the fastening Fig. 1 is a perspective view of- one form of the means 2| adapted to cooperate with the fasten device; _ ing means i6 and which is similar to the fasteng Fig. 2 is a. top plan view of Fig. 1; 55 ing means i8 already described. 55 2 2,119,089 In Fig. 7 an ornamental article is shown in the form of a fabric bow 22. This bow will be of considerable size, preferably an inch and a half . or two inches in length and will be made of some rich fabric so as to be quite ornamental. It may, of course, be embellished with brilliants, metallic ornaments or Jewels as desired. Said bow at its rear or bottom portion will be equipped with a fastening means 23 adapted to cooperate 10 with the fastening means I‘ and which may be the same as fastening means ll already described In Figs. 9 and 10 an ornamental device is shown in the form of a novelty setting 24. While this setting may be made of any natural stone or 15 arti?cial hard substance, it is shown as having a dark portion 24a across which extends a bar 24b of very light color. The setting may, of course, be opaque or transparent. Said setting will have secured to its bottom a fastening 20 means II adapted to cooperate with fastening means I‘ and which may be the same as fasten ing means I! already described. . In Figs. 11 and 12 an ornamental article com prising an arti?cial ?ower 26 of more conven 25 tional form is shown, the same having symmetri cally arranged petals 28a. Said article is pro vided with a stem portion 28b to which cured a fastening means 21 adapted to erate with the fastening means It and 30 may also be of a construction similar to ber i8. is se coop which mem . with the described articles the wear the ring I! and have attached of the articles I1, 20, 22, 2| or 28. 35 cles, as stated, will be designed to wearer can thereto any These arti suit various costumes and can be worn with a very pleasing effect with said costumes. A very novel and artistic touch is given to the costume by the 40 wearer having one‘ of the articles carried on her ?nger. A wide range of variety is thus given for novelty effects. The flowers and rosettesv of glass, cellophane, and other arti?cial mate rial ' From the above description it is seen that ap plicant has provided a combination having a high degree of utility and one which \will add muchto many costumes, especially costumes of a ?ner type. The invention has been demon strated in actual practice and found to be very successful and to have a very‘pleasing effect. It will, of course, be understood that various changes may be made in the form, details, ar rangement and proportions of the parts, without departing from the scope of applicant's inven tion, which generally stated, consists in a device capable of carrying out the objects above set 15 forth in the parts and combinations of parts disclosed and defined in the appended claims. What is claimed is: 1. A ?nger ring having at one exterior side thereof a thin disk of comparatively small di 20 ameter disposed in a plane perpendicular to the plane of said ring, said disk having upstanding centrally therefrom a ball member forming one part of a separable fastener, a comparatively large ornament made of layers of colored fabric material and in the form of a ?ower, a thin and ?at disk of comparatively small diameter secured to the bottom of said device and carrying a socket with resilient walls adapted to fit over said ball member whereby said device may be 30 readily attached and detached from said ring and other similar ornaments attached to said ring so that different ornaments may be worn to suit the costume of the wearer. 2. A ?nger ring structure having in combi 35 nation, a ring having on its upper side a thin disk-like member disposed centrally thereof in a plane perpendicular to the plane of said ring, said member carrying centrally thereof one por tion of a ball and socket separable fastener, an 40 ornament having a transverse dimension many times the diameter of said member and having can, of course, be impregnated with suitable per attached to its underside a second thin disk-like fumes. The invention has great capability for \ member, said latter member carrying centrally thereof another portion of said separable fas 45 45 merchandising as the stores can carry a wide as sortment of settings and article .designs which tener adapted to cooperate with said ?rst men will harmonize with all holor combinations. An tioned portion so that said ornament may be unlimited scope for ingenuity of design is afforded readily attached to and detached from said first and a variety of ?owers, bows, ribbons, ties, mentioned member and ring and diiferent orna ments may thus be used with the ring. knots, feathers, leather and / fur articles can be provided as well as a wide variety of varticles HERBERT CHANDLER BOYD.