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Mas/31, 1938. G. J. PEARCE GLOVE; » 2,119,177 I ‘ ‘ Filed. March 51 , 1937 ?ai. 5 I1 ' —/.f 1 w]? 16 f £63. I pram/Toe GmEéref J. PEQQCE' Patented May v3i, 1938 j * 2,119,177.v UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE 2,119,177 GLOVE Gilbert James Pearce, Westbury, England Application March 31, V1937, Serial No. 134,163 In Great Britain April 2, 1936 (01. 2-169) This invention relates to improvements in line between the portions forming the front and ' ' 1 Claim. gloves and is applicable to gloves made of leather, woven or felt fabric and other materials capable of being made‘ up into tranks. 7 Although glove tranks have generally been made in the form of sheets having a double-hand , outline without a thumb, (the thumb being formed of a. separate thumbpiece which ?ts a thumb opening in the trank) it is also known to employ tranks which have no thumb opening, but are shaped‘so that there is no side seam in the. ?nished glove, the main seam being located in the palm of the glove. In one form of glove, which employed separate fourchettes and piec ettes, the trank in effect‘was comprised of three panels, the centre one forming the back of the glove and containing the backs of the four ?ngers, one side panel containingr the fronts of the four ?ngers, the “little” ?nger front and back forming 2 O portions adjoining one another and a second side panel adjoining the other edge of the centre panel and shaped to form the thumb only. In another proposed construction, the glove was made without quirks or fourchettes from a N) , ow one piece trank, with the exception of one small piece which constituted the front and sides of the third ?nger. In this case, the trank was comprised in effect of _a’centre panel bounded by back portions of the index ?nger. In a preferred construction the trank is formed adjoining one side of the thumb-forming por tions thereof with a V-like tongue which enters a V-gap formed by a slit made on the other side of the thumb portion, a seam extending from one side of the tongue, to a piecette between the ?rst and second fingers, one end of a substantially diamond-shaped quirk meeting and being joined 10 to the base of the V-tongue at a point substan tially opposite the lower end of the seam which extends to the piecette aforesaid. The invention is illustrated by the accompany ing drawing which shows one embodiment by way 15 of example. In the drawing, Figure 1 is a plan or face view of the improved trank; Figure 2 shows the form of'quirk, fourchette and piecette employed, and 0 Figure 3 is a pictorial view of'the ?nished glove. The trank (Figure 1) consists of a central back panel A,- having four slit ?nger pieces, la, 2a, 3a and 4a, and two outer panels B and C, the former (B) provided with the complementary ?nger pieces lb, 2b, 3b, and the latter (C) with the complementary ?nger piece 40 and the comple mentary thumb pieces t1, t2. When the trank is folded along Fl, F2, for seaming the top of the side folds which contained the backs of the four seam commences at S, and extends down as the ?ngers, the fronts of the ?rst or index and “little” edges x1, x2. are brought together. The small ?ngers being formed on opposite sides of one fold v or triangular tongue portion 1/1, is joined to the line, one side panel containing the portionsv for gap formed by the opening out of slit g2, and the forming the ?rst ?nger front and the thumb, curved edges 21, 22, sewn together to complete the whilst the other side panel, containing‘the “little” seam Z (see Figure 3). The substantially dia-v 1.9 CA ?nger front, was shaped also to form the front mond shape quirk q for the base of the thumb and and sides of the second ?nger. Instead of the the form of the fourchettes F, for the sides of the usual piecettes this construction employed slit _ ?ngers and the piecettes p, for the interstices of trank tongues, which extended into'the forks or the ?ngers are shown in Figure 2. If desired; the trank may be cut so that an junctions between the ?ngers. 40 It has been realized, however, that to obtain opening is formed at the base of the seam in the palm of the glove which can be closed or drawn adequate freedom of movement the usual sepa rate piecettes, fourchettes, and quirk should be retained and the trank cut as simply as possible. The present invention accordingly provides a glove which is constructed of a one-piece trank' together after the glove has been put on by means - without a thumb hole and shaped to provide a glove without a side seam and of separate posite sidesof the trank to give extra width to iourchettes and piecettes for between the four ?ngers and a quirk for above the thumb, the portions of thetrank forming the front and back of a press-stud or other fastener. In a modi?ed form of trank two short comple mentary “ledge" portions may be formed on op 45 the glove. The “ledges” extend out from the bottom of the ?ngerpiece 40 (i. e. from the top of the length marked $2). The quirk q would need to be altered in shape slightly in view of the provision _of these ledges. The lower part of the of the ?rst or index ?nger being formed adjoin ing the portion which forms the thumb, so that seam edge zz may also be made as a straight the trank is folded on the thumb side thereof continuation of the median portion, instead of 55 55 along a line which is an extension of the fold voifset outwardly as illustrated. 2 2,119,177 I claim: A glove Iormed from a one piece trank laid out to form a central panel and integral side panels adapted to be folded thereover, said central panel provided with four slit ?nger pieces; one 01 said side panels having substantially straight and curved contiguous outer edge portions and also provided with three slit ?nger pieces, and the other side panel having a ?nger piece for the 10 index ?nger and complementary thumb pieces, the latter being bounded on the one side by a slit and partially bounded on the other side by a triangular tongue which merges into- a curved edge adapted to mate with the complemental curved edge 0! the other side panel, piecettes stitched at the bottom of the ?nger pieces Iourchettes stitched to the side of the ?nger pieces, a substantially diamond shaped quirk tor the base of the thumb pieces and a seam con necting the opposite side edges of the side panels and extending up from the mouth of the glove around the tongue and quirk to secure said quirk in place and thence upward to join the piecette 10 between the ?rst and second ?nger. GILBERT JAMES PEARCE.