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dc}. 11, 1938.
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V. MAYNIER
STONE >SETTING_ DEVICE FOR JEWELRY OR OTHER APPLICATIONS
Filed Jan. 5, 1937
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STONE SETTING ‘DEVICE FORJEWELRY OR OTHER APPLICATIONS
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ciété en nom Collectii V. Maynier a G. Pincon,
Paris (Seine), France
Application January 5, 1937, Serial No. 119,115
In France June 24, 1936
v4: Claims.
(CI. 63-29)
This invention relates to a system of setting
In the case of a jewel constituted by 9. pl“
precious or imitation stones, appIIcableLin par- rality of contiguous stones (bar-broach for in
ticular, to jewelry for securing these stones in stance), any bending of the setting will be avoided
their settings without having recourse to claws by securing, between the lugs 1 of the bezels I,
5 or to setting means. This system of setting is metal rings H (made of wire of suitable cross. sec- 5
essentially characterized by the fact that the
bottom portion of the stone is held stationary in a
tion). Welded cross members l5 connect, more
over, these rings to the lower edge of the ~frustum
bezel, in the shape of a irustum-like cup, having'
- a concave generatrix, by means of screws which
like cups constituting the bezels.
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Figs. 4 and 5 illustrate a second embodiment
10 are secured in the setting, parallel to the directing axis of the cup and the heads of which take
a bearing on the bevel of the table of this stone.
For thus securing the stone, use must be made of
at least two screws symmetrically arranged about
15 the stone and the cup receivingythe latter.
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In the_ ammPan-Ying drawmgs and by way of
example"
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face. On the sides of each~of these bezels are
welded, at diametrically opposed points, small
Fig. l is a longitudinal section of a system of
. , setting stones for jewelry, according to the pres2° engqlgnvzerglgn'lan View
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according to which the stones 5 are hingedly l0
connected to each other. For each stone is
provided an individual bezel I which, with the
ring [4 secured to its lower part by means Of
the welded cross members 15, is so shaped as to
externally present a downwardly tapered sur- 15
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A horizontal slot I1 is‘ formed in the tubes, 20
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below the bezel. Before screwing the screws 9'
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in the tubes. l8,.the
eyelets IQ of a small bar or
mg‘ 415 a partial elevation of ‘another form of
carrying out the subJect-matter of the invention.
link l8 are inserted in the slots ll, so that the
screws 9 pass through the eyelets l9 and that
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?ginsditsaz'egtgloxeggfsgtggaglf 2335s‘ arm; the two adjacent bezels l are hingedly connected/25
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mt'matter °f the menu” is char‘
together. The stones 5 are secured in the bezels
I, in a manner similar to th t shown in Fi s 1
actgréized by the fact that the stones are secured. u’, 3 by the heads m of th: screws 9 takirglg' a
,n zels, in the shape of frustrum-llke cups, byv
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30 the action of Screws, which are engaged in lugs bearing on the bevel I 2 01 the table H of the 30
of these-bezels and take a bearing on the bevelled
portion of the table of these stones. These bezels
stones‘ Any mimber of stfqnes can be connected
as a’ single chm“ by the Jomt system which has
I are made in one piece and are obtained, for in-
just been described-
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stance’ by pressing; their inner conical surface
constructional modi?cations can be made in the
35 2 is generated by a, concave generatrix 3, so that means above set forth without departing thereby 35
the bottom portion 4 of thestone 5 bear's accord- from the scope of the present invention.
ing to two circular lines 6, on' the said surface.
what I claim 13:
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In the embodiment of FlgsL1 to 3, the bezels |
1. System of setting stones for jewelry or other
are provided with at least two lugs 'I in which are r applications. comprising bezels each having in
40 ,formed inner screw threads 8, the axes of the ' ternally :1 surface in the shape of a tapered cup 40
latter being parallel to the directing axis 'of the
frustrum-like or tapered surface internally
bounding each cup,
vIn the example shown in Figs. 1 to 3, the lugs
45 ‘I are three in number and are diametrically an.
ranged, and each lug is, moreover, common to
two contiguous bezels, The screws 9 have' 1,,
rounded head ill, a button-head for instance, and
the lower face H of which is tapered, this'al50 lowing them to take a‘bearing, according to one
generatrix only, on the bevel I2 01' the table 13
of the corresponding stone- 5. The latter cannot
thus be scratched by the contact 01 a claw or of
a beaded ledge and no metal part practically
[55 conceals the stone thus set.
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with concave generatrix, a stone inserted in each
bezel, screws secured on the sides of each bezel
and bearing .through their heads on the edge
oi the stone inserted in the bezel, and a connect
ing member arranged between each pair of ad- 45
jacent bezels and having its ends pivoted on the
screws secured on the sides of these bezels.
2. A means of Setting 51101165 for jewelry 01' other
applications comprising at least two ring-shaped
bezels forming a range, each bezel underlying 50
the edge of a stone and having internally a sur
face in the Shape Of a tapered 011p, 8- Stone in-v Y
serted in each'bezel and screws securedv in the
bezels, mbstantially in the middle plane of the
range or the bezels, and bearing through their 55
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heads on diametrically opposed points of the edge
‘of each stone. ,
3. A means of setting stones for jewelry, or other
applications comprising at least-two ring-shaped
bezels forming a range, each bezel underlying the
edge of a stone and having internally a surface
in the shape of a tapered cup with concave gen
eratrix, a stone inserted in each bezel and screws
secured in the bezels, substantially in the middle
plane of the range of the bezels, and bearing
through their heads on diametrically opposed
points of the edge 0! each stone.
4. A means of setting stones for jewelry or
other applications, comprising bezels each hav
ing internally a surface in the shape of a tapered
cup, a stone inserted in each bezel, screws secured
on the sides of each bezel and bearing through
their heads on the edge of the stone inserted in
the bezel, and a connecting member arranged be
tween each pair of adjacent bezels and having
its ends pivoted on the screws/‘secured on the
sides of these bezels.
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VICTOR MAYNIER. ‘
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