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Ju?y 3Q, 19%,
B. KALISHER
2,404,846
HANDBAG MATERIAL
Filed Feb. 21, 1945
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Patented July 30, 1946
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HANDBAG MATERIAL
. Benjamin Kalisher, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., assignor
to Wood-Flex Fashions Inc., Poughkeepsie,
N. Y., a corporation of New York
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Application February 21, 1945, Serial No. 579,038
4 Claims.
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(01. 41-34)
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This invention relates to a lady’s handbag.
which show one of the many attractive bag designs
The prime object of my invention centers about
that may be produced‘by- employing the construc
the provision of a lady’s-handbag embodying a
tional principles of the invention, the handbag
construction which lends itself to the production
of the present invention comprises or is made
of handbag designs that are highly attractive 5 up of an inner receptacle bag generally’designated
and decorative.
as B and an outer decorative bag casing gener~
The handbag of the present invention comprises
ally designated as C.
in its essence a bag having an interlaced-block
The inner receptacle bag B may be of- any
decorative casing. This interlaced-block decora
conventional structure‘ This bag B, forming the
tive casing embodies such principles of construc 10 bag or receptacle body proper may be made ‘up of
tion that the following design and structural
a suitable textile fabric such as satin, silk or rayon
(which may, if desired, be stiffened by suitable -
characteristics are obtainable: (a) the bag cas
ings present distinctive and ornamental block
and mosaic multi-tone designs, (7)) with any given
sheet reinforcing material). to provide the side
walls such as 26, 20 and end walls-22, 22. The
block design different tonal and‘ ornamental 15 top opening of this inner bag body B may be pro
effects may be produced, and thereby an increased
vided with any suitable closure means such as the
variety of decorative e?ects are made possible
slide fastener 24 which may extend over the full
with the utilized principles of construction, and
length of the open bag top as best shown in
,(c) the bag structure possesses a desired balance
Fig. 3 of the drawing. The bag B thus formed
between ?rmness and ?exibility.
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20 is inserted in the decorative bag casing C and the
The present application embodies an improve
two are marginally united at their top edges.
ment in the lady’s handbag disclosed in my co
The decorative bag casing C may-take many
pending application Serial No. 481,066, ?led
con?gurational forms, and in the embodiment
March 30, 1943.
shown is made up in the form of an open-top
To the accomplishment of these objects and 25 receptacle, the receptacle being formed to provide
such other objects as may hereinafter appear,
the front and rear walls 26 and 23, the side walls
my invention pertains to the provision of the
35 and 32 and the bottom wall..34, all of'which
novel handbag as sought to be de?ned in the
Walls are made upof the interlaced-block struc-,
appended claims and described in the following
ture and design of the present invention. This
speci?cation taken together with the annexed 30 interlaced-block structure,‘ depicted in detail in
drawing, in which:
‘Figs. 5 to 9‘ of the drawing, comprises ‘a plurality
Fig. 1 is a front view of an exempli?ed con
of hollow blocks b, 12 arranged in closely abutting
structional form of the bag showing one of the
relation and built up in longitudinal and lati
designs that may be created by employing the
tudinal series, the said blocks being interlaced
constructional principles thereof;
Fig. 2 is a side elevational view of the bag
of Fig. 1;
Fig. 3 is a top plan view thereof;
Fig. 4 is a bottom'plan view thereof;
Fig. 5 is a perspective view on an enlarged
scale of a portion thereof showing the assembled
parts and explanatory of the manner of assem
bling the same;
Fig. 6 is a front view of a fragmentary part of
the block design assembly of the invention;
Fig. 7 is a view of Fig’. 6 taken in cross‘
section in the plane of line 1-‘! of Fig. 6;
Fig. 8 is a perspective view of the block piece
used in the bag casing shown in the other ?gures,
and
Fig. 9 is a perspective view of the plaque which
is combined with the block of Fig. 8 in the making
of the bag of the remaining ?gures.
Referring now more in detail to the drawing,
CO (A
by the crossed longitudinally disposed and trans
versely disposed lacing tapes t and t’ respec
tively. The blocks 1), b are combined or built
with plaques p, p, assembled within and housed
by the blocks, and the plaques p, p are also
‘interlaced by the crossed lacing tapes t and t’.
The blocks b, beach comprises, more speci?cal
ly, a hollow element, best shown in Figs. '1 and 8
of the drawing, which may, for example, be
molded from a suitable plastic, formed to pro
vide a top wall 36 and bounding ?ange side walls
‘38, 38. Each of the hollow blocks Yisformedin
its top wall with an opening or window 49 which
may be given any desired ornamental shape or
con?guration, as .best shown 'in Fig‘. 8‘ of, the
drawing. While a number of such windows may
be formed in each block. top wall to producethe
desired e?ects, a single central and enlarged open
ing or window is depicted in the exempli?ed con’.
struction. Each block is further provided in its
and having reference ?rst to Figs. 1 to 4 thereof 55 top wall with through apertures 42, 42 spaced
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inwardly from the side walls 38, 38 of the block;
l to 4 of the drawing. What is visible to the eye
are the crossed series of blocks b, 1?, apparently
and in the structural form exempli?ed, each block
is provided with two pairs of oppositely disposed
apertures 42, 42 of this character.
joined together at their abutting edges by tape‘
pieces 50, 50, the blocks being apparently em
The plaques p, p consist of flat elements, pref
erably made of sheet stock, so designed and con—
bossed on the plaques or the inset plaques ap
pearing as an intaglio e?ect in the blocks. The
?surated as to be capable of being fitted in the
hollows of the blocks b. b and when so ?tted
tapes and plaques being made of materials and
in colors contrasting with those of the blocks
the plaques are exposed to view through the
block windows 40. The shape and thickness of
the plaques are such that they may be nested
produce highly attractive results, heightened by
tic material, preferably contrasting in tone with
wall of the casing C possesses great‘?exibility
that of the blocks b, b and may also be made of
when the blocks are moved in one direction about
the con?gurated design imparted to the block
windows. The result is a highly ornamental bag
design. and a construction which lends itself by
within the blocks, the marginal edges 44;, 44 of
simple changes (the shape of the window, the
the plaques engaging with a loose ?t the inner
ornamental character of the plaque, the differ
faces of the ?ange side walls 38, ‘3.8. of the blocks.
The plaques p, p are also preferably formed withv ' " ent materials and colors used) to the making of
a large variety of designs.
openings 46, 46 which register with the apertures
' structurally, a‘ bag casing is produced which has
42, 42 of the blocks so that the tapes-t and t’
the desired balance between ?rmness or rigidity
when interlaced may be threaded through the
and ?exibility or yieldability. It will be observed _
registering block apertures and plaque openings.
These plaques p, p may also be made of a plas 20 best by reference to Figs. 6 and 7 that each side
the overlying tape sections 50, 50 as a pivot, and
limited ?exibility when the parts are moved in
in which event the blocks b, b and the plaques
p, p offer attractive contrasts in both material 25 the opposite direction about these sections as the
pivot. The bag casing composed'as it is of two
and color.
other materials such‘ as an ornamental leather,
In the completed casing C the longitudinal
(horizontal) and latitudinal (vertical) series of
blocks b, b are arranged with their side walls
38, 38 m abutting relation, the plaques p, p are >'
nested and housed within the hollows of the
blocks, and the blocks and the plaques are se
cured in these relations by the longitudinal (hori
side walls having the opposing characteristics
one relative to the other, there results a bag cas
ing body which possesses the desired balance be
tween bag rigidity and bag ?exibility.
The handbag of the present invention, the
manner of making the same and the advantages
thereof will, in the main be fully apparent from
the above detailed description thereof. By means
zontal) lacing tapes 2?, t and the crossed lateral
(vertical) lacing tapes 1?’, t", as is best depicted ~ of the involved structural principles, distinctive
in Figs. 6 and 7 of the drawing. The lacing tapes
and ornamental block and mosaic multi-tone do;
signs are produceable. The butt relation of the
blocks, the conspicuousness of the overlying tape
harmonizing in material and tone with the
tie sections at the abutting walls of the blocks,
plaques p, p. The tapes t and t‘ thread in zig
zag fashion through the vblocks b, b and their = I the color and material contrasts of the parts,
the con?guration of the ornamental windows in
assembled plaques p, p in such manner that these
the blocks, the relative depth or elevation of the
tapes overlie the top walls 36, 36, of the blocks be
blocks and the plaques are all factors in pro
tween adjacent apertures 42, 4.2 of adjacent blocks
ducing the rather startling and pleasing decora
and underlie the said top walls of the ‘blocks and
t, it’ may be made of a material such as leather,
the said plaques In 1) between opposed apertures
0f the blocks. This is best seen in Figs. 5 to '7
of the drawing where the overlying parts of these
tapes are. separately designated as elements 50,
50, .and the underlying parts of these tapes are
separately designated as elements 52, 52. The
tapes t, t’ serve to secure the blocks together,
‘holding the samev in assembled abutting relation
and, iunction to secure and hold the plaques in
assembled position as well.
The complete bag maybe assembled and ?n- -
tive bag design and the variety of designs pos
sible. The bag may be quickly assembled from
its component parts and the resulting bag pos
sesses the desired structural characteristics de
scribed.
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While I have shown my invention. in a preferred
form, it. will be understood that many changes
may be made in the structure and desig'n'with
out departing from the spirit of the invention
de?ned in the following claims.
I claim:
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1. A decorative material for a handbag com
ished in the following way: .each horizontal series
prising an interlaced-block decorative assembly,
of blocks 1), b with their nested plaques may be
said decorative assembly comprising hollow blocks
separately assembled by means of an interlacing
each having a top wall and ?ange side walls,
tape t, the open ends of the tape being tied to
gether inside of the assembly. The horizontal 60 said blocks being arranged in longitudinal and
latitudinal series with their side walls in abut-_
groups formed, each arranged in rectangular for.‘
ting relation, windows in the top walls of said
mation as shown in Fig. 3, are then united to
blocks, plaques in the hollows of said blocks and
gather and also to the bottom block series 34 by
exposed through said windows, the said blocks
means of the Vertical‘ tapes t’, t’, the upper ends
being provided in their top walls with through
of these tapesibeing secured to the, top edges 54
apertures. spaced inwardly from their side walls,
ot the walls 20 and 22 of the receptacle bag B
said apertures being in opposed pairs in each. of
linsertedin the bag casing C) as by being thread~
the blocks, and interlacing securing said blocks
ed through apertures 55. (see Fig. 5) formed
together and holding the same in said abutting
therein,, it will be observed that. the blocks are
united together the assembling operation, and 70 relation and functioning to secure the plaques in
position, the interlacing comprising crossed lac
the plaques are secured in position in the blocks
ing tapes which thread in zigzag fashion through
merely by the interlaced crossed tapes t, 1?.
the apertures in the blocks, overlie the top walls
With this recited structure, the decorative cas
of the blocks between adjacent apertures of adja
ing C embodies the construction and produces
the ornamental appearance best shown in Figs. 75 cent blocks and underlie the said top walls of
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the blocks and said plaques between opposed ap
ertures of the blocks.
2. A decorative material for a handbag com
prising an interlacing-block decorative assembly
therefor, said decorative assembly comprising
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spaced inwardly from their side walls, said aper
tures being in opposed pairs in each of the blocks,
the said plaques being provided with openings
registering with said apertures, and interlacing
securing said blocks together and holding the
same in said abutting relation and functioning to
secure the plaques in position, the interlacing
side walls, said blocks being arranged in longi
comprising crossed lacing tapes which thread in
tudinal and latitudinal series with their side walls
zigzag fashion through the apertures in the blocks
in abutting relation, central decorative windows
and the openings in the plaques, overlie the top
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in the top walls of said blocks, decorative plaques
walls of the blocks between adjacent apertures of
in the hollows of said blocks and exposed through
adjacent blocks and underlie the said top walls
said windows, the said blocks being provided in
of the blocks and said plaques between opposed
their top walls with through apertures spaced in
apertures of the blocks.
wardly from their side walls, said apertures being
4. A decorative material for a handbag com
in opposed pairs in each of the blocks, the said 15 prising an interlaced-block decorative assembly,
hollow blocks each having a top wall and ?ange
plaques being provided with openings registering
said decorative assembly comprising hollow blocks
with said apertures, and interlacing securing said
each having a top wall and flange side walls, said
blocks together and holding the same in said
blocks being arranged in longitudinal and latitu
abutting relation and functioning to secure the
series with their side Walls in abutting rela
plaques in position, the interlacing comprising 20 dinal
tion, decorative windows in the top walls of said‘
crossed lacing tapes which thread in zigzag fash~
blocks, decorative plaques ?lling the hollows 01"
ion through the apertures in the blocks and the
said blocks and exposed through said windows, a
opening in the plaques, overlie the top walls of
the said blocks being provided in their top walls
the blocks between adjacent apertures of adja
with through apertures spaced inwardly from
cent blocks and underlie the said top walls of the 25 their side walls, said apertures being in opposed
blocks and said plaques between opposed aper
pairs in each'of the blocks, and interlacing secur
tures of the blocks.
ing said blocks and plaques together and holding‘
3. A decorative material for a handbag com
the blocks in said abutting relation, the inter
prising an interlaced-block decorative assembly
lacing comprising crossed lacing tapes which
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therefor, said decorative assembly comprising
thread in zigzag fashion through the apertures
hollow blocks each having a top wall and ?ange
in the blocks, overlie the top Walls of the blocks
side walls, said blocks being arranged in longi
between adjacent apertures of adjacent blocks
tudinal and latitudinal series with their side walls
and underlie the said top walls of the blocks and
in abutting relation, central decorative windows
‘said
plaques between opposed apertures of the
in the top walls of said blocks, decorative plaques 3 blocks.
?lling the hollows of said blocks and exposed
BENJAMIN KALISHER.
through said windows, the said blocks being pro
vided in their top walls with through apertures
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