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Sept. 17, 1946.
E. W. NORTH ETAL
2,407,763
vFURNITURE HANDLE
Filed April 10, 1944
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2,407,763
Patented Sept. 17, 1946
UNITED STATES PATENT, OFFICE;
‘ 2,407,763
FURNITURE HANDLE
Edwin W. North and Roy A. Stone, Rockford, Ill.,
assignors to National Look 00., Rockford, 111.,
a corporation of Delaware
Application April 10, 1944, Serial No. 530,270
3‘Claims. (or. 165-125)
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_ This invention pertains to handles adapted for
use on furniture, such as door handles, drawer
pulls and. 'the'like. Handles constructed in ac
cordance with our invention may be made in
various sizes and designs in conformity with the
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Figs. 3 and 6, is not formed on the arc of a circle
but recedes rapidly from the ?anges 12 near the
ends of .the base, thereby providing a ?at portion
' 14‘ of substantial length at each end of the ‘body
to which the fastening screws or bolts I8 extend
use to which they are to be put. For illustra
tive purposes merely, we have here shown a
handle adapted for use upon a kitchen cabinet.
Among the purposes of our invention is the
ing through the door 8 may be threaded to mount
as satisfactorily serving its utilitarian purposes.
To facilitate an understanding of my inven
tion, I have shown on the accompanying draw
whereby the ?llet and body are interlocked to
hold the ?llet in place. While the ?llet may be
solid, it is illustrated in the drawing as being hol
and secure the body on the door. '
The ?llet 15, which is of generally arcuate
shape, is formed of suitable plastic material,
provision of a handle which will be strong and 10 preferably attractively colored, so that the ?llet
serves the dual purpose of providing bulk for the
durable, one which will be large enough so that
handle to be grasped and affording adornment
it may be readily grasped by the user, one which
for the metal body. The ?llet is formed along its
can be economically manufactured, readily as
inner margins to provide a pair of outwardly ex
sembled and easily attached to the cabinet or
tending ?anges I6 shaped and proportioned to
other article of furniture, and one which will pos
be received beneath the‘ ?anges 12 of the body
sess ornamental and decorative qualities as well
ing a preferred embodiment thereof, referring to 20 low, thereby minimizing the amount of material
required. Instead of being colored, the ?llet may‘
which,
be made of clear transparent or translucent plas
Fig. 1 is a fragmentary perspective view of a
tic, in which event the back may be painted to
cabinet door with our novel handle mounted
conceal the underlying fastening means. The
Fig. 2 is an elevation of the handle shown in 25 ?llet shown in Fig. 7 is of slightly different con
tour and design than is shown in Figs. 1 to 5, in
Fig. 1;
clusive.
Fig. 3 is a longitudinal sectional view on the
thereon;
line 3—-3 of Fig. 2;
Fig. 4 is a rear view of the handle taken on
the line 4-4 of Fig. 3;
Fig. 5 is a transverse sectional view on the line
5—-5 of Fig. 3;
Fig. 6 is a side elevation of the metal body; and
Fig. 7 is a similar view of a slightly different
design of ornamental plastic ?llet.
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On the drawing a door upon which our im
It will be observed that the inner face and ribs
or ?anges 16 of the ?llet are formed on an are
having the same radius as the flanges l2 of the
body, so that, when the body and ?llet are placed
end to end with the ?anges 16 of the ?llet en
gaged beneath the ends of the ?anges l2 of the
body, relative longitudinal movement of the body
and ?llet will cause the same to assume their
assembled position illustrated in Figs. 1 and 3 in
which they are ?rmly interlocked together. The
proved handle is illustrated as being mounted is
ends ll of the ?llet engage the outer face of the
indicated by reference character 8 and the han
door 8 beyond the ends l4 of the body, and when
dle by reference character 9.
The handle comprises two structurally sepa 40 the body is anchored to the‘ door by the screws IS
the ?llet is thereby locked against longitudinal
rate portions, to wit, the body I l and the ?llet 15.
movement on the body and accordingly becomes a
The body, which is preferably formed of sheet
?xed part of the handle.
metal of suitably heavy gauge, is generally chan
It will be apparent from the foregoing that we
nel-shape in cross-section and is bowed outward
ly between its ends to permit the ?ngers of the 45 have provided a handle of substantial construc
tion and pleasing appearance, comprising a metal
user to be inserted between the outwardly spaced
body adapted to be attached to a door or the like
portion of the handle and the door 8 so that the
and an ornamental plastic ?llet adapted to be
handle may be grasped to exert an outward pull
assembled with and connected to the body by
on the door.
The outer edges of the channel walls are turned 50 simple longitudinal movement of one With re
spect to the other which establishes an interlock
inwardly to form the opposed ?anges 12 for a
purpose which will be later described, said ?anges
extending from end to end of the body upon the
arc of a circle.
The base or bottom wall 13 of
ing engagement between cooperating ?anges
formed on the body and the ?llet, respectively.
Both the body and the ?llet may be shaped to suit
the channel, while curved, as will be evident from 55 the taste of the designer or user, it only being
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necessary that the curved interior of the body
and ?llet, respectively, be formed on arcs of equal
radii so that they may be locked together by rela
tive longitudinal movement. Considerable varia
tion of the structure illustrated may be resorted
to within the scope of the appended claims.
We claim:
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1. A handle, comprising a channel-shaped out
wardly bowed metal body having ?at co-planar
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interlocked to mount the ?llet on the body, the
channel of the body being of increased depth to
ward the ends of the body to provide a space be
tween the ?llet and the base of the channel at
the ends thereof for the accommodation of fas
tening means whereby the handle is mounted.
3. A furniture handle, comprising a body mem
ber having a convex outer face and a ?llet mem
ber having a concave inner face, said members
end walls for the reception of fastening means 10 being provided on said faces respectively with op
and in-turned opposed ?anges extending along
.posed arcuate ?anges formed on arcs of sub
the outer margins of the channel ‘walls, and an
stantially equal radii and adapted to be inter
outwardly bowed ?llet having an inner face con
engag'ed to lock the members together by relative
forming to the curvature of the outer face of the
longitudinal movement of said members, the ends
body and laterally projecting ?anges adapted for 15' of: the body and ?llet members being disposed in
sliding inter-engagement with said ?anges of
the body to secure said?llet and body together.
2. A handle, comprising a channel-shaped
metal body provided with ?anges extending lon
a common plane when themembers are assem
bled and adapted to engage a ?at face of a piece
'of furniture upon which the handle is mounted
whereby relative longitudinal movement between
gitudinally of the body and formed on the arc 20 the members is prevented, one of said members
of:- a circle, a ?llet of plastic material provided
having co-planar end walls for the reception of
adjacent its inner face with arcuate ?anges
fastening means whereby said handle is mounted.
formed on an arc of the same radius as the body
EDWIN W. NORTH.
?anges, the ?anges‘ of the body and ?llet being
ROY A. STONE.‘
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