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Nov. 5, 1946.
E. |_. FURBISH
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STOOL
SEAT
Filed July 25, 1945
2,419,727
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ZAEGJZ'Z
- Patented Nov. 5, 1946
UNETED STATES PATENT OFFECE
2,410,727
STOOL SEAT
Edward L. Furbish, Chicago, Ill.
Application July 23, 1945, Serial No. 606,640
2 Claims.
(01. 155-178)
2
1
slightly concave upper surface 23 to render it
This invention relates to stool seats and has
for its purpose the provision of a seat which may
readily be spun or drawn from sheet metal or
similar sheet materials.
An object of the invention is to provide a stool
seat which is made of two telescoping stampings
which may be assembled and disassembled so that
the seat portion of the stool may be replaced or
re?nished from time to time.
A further object of the invention is to provide
more comfortable in use.
,
In Figure 3 is shown a modi?ed form of the in
vention in which the upper seat member H8 is
made so as to furnish a base for a top I23 which
may be composed of sponge rubber, plastic or
synthetic composition or any other suitable ma
terial, secured to the base member H8 by suit
able adhesives or in any other conventional man
10 ner. In this modi?ed form the seat member I23
a stool seat with telescoping members and a third
is readily replaceable, if substitution because of
securing member which will prevent the spread
ing or collapsing of the telescoped members under
wear is desired or in the event that a different
seat member is desired to change the ornamen
tal or decorative effect.
excessive loads.
‘
The above and other objects and advantages of
The seat member is assembled merely by plac
the invention will be more readily apparent from .
ing the upper member l8 over the lower member
H after the ring 22 has been placed about the
side wall 2| of the upper member. The three
parts can then be pressed together, and the as
the following description when read in connec
tion with the accompanying drawing, in which—
Figure 1 is an elevation of a stool seat of this
invention;
Figure 2 is a fragmentary section of the stool
seat shown in Figure 1 taken on the line 2—2 of
20 sembly thus completed.
To disassemble the device, ‘the ?ange 20 can
be pried above the ring 22 and the upper mem
, her I!) then lifted clear of the stool. This per
mits the ready substitution of worn members or
Figure 3 is a modi?ed form of the stool seat in
which the upper member of the seat is construct 25 members that have been dilferently decorated to
Figure l; and
ed in two parts.
Referring to the drawing, in Figure 1 is shown
employ the seat to its full ornamental possibil
ities.
While two embodiments of the invention have
been shown and. described in detail herein, it Will
cured to the lower member I! by means of the 30 be understood that these are illustrative only and
are not intended as a de?nition of the scope of
?ange I2 and the bolts I3.
the invention, reference being had for this pur
The lower member II is pressed, drawn or
pose to the appended claims.
spun from a sheet of metal or suitable plastic
What I claim is:
material into the form indicated by Figure 1
1. A stool seat comprising a lower member in
and the fragmentary sections in Figures 2 and 3, 35
substantially the form of a ?at cylinder and an
which is generally cylindrical and shallow. The
upper member in substantially the form of a flat
bottom plate M is rolled to form the side wall
cylinder, each of said cylinders having a periph
£5 with a peripheral ?ange it running about
eral ?ange near one end thereof, one of said cyl
the body. Above the ?ange the side wall I1 is
brought in beyond the limits of the lower por 40 inders having one end thereof open, the other of
said cylinders having a portion thereof su?i
tion l5 of the side wall so as to telescope within ‘
ciently smaller in diameter to be telescoped with
the seat member H8. The seat member I8 is
in said open end, and a band to encircle the por
formed substantially like the bottom member I!
tions of said cylinders between the ?anges.
with the side wall l9, annular ?ange Z0 and the
lower side wall 21, which is sufficiently larger in 45 2. A stool seat comprising a lower member in
substantially the form of a ?at cylinder and an
diameter, to closely embrace the upper side Wall
upper member in substantially the form of a ?at
ll of the lower member I I.
cylinder, each of said cylinders having a periph
In order to prevent the spreading of the upper
eral ?ange near one end thereof, one of said
member when the parts are telescoped and under
load, an annular retainer ring 22 is slipped over 50 cylinders having one end thereof open, the other
of said cylinders having a portion thereof su?i
the joint of the two side wall members 21 and
ciently smaller in diameter to be telescoped with
II. This will not only furnish the strength nec
in said open end, and a band encircling the tele
essary to prevent spreading of the parts but will
scoped portions of the cylinders and supporting
also conceal the joint of the two seat members
55 the upper ?ange upon the lower ?ange.
and ornament the ?nished seat.
EDWARD L. FURBISI-I.
The seat member 18 is formed suitably with a
a stool seat of this invention mounted upon the
conventional pillar or support it] which is se
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