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Patented Feb. 14, 1950
Rose Schulter, Stevens Point, Wis.
Application October 15, 1947, Serial No. 779,876
1 Claim. (Cl. 132--82)
This invention relates to new and useful im
retaining the cover in its closed position are pres
provements and structural refinements in powder
ent, as will be clearly apparent.
compacts or vanity cases, as they are sometimes
A suitable mirror I6 is provided on the inner
surface of the cover I2, and the container II is
adapted to removably receive in the bottom there
of a conventional powder puff Il.
The essence of novelty in the invention resides
in the provision of a powder receptacle I8 in the
called, and the principal object of the invention
is to provide a device of the character herein de
scribed which includes in its construction a pow
der receptacle and a powder puff, matters being
so arranged that powder may be dispensed from
the receptacle onto the powder puff in proper
container I I, the receptacle I8 being conñgurated
quantites, when so desired.
10 substantially as shown and being mounted be
A further object ci' the invention is to provide
tween the powder puff` I1 and the mirror I6, as
a powder compact which, by separating the
powder receptacle from the powder puff, prevents
powder from gathering on a mirror with which
the compact is equipped, and which, in con
ventional compacts, is usually disposed imme
diately adjacent the powder-coated puiï.
Another object of the invention is to provide a
powder compact which is simple in construction,
will be clearly apparent from the accompanying
The receptacle I8 is provided with a removable
15 iiller block I9 which is preferably located in the
upper surface or wall 20 of the receptacle, while
the bottom 2| of the receptacle is formed with a
powder dispensing opening 22.
It will be observed that the opening 22 is dis
pleasing in appearance, and which may be easily 20 posed immediately above the puff Il, and means
and conveniently used.
are provided for opening and closing the opening
22, said means consisting of a valve plate 23 which
A still further object of the invention is to
provide a powder compact which will not readily
is pivoted to the bottom 2I of the receptacle I8,
become damaged and which is otherwise well
as indicated at 24.
The plate 23 projects somewhat beyond the
adapted for the purpose for which it is intended.
front wall 25 of the receptacle I8 and terminates
With the above more important objects in view,
and such other objects as may become apparent
in a finger piece or handle 26, so that when the
as this specification proceeds, the invention con
invention is placed in use powder (indicated at
21) may be dispensed from the receptacle I8
sists essentially of the arrangement and construc
through the opening 22 by simply swinging the
tion oi’ parts as illustrated in the accompanying
drawings, in which:
plate 23 from one side to the other, so as to open
and close the opening.
Figure 1 is a perspective view of the invention,
showing the same in an open position;
Needless to say, if the amount of powder which
is so dispensed during one oscillation of the plate
Figure 2 is a cross sectional view of the powder
compact in a closed position;
23 is insuii‘icient, the swinging or oscillatory actu
ation of the plate 23 may be repeated, as desired.
Figure 3 is a cross sectional view, taken sub
stantially in the plane of the line 3-3 in Figure 2;
By virtue of this arrangement, a proper amount
of powder will be deposited onto the puff I1, and
Figure 4 is a fragmentary underside plan view
at the same time it should be pointed out that the
of the powder receptacle and valve used in the
receptacle I8 will function as a barrier, so to
speak, separating the powder-coated puff from
Like characters of reference are employed to
the mirror I6, so that the possibility of the pow
designate like parts in the speciñcation and
der coating the mirror will be minimized, if not
throughout the several views.
completely eliminated.
Referring now to the accompanying drawings 45
It is believed that the advantages and use of the
in detail, the invention consists of a powder com«
invention will be clearly understood from the
pact designated generally by the reference char
foregoing disclosure, and accordingly, further de
scription thereof at this point is deemed un
acter I 0, the same embodying in its construction a
suitable container II provided with an openable
cover I2 which is hingedly secured to the con
Having described the invention, what is claimed
tainer as indicated at I3.
as new is:
In a powder compact, the combination of a
If desired, a suitable catch I4 and a iinger piece
substantially rectangular container having an
I5 may be provided on the container I I and cover
I2 respectively, so that opening and closing of
open front and an open top, a unitary cover for
the cover is facilitated and means for openably 55 said open front and top hinged to the upper edge
of the back wall of the container, a powder re
ceptacle secured to said back wall and disposed
in the container in spaced relation to the bottom
The fOllOWìng references are of record in the
of the latter, the front Wall of said receptacle
ñlß 0f this patenti
being spaced rearwardly from the front portion 5
0I' said cover, the bottom of said receptacle havU
ing a dispensing opening, a closure member for
said opening provided under the bottom of the
BeauCh'flmD ------ -- A118- 30» 1921
receptacle, and a ñnger piece Vprovided on said
Turnqulst -------- -- N0V~ 20, 1923
closure member vand-:extendingforwardly în'said m
container‘beyond the front wall of the receptacle,
whereby the closure member may be conveniently
actuated upon opening of said cover.
¿Demain _____l_____ _Jail .114. 1930
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