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Premkumar L Kothari: Technique for setting precious stones such as diamonds. Fine Jewellery, Thomas I Rozsa, December 9, 2008: US07461452 (40 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a novel technique for setting a multiplicity of precious stones such as diamonds into a unique setting to enhance the beauty and presentation of the multiplicity of set stones, with the technique including setting a center stone held by small prongs, an outer series of stone ...


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Linda Bevolo: Multi-purpose pin for supporting jewelry or clothing accessories. Michael F Heim, October 20, 1992: US05156023 (28 worldwide citation)

A multi-purpose pin which supports jewelry and clothing accessories to the clothing, hat or hair of a wearer. The multi-purpose pin comprises a hoop with fastening means for attaching to the clothing of a wearer. A bar divides the interior portion of the hoop into a plurality of areas, through which ...


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Suzanne B Middendorff, Randal L Vap: Interchangeable jewelry assembly. Suzanne B Middendorff, Dinsmore & Shohl, July 13, 1999: US05921110 (18 worldwide citation)

An interchangeable jewelry assembly is provided which includes at least one jewelry element having a first side and a second side that is adapted for attaching to other jewelry elements or to jewelry support devices. A post is pivotally mounted on the second side such that it has at least two predet ...


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Marilyn Miller: Flower attachment mechanism for clothing. November 4, 1997: US05682648 (16 worldwide citation)

An improved mechanism for holding ornaments such as flowers onto clothing. The mechanism uses a cradle to secure the flowers or other ornamentation onto the clothing. In the preferred embodiment, the cradle/holder partially encircles the flower stems and has prongs which are inserted into the stems. ...


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Bonnie S Stephens: Necklace clasp. December 6, 1994: US05369854 (12 worldwide citation)

A necklace clasp designed to permit the wearing of multiple necklaces or neck chains without them becoming entangled and having the overall appearance of a butterfly which comprises a two-part holding device with the edge of one part abutting the corresponding edge of the other part; each part havin ...


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Pamela B Innis: Flower holder jewelry article. Baker Maxham & Jester, December 15, 1987: US04712389 (9 worldwide citation)

An item of jewelry combined with a fresh cut flower retained in water. A hollow cylinder of jewelry material such as silver or gold is adapted to be secured to a wearer by means of a chain or pin. A water holding vial having a resilient stopper on one end is frictionally retained within the cylinder ...


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Barbara Archetti, Varin Assamongkorn: Detachable jewelry ornamentation. Kurt Gutmann Jewelry, Sperry Zoda & Kane, March 4, 1997: US05606874 (8 worldwide citation)

A jewelry ornamentation device that is selectively securable with respect to a basically conventional substrate jewelry such as a necklace, bracelet, ankle bracelet or the like. The detachable jewelry device includes a base plate and a clamping arm pivotally secured to one another and a clasping dev ...


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Tim Clegg: LED illuminated pendant. Clement Cheng, February 21, 2006: US07001056 (7 worldwide citation)

An LED illuminated pendant comprises a necklace formed of strands having a pair of electrical wires of positive and negative polarity. A barrel housing, a printed circuit board and a pendant lit by an LED element are mounted on the pendant. The strand joins to the barrel housing, and the barrel hous ...


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Jose I Villarreal, Linda F Villarreal: Image unlocking jewelry device. Janice Leverett, April 6, 2004: US06715911 (7 worldwide citation)

An image locking jewelry device designed to hide a customized image from view until the wearer reveals the image. The image unlocking jewelry device collectively including a lens mated to a casing and housing a liquid crystal display; circuitry placed inside the casing and capable of sending signals ...


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Gina M R Arbogast: Shoulder clutch. Thomas Zack, Joseph H McGlynn, Patent & Trademark Services, November 30, 1999: US05992176 (7 worldwide citation)

A jewelry item having a top member pivotally joined by a hinge to a lower base member used to retain a handbag's shoulder strap in place to the clothing of a user. The top and base members are curved lengthwise to resemble the natural curvature of a user's shoulder. A latch on the top can engage a m ...