Abstract: A bottle closure-cup assembly for use with a bottle having a rotatably removeable cap is provided. The assembly includes a cup having an inner cylindrical collar extending from the cup base and spaced apart from the cup wall. The collar includes a plurality of inwardly facing axial ribs and a plurality of transverse retaining lugs for engaging the cap. Support fins extend between the cup wall and the collar for strengthening the assembly. When the cup is positioned on the cap, the cup and cap may be rotatably displaced as a unit to remove the cap as the cap remains by pulling the cup away from the bottle, thereby allowing the cap to be removed from the bottle separately.
Abstract: A lightweight case for carrying bottles comprises a rack member having bottom and apertured side faces of a rigid but flexible plastic for engaging the bottom and side portion of each of a plurality of bottles. The case also includes a clip for gripping the top edges of the side faces and drawing the top portions of the side faces against the shoulders of the bottles, thereby holding the bottles securely within the case.
Abstract: A cup for use with a bottle to cover a threaded bottle cap having a roughened outer surface is formed with a plurality of inwardly projecting ribs which force-fit into engagement with the roughened surface of the bottle cap. At least two of the ribs are formed with a projecting seat for securing over the bottle cap. When the cup is seated in position on the bottle cap, the cup and bottle cap may be rotatably displaced as a unit to unscrew the bottle cap from the bottle. The cup can be separated from the bottle cap while the bottle cap remains on the bottle by pulling the cup away from the bottle cap, thereby allowing the bottle cap to be removed separately from the bottle.
Abstract: This disclosure relates to a carton which has a decorative appearance of a nature so as to form a satisfactory gift package without further wrapping and wherein the carton is provided with a removable identification sleeve. The sleeve is preferably formed of a transparent material and the connection thereof to an exposed surface of the carton is provided with a removable identification sleeve.