Abstract: A rocking, reclining, foldable chair is disclosed. The invention comprises a curved rocker or rockers having a limiting extension; a leg or legs pivotally attached to said rocker; a seat pivotally attached to said leg or legs; a releasable support pivotally attached to any two of the aforesaid parts to prevent said chair from folding unexpectedly; a back pivotally attached to said seat or leg or legs; a pair of arms movably connected to said back; and a leg rest pivotally attached to said seat and said arms, said leg rest being movable between a rocking and a reclining position; and moving means for moving said leg rest, said back and said seat between said rocking and said reclining position.
Abstract: A stagelessly folding deck chair comprising a back frame, a seat frame pivotally connected with the back frame, a leg frame pivotally connected with the seat frame, two adjusting armrests each having an adjusting rod, and a support frame, wherein the adjusting rod is pivotally connected with both the leg frame and back frame so that when folding the chair, by means of controlling the adjusting rod, the back frame and leg frame are simultaneously moved to quicken the folding operation.
Abstract: This invention is a reclining chair which includes a seat portion with a back portion and a leg portion pivotably connected thereto. An arm rest pivotably interconnects the back portion with a leg portion with suspension points being provided at both the back and leg portions. The rotation relationship between leg and back portions at their respective pivots to the seat portion is approximately two to one.
Abstract: The invention relates to a support for child having an articulated framework, a bottom supported by this framework and a body element forming at least partial connection between the bottom and the framework. The framework has parallel longitudinal elements and hoop elements articulated on the longitudinal elements and forms a deformable parallelogram. One of the hoop elements, located at the foot end of the framework, is provided with an element which is fast therewith to constitute foot rest, while the body element comprises a rigid bottom made of two parts articulated transversely to each other. The bottom part closer to the foot rest is free with respect to the body element and supported by a crosspiece coupled to the framework in the form of a stirrup; the other bottom part is rendered fastened to the body element.