Comprising Animal Derived Product Patents (Class 5/949)

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Comprising feathers or down (Class 5/950)
  • Patent number: 7669265
    Abstract: Some embodiments of the present invention generally relate to pillow devices comprising a pair of opposing lobe cushions connected by a cross member comprising a neck supporting cushion. In some embodiments the cushions may define a region for receiving a back portion of a human head in a cradling relation. Furthermore, according to some embodiments the cradle region can optionally be adjustable by the user.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 25, 2008
    Date of Patent: March 2, 2010
    Inventor: Mary Jane Weise
  • Patent number: 6049928
    Abstract: A baby diaper changing station comprises a base and a support platform hingedly mounted at one side to the base and a rail structure on at least one side of the platform to increase the effective depth of the platform. A utility channel surrounds the platform for holding various diaper changing supplies and removable protective panels are positioned on bottom and side surfaces of the platform to reduce vandalism damage. A waste chute is formed in the base or support platform of the diaper changing station and cooperates with a waste receptacle proximate the station for receiving used diapers and other related waste. Accessory hooks on the platform are configured to receive and hold diaper changing supplies, such as a diaper bag. An alternative embodiment of the diaper changing station utilizes a platform having nested sections which telescope to increase the effective depth of the platform.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 27, 1998
    Date of Patent: April 18, 2000
    Inventor: John A. Helmsderfer
  • Patent number: 5855032
    Abstract: An improved quilt comprising a first, second and third layer of material or fill providing a quilt having superior insulating capabilities and, thus, providing superior warmth to the user. These layers are comprised of at least one layer of fur or simulated fur disposed directly adjacent to a fill layer. Further, the quilt generally, but not necessarily, has a repeating pattern on the third layer of material disposed directly adjacent to the other side of said fill layer. The invention may be used, for example, as bedwear or throw as well as a lap robe.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 3, 1997
    Date of Patent: January 5, 1999
    Inventor: Kimberley D. Field