Light fixture
United States Patent D628330

Sabernig, Robert (Munster, AT)
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EGLO Leuchten GmbH (Innsbruck, AT)
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International Classes:
(IPC1-7): 2605
Field of Search:
D26/61-66, D26/80-86, D26/88-91, D26/118, D26/128, D26/137, 362/147, 362/404-408, 362/431, 362/432, 362/269, 362/427, 362/648
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US Patent References:
D589197Light fixtureMarch, 2009SabernigD26/83
7334921Flexible lighting systemFebruary, 2008Simnor362/427
D557439Pendent lampDecember, 2007HsuD26/83
20060077672Gooseneck lighting apparatus with decorative woven sleeveApril, 2006Schaak362/418
6592241Articulated arm lightJuly, 2003Kovacik et al.362/419
5833358Extruded track lighting systemNovember, 1998Patik362/391
D377693Ceiling lampJanuary, 1997LecluzeD26/63
D149124N/AMarch, 1948HewittD26/63
D067635N/AJune, 1925WaltonD26/83
D047608N/AJuly, 1915OwenD26/83
D036593N/AOctober, 1903WillardD26/83

Other References:
Spot Light shown in top left corner of p. 24; and “Sol” spot light shown on pp. 6 and 7. Both from the Buckingham 2008-2009 Architectural Lighting Catalog. (3 pages).
“Flash” wall sconce #E22025-18 shown on p. 195 of the ET2 Lighting 2007 Catalog. ( 2 pages).
“Leding” lighting track with three spotlights. Item 16 on p. 311 of the Ikea 2008 Catalog. ( 1 page).
Primary Examiner:
Heflin, Clare E.
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Baker & McKenzie LLP

1. The ornamental design for a light fixture, as shown and described.


FIG. 1 is a perspective view of a light fixture in accordance with my design;

FIG. 2 is a side elevation view of the light fixture in accordance with my design showing the lamps in an alternate position; and,

FIG. 3 is a bottom plan view of the light fixture in accordance with my design showing the lamps in an alternate position.