Title:
Leather with octagons pattern
United States Patent D785342
Inventors:
Ricci, Stefano (Florence, IT)
Application Number:
29/497691
Publication Date:
05/02/2017
Filing Date:
07/28/2014
Assignee:
STEFANO RICCI S.P.A. (Fiesole, IT)
Primary Class:
International Classes:
(IPC1-7): 0502
Field of Search:
D5/1-5, D5/7, D5/8, D5/11, D5/12, D5/13, D5/14, D5/17, D5/19, D5/20, D5/23, D5/25, D5/26, D5/28, D5/32, D5/35, D5/37, D5/39, D5/43, D5/45, D5/46, D5/47, D5/50-53, D5/55-59, D5/60-65, D5/99, D6/304, D6/578, D6/583-585, D6/587, D6/589, D6/596, D6/598, D6/602, D6/603, D6/608, D6/609, D6/613, D6/614, D6/616, D6/617, D6/621, D6/622, D19/1, D19/5, D25/138, D25/142, D25/149, D25/151, D25/152, D2/502, D2/505, D2/908, D2/951-953, D2/957, D2/958, D2/960
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US Patent References:
D702446Printed cooling materialApril, 2014BoyleD5/61
D667642Leather sheetSeptember, 2012JobertD5/60
D622946Slip resistant soleSeptember, 2010MoonD2/951
D612141Shoe anti-slip attachmentMarch, 2010MoonD2/962
D607214Continuous folded sheet with diamond and boxweave patternJanuary, 2010BrooksD5/59
D595870Floor tileJuly, 2009Moller, Jr.D25/163
D593220Interlocking grip for producing a soil stabilizing groundworkMay, 2009ReedD25/153
6605333Floor mat having bottom surface of concave sections and nubsAugust, 2003Ferreira15/216
D342599ZipperDecember, 1993LukeD2/902
Other References:
http://etc.usf.edu/clipart/41600/41620/oct—41620.htm Copyright 2014-2015 Found Sep. 16, 2015.
https://www.etsy.com/listing/230404223/hollywood-teal-alexander-henry-fabric?ref=market Listed Aug. 21, 2015 Found Sep. 19, 2015.
Primary Examiner:
Goodman, Eric
Assistant Examiner:
Wierenga, Amy
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
McGlew and Tuttle, P.C.
Claims:
CLAIM

1. The ornamental design for leather with octagons pattern, as shown and described.

Description:

The patent or application file contains at least one drawing executed in color. Copies of this patent or patent application publication with color drawing(s) will be provided by the Office upon request and payment of the necessary fee.

FIG. 1 is a front view of the leather with octagons pattern, showing my new design, wherein the dot-dash broken line indicates cutoff boundaries for enlarged detailed portion view that form no part of the claim; and,

FIG. 2 is an enlarged detail view taken from FIG. 1, wherein the dot-dash broken line indicates cutoff boundaries for the enlarged detailed portion view that form no part of the claim.